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Reservation set aside in 1830 treaty for 'half-breed' Indians Reservation set aside in 1830 treaty for 'half-breed' Indians
A road known as Half Breed Drive serves as a reminder to the forgotten reservation.
Omaha Tribe counts just a dozen fluent speakers of language Omaha Tribe counts just a dozen fluent speakers of language
One elder said it has been difficult to pass on the language to younger generations.
Yakama Nation hunter convicted of one count in treaty case Yakama Nation hunter convicted of one count in treaty case
Delbert Loren Wheeler said he had a right to be on federal land under the Yakama Treaty of 1855.
Interview with Sioux Chef Sean Sherman about Native foods Interview with Sioux Chef Sean Sherman about Native foods
The Minneapolis Star Tribune interviews Sean Sherman, better known as The Sioux Chef.
Opinion: Native people 'airbrushed' out of American society Opinion: Native people 'airbrushed' out of American society
You get the impression that the USA had all of its native population killed off by disease or war, as Europeans from the east to west settled the lands from the 1600s onward.
Opinion: Vast opportunities for tribes and marijuana industry Opinion: Vast opportunities for tribes and marijuana industry
The federal government’s newly liberal policies regarding cannabis on tribal lands could be a financial boon for a large number of tribes.
EPA decision anticipated on mine opposed by Alaska Natives EPA decision anticipated on mine opposed by Alaska Natives
The Pebble Mine would be one of the largest gold-mining operations in the world.
Steve Russell: Rumblings from a world leader with odd views Steve Russell: Rumblings from a world leader with odd views
Turkey used to be the only majority Muslim nation that appeared to get the separation of mosque and state right.
Native Sun News: Rapid City reaches out to Pine Ridge youth Native Sun News: Rapid City reaches out to Pine Ridge youth
As the citizens of Rapid City work to save the reputation of a beautiful town nestled against the Black Hills, many organizations and businesses are reaching out to the students of the American Horse School in gestures of kindness.
Tim Giago: Racism continues to be tolerated in South Dakota Tim Giago: Racism continues to be tolerated in South Dakota
South Dakota in general and Rapid City in particular, appear to have cornered the 2015 market on racism, inequality and lack of justice.
Opinion: Tribute to the late Blackfoot scholar Narcisse Blood Opinion: Tribute to the late Blackfoot scholar Narcisse Blood
There are so many people in Indian country processing the loss of our Blackfoot scholar, philosopher, activist, teacher, ceremonialist, healer, family member and friend, Tatsikiistamik (Middle Bull) Narcisse Blood.
Cedric Sunray: Tribes turn blind eye to racism in enrollment Cedric Sunray: Tribes turn blind eye to racism in enrollment
Census records of Chitimacha Indians clearly identify the ancestors of today’s black Chitimacha families.
Zoltan Grossman: The global war on tribal nations continues Zoltan Grossman: The global war on tribal nations continues
If the 'Global War on Tribes' is as old as European colonialism, in the United States it is as old as the doctrine of Manifest Destiny, and we can trace it back to the Indian Wars.

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