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Indians Are Invisible: What I Learned Researching US Presidents

In a sea of white male faces running this country, it was difficult to find an indigenous narrative while researching the Presidents of the United States.

In a sea of white male faces running this country, it was difficult to find an indigenous narrative while researching the Presidents of the United States.

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The grand narrative of the United States does not include the Indigenous story. For any serious student of history, this should come as no surprise. Forty-five weeks ago, I embarked on a series of historical news stories exploring the evolution of federal Indian policy, one presidential term at a time. Starting with George Washington and…
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