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In Lew of an Indian, Harriet Tubman
Hard Times in the Land of Plenty
Remember Those Buried at Hiawatha
Authority Restored to Yakama Nation
May the 4th Be With You - Native Style
5 Indigenous Women Who Get History Right
Fort McMurray Wildfires: 80K Evacuated
Teach for America Wants Natives for STEM
Navajo Girl Mourned; Police Make Arrest
Larry Mitchell Strikes the Right Chords
Johns: 'Please Free Leonard Peltier’
NMAI Gala to Honor Six Standouts
Libs or GOP: Still Colonialism to Me
Video: McCain Wants EPA Criminal Probe
Washington Team Files Special Petition
Native, Woman-Owned Firm Wins Award
Purification Gathering in Arizona May 5
11-Year-Old Navajo Girl Found Dead
‘Paying to Pray’ in Northern California?
‘Off the Reservation’ — Teachable Moment
Thing About Skins
Andrew Johnson: Racist Determined to ‘Relocate’ Indians
Editor’s note: Voters this year will elect the 45th...
Morgan Freeman Asks Navajo About God
An unusual guest attended 12-year-old Maysun Peterson’s...
Harriet Tubman to Replace Indian Killer and Slave Dealer Andrew Jackson on $20 Bill
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew announced on April 20 that...
Native History: The Indian Wars’ Only Foreign Correspondent
His name was William Simpson, a journalist from Great...
Abraham Lincoln: Enigmatic President, and Full of Contradictions
Editor's Note: Headline has been changed to reflect the...
Feds Don’t Approve Caltrans Treatment of Cultural Sites During Willits Bypass Construction
In what tribal representatives say is a promising sign for...
American Indian History
First Elder-in-Residence Serves as Native American Link to the Past
Cal Poly Pomona
As a child, Lorene Sisquoc remembers spending summers with her grandmother and her great-aunts as they passed down stories about the feats of tribal leaders and ancient customs and...
The Christmas Bombings: Thankful for Being Alive
Dr. Dean Chavers
I got out of the Air Force in 1968 after flying in Viet Nam. Thank God for the B-52, the greatest airplane ever made. It saved our lives more than once...
Remembering the Dakota 38: A List of Those Executed in 1862
It has been 153 years since the largest mass execution ever seen in the United States took place on December 26, 1862...
Epoch Lacrosse Opens Doors for "Minnesota Lacrosse: A History” Book Signing
Lacrosse equipment manufacturer Epoch Lacrosse recently hosted a book signing in Roseville, Minnesota for “Minnesota Lacrosse: A History,” written by J...
Buds on the Tree of Life: Mohegan Students in Crow Country
The vision of the Mohegan Tribe references thirteen generations guiding its youth—the “buds on the tree of life”—in discovery and learning...
Diné Waleha Johns Crashes a Sacred Artifacts Auction in Paris, in Regalia
It has become a heartbreakingly familiar scenario: dozens of sacred Native American items on the auction block...
National Park Services Grave Robber: Man Pleads Guilty to Stealing Remains
Mary Annette Pember
Thomas Munson, 76, of Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin will plead guilty to embezzlement and theft charges in connection with an accusation that he stole several ancient Native American...
New Agers and Pan-Indians: What Is the Difference?
What is the difference between a New Ager and a Pan-Indian? This issue may become increasingly important for the future of Indian affairs in the U.S., and perhaps other places...
The Indian Arts and Crafts Board: The Seeganna Family
Ninety-five miles west of Nome, Alaska, in the Bering Sea is King Island, home to a group of Inupiat known as Ugiuvangmiut or King Islanders...
11 Recommended Books: Retired Teachers Donate Hundreds of Books to Red Lake Nation College
On December 2, 2015, Leo and Ruth Soukup donated more than 700 books to Red Lake Nation College. The donation will help the college toward its goal of accreditation...
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