Map showing the Republic of Lakotah, as dictated by the 1858 Treaty of Fort Laramie.

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Youth and Education News

September 1, 2013 Headlines

US Overhauls Process For Recognizing Indian Tribes

  Breakthrough DNA Study Links B.C. Woman And 5,500-Year-Old "Grandmother"  

The Mohawks Who Built Manhattan

2013 Potawatomi "Trail of Death" Commemorative Caravan

  Navajo Code Talker David Patterson Takes Military Honors at MLB All-Star Game

PathFinders Novels For Teen Readers

 Native American Charter School Finds Home On Indian School Campus

 Young Native Writers Contest Winners Announced  

Grants Pave Way For Native American Teachers

NIEA & Harvard Study Shows Promising Practices For Effective Teaching  

Tribal Colleges Demonstrate Winning Strategies for Prosperity in Indian Country

   Two More Indian Health Service Hospitals Designated As Baby-Friendly  

Native American Myopathy: A Breakthrough In A Rare Disease That Only Affects Lumbees

World Indigenous Conference: Melding Conservation and Land Rights  

 Science vs. Traditional Knowledge In Climate Change: Can't We All Just Get Along?   


Former Jamestown College Prof Bases Games On N.D. Tribes

25 Magazine Covers Featuring Beautiful Native Americans

 Navajo Speech Comes To Life In 'Star Wars'  

Must-See Video: Taiwanese Animators Take On The Racist Redskins

10 Things Native Americans Can Do Better Than You

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