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Planning your summer travels, get out and explore this vast land and see how a mix of American and Native culture can be found at these Indian travel sites.
The 1877 Crazy Horse Surrender Ledger contains some of the most famous names from the Lakota Plains wars—names that are unusual to say the least.
In an effort to commemorate Native American Heritage Month, AT&T has contributed more than $1 million to connect Native American youth to education.
A new memorial is in the planning stages to honor Crazy Horse and the 899 who surrendered with him at Fort Robinson in 1877.
The art of Keith BraveHeart, Oglala, not only honor the past, but combine the ironies of the modern world with traditional Lakota life.
Close to 200 people gathered on the Pine Ridge Reservation on the morning of July 9 to attend the dedication ceremony for the new veterans cemetery.
She promised her sculptor husband before he died in 1982 that she would continue work on the controversial Crazy Horse Memorial.
This Date in Native History: On February 3, 2006, “The World’s Fastest Indian” opened in movie theaters throughout the United States. The “Fastest Indian” refers to a 1920 Indian Scout motorcycle. The rider was New Zealander Burt Munro who was not indigenous, but whose fortitude, creativity, and determination succeed...
On October 4, 1927, sculptor Gutzon Borglum began carving the faces of four presidents into the granite of the sacred Black Hills.
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