Fast Facts about the History of Michigan Indians

Written by at June 30, 2013

Michigan is a Midwestern state in north central United States in the Great Lakes region. There are many famous Native American tribes who played a part in the history of the state and whose tribal territories and homelands are located in the present day state of Michigan.

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First Nations celebrating #Pride in Toronto. #fanpic

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First Nations celebrating #Pride in Toronto. #fanpic

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Forrest Naranjo ~ Santa Clara Pueblo

Written by at June 30, 2013

Forrest Naranjo was born into the Santa Clara Pueblo in 1963 and began making pottery at the age of 23.

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Glenda Naranjo ~ Santa Clara-Tewa Pueblo

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Glenda Naranjo, “Cloth Stick Flower”, was born in 1953 into the Santa Clara-Tewa Pueblo.

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History Timeline of the Maine Indians

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The history and the way of life of Maine Indians was profoundly affected by newcomers to the area. The indigenous people had occupied the land thousands of years before the first European explorers arrived.

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Kevin Naranjo ~ Santa Clara Pueblo

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Kevin Naranjo, “Turquoise Mountain” was born into the Santa Clara Pueblo in 1972.

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Madeline Naranjo & Adrian Garcia ~ Santa Clara-Tewa Pueblo

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Madeline E. Naranjo was born in 1971 and Adrian Garcia was born in 1973.

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Fast Facts about the History of Maine Indians

Written by at June 30, 2013

Maine is a state of the Northeastern United States. There are many famous Native American tribes who played a part in the history of the state and whose tribal territories and homelands are located in the present day state of Maine.

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Karen Naranjo-Samaniego ~ Navajo

Written by at June 30, 2013

Karen Naranjo-Samaniego was born into the Navajo Reservation in 1967. Karen began creating Santa Clara pottery at the age of 19.

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History Timeline of the Kansas Indians

Written by at June 30, 2013

The history and the way of life of Kansas Indians was profoundly affected by newcomers to the area. The indigenous people had occupied the land thousands of years before the first European explorers arrived.

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Thomas G. Natseway ~ Laguna Pueblo

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Thomas G. Natseway was born on April 19, 1953 into the Laguna Pueblo.

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Fast Facts about the History of Kansas Indians

Written by at June 30, 2013

The French arrived c1750, and formed an alliance with the Kansa Indian tribe, they were interested in the lucrative fur trade. The Kansa tribe, also known as the Kansas or Kaw tribes, originally inhabited eastern and central Kansas.

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Dawn Navasie ~ Hopi/Tewa

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Dawn Navasie, “Polaquimana” (Red Tail Hawk), member of the Water Clan, was born into the Hopi-Tewa Reservation in 1961.

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Western U.S. Wilts in Record Heat Wave

Written by at June 30, 2013

The western U.S. is baking in temperatures of up to 130 degrees, raising the threat of more wildfires, authorities warned over the weekend….

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A Mixed Blessing, Part 3: Deafness and Alcoholism, the Aftereffects of Residential School

Written by at June 30, 2013

On Tuesday June 25 we introduced Ben Powless, whose family is riven with aftereffects of Canada’s residential schools system.

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The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, June 30, 2013

Written by at June 30, 2013

It’s our weekly roundup of the stories that mattered most in Indian country:…

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Native Dance Styles Old and New Demonstrated at Mitchell Museum

Written by at June 30, 2013

Visitors will learn about traditional and contemporary versions of Native American dances from veteran powwow dancers and cultural ambassadors Mark Denning and his daughter, Isa…

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Extinct No More: Hia-Ced O'odham Officially Join Tohono O'odham Nation

Written by at June 30, 2013

  After 33 years of hard work to right the past, the Hia-Ced O’odham, once thought to be extinct, can finally say they belong as part of the Tohono O’odham Nation….

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Western U.S. Bakes in Unprecedented Heat Wave as Wildfire Threat Looms

Written by at June 30, 2013

The western U.S. is baking in temperatures of up to 130 degrees, raising the threat of more wildfires, authorities warned over the weekend….

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Turning Stone Player Hits $1 Million, Largest Jackpot in Casino's 20 Year History

Written by at June 30, 2013

A woman from Binghamton, New York hit the winning numbers at Turning Stone Resort Casino’s Million Dollar Bingo on Saturday, collecting the largest jackpot in

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A Horse Race in Red Mesa: Photos

Written by at June 30, 2013

By the time the ponies bolted from the starting line on the morning of June 8 in Red Mesa Chapter the temperatures were already in the 80s and climbing….

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Seminole Landmark Gets Some Well-Deserved Attention

Written by at June 30, 2013

The old Red Barn on the Seminole Tribe of Florida’s Brighton reservation is not what it used to be….

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History Timeline of the Illinois Indians

Written by at June 29, 2013

The history and the way of life of Illinois Indians was profoundly affected by newcomers to the area. The indigenous people had occupied the land thousands of years before the first European explorers arrived.

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Dolly Joe Navasie ~ Hopi/Tewa

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Dolly Joe Navasie, “White Swann”, member of the Water Clan, was born in 1964 into the Hopi-Tewa Reservation.

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#jaysilverhills #tonto

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#jaysilverhills #tonto

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