Native Village
Youth and Education news
 Volume 1, February 2011


Indian Country Today
David P. Bradley, Ojibwe/Dakota

"I want to live where I really belong--on my own land." Davi Kopenawa, Yanomami
 

Indian Tribes Go in Search of Their Lost Languages

The Polly Cooper Shawl [and Valley Forge]

150-Year-Old Letters Give Voice to Dakota Prisoners

Tribal Ruling Raises Dispute Over Slaves Owned by Indians

Failures Beget Success at Printed and Manuscript Sale

The Prehistoric Treasure in the Fields of Indiana

Tuscaloosa Alabama in the Pre-1700s

 Volume 1
Indian Tribes Go in Search of Their Lost Languages
The Polly Cooper Shawl [and Valley Forge]
150-Year-Old Letters Give Voice to Dakota Prisoners
Tribal Ruling Raises Dispute Over Slaves Owned by Indians
Failures Beget Success at Printed and Manuscript Sale
The Prehistoric Treasure in the Fields of Indiana
Tuscaloosa Alabama in the Pre-1700s
Volume 2
Milky Way Central to Native American Stories
Inuit Kindergarten Class in Vanier Gives Taste of Life in the North
Three Tribes to Sign Agreement to Improve Education
Using Technology to Address AZ Shortage of Native Teachers
A Hot Ticket in His Field
Kalliopeia Foundation Grants American Indian College Fund $80,000
GOP Attacks on Diversity Education, State By State
Volume 3
Preventing Tooth Decay in the Youngest American Indians
The Longest Walk 3: Reversing Diabetes 2011
CDC Programs Reduce Alcohol-Related Vehicle Deaths Among Indigenous People
Black Footed Ferrets Find a New Home
 Magnet North Pole Shift Affects Tampa Airport
Did a Mummy Prove the Wyoming Legend?
Can Woolly Mammoth Be Cloned From Frozen DNA?
Volume 4
Yup'ik Eskimo Masks Bring $4.6 Million to Highlight Winter Antiques Show
Groundbreaking Exhibition Explores Shared History Between African and Native Americans
Guitar Dedicated to WWII Navajo Code Talkers
New Generation Learns Old Ways at Native Games
Shoni Schimmel Brings Showtime to Louisville Women's Basketball
Birch Bark Canoe Restoration Begins in Falmouth
University in Ohio Ends Indian Logo on Merchandise

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