Discovery in Wisconsin stirs scientific debate: Did two different cultures meet?
Nestled in a beautiful, verdant valley along the Mississippi River, a great feast took place nearly 1,000 years ago.
In what appears to be something like an ancient Thanksgiving dinner – albeit with dog meat instead of turkey – people of two different cultures met, exchanged food, ideas and possibly gave birth to an entirely new cultural tradition.
Red Road Singles
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An Old Woman Cannot Sleep
Standing on the edge,
landscape flows before her.
Spirits of the past,
May they guide her this day.
A Golden Eagle Feather ~ My Gift
Tradition says that A Golden Eagle Feather Is the highest tribute To any tribal member… It can only be given To those who have earned Never to be taken from This Sacred Bird…
Statement of the Tetuwan Oyate, Teton Sioux Nation Treaty Council
In the fall of 1875, the United States government issued an ultimatum to a nation of people that stood in the way of their advancement across the North American continent. The Lakota people were given a few weeks to leave … Continue reading
Arrest finally made in the death of Native American activist Anna Mae Pictou-Aquash
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — Federal agents arrested a man in the slaying of an American Indian Movement activist whose frozen body was found on a reservation more than a quarter-century ago. Arlo Looking Cloud, 49, was arrested Monday in Denver … Continue reading
More than 12,000 Natives in military
KEYWORDS: Iraq war native american warriors american indians in the military american Indian tribes in Iraq war There are more than 12,000 American Indians, Alaska Natives and Canadian Aboriginals serving in the U.S. military, according to data published in the … Continue reading