Coast Miwok and Southern Pomo

Written by at January 25, 2015

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The Coast Miwok are from the areas of Novato, Marshall, Tomales, San Rafael. Petaluma and Bodega.

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The Cayuse Tribe

Written by at January 25, 2015

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The Cayuse are a Native American tribe in the state of Oregon in the United States.

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Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation (CTUIR)

Written by at January 25, 2015

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The Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation is a federally recognized confederation of three Sahaptin-speaking Native American tribes

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Video: Athabascan Woman Teaches Us How to Bead Moose Skin Slipper Tops

Written by at January 25, 2015

This post comes to us from a blog called the Athabascan Woman.

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Video: Watch the Elwha River Roar Back to Life in Time-Lapse Dam Removal

Written by at January 25, 2015

Here’s an upbeat way to round out the first month of your new year: Watch the dams come down on the Elwha River in a time-lapse that takes a multi-year process down to a couple…

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Battle of Hayes Pond: The Day Lumbees Ran the Klan Out of North Carolina

Written by at January 25, 2015

One of the first militant actions of Indian protest happened at my home on the night of January 18, 1958….

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Lanning Named to Michigan Community Service Commission

Written by at January 25, 2015

Christine Lanning, Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Pottawatomi Tribal Council Member, was recently appointed to the Michigan Community Service Commission by Governor Rick Snyder….

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Caution! 'American Sniper' Is a Dangerous Movie

Written by at January 25, 2015

I was looking forward to seeing American Sniper. I took my brown Nat

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Shoni Schimmel ~ Umatilla Indian Reservation

Written by at January 24, 2015

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Shoni Schimmel (born May 4, 1992) is a Native American professional basketball player.

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Martha Berry ~ Cherokee

Written by at January 24, 2015

Martha Berry ~ Cherokee

Martha Berry is a Cherokee beadwork artist, who has been highly influential in reviving traditional Cherokee and Southeastern beadwork, particularly techniques from the pre-Removal period.

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First Foods & Life Cycles

Written by at January 24, 2015

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Until the early 1900s, the culture of the Cayuse, Umatilla and Walla Walla Indians was based on a yearly cycle of travel from hunting camps

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The Language of Nixyáawii

Written by at January 24, 2015

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Language for the people of Nixyáawii, the place of many springs, is a way of life and being.

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Chipeta ~ Kiowa Apache

Written by at January 24, 2015

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Chipeta or White Singing Bird (1843/4–1924), was a Native American woman, and the second wife of Chief Ouray of the Uncompahgre Ute tribe. Born a Kiowa Apache, she was raised by the Utes in what is now Conejos, Colorado. Advisor and confidant of her husband, Chipeta continued as a leader of her people after his death in 1880.

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Sovereign Nation of the Coushatta Tribe of Louisiana

Written by at January 24, 2015

Sovereign Nation of the Coushatta Tribe of Louisiana

The Sovereign Nation of the Coushatta Tribe of Louisiana is a federally recognized Native American Tribe with approximately 865 members.

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History of the Coquille Indian Tribe

Written by at January 24, 2015

History of the Coquille Indian Tribe

The Coquille Indian Tribe was terminated in 1954. On June 28, 1989, the Coquilles regained their status as a federally recognized Indian tribe.

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Princess Angeline ~ Duwamish

Written by at January 24, 2015

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Princess Angeline (circa 1820 – May 31, 1896), also known in Lushootseed as Kikisoblu, Kick-is-om-lo, or Wewick, was the eldest daughter of Chief Seattle.

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Yakama Nation History

Written by at January 24, 2015

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Chief Spencer’s tribal name was “Tah pa shah” and interpreted to Sharp Shooter.

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Annie Antone ~ Tohono O’odham

Written by at January 24, 2015

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Annie Antone (born 1955) is a Native American Tohono O’odham basket weaver from Gila Bend, Arizona

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The Goshute Tribe

Written by at January 24, 2015

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The Confederated Tribes of the Goshute Reservation (CTGR) is located approximately 70 miles south east of Wendover

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Carrie Bethel ~ Mono Lake Paiute – Kucadikadi

Written by at January 24, 2015

Carrie Bethel ~  Mono Lake Paiute – Kucadikadi

Carrie McGowan Bethel (1898–1974) was a Mono Lake Paiute – Kucadikadi (Northern Paiute) basketmaker associated with Yosemite National Park. She was born Carrie McGowan in Lee Vining, California and began making baskets at the age of 12. She participated in basket making competitions in the Yosemite Indian Field Days in 1926 and 1929. She gave basket weaving demonstrations at the 1939 Golden Gate International Exposition

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The Chehalis Tribe

Written by at January 24, 2015

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In the old days we gathered sacred roots and berries. We fished the Chehalis, Black, Cowlitz, Satsop, Wynoochee, Elk, Johns, Skookumchuck, and Newaukum rivers.

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Earl Old Person (born 1929) is an American Indian political…

Written by at January 24, 2015

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Earl Old Person (born 1929) is an American Indian political leader & the chief of the Blackfeet tribe in Montana. In July 1978, Old Person was appointed honorary lifetime Chief of the Blackfeet Nation. http://bit.ly/Y89Nk9

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Smile. It’s Friday! O-o-be (aka Oyebi) – Kiowa – circa 1894 

Written by at January 24, 2015

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Smile. It’s Friday! O-o-be (aka Oyebi) – Kiowa – circa 1894 

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The Jingle Dress Dancer by Claudine Gladue 

Written by at January 24, 2015

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The Jingle Dress Dancer by Claudine Gladue 

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Oscar Howe (Mazuha Hokshina or “Trader Boy”) (Yanktonai Dakota,…

Written by at January 24, 2015

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Oscar Howe (Mazuha Hokshina or “Trader Boy”) (Yanktonai Dakota, 1915–1983) was an American artist from South Dakota, who became well known for his casein paintings. http://bit.ly/OwRsMj

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