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The Thanksgiving Day Celebration Originated From a Massacre - Let's Hear the Wampanoag side of the story ...
'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.'
Sometimes a piece of art isn’t just art, these 6 artistic interpretations were also propaganda and shaped this country’s views on Native Americans.
Breaking down Cracked.com's list of six lies many believe about the founding of America in our American History Myths Debunked.
Guy Fieri visits the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center's Pueblo Harvest Cafe for “Guy’s Family Road Trip” and Tewa Taco recipe now on Food Network website
Do history books written by white folks tell the truth about Native Americans? We think not. Here are just some of the big lies they tell.
Native Fashion Now exhibit makes last stop in New York City, features Bethany Yellowtail, Lloyd “Kiva” New, Virgil Ortiz, Patricia Michaels, and Louie Gong.
Research for a project resulted in a filmmaker collecting a wealth of rare portraits of American Indians that stand in counterpoint to typical Edward Curtis stereotypes.
Dartmouth nearly had a Native as Dean of Faculty, but vicious attacks caused Native American Studies professor Bruce Duthu to reconsider.
The War of 1812 was in fact a major turning point for Native Americans who were struggling to stop white settlers from encroaching on their land.
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