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Of all of the foreign life ways Indians held, one of the first the Europeans targeted for elimination was the Two Spirits among Native American cultures.
Mushaben’s segregation comment had broad brushed the entire Native American community of Montana without any evidence.
The biggest stories to hit Indian country the week preceding April 10, 2016: Jim Northrup prepares to walk on, Cleveland Indians fan apologizes.
Some 14 years ago I sat in the back of a van along with a group of Little Big Horn College students on their way to pick up Joe Medicine Crow.
The last surviving war chief of the Crow Tribe, Joseph Medicine Crow walked on April 3, 2016. He was 102.
Alaska became the first state to rename Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples' Day with proclamations from Gov. Walker and Anchorage Mayor Berkowitz.
The First Alaskans Institute recently gathered a group of people to discuss the future of Alaska and its Alaska Natives for the next 10,000 years.
What will Alaska look like in 10,000 years? Who will be here? What will they do? And, most important, what will be preserved from the past kilennium?
Ahead of taking office Dec. 1, governor-elect Bill Walker and his Tlingit lieutenant governor, Byron Mallott, sought diverse advisors and opinions.
The Veterans History Project has become the largest collection of oral history with almost 89,000 first-hand military stories collected.
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