By Alysa LandryOn April 28, 1897, the Chickasaw and Choctaw agreed to what would be come the Dawes Act, abolishing tribal government and more that led to white settlers.
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By Alysa LandryThe Ak-Chin Indian Community is seeking a federal ruling to ensure that the tribe’s water rights will continue as stated by a 1984 agreement.
By Alysa LandryA cannon sounded at high noon on April 22, 1889, signaling the beginning of a frantic land rush into newly opened Indian lands in Oklahoma Territory.
By Alysa LandryMany of us have seen stories of the giant squash floating around; but how true is the legend? The real story is even more fascinating and ends with, 'Thank a Native!'
By Alysa LandryNative American students at Navajo reservation schools called an “inspiration” after winning rookie robotics competition, and they’re not done.
By Alysa LandryWhen Sen. Tom Udall was named vice chairman of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, he brought a legacy of working with tribes with him.
By Alysa LandryInterior Department staff will be at the Tulalip Resort Casino on April 25 to host their annual listening session about the Buy-Back Program.
By Alysa LandryOn April 5, 1614, Pocahontas, daughter of the Algonquin chief, married tobacco farmer John Rolfe in Jamestown, Virginia, forging an agreement.
By Alysa LandryOn April 2, 1513, Spanish explorer Juan Ponce de Leon landed on the southeastern coast of Florida, claiming the territory for the Spanish crown.