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Painter Margarete Bagshaw Walks On
Ho-Chunk Nation Increases Minimum Wage
Native Funerals as Family Reunions
WSJ Sides With Soto on Eagle Feathers
Symposium: School-to-Prison Pipeline
Clerk to Indian: 'You Lost the War'
Jude Schimmel Puts Team in Sweet 16
Speaker Series to Feature Sherman Alexie
All-Women Drum Group Serenades Wab Kinew
New Sulfate Limits in Minnesota
Let’s Celebrate Annie Dodge Wauneka
Preparing the Next Native Lawyers
Dental Therapy Providers Help Indians
EPA Gives $1 Million to NW Tribes
Native Actors Needed for Longmire
Danish Ambassador's Misdirected Apology
Jaguars: Protecting the Sacred Cat
Yamasee War Ends Native Slave Trade
Oklahoma Tribe Latest to Combat Meth
The Civilizing (Dominating) Process
Thing About Skins
Rare Fifth-Century Native Pendant Unearthed in Ohio
Crews digging a ditch uncovered a rare Native American...
Gettysburg Skull Not From Gettysburg—He Was a 700-Year-Old Native
A human skull thought to belong to a soldier who died at...
Shiprock Historical Society Is a ‘Storehouse of History’ for Navajo Nation
The Shiprock Historical Society has a story to tell. Many...
What Was Found in this Trunk Will Amaze You
What’s the most interesting thing you have found tucked...
Arizona Sacred Site Vandalized, Forest Service Investigating
The U.S. Forest Service is looking for information and...
Researchers Unveil Reconstructed Face of Ancient American Indian
The remains of “Naia,” the human skeleton found off the...
Researching the Past
Protecting a Key Native American Site from Erosion
A $199,000 grant from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation will allow researchers at William & Mary’s Virginia Institute of Marine Science to help protect Werowocomoco—one...
Failing Health Hasn’t Stopped a California Relic Hunter
Mary Annette Pember
Norman Stark’s health has not been good; not long ago he got a kidney transplant after years of dialysis...
Ancient Canoes Exhibit Launches Saturday at Chickasaw Cultural Center
In spring 2000, a group of Florida high school students stumbled on the largest treasure trove of ancient dugout canoes ever discovered...
Nuns Urge Pope to Rescind Doctrine of Discovery
A group of nuns is urging Pope Francis to rescind the Doctrine of Discovery, the set of 15-century papal bulls that gave tacit permission to seize lands and justify colonization of...
22,000-Year-Old Mastodon and Tool Discovery Raise Questions
A 22,000-year-old mastodon skull and tool (a stone blade or spear point) dredged from the seafloor of the Chesapeake Bay by fishermen in 1974 is only now coming to light...
Rising Tide Threatens Native Historic Sites in Channel Islands
Indigenous people, primarily the Chumash, inhabited the Channel Islands as far back as 13,000 years ago...
Miccosukee Village Renovation: New Exhibits Will Tell the Story of the Tribe
The Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida recently announced that they have embarked on a major renovation to their tribal museum...
‘History Girls’ Propose Native Site Recognition for Passanageset Knoll
The Broad Meadows Marsh in Quincy, Massachusetts, is another recent success in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ aquatic habitat restoration...
History Got it Wrong: Scientists Now Say Serpent Mound as Old as Aristotle
Serpent Mound in rural Adams County, Ohio, is one of the premier Native American earthworks in the hemisphere...
Warriors of Today and Yesterday: Veterans Uncover Our Shared Past
C. Bradford & M. Kitchen
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St...
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