Less than three months before Warren Gamaliel Harding was elected 29th president of the United States, he stood on his front porch in Marion, Ohio, and promised Indians he would look out for their indigenous rights.
Harding, then a U.S. senator, announced his bid for president in June 1920 subsequently...
Richard Milhous Nixon is perhaps best known for being the only U.S. president to resign from office, but the man forever linked to the Watergate scandal also transformed federal Indian policy.
Eighteen months into his first term, Nixon delivered to Congress a landmark address on Indian Affairs, unveiling policies that in...
Fifteen months after taking office, President William Jefferson Clinton made history by inviting tribal leaders to the White House.
Of the 556 leaders invited, 322 attended the meeting, during which Clinton fielded questions about economic development, tribal sovereignty, health care, education and government-to-government relationships. The April 1994 event marked first...
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