By Alysa LandryOn June 23, 1927, the Sioux County Pioneer, a newspaper in North Dakota, reported that President Calvin Coolidge would be adopted by a Sioux Tribe.
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By Alysa LandryMartin Luther King Jr.’s Poor People’s Campaign brings together groups of many ethnicities to fight poverty; Natives join and voice concerns about BIA.
By Alysa LandryOn June 19, 1868, Father Pierre-Jean De Smet, a Jesuit missionary, sought peace between “hostile” Indians and the U.S. by meeting with Sitting Bull.
By Alysa LandryOn June 15, 1846, Francis Parkman Jr., a young, Harvard-educated historian, arrived at Fort Laramie, Wyoming, to begin his journey along the 'Oregon Trail'
By Alysa LandryThe Navajo Generating Station will cease operations on July 1 unless legislation is passed to extend the lease through 2019.
By Alysa LandryAdam Fortunate Eagle, one of the occupation of Alcatraz organizers, speaks with ICMN about how one of the most successful protests for Natives began, and how it ended.
By Alysa LandryOn June 11, 1971, the Coast Guard arrived and ended the 19-month occupation of Alcatraz Island, but many benefits for Indians came from the famous protest.
By Alysa LandryDesigned in 1971, “The Oregon Trail” has been criticized for only telling the white version of history. Game developer Don Rawitsch dreams of doing a Native-focused version.
By Alysa LandryIn order to demand that the 1868 Treaty of Fort Laramie be honored, Natives led by the American Indian Movement occupied Mount Rushmore on June 6, 1971.
By Alysa LandryLooking to get away and enjoy some of the best of gaming, and an authentic cultural experience, check out a Native-owned casino or resort.