By Jack McNeelChief Joseph, Hemp, Kettle Falls and a Superfund, things to know about the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation
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By Jack McNeelCanyon de Chelly, inhabited for nearly 5,000 years, is full of petroglyphs and archaeological sites.
By Jack McNeelThe story of the Blackfeet is shared with visitors aboard Sun Tours as they traverse the Sun Highway through historical tribal lands along Glacier Park.
By Jack McNeelThe British Columbia restaurant scene offers a variety of indigenous food from multiple First Nations restaurants offering everything from breakfast to wine
By Jack McNeelThe Blackfoot call it Aisinai’pi and tribal elders serve as an advisory group at what is now a Provincial Park – “where the drawings are.”
By Jack McNeelThe Blackfeet country side is beautiful and if you travel through, you will notice signs along the way that offer a glimpse into Blackfeet history.
By Jack McNeelProminent Native American woman JoAnn Kauffman, Nez Perce, received an honorary doctorate and was among the commencement speakers at Eastern Washington University.