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Being Considered 'as Nothing'
Awesome Worldwide Rock Your Mocs Pics
Thanks for Nothing
‘Saints & Strangers’ Review
Memes for an Unfoundedly Fearful Age
Tatanka Means: NatGeo Saints & Strangers
Morongo: 30 Years of Donating Turkeys
Everything You Know About Thanksgiving
A Different Kind of Super-hero
NMAI Profile: Theresa Snow
Ignoring the Lie Behind Thanksgiving
Kalani Queypo: NatGeo Saints & Strangers
Gary Farmer Talks: Role as Indian Joe
Sand Creek Massacre, 151 Years Later
Straight Shooting in Leach Hockey Memoir
NHL Stanley Cup Winner Reggie Leach
How ‘Saints & Strangers’ Got It Wrong
Hate Speech Cancels WWU Classes
Jurist Becomes First Indigenous Pres.
An Open Letter to My Kids' Educators
Thing About Skins
Warrior Nation: Anton Treuer Leaves Nothing Out in This Red Lake Ojibwe History
Anton Treuer’s newest work, Warrior Nation: A History of...
Priceless Bits of History: Tiny Tomaquag Museum Gets USDA Grant
The 40,000-year-old wampum necklace may be the most...
NAGPRA Bears Fruit! IU Anthropologists Return Remains, Attend Nalukataq
This summer, Indiana University repatriated human remains...
Growing Up Ojibwe: Brenda J. Child Wins Award for Historical Family Memoir
Author and historian Brenda J. Child has won the Jon Gjerde...
‘Unmasking the Domination Code’ Documentary Elicits Gasps, Applause
The Western Hemisphere was home to tens of millions of...
Controversy Over Bear River Massacre Archaeological Survey
An archaeological exploration of the Bear Creek Massacre...
Researching the Past
Site Raises New Questions Over Theories of Clovis Culture Origins
A new discovery in Northwestern Mexico, at an archaeological site dubbed El Fin Del Mundo (The End of the World) has raised new questions regarding the origins of an early group of...
Return of the Old One: Historical Society Repatriates Samish Canoe to Tribe
Ownership of a Samish canoe, believed to date from pre-contact, has been formally transferred to the Samish Indian Nation from the San Juan Island Historical Society & Museum i...
The Bravery of the Buffalo Runners: Providing for the Tribe
What will visitors learn during a visit to First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park? That buffalo runners were mostly teenagers, some of the bravest of their tribe...
Huge Black Market in Native Relics Slowed by FBI Seizures
Mary Annette Pember
“The illegal trade in artifacts is very lucrative and represents a large criminal worldwide activity...
Painting: Poverty Point Earthworks Named a World Heritage Site
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...
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