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The Presidio’s Christina L. Wallace has been named a…
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The Cherokee Nation is celebrating the purchase and…
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The election of Ulysses S. Grant in1868 brought about what…
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Ceramic pots from the Pueblos of Ohkay Owingeh, Nambe,…
As the Cleveland Indians battle it out in the 2016 World…
The ancient village of Po’ipū, Kōloa on the Hawaiian island…
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Researching the Past

ICTMN Staff
11/16/16
A monument of 14 stones was dedicated in Prophetstown State Park in West Lafayette, Indiana to honor the 14 tribes that lived in the area on November 4, 2016…
Cherokee Nation
11/10/16
The Cherokee Nation is celebrating the purchase and acquisition of the historic home of legendary statesman and inventor of the Cherokee syllabary, Sequoyah…
coast-salish-dwelling
ICTMN Staff
11/9/16
The Presidio’s Christina L…
Barry Babcock
11/5/16
The election of Ulysses S…
Frances Madeson
11/4/16
Ceramic pots from the Pueblos of Ohkay Owingeh, Nambe, Pojoaque, San Ildefonso, Santa Clara and Tesuque were liberated from a Smithsonian Institution storage vault in Suitland, Mar…
Vincent Schilling
10/28/16
As the Cleveland Indians battle it out in the 2016 World Series against the Chicago Cubs, their controversial Chief Wahoo logo is once being shoved into the faces of sports fans ar…
Konnie LeMay
10/28/16
The ancient village of Po’ipū, Kōloa on the Hawaiian island of Kaua’i is rising again, stone by stone, and with it is rising a renaissance of cultural pride and acknowledgement of …
Vincent Schilling
10/27/16
Depending on who you ask, the Cleveland Indians name, and their logo, Chief Wahoo, are either an incredibly racist depiction of Native people, or respectful representations of the …
Alex Hamer
10/24/16
Ganondagan, a museum and former village site of the Seneca Nation, held its Tattoo Traditions of Turtle Island event on October 15th in Victor, NY to showcase Iroquoian and other n…
Stephanie Woodard
10/24/16
“How dare they keep those materials?” asked elder Kathleen Holley…

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