Skip to main content
Moya-Smith: Clinton, Trump, Spit Buckets
Wikipedia Wants Improved Native Content
White House Outlines Massive Outreach
Fossil Fuels Investment Takes Nosedive
Sierra Club: No DAPL!
Early Voting Starts Soon
Create a Cabinet Level Dept. for Natives
Mother and Daughter Graduate Together
Cabrillo: No Ceremony in Kumeyaay
The Week That Was: September 25, 2016
NMU Awarded Grant to Increase STEM
50 Faces of Indian Country 2016 Mag!
Obama’s Legacy On the Line:Dakota Access
DAPL: Climate Justice Meets Racism
Cherokee Elder Talks Doll-Making
Fighting to Protect ‘Living Forests’
What Does ‘Tribe’ Mean?
Federal Agencies Seek Input From Tribes
Sacred Ground Sold to Dakota Access
Rowling Take on N8V Culture is Dangerous
Thing About Skins
Burn The Zozobra! Photos of Annual Indigenous 50-Foot Burning Man
When I moved to New Mexico in 2004 I was intrigued by an...
Remembering Before the Alamo
Mission San Antonio de Valero, popularly known as the Alamo...
What Dakota Access Destroyed: Standing Rock Former Historic Preservation Officer Explains What Was Lost [Video]
This interview was recorded on September 3, 2016. Former...
‘Just Watch Me': Challenging the ‘Origin Story’ of Native Americans
The 14-year-old girl who bumps around in the police wagon...
Vandalism Endangers Three Rivers Petroglyph Site in New Mexico
Joan Price has spent the last two decades studying the...
Suppression of Mayan Astronomy
New research on the Dresden Codex, one of only three that...
Researching the Past
Have Researchers Found America’s First Casino?
Archaeological discoveries in caves on the north shore of Utah’s Great Salt Lake are giving researchers a glimpse at what may be America’s first casino...
The Shocking True Story of That Giant Squash
Communities across the Midwest and Canada are growing a variety of squash that yields fruits topping 30 pounds...
Warrior Nation: Anton Treuer Leaves Nothing Out in This Red Lake Ojibwe History
Anton Treuer’s newest work, Warrior Nation: A History of the Red Lake Ojibwe (Minnesota Historical Society Press, 2015), is a highly readable book tracing the history of Red Lake t...
Priceless Bits of History: Tiny Tomaquag Museum Gets USDA Grant
The 40,000-year-old wampum necklace may be the most impressive piece on view at the Tomaquag Museum in Exeter, Rhode Island, but that may change when 20,000 more archived items are...
NAGPRA Bears Fruit! IU Anthropologists Return Remains, Attend Nalukataq
This summer, Indiana University repatriated human remains and funerary objects from the campus in Bloomington, where the Mathers Museum of World Cultures advertises that its “singl...
Growing Up Ojibwe: Brenda J. Child Wins Award for Historical Family Memoir
Author and historian Brenda J...
‘Unmasking the Domination Code’ Documentary Elicits Gasps, Applause
The Western Hemisphere was home to tens of millions of First Peoples when European settlers arrived, but less than a century later the number had dropped by 95 percent—a survival r...
Controversy Over Bear River Massacre Archaeological Survey
An archaeological exploration of the Bear Creek Massacre grounds, where 450 Northwestern Shoshone men, women, and children were killed on January 29, 1863, has been approved by the...
Did This Recently Discovered, Ancient Human-Like Species Bury Their Dead?
A remarkable new discovery in South Africa, Homo naledi , is rewriting our knowledge of ancient human evolution...
13,200-Year-Old Footprints Could Be Oldest in North America, May Support Coastal Route Theory
A team of archaeologists from the Hakai Institute and the University of Victoria say they have unearthed the oldest human footprints ever found in North America...
Page 5 of 59