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Column: Treaty of 1825 carved up tribal lands in Wisconsin Column: Treaty of 1825 carved up tribal lands in Wisconsin
Columnist discusses some of the history leading up to the 1825 Treaty of Prairie du Chien.
Yakama Nation enters DOJ settlement   for     reservation raid Yakama Nation enters DOJ settlement for reservation raid
The Yakama Nation of Washington reached a settlement with the Department of Justice in connection for a raid on the reservation.
Blog: Cultural appropriation is a bigger issue than mascots Blog: Cultural appropriation is a bigger issue than mascots
Blogger discusses Indian mascots and cultural appropriation.
Matt Remle: Taking back our homeland  from US and Canada Matt Remle: Taking back our homeland from US and Canada
Matt Remle explores the high rates of military enlistment among Natives in the U.S. and Canada and urges a new generation of warriors.
Magazine:  Farmers hope  for new era with  USDA  settlement Magazine: Farmers hope for new era with USDA settlement
Cowboys & Indians Magazine reports on the $760 million Keepseagle settlement to resolve discrimination against Indian farmers and ranchers at the Department of Agriculture.
Non-Indian couple wants to continue visits for Cherokee girl Non-Indian couple wants to continue visits for Cherokee girl
A non-Indian couple from South Carolina has apparently been visiting a Cherokee Nation girl who is at the center of a custody and adoption dispute.
Death of Mohawk activist John Boncore ruled as accidental Death of Mohawk activist John Boncore ruled as accidental
The British Columbia Coroners Service said the death of Mohawk activist John Boncore was accidental.
Indian online lender lays off employees and halts new loans Indian online lender lays off employees and halts new loans
Western Sky Financial, a controversial online lender that's owned by a member of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe of South Dakota, is curtailing most of its operations.
Native Sun News: Native bodybuilder works to fight diabetes Native Sun News: Native bodybuilder works to fight diabetes
Deb Butler has always been a very physically active person; she has just decided that she would start competing in a sport because of it.
Steve Russell: Indian Country falls behind in freedom agenda Steve Russell: Indian Country falls behind in freedom agenda
Steve Russell discusses the progress, and lack of progress, for American Indians since the 1963 March on Washington.
Gyasi Ross: Tribes celebrate their culture at Canoe Journey Gyasi Ross: Tribes celebrate their culture at Canoe Journey
Gyasi Ross reflects on the annual Canoe Journey.

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