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The 18th Annual Sand Creek Massacre Spiritual Healing Run/...
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American Indian History

Dakota Wind
9/29/13
Killdeer Mountain as a natural land feature is hardly worth commenting on in a land where the horizon is more sky than earth...
Christina Rose
9/28/13
A passion for rock art combined with a love of justice have been the driving forces in Lawrence Baca’s life for decades...
Duane Champagne
9/27/13
Many traditional American Indian governments have significant organizational similarities with contemporary parliamentary governments around the world...
Tanya H. Lee
9/24/13
Energy developers continue their assault on the 1864 Taĥċa Wakutėpi (Killdeer Mountain) battlefield, where Union Brig...
ICTMN Staff
9/23/13
The Reno-Sparks Indian Colony in Reno, Nevada, will celebrate and honor its ancestors during its 10th National Indian Week, which starts today...
ICTMN Staff
9/23/13
A 7-year-old boy and his grandfather spotted a piece of wood while scuba diving in Owens Lake in Florida, reported Bay News Channel 9 ...
Richard Walker
9/23/13
This was James “Smitty” Hillaire’s debut as a stage actor, and yet he emoted anger, frustration and pain like a pro. “We don’t like to call it acting,” Hillaire said...
Jack McNeel
9/21/13
This Date in Native History: On September 21, 1904 Chief Joseph passed away on the Colville Reservation in Washington, never having gained permission to return to his homeland in t...
Christina Rose
9/21/13
This Date in Native History: As the dubious founders of Indian policy, Connecticut claims the first massacre of Native people, the first forced removals, and the first reservations...
By Corydon Ireland
9/20/13
For nearly 300 years, Harvard student Benjamin Larnell (c. 1694–1714) was simply a footnote to scholars of Native American history...

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