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Ancestors of the Ancient One gathered on the Columbia Plateau on February 18 to lay Kennewick Man to rest after a 20-year battle.
Check out the perfect combination of nerdy, tech and Native American traditions through the eyes of artist Frank Buffalo Hyde
On February 11, 1805, Jean Baptiste Charbonneau was born. He was the son of the Lemhi Shoshone woman called Sacajawea and her husband Charbonneau.
People controlling more than 1,800 deposit accounts have reported removing more than $57 million from DAPL banks in an effort to defund DAPL.
Bronson Koenig tops a great list of Native NCAA Athletes you should keep a look out for as we head into the 2017 college basketball season!
A list of Native New Year's resolutions by the movers and shakers in Indian Country contains surprising and revealing hopes for 2017.
Lisa J. Ellwood
Here is ICMN's list of Native Actors and Actresses who shined bright in 2016
To deal with corruption within the Office of Indian Affairs, Ulysses S. Grant appointed the first Native American to the position, Ely S. Parker.
2016 was a big year for Native American history—ICMN took a detailed look at U.S. presidents, the Modoc War, and Cahokia. The Ancient One is finally returning home and the Bering Strait Theory was put to rest.
Mark R. Day
Much of California's highway and thoroughfare system dates back to before European contact; they were indigenous routes long before settlers arrived.
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