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By American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association
18th Annual American Indian Tourism Conference September 12-14 at Tulalip Resort Casino
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By Wisdom Tales Press
Children's book The Hunter's Promise: An Abenaki Tale by Joseph Bruchac and illustrated by Bill Farnsworth was named Foreword Reviews' 2015 INDIEFAB Book of the Year Awards Finalist Today, Wisdom Tales press is pleased to announce The Hunter's Promise...
By MSU Extended Unviersity
Montana State University offers a popular online graduate course called "American Indian Art Survey" starting May 18. The course explores the unique arts of North American indigenous peoples.
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By Wisdom Tales Press
Coming in June! Red Cloud’s War Brave Eagle’s Account of the Fetterman Fight Written by Paul Goble Foreword by Robert Lewis The year was 1866, the Civil War had just ended, and the Bozeman Trail was the shortest route for prospectors to reach the...
By American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association
Four New American Indian Tourism Leaders Nominated to Join American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association Leadership; Additional Nomination Still Being Accepted
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By American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association
Memorandum of Understanding set in place for education and development of sustainable Tribal tourism
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By Yellow Peril Gallery
Mixed-media collages exploring African American and Native American stereotypes and identity by James Montford
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By Salem College
Native American artist will explore the convergence of public art and social practice Exhibition dates: April 4—April 28 Craft talk: April 10 Mary Davis Holt Gallery, Elberson Fine Arts Center
By American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association
New President Has a Grand Vision for the Future of Tribal Tourism
By Montana State University Extended University
Montana State University has added several new faculty members to its online Native American Studies program, including an author, a former board member of the American Indian College Fund, and an award-winning professor emeritus.
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By Pueblo Grande Museum Auxiliary
Mark your calendar for a fun-filled weekend as the Pueblo Grande Museum Auxiliary hosts the 37th Annual Indian Market on December 14 & 15, 2013. The market will be held on the site of Pueblo Grande Museum at 4619 E. Washington St., Phoenix.
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By AntiquesYes.com
A rare doorknob cast with a buffalo head as well as the door plate designed with American Indian motifs was found in the bottom of box lot at a Virginia auction January 2013. This historic hardware has been traced back to the U.S.
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By Strategic Book Group
"Utah’s Stolen Treasures" is a book that was inspired by three American Indian shields discovered by author Gene Covington’s grandparents in Wayne County, Utah back in 1926.
By NCAIHB
Organization grows as it aims to eliminate health disparities among the largest population of American Indians east of the Mississippi River

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By Wisdom Tales Press
Imagine a childhood full of adventure. Where riding horses, playing in the woods, and hunting for food was part of everyday life; where a grizzly bear, a raccoon, or a squirrel was your favorite pet.
By American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association
18th Annual American Indian Tourism Conference September 12-14 at Tulalip Resort Casino
12545159
By Wisdom Tales Press
Children's book The Hunter's Promise: An Abenaki Tale by Joseph Bruchac and illustrated by Bill Farnsworth was named Foreword Reviews' 2015 INDIEFAB Book of the Year Awards Finalist Today, Wisdom Tales press is pleased to announce The Hunter's Promise...
By Wisdom Tales Press
Whispers of the Wolf Written and Illustrated by Pauline Ts’o Foreword by Rosemary Apple Blossom Lonewolf Preface by Vivian Arviso Deloria A young boy named Two Birds had found the abandoned wolf pup and they had grown up together side by side.
By American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association
Grand Canyon Desert View Watchtower and Visitor Area Intertribal Interpretive project made possible by $500,000 ArtPlace America Grant
By American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association
Registration Open for 2015 American Indian Tourism Conference September 13 – 17 at Sky Ute Casino Resort Hosted by Southern Ute Tribe
By Wisdom Tales Press
Join us for the exciting story of a brave young Cheyenne girl who helps her people A terrible drought was threatening to wipe out Stands-by-Herself’s Cheyenne people.
By MSU Extended Unviersity
Montana State University offers a popular online graduate course called "American Indian Art Survey" starting May 18. The course explores the unique arts of North American indigenous peoples.
12454158
By Wisdom Tales Press
Coming in June! Red Cloud’s War Brave Eagle’s Account of the Fetterman Fight Written by Paul Goble Foreword by Robert Lewis The year was 1866, the Civil War had just ended, and the Bozeman Trail was the shortest route for prospectors to reach the...
By Wisdom Tales Press
Can an act of kindness change you? According to an ancient legend attributed to the Cherokee Indians, pine trees stay green throughout the winter because of the generosity they showed towards an injured little sparrow.
By American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association
Four New American Indian Tourism Leaders Nominated to Join American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association Leadership; Additional Nomination Still Being Accepted
12358347
By American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association
Memorandum of Understanding set in place for education and development of sustainable Tribal tourism
12316599
By Yellow Peril Gallery
Mixed-media collages exploring African American and Native American stereotypes and identity by James Montford
12302221
By Salem College
Native American artist will explore the convergence of public art and social practice Exhibition dates: April 4—April 28 Craft talk: April 10 Mary Davis Holt Gallery, Elberson Fine Arts Center
By American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association
New President Has a Grand Vision for the Future of Tribal Tourism
By Montana State University Extended University
Montana State University has added several new faculty members to its online Native American Studies program, including an author, a former board member of the American Indian College Fund, and an award-winning professor emeritus.
By Wisdom Tales Press
The Otter, The Spotted Frog and The Great Flood; A Creek Indian Story
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By Pueblo Grande Museum Auxiliary
Mark your calendar for a fun-filled weekend as the Pueblo Grande Museum Auxiliary hosts the 37th Annual Indian Market on December 14 & 15, 2013. The market will be held on the site of Pueblo Grande Museum at 4619 E. Washington St., Phoenix.
By Author david C. Dillon
New view point for a western. Story is seen through a Native's eyes.
By Men's Health Network
The Men’s Health Braintrust gathered more than 40 national health leaders on May 3rd in Washington, DC to continue the high-level discussions on how to improve the health and wellbeing of boys, men, and their families.
By Men's Health Network
Stakeholders dedicated to raising awareness on health disparities among American Indian&laska Native males collaborated with Men’s Health Network to develop a brief report titled: A Vision of Wellness and Health Equity for AI/AN Boys and Men
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By AntiquesYes.com
A rare doorknob cast with a buffalo head as well as the door plate designed with American Indian motifs was found in the bottom of box lot at a Virginia auction January 2013. This historic hardware has been traced back to the U.S.
By Montana State University Extended University
An online graduate course from Montana State University covers federal Indian law and policy from the Constitution to present day. The class is open to anyone with a bachelor's degree.
By Kim Strand Co.
New online site launched to network and connect Tribal governments and Native professionals.
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By Strategic Book Group
"Utah’s Stolen Treasures" is a book that was inspired by three American Indian shields discovered by author Gene Covington’s grandparents in Wayne County, Utah back in 1926.
By Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina
Tribal Chairman Paul Brooks supports and celebrates the 125th anniversary of the University of North Carolina at Pembroke
By Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina
Strengthening tribal culture, heritage and identity are paramount goals for Tribal Chairman Paul Brooks
By Pueblo Grande Museum
Pueblo Grande Museum celebrates the 2nd Annual National Archaeology Day with free museum admission, demonstrations, tours, and children's activities.
By Pueblo Grande Museum
Two class workshop on the history of Native Peoples and beading, resulting in the creation of a unique drawstring pouch.
By NCAIHB
NCAIHB in partnership with the Maya Angelou Center for Health Equity at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, and Health Career Connection of Oakland, CA, celebrates the graduation of the first class of NC interns.

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