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As if revealing the only scientifically credible evidence of human habitation in eastern North America wasn’t enough, Meadowcroft Rockshelter and Historic Village in Washington County augments tours of the dig site with living exhibits of regional lifestyles before and after European colonization. The annual American Indian Heritage Weekend showcases re-enactments of the daily lives of indigenous people in the 16th and 18th centuries. American Indian Heritage Weekend Where: Meadowcroft…

As if revealing the only scientifically credible evidence of human habitation in eastern North America wasn’t enough, Meadowcroft Rockshelter and Historic .

The book, American Indians and the Civil War, is set to launch in June 2013. Learn more at www.aianta.org and find AICW's Facebook page - American Indians and the Civil War #AICW #NationalParkService #AIANTA #EasternNational #BIA #BIE #CivilWar #History #IndianCounty #NativeAmerica

The book, American Indians and the Civil War, is set to launch in June 2013. Learn more at www.aianta.org and find AICW's Facebook page - American Indians and the Civil War #AICW #NationalParkService #AIANTA #EasternNational #BIA #BIE #CivilWar #History #IndianCounty #NativeAmerica

Sarah Winnemucca (born Thocmentony or Tocmetone, Paiute: "Shell Flower") (ca. 1844 – October 16, 1891) was a prominent female Paiute activist & educator; she helped gain release of her people from the Yakima Reservation following the Bannock War of 1878, lectured widely in the East in 1883 on injustices against Native Americans in the West, established a private school for Indian students in Nevada & was an influential figure in development of United States' 19th-century Indian policies.

Sarah Winnemucca - Wikipedia, a prominent female Paiute activist and educator; she helped gain release of her people from the Yakima Reservation

28th Native American Intertribal Powwow or another show for non-Natives?

Native American Intertribal Powwow or another show for non-Natives?

"During the mid-1970's, there was a period recognized as the "Reign of Terror" among Native American groups. This was a time where many Native Americans were targeted by private militias in order to stop the spread of the American Indian Movement."

"During the there was a period recognized as the "Reign of Terror" among Native American groups. This was a time where many Native Americans were targeted by private militias in order to stop the spread of the American Indian Movement.

The True Story of 'The Crying Indian-'Iron Eyes Cody, or “Espera Oscar de Corti,” born in a rural southwestern Louisiana town on April 3, 1904, the second of four children and 100% Italian. Once in Hollywood, he'd changed his name to “Cody” and, to attract the attention of producers looking for authenticity, had begun acting under the moniker “Iron Eyes.” He never admitted the truth and cont'd to wear Native American clothing in support of their culture.

Iron Eyes Cody rose to fame in the as the teary-eyed face of the Native American community -- but he harbored a dark secret about his heritage.

Grant will help EC train native American teachers

Elmira College will use federal grant to work with Indigenous teacher education students to promote academic success

Virginia Indian Festival Highlights Native-American Traditions | festivaldc.com

According to Rappahonnock Indian Tribe member Judy Fortune, life for Native Americans in Virginia is more reserved and quieter than many other tribes throughout the country that have ventured into operating casinos and other revenue generating activities.

Standing Rock And The Forgotten History Of Native American Activism

This Pipeline Could Erase An Important Part Of Native American History

For the last few months, members of North Dakota's Standing Rock Sioux tribe and allies from numerous other Native American tribes have

N. Scott Momaday, Pulitzer Prize winner, 1969, House Made of Dawn, and poet, play writer, screen writer and painter. Born in Lawton, Oklahoma he is the founder of Buffalo Trust, a non-profit org.that supports cultural heritage programs in Native American Communities.  He is of Kiowa descent  and an Oklahoma treasure.

N. Scott Momaday, Pulitzer Prize winner, 1969, House Made of Dawn, and poet, play writer, screen writer and painter. Born in Lawton, Oklahoma he is the founder of Buffalo Trust, a non-profit org.that supports cultural heritage programs in Native American Communities. He is of Kiowa descent and an Oklahoma treasure.

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