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As Wild Horses Overrun the West, Ranchers Fear Land Will Be Gobbled Up Utah — When he was a boy on a… Read More

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FCC will consider petition to outlaw R-word on public airwaves The Federal Communications Commission… Read More

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A tribute to my mother who was lost to cancer October is Breast...

A tribute to my mother who was lost to cancer October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Crystal W… Read More

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Gaming’s $240 billion impact noted; Murren eyes fantasy sports The commercial and tribal gaming indu… Read More

Report places economic impact of US gaming industry at...

Report places economic impact of US gaming industry at $240B Tribal and commercial casinos contribut… Read More

Cherokee Nation chief apologizes for attending live pigeon...

Cherokee Nation chief apologizes for attending live pigeon shoot The leader of the Cherokee Nation o… Read More

We Interrupt This Election Program for a Word about Gambling...

We Interrupt This Election Program for a Word about Gambling ... Amid the uproar of looming November… Read More

Seminole Tribe poised for continued growth in gaming Nancy Smith...

Seminole Tribe poised for continued growth in gaming Nancy Smith of Sunshine State News argues for a… Read More

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Proposition 48 will boost Central Valley’s economy  In California, business and labor leaders don’t… Read More

North Fork Rancheria casino brings boost to economy Debi Bray of...

North Fork Rancheria casino brings boost to economy Debi Bray of the Madera Chamber of Commerce and… Read More

Shinnecock Indian Nation Disbands Tribal Gaming Authority With...

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Shinnecock Nation gaming partner cut $250K monthly payment The...

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Seminole Wars: Second Interbellum
Carol

Peace had come to Florida. The Indians were mostly staying on the reservation. Groups of ten or so m… Read More

Main Staple Foods of the Pueblo Indians
Amy

The Pueblo Indians of the American Southwest were known for settling down from a herd-following noma… Read More

What Were Some of the Comanche Indians Natural Resources?
Amy

The Comanche Indians resided in present-day Wyoming. They numbered in the thousands by the late 1700… Read More

Second Seminole War: War winds down
Carol

Indian Key is a small island in the upper Florida Keys. In 1840, it was the county seat of the newly… Read More

Foods & Tools of the Huron Tribe
Amy

The Huron people, also known as the Wyandot, originally inhabited what is known today as the St. Law… Read More

17th Century Algonquin Villages
Amy

The Algonquin language, Algonquian, is the largest North American native language group. Read More

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White Mountain Apache Artifacts

The Crafts & Tools of the Apache Indians

The Apache Indians are one of North America's best known Native American
Turkey Feathers

Description of a Choctaw Blanket

Like most of the Native Americans of the historical period after 1500, the Choctaw
Ancient American Indian Fishing Techniques

Ancient American Indian Fishing Techniques

Fish, whether from lakes, rivers, or the ocean, was a part of the diet of all Native
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Seminole Wars: Second Interbellum

Peace had come to Florida. The Indians were mostly staying on the reservation.
Pueblo Indians

Main Staple Foods of the Pueblo Indians

The Pueblo Indians of the American Southwest were known for settling down from a
Comanche Warrior

What Were Some of the Comanche Indians Natural Resources?

The Comanche Indians resided in present-day Wyoming. They numbered in the thousands
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Native Americans invented Lacrosse both as a team sport and a way to resolve disputes. It is believed that this is the precursor to today's hockey.

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Lawrence Joseph ~ Big River

Chief Lawrence Joseph was born on Big River First Nations, and is a member of the
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Chief Joseph Pasqua ~ Cree

Chief Joseph Pasqua was born in 1828 to the prominent Plains CREE Chief Mahkaysis,
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Native American Carding Sheep's Wool to Prepare it for  Weaving a Blanket.      

Navajo Indian Art- Rug & Blanket Weaving

Ethnologists believe that the Navajo were influenced by the early Pueblo blanket
Navajo Indian Basketry

Navajo Indian Basketry

When is comes to making baskets, their utility is as important as their religious
Santo Domingo jar in polychrome, 1910.

Santo Domingo Pottery Making

The Santo Domingo Pueblo is located approximately midway between Albuquerque and