- Cherokee Nation to offer tribal photo IDs in Colorado
- Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Reservation
- Bois Forte Band of Ojibwe Reservation
- Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium reaches landmark contract settlement with IHS
- Redskins Stripped Of Trademarks
- Native Americans Support Consumers Boycotting FedEx Corporation Over Sponsoring Racism in NFL
- Descendants Remember Battle of Little Big Horn
- Lakota students learn nuances of the hoop dance
- Ford American Indian College Fund
- Daughters of the American Revolution American Indian $4,000 Scholarship
- American Bar Association $15,000 Scholarship for Minorities
- Pine Ridge Indian Reservation
- Cocheco Indians
- Remember the Removal Riders commemorate the Trail of Tears
- Two new Indian Casinos proposed in Michigan
Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe of South Dakota
The Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe are a federally recognized tribe of Santee Dakota people. Their reservation is the Flandreau Indian Reservation. The tribe are members of the Mdewakantonwan people, one of the sub-tribes of the Isanti (Santee) Dakota originally from central Minnesota.
Roast Antelope with Carrot-Rosemary Sauce
Antelope meat is low in Sodium. It is also a good source of Protein, Thiamin, Iron, Phosphorus and Selenium, and a very good source of Riboflavin, but it is high in cholesteral. This mild flavored meat is delicious!
Porcupine Pot Roast
What does porcupine taste like? Generally, the flavor of porcupine meat will be influenced somewhat by whatever it's been eating, but generally, Porcupine Pot Roast tastes similar to a pork roast.
Native American super foods
On American Indian reservations, the traditional diet of wild plants and game for food is increasingly being replaced with a far less healthful diet of predominantly high-carb, high-sugar foods.
Corn, beans and squash - An enduring trinityLong before the Pilgrims sailed into Plymouth harbor, tribes living in what today is called Arizona developed a distinctive cuisine around corn, beans and squash. It was corn, believed to be the ultimate source of life, that dominated.
Cherokee Nation Grape DumplingsThis traditional recipe was originally made with gathered wild grapes called possum grapes. Today's Indian cooks now often make it with Welch's Grape Juice.
Cattails are the perfect survival food, tool, shelter and medicine
Cattails can be found virtually anywhere in the wilderness where there is a water source and are a supermarket full of food and uses that can help ensure your survival.
Camas Lily was a staple food of many native tribes
The Camas lily was used by Native Americans for medicinal purposes and its root bulbs were collected to make bread, or roasted like a potato.
Lower Brule Sioux ReservationThe Lower Brule Sioux Reservation is located in the central portion of South Dakota, 15 miles southeast of Pierre, SD and 16 miles north of Reliance, SD on Interstate 90.
Siouan -> Western Siouan -> Mississippi Valley -> Chiwere–Winnebago -> Chiwere
Truman Washington Dailey,last native speaker of the Otoe-Missouria dialect of ChiwereTruman Washington Dailey, (October 19, 1898 – December 16, 1996) also known as Mashi Manyi ("Soaring High") and Sunge Hka ("White Horse"), was the last native speaker of the Otoe-Missouria dialect of Chiwere (Baxoje-Jiwere-Nyut'chi), a Native American language, and a Roadman in the Native American church.
Iowa and Otoe Genealogy
Ioway heritage (also known as Iowa heritage) is a mixture of not only Ioway blood, but also Otoe, Omaha, Missouri, and other tribes, as well as Ma'unke (whiteman), especially French.