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Gov. Cuomo Makes Sense on Fracking Gov. Andrew Cuomo on...

Gov. Cuomo Makes Sense on Fracking Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Wednesday announced a statewide ban on the e… Read More

New York governor makes right decision to ban fracking The New...

New York governor makes right decision to ban fracking The New York Times praises Gov. Andrew Cuomo… Read More

Catskills Hang Hopes of Revival on New Casino  Residents of this...

Catskills Hang Hopes of Revival on New Casino  Residents of this faded corner of the New York’s Cats… Read More

Fortune smiles on Schenectady casino proposal A $300 million...

Fortune smiles on Schenectady casino proposal A $300 million casino and resort planned for an old in… Read More

Board Backs Casinos in the Catskills, Near Albany and in Central...

Board Backs Casinos in the Catskills, Near Albany and in Central New York One of Gov. Andrew M. Cuom… Read More

Empire resorts wins casino bid for sullivan county An intense...

Empire resorts wins casino bid for sullivan county An intense competition to introduce casino gambli… Read More

New York passes over tribes for first commercial casino...

New York passes over tribes for first commercial casino licenses  The New York Gaming Facility Locat… Read More

Native American tribes and the marijuana business As if state...

Native American tribes and the marijuana business As if state and federal drug policies weren’t alre… Read More

Tribes should be cautious of pot ruling The U.S. Department of...

Tribes should be cautious of pot ruling The U.S. Department of Justice last week adopted a new polic… Read More

 Showing caution for marijuana sales in Indian Country South...

 Showing caution for marijuana sales in Indian Country South Dakota newspaper urges tribes not to ru… Read More

 Another casino isn’t answer to Connecticut’s...

 Another casino isn’t answer to Connecticut’s problems Writer opposes a joint casino for the Mashant… Read More

Anti-casino groups fined $75,000 over campaign reports The tribe...

Anti-casino groups fined $75,000 over campaign reports The tribe and the two Glendale political grou… Read More

 Fines for foes of Tohono O’odham Nation off-reservation...

 Fines for foes of Tohono O’odham Nation off-reservation casino Two groups that are fighting the Toh… Read More

The Love of the Game and the Hope of the People  Each December...

The Love of the Game and the Hope of the People  Each December the tribal nations of the Great Plain… Read More

Tournament shows hope of the Lakota people Brandon Ecoffey...

Tournament shows hope of the Lakota people Brandon Ecoffey shares the power of the annual Lakota Nat… Read More

Blackbear Bosin ~ Comanche - Kiowa
Carol

Blackbear Bosin (June 5, 1921–August 9, 1980) was a Comanche-Kiowa sculptor and painter, also known… Read More

Rugs of Navajo
Amy

Native Americans are known for their wonderful hand crafted products. They make beautiful jewelry an… Read More

Jewelry of Navajo
Amy

Native Americans loved to adorn themselves and jewelry played a big part of their culture. Read More

David Bradley ~ Minnesota Chippewa
Carol

David Bradley (born 1954) is a Minnesota Chippewa artist. He is known for his sociopolitical critiqu… Read More

Paintings of Inuit
Amy

The Inuit Indians lived in parts of Canada and today some of the decedents of this tribe still live… Read More

Masks of Inuit
Amy

The Inuit people are Eskimos who live in the most northern part of America as well as Greenland and… Read More

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Ancient Navajo Rugs

Ancient Navajo Rugs

The Navajo tribe crossed the Bering Strait from Asia to Alaska and arrived in what
How to Build a Medicine Wheel

How to Build a Medicine Wheel

Sacred circles exist in virtually every culture in the world, past and
Mayan Pyramids of Tikal

Mayan Pyramids of Tikal

The Mayan pyramids in Tikal are among all that remain of the once powerful
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Pawnee Scouts

Pawnee Scouts

Pawnee Scouts were part of the United States Army in the latter half of the 19th
Nisqually Indian

Nisqually people

The Nisqually (ˌnɪsˈkwɔːliː) is a Lushootseed-speaking Native American tribe
Walking Shooter - Hunkpapa Lakota 1872

Hunkpapa

The Hunkpapa (Lakota: Húŋkpapȟa) are a Native American group, one of the seven
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Did you know that over 50% of the States within the US got their names from Indian words.

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Lame White Man

Lame White Man ~ Cheyenne

Lame White Man, or Vé'ho'énȯhnéhe (c.1837 or 1839–1876), was a Cheyenne battle
Inkpaduta

Inkpaduta ~ Dakota

Inkpaduta (Dakota: Iŋkpáduta, variously translated as "Red End," "Red Cap," or
Flying Hawk

Flying Hawk ~ Oglala Lakota

Flying Hawk (Oglala Lakota: Čhetáŋ Kiŋyáŋ in Standard Lakota Orthography;
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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