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When NAGPRA, the Native American Graves Protection and...
Were Some Petroglyphs Inspired By Chinese Explorers?
According to the Epoch Times, an expert on ancient Chinese...
Ancient Observatory Brings Old Knowledge to New Viewers
During this year’s summer solstice at the site of the...
The Battle of the Greasy Grass 140 Years Later: The Complete Story in 18 Drawings
June 25th marks the 140th anniversary of the Battle of...
Video: What This 400-Year-Old Native Homestead Site Tells Us
For the third year now, the Forest Service has been...
Four More Heads for the Indian Trophy Room
The four Modocs dangling from the gallows at Fort Klamath,...
Researching the Past
After Controversial Ishi Play, University of California, Berkeley Co-Sponsors Indigenous Peoples Day Celebration to Promote Healing
Last spring, the University of California, Berkeley, produced a historically inaccurate and graphically violent play about Ishi, the famous California Indian, which caused some Ame...
Murray Springs Clovis Site in Arizona Designated New National Historic Landmark
Travel back in time--some 13,000 years back to the era of mastodons, mammoths, giant sloths, bison, and saber-toothed cats hunted by men armed only with spears...
Police, Scientists Say ‘Vandalized’ Aboriginal Petroglyphs Never Existed
Officials are poking holes in a man’s claims that vandals destroyed an archeological site in Alberta, Canada...
Canonization of Kateri Tekakwitha Draws at Least 2,000 Mohawks to Vatican Ceremony
Gale Courey Toensing
What is likely to be the largest delegation of Mohawk Indians ever to assemble in Rome will take place this weekend, October 20–21, for the canonization of Kateri Tekakwitha, a 17t...
Willamette Meteorite Chunk Part of Largest Meteorite Auction Ever in NYC
We’ve been awash in meteorites lately, what with asteroids flying by and meteor showers abounding this month. (Meteorites are what meteors become once they land...
Scientist Says Kennewick Man From Coast Not Columbia Valley, Shares Findings With Tribes
Scientists call him the Kennewick Man, tribal members call him the Ancient One, showing just how differently the two worlds view the more than 9,200-year-old skeleton found on a ba...
Carlisle Indian School's History Must Be Preserved So Those Who Suffered Aren't Forgotten
Suzan Shown Harjo
When the U.S...
Tomb Discovered in Guatemala Likely Belonged to Maya Queen K’abel
Archaeologists in Guatemala believe they’ve discovered the tomb of Lady K’abel, military ruler of the Wak, or “Centipede” kingdom, during the seventh-century...
Male Mammoth Discovered Thawing in Siberian Permafrost
An 11-year-old Russian boy, following his nose—he smelled something “unpleasant” while walking his dogs, according to news accounts, and it wasn’t what he was scooping up from his ...
War on Columbus
Though the war on Christopher Columbus and his invasion has been fought for two decades or more in the Western hemisphere, Denver, Colorado has been a key headquarters of resistanc...
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