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Pii Paash's Recycled-Wastewater Concerns
Vandalism Endangers NM Petroglyph Site
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Racing Clock on Indigenous Issues
The Week That Was: August 28, 2016
Dakota Pipeline & 'Law of Christendom’
FCC Commissioner Visits NTU
Native Republicans Make Their Case
Celebrities Support Water Protectors
The Long Arc Is the Real Campaign
Age of Acorns: Sustaining Life for Years
Land Changed Forever By Man
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
Thing About Skins
Native History: Who Really Caught Captain Jack?
Robert Aquinas McNally
When Modoc leader Kientpoos—known to whites by the nickname Captain Jack—stepped out of a cave in Willow Creek Canyon in northeastern California’s vast volcanic plateau and lay dow...
Native History: The Indian Wars’ Only Foreign Correspondent
Robert Aquinas McNally
His name was William Simpson, a journalist from Great Britain who covered the Modoc War for six days in late April 1873...
Sham Trials: The Traumatic Truth of What Happened to the Dakota 38
A ghost of Christmas past haunts the Dakota to this day—the ghost of a great injustice to 38 men hanged the day after Christmas in 1862, of injustice to 265 others also convicted i...
History Professor Denies Native Genocide: Native Student Disagreed, Then Says Professor Expelled Her From Course
A California State University, Sacramento professor who allegedly told his United States History class he did not like the term ‘genocide’ in relation to Native Americans in histor...
Notes From a Single Mom: Our Founding ‘Feathers’
History was never my favorite subject in school...
5 Pictures and Sources to Celebrate Ely S. Parker
As this country celebrates the Civil War Sesquicentennial, there is one Native American who lived during that time who deserves mentioning...
Surviving the Blizzard of 1967: One Woman Tells Her Family’s Story
Lillie Ann Begaye was 12 years old when her entire world turned white. It was mid-December 1967 and snow had fallen on the Navajo Nation for days...
Trail of Tears: From a Middle School Student's Perspective
This persuasive essay was submitted to ICTMN by Matthew Scraper, Megan Scraper’s father. Megan, 12, is a student at Marlow Middle School in Oklahoma...
13 Images: Remembering the Occupation of Wounded Knee
On February 27, 1973, some 250 Sioux Indians led by members of the American Indian Movement converged on South Dakota’s Pine Ridge Reservation, launching the famous 71-day occupati...
CA Indian Leaders Discuss Lasting Effects of the Gold, Greed and Genocide Era
Though often romanticized in history textbooks, museum exhibits and government park displays, the Gold Rush era in California is remembered by many California Indians as a time whe...
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