Native Village
Youth and Education news
November 1, 2010, Volume 1

"For a subject worked and reworked so often in novels, motion pictures, and television, American Indians remain probably the least understood and most misunderstood Americans of us all."   John F. Kennedy, President of the United States

John F. Kennedy, President of the United States and Stephen "Talkhouse" Pharaoh, Montauk

Paraguay Hopes to Shield Tribe from Outside World

Smithsonian Reaches Out to Indigenous People with Language Effort1

One of the Last Remaining to Speak Oneida Language Dies at 100

Shinnecock Indian Nation Wins Federal Recognition

N.W.T. Elder Awarded Bravery Medal

Winners of 2010 Class of Native American 40 Under 40

History Mystery: Lost U.S. Colony Found at Last?

 Native Hawaiians Served on Both Sides of Civil War

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