A two-story-high photograph of Joe Yazzie towers over the viewer—every scar, wrinkle and hint of emotion on his face magnified...
Steven Newcomb

As we approach the 200th year since the great Shawnee leader Tecumseh was killed in battle, by American forces on the River Thames in North America, on October 5, 1813, a tremendous wave of activism by the Original Nations and Peoples of Turtle Island has suddenly swept across the geog...

January 04, 2013
ICTMN Staff
December 20, 2012
Take a look back at March 2012's biggest stories from the pages of our weekly magazine, This Week From Indian Country Today ...
David Wilkins & Carter Meland

Exalted in grade-school lore as the great coming together of Native peoples and Pilgrim settlers, Thanksgiving is a uniquely American holiday. It's the time when we as a nation gathered to appreciate and share what we have—food, fellowship, and football.
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November 24, 2012
Steven Newcomb

On October 22, 2012, at 4:44 a.m., Oglala Lakota leader Russell Means began his journey to the spirit world....

November 15, 2012
Today marks the 200th anniversary of the War of 1812, a war all but forgotten in American history books. But what did that war mean for this country’s Indigenous Peoples?...
Mal Law is not a Native American, but since 1974 when he established The Pocono Indian Museum here in Bushkill, Pennsylvania, he has been giving history lessons and recreating the ...
ICTMN Staff
December 22, 2011
The great Shawnee Chief Tecumseh, a key figure in the War of 1812, will be doubly honored during the bicentennial year of that conflict by both a stamp and a freighter...
Shawnee Chief Tecumseh has been chosen as one of 10 Legacy Honorees who will be memorialized on columns along Georgia Street in Indianapolis, Indiana...
Early Saturday morning the Orionid Meteor Shower will dance above Mother Earth, and it is set to dazzle...

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