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Former Seneca Councilmember Pleads Guilty to Lying to Feds
Former Seneca Nation of Indians tribal council member Bergal Mitchell III admitted on June 22 to lying to the Federal Bureau of Investigation...
The Johnny Appleseed Approach to Seed More Native Credit Unions
Seneca tribal member Stephen Scott would like to become a modern-day Johnny Appleseed...
5 Notable Native American Veterans
Without question, Native Americans are the highest race per capita that joins the military...
Seneca Presidential Candidate Named to Smithsonian Repatriation Committee
One Nation Release
Darlene Miller, running to become the first woman president of the Seneca Nation of Indians, is one of only seven members of the national Repatriation Review Committee of the Smith...
Meeting the Economic Development Challenge in Indian Country: How Streamlined Regulations Can Boost Growth
Native American communities have taken great strides in developing their economies and raising the quality of life on tribal lands...
Language Is Key to Culture: Seneca Fight to Save Theirs
In the three Seneca territories in Western New York there are just 30 elders who speak the language fluently—10 years ago there were 200 fluent speakers, reports WGRZ ...
Seneca Nation Starts 50th Anniversary of Kinzua Dam Removal Today
Seneca Nation Release
The construction of the Kinzua Dam in the 1960s has held a powerful symbolic position in the lives of the people of the Seneca Nation and Native Americans everywhere...
Seneca Nation Implements Native Plant Policy
The Seneca Nation of Indians are spearheading a movement to reintroduce more indigenous flora to public landscapes on tribal lands in Upstate New York...
Video: Johnny Cash Sings About Kinzua Dam, Which JFK Didn’t Stop
Construction of the Kinzua Dam on the Allegheny River in Warren, Pennsylvania began in 1960, against the wishes of the Seneca Nation of Indians...
6 Things JFK Did—or Didn’t Do—for Natives Before His Death
John F. Kennedy, the 35 th President of the United States, was assassinated in Dallas, Texas more than 50 years ago...
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