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On the Move in Indian Country

On the Move in Indian Country

On the Trail: Hiking Among Legends North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains let you walk back a few centuries Hikers of all skill levels can find a trail to accommodate their abilities in Cherokee, North Carolina. There are more than 800 miles of lush, wooded trails that lead to stunning landscapes, of...


The 1851 Treaty of Fort Laramie, witnessed by 50,000 members of nine tribal nations, can only be broken by an official declaration of an act of war by the United States. It secured, in perpetuity, the following lands: ARTICLE V. THE AFORESAID INDIAN NATIONS DO HEREBY RECOGNIZE AND ACKNOWLEDGE THE FOLLOWING TRACTS COUNTRY,...
18 Ulysses S. Grant

18 Ulysses S. Grant

American Indians experienced some of the worst massacres and grossest injustices in history while Ulysses S. Grant was in office. A celebrated Civil War hero whose campaign slogan was “Let us have peace,” Grant took office in 1869 with plans to drastically reform federal Indian policy. In his inaugural the...

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How did I Miss That? Debunking the Roanoke Island Myth and Selfie Awareness

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