Archaeologists Find Lost City of "Cloud People" In Peru
Archaeologists have discovered a lost city carved into the Andes
Mountains in Peru by the mysterious Chachapoya
tribe, which is also known as the "cloud people."
as Supreme Court Affirms Land Rights
Indians across Brazil are celebrating ...
as the majority of judges in the Supreme Court ruled to uphold
indigenous land rights in a key case. Indian representatives have
called the decision ... "a great victory."
Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal Members Commemorate Sand Creek Ancestors
“The history of the Sand Creek massacre has been pushed aside –
many of you don’t learn about it in your schools. But we can’t
forget who we are or where we came from. These are homelands of
the Cheyenne and Arapaho. This is where our old people lived.
This is where we came from.” Otto Braided Hair, Northern
Ride to Honor Native Americans Killed in 1890
The annual Big Foot Memorial Ride honors the more than 250
men, women and children killed on
Dec. 29, 1890, by the U.S. 7th
Cavalry in the
Wounded Knee massacre. This
year, nearly 80% of the riders are youth.
Tulalip Elder Celebrates Milestone
The first woman to serve on the Tulalip Tribes Board of Directors
... A pioneer in leaving home to attend college ... Returning to the
reservation to help her people ... And now, the oldest Tulalip
elder at age 98.
Cherokee Rocket Scientist leaves NMAI a Gift
When she was 96 years old, Mary Golda
Ross asked her niece to make her something very special: the first
traditional Cherokee dress that Ross, the great-great-granddaughter
of renowned Chief John Ross, would ever own.
Police Seek Help to Find Eagle
Feather, Stone Pipe
The two duffel bags in Ottawa must have looked like a decent haul
for a quick thief. One held camera equipment, but the other bag
contained something far more important to its owner: a pipe and an
eagle feather, ceremonial objects sacred in First Nations
Native American Tribe Signs Friendship Treaty with Israel
The Sovereign Nation of the
Coushatta Tribe of Louisiana has become the first Native American
tribe to recognize, honor and welcome official representatives of
the State of Israel
Crow Nation Horse Mounted
Unit to March in Inaugural Parade
dozen Crow Nation members will ride paint horses single file down
Pennsylvania Avenue following President-elect Obama's swearing-in
ceremony on the steps of the Capitol.
Declaration Reaches 60
"Only 20 countries have signed up to the international law on tribal peoples, whose
rights are routinely violated. The very existence of many tribal
peoples is under increasing threat."
Court Sides with American Indians in Voting Case
Judge Karen Schreier of Rapid City ordered Martin
to redraw its city council district boundaries because the existing
districts violated American Indians’ voting rights.