Heat olive oil add onions & mushrooms. Saute about 3 min. heat. add rosemary, pepper & salt.
Brown the ground beef, drain the fat. Place the Fry Bread on a large plate.
Cattaraugus Indian Reservation, New York There is no word as to whether or not the crew of the Seneca Language Onondowa ga Gawe no Halloween Special short film survived
These are a traditional Native American cake. They are great for breakfast with syrup or as a side dish topped with cheese for dinner.
Wild meats tend to have a “gamey” flavor. You can reduce that taste by skimming away all excess fat.
My husband always orders these when we go out so I decided to make them at home and he LOVED them!!
MILWAUKEE Forest County Potawatomi has stepped up its efforts in trying to protect the environment. On Monday, October 28th, it opened a new facility that will produce green and renewable energy
NIEA 2013 Convention & Trade Show
Today, Oct. 30, the National Indian Education Association Convention and Trade show will kick off in Rapid City and will run through Sunday, Nov. 2.
WASHINGTON If you think you know what your child is exposed to on the Internet, think again. Parental perceptions can be way off when it comes to what their kids are exposed to while surfing the
From the book FOODS OF THE SOUTHWEST INDIAN NATIONS by Lois Ellen Frank
Native Americans share culture at South Allegheny
Members of the Council of Three Rivers American Indian Center shared traditional clothing, songs and dances with South Allegheny Middle School students who are learning about early people and cultures.
CMU lecture series kicks off Nov. 6 with Native American topic
Gloria Ann Colin has practiced Lakota Indian spiritual traditions for many years ever since she began exploring her own ancestral roots. Colin is a mixture of Native American, Basque and Spanish heritage.
NFL meets with Native American representatives over use of ‘Redskins’
Washington’s NFL team appears no closer to changing its name after a meeting between league officials and Native American representatives.
WASHINGTON National Park Service will honor all military veterans with special events and free entrance to all 401 national parks for everyone during the long Veterans Day weekend
Natural food stores carry Sassafras Root in a dried form. It will resemble wood chips.
DENVER 35th Annual American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) National Conference is beginning today, October 31 and ends on Saturday, November 2 with a powwow at the
TULSA, OKLAHOMA Cherokee Nation Businesses CNB has named Charles Garrett as senior vice president of business development and real estate services
Allegations Mount Against Osage Nation Chief
Oklahoma -There’s new information about an investigation of Osage Nation Chief John Red Eagle.Members of the Select Committee of Inquiry Osage Nation Congress say they’ve found seven allegations sufficient to remove Chief Red Eagle from office.
Tribal Artifacts Come Home to Suquamish
Centuries old artifacts traveled across Puget Sound from the University of Washington to the new Suquamish Museum Tuesday as orcas leaped and splashed. Suquamish Chairman Leonard Forsman saw it as a sign that the tribe was doing something good for its people.
Osage chief could face removal
PAWHUSKA — Findings to support seven allegations of wrongdoing against Osage Nation Principal Chief John D. Red Eagle were revealed late Monday in a report released by an Osage Congress investigating committee which recommended that the tribal leader be removed from office. – See more at: http://examiner-enterprise.com/news/local-news/osage-chief-could-face-removal#sthash.U5DiiWYm.dpuf
UN rep meets with tribes on abduction of Native children
PINE RIDGE, S.D. – Following outcry over South Dakota’s racist abductions of Lakota, Nakota, and Dakota Sioux children from their families and placement of the children with white foster care families, United Nations Human Rights Officer Giorgia Passarelli recently met with tribal members, relatives of the children taken by the South Dakota Department of Social Services. The UN representative was formally invited by President Bryan Brewer of the Oglala Sioux Tribe.
Suquamish Tribe in discussions for 150 boxes of artifacts
More than 150 boxes of artifacts from an ancient Duwamish village site on what is now Port of Seattle-owned land could go to the Suquamish Museum.Peter McGraw, spokesman for the Port of Seattle, said Oct. 29 that the port is “still in discussions” with the Suquamish Tribe and the Muckleshoot Tribe and has not decided whether it will transfer ownership of the artifacts to one, or share the artifacts with both.
Indictment reveals kickback charges
Former Havre School Board chair Shad Huston, 37, is accused of accepting hundreds of thousands of dollars in contracts and then paying hundreds of thousands of dollars back to Chippewa Cree Construction Corp. CEO Tony Belcourt and his wife, Hailey Belcourt.
Oklahoma tribes’ payday lenders agree to partial settlement with FTC
Payday lending companies owned by two Oklahoma Indian tribes have agreed to stop using aggressive collection techniques, including threatening borrowers with lawsuits and arrest, in a partial settlement with the Federal Trade Commission.
Sen. Committee on Indian Affairs Holds Hearing on 8 Tribes for Recognition
The US Senate Committee on Indian Affairs is hosting a hearing today on bills that would extend federal recognition to six tribes in Virginia, one in North Carolina and one in Montana. The hearing will be webcast live.
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