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The Nez Perce Reservation rests in north central Idaho, a fraction of their original homeland. Here are 10 things you should know about the tribe.
More than a thousand Yellowstone bison were killed as part of the annual winter cull; hundreds could have gone to Fort Peck Indian Reservation.
The movement to defund the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) is rapidly gathering momentum, as individuals, cities and tribes have taken out more than $5 billion
At "1619: The Making of America" Native and non-Native speakers discussed slavery and Native Americans in 17th century colonial America.
The Rogue River School District in Oregon hopes working with a local tribe will allow its high school to keep its Native American mascot.
The Lewis and Clark expedition headed home to St. Louis on March 23, 1806 after a long, wet winter at Fort Clatsop.
Oceti Sakowin razed, Sean Spicer caught in an 'alternative fact,' and artistry galore during The Week That Was in Indian country, February 25, 2017.
Ancestors of the Ancient One gathered on the Columbia Plateau on February 18 to lay Kennewick Man to rest after a 20-year battle.
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.
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