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Yurok Fire Emergency: Arson Suspected
Tragic Loss; Maine Squeeze
Chief Looking Horse’s Important Message
'We Treated Germany Better': O'Donnell
Natives Fighting for Voting Equality
Tribe to Develop $1.3M Retail Center
Seeking Food Sovereignty Through Seeds
Spokane Reservation Engulfed In Smoke
CFPB Is Barking Up the Wrong Tree
Turtle Island Tribes Meet Cuba
Confronting Feds: Malheur, Standing Rock
Osage Nation Takes Ted Turner's Ranch
Weekly Pow Wow Planner: August 26 to 28
Mendoza Speaks on SACNAS Altercation
Descendants Talk About Geronimo
Puyallup Tribe Buys Public Golf Course
Voting Requirement Maze This November
3 Native Women Who Influenced Policy
Parks' 100th Anniversary Overcrowding?
Forgiveness: Only Option for Trauma?
Thing About Skins
Aliens and Predators I: Hunter-Gatherers as Prey
You can’t steal something that has no owner, and this...
Make Mine a PB&J! Peanut Has Indigenous Roots
In modern American society, the peanut is ubiquitous....
The Death of the Bering Strait Theory
Two new studies have now, finally, put an end to the long-...
8 Native Olympic Athletes You Should Know About
Natives have always enjoyed games and sports, playing for...
Apache Wars Graphic Novel “Indeh” by Ethan Hawke Instant Bestseller
Indeh: A Story of the Apache Wars by actor, director,...
Lost Incan City, Last Refuge of Warrior Túpac Amaru, Found at Last?
Spanish historian Santiago del Valle Chousa has published a...
Researching the Past
African American and Native History Collide at Arkansas Archeological Site
The centuries-old remains of American Indians and what are believed to be former African American slaves have shared a common resting place near Little Rock for a long, long time...
Native Artifacts Unearthed in Philadelphia Prove ‘We Never Left’
While improving an interstate in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, archaeologists checking the area for significant sites didn’t have to dig far to find something—just six feet below the...
Poverty Point Earthworks Named World Heritage Site
The Monumental Earthworks of Poverty Point, a state park in Louisiana, have been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site—making it the 22nd U.S...
Snow Where You're Going: Trace Ancient Inuit Trails With Interactive Atlas
Ever wonder how the Inuit got around the Arctic centuries ago?...
Native Remains Unearthed in Silicon Valley... Two Years Ago!
You read that right...
Illegal Decision Puts Tequesta Native Village Site Under Hotel
One of the most well preserved Native villages in North America, where the Tequesta lived in Florida for 2,000 years, may soon be found beneath a luxurious hotel and entertainment ...
New Discovery Confirms Native American Views on Their Ancestry
The discovery and scientific examination of one of the oldest human remains found in the Americas confirms what Native people have known all along, that they are the original inhab...
Hunting Structure Submerged Under Lake Huron A Testament to Ancestors’ Sophistication
Big game hunters from 9,000 years ago knew what they were doing—and archaeologists at the University of Michigan are getting a glimpse of just how skilled they were...
Drones Reveal Images of Buried Village in New Mexico
Thermal images of a Native American village dubbed Blue J in New Mexico have been captured by a small drone, revealing never-before-seen structures to archaeologists, reports Live ...
Remaining Tlingit Items at Yale Cause Uproar
When stories of stolen Tlingit objects at the Yale Peabody Natural History Museum hit the press this week, museum officials came under fire...
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