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HEADLINES September 1, 2011

Huron Tray with Quillwork
Peabody Essex Museum

"In the beginning of all things, wisdom and knowledge were with the animals, for Tirawa, the One Above, did not speak directly to man. He sent certain animals to tell men that he showed himself through the beasts, and that from them, and from the stars and the sun and the moon should man learn all things tell of Tirawa."   

Eagle Chief (Letakots-Lesa) Pawnee

 Volume 1

Drug Dealers May Have Wiped Out "Uncontacted" Amazon Tribe

Three Rare White Bison Born in Bend Joining Herd of 14

Louisiana's Tunica Tribe Revives It's Lost Language

Endangered Languages Program at Library of Congress

Blood Quantum Influences Native American Identity

Econ 101 - 2011 Federal Budget Deal: Now It Makes Sense

Fossil Find Shows Life on Mars Possible

 Volume 2

Native Books on the 2011 Notable Children's Books List .

Navajo Continues Life's Work with AICF

Environmental Law Violations Found at Scores of Tribal Schools Run by Interior Department

 Maryland Becomes First State with Environmental Literacy Requirement

Southeastern Students Attend Choctaw Indian Fair

The Native Astronomer

Tribal College Officials Give Obama Administration a Deadline

Center For Comparative Native and Indigenous Studies Created at Mainz University

Volume 3

Biodiversity on Earth Plummets Despite Growth in Protected Habitats 

Tribe Leads Cultural Preservation Threatened by Invasive Species

National Indian Energy Group

 Coca Cola Billboard Absorbs Air Pollution

Butterflies "Treat" Sick Young

Mountain Lion Killed in Conn. Had Walked from S. Dakota

Monkey Steals Camera To Snap Himself

Volume 4  

New Offering in Aboriginal Sport and Recreation Adds Career-Enhancing Advantage to Students

The 2011 US Indigenous Games

A Fight for Jim Thorpe's Body

Master Carver to Begin Creating Poles, Facade, for Quileute Cemetery

 Link Wray and His Ray Men, Power Chord Pioneers

"Navajo Cops" Filming 6 New Episodes

Native American ex-NBC Employee Suing for Harassment

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