Tag: native american
Gale Courey Toensing
For Thanksgiving this year ICTMN spoke to the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe's Tribal Historic Preservation Officer to get a better understanding of what really happened 401 years ago at the first Thanksgiving, and what Wampanoags do today.
Welcome to Indian Country Today Media Network’s new ‘Man on the Street” video series with correspondent Vincent Schilling.
Students who embraced the Mormon faith and succeeded academically often felt out of place on their reservations or among traditional Native practices.
A tragic story of European conquest and resulting spiritual confusion.
The 2017 Nammys, hosted by Ernie Stevens, will feature Gary Farmer and the Troublemakers Oct. 14th
Dr. Dean Chavers
Scalping in America was used as a way to eradicate the Indigenous Peoples of this country, bounties were paid for Indian scalps, but where did it begin?
Are Native Americans living or simply surviving on reservations set up by Canadian and United States governments?
'The gold rush decimated the Native Americans. The low point in the Native American history was 1900 when there were only 16,000 Native people in the whole state.'
Here we highlight three Native American women, all from very different regions and with very different histories, who were important to their people.
Buffalo were their lifeline—the Indians had a symbiotic relationship with them, and always honored the mighty beasts for the many blessings they provided.
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