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By Vermont Abenaki Artists Association
Native American artists will be exhibiting and demonstrating their art as well as performing traditional music and dances at the Abenaki Heritage Celebration at Lake Champlain Maritime Museum (LCMM) on June 27 and 28.
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.
By NALC
NALC Receives Three-Year Grant to Preserve Old Woman Mountains Preserve. Blessing and Tour Set for Saturday, May 23rd
By Balboni Communications Group, LLC
Jason Blue Lake Hawk Martinez to Exhibit in Both Albany and Troy This Month
By True Sioux Hope Foundation
True Sioux Hope Foundation to Facilitate Unprecedented, Permanent, Positive Change for the Sioux Tribe in South Dakota by Providing Much-Needed Funding for Education and Infrastructure
By Spirit Creek Productions
(Los Angeles CA.) Spirit Creek Productions and RFA Productions have teamed up to make the short film "An Exercise From Winter Count".
By American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association
Memorandum of Understanding set in place for education and development of sustainable Tribal tourism
By Josh Stout
One of the hottest selling up and coming American artists. Josh Stout will be releasing new work at the ORU Maybee Center during the 37th annual IICOT Powwow of the Champions in Tulsa, OK which runs from Friday evening August 8th, all day Saturday,...
By Paula Margulies Communications
Book publicist Paula Margulies announces the release of her historical novel, Favorite Daughter, Part One, a first-person retelling of the life story of the famous Native American legend, Pocahontas.
By Newcomb Pennington Brewery
“We, as a company, are honored to be helping bring economic development opportunities to Native American Nations throughout the U.S.; Native American Nations have some of the greatest challenges to face and overcome of any community in the U.S.
By NAIPEC
The Native American intellectual Property Enterprise Council (NAIPEC) has announced that it has invited renowned Strategic, Operational and Business Analytics Executive, Constantine Dantoulis, to join its advisory council.
By Loconeal Select
Sartaya, a historical fantasy novel about Earth's early people by Ohio author, Donald F. McGee.
By Mother Earth Drum
Welcome to our 10th Annual Mother Earth Native American Festival. June 14th and 15th Featuring Flute Player Robert Kunnaway. Join us in celebrating Mother Earth
By Wolf Clan NY
Welcome to our 5th annual Spirit of the Wolf Native American Festival, Aug. 23th and 24th Pine Park, Rt. 29, Broadalbin, NY 12025. Featuring, the Aztec Fire Dancers, Flute Player Roy Peters, and Beyond Human, Inc. A Wildlife/Exotic animal education.
By ArtemisGalleryLIVE.com
A true variety sale showcasing authentic ancient and ethnographic art with a few vintage items thrown in to add a “modern” twist. All lots guaranteed as described or your money back!
By ArtemisGalleryLIVE.com
Artemis Gallery LIVE is cleaning house with a specialty auction featuring a wide array of ancient / ethnographic art from all over the world, all at unreserved prices.
By Caveworks Press and Studios
Caveworks Press publishes Manifestation Wolverine by Ray Young Bear
By Chickasaw Nation Video Network
High-Definition Digital Network Preserves the Chickasaw Culture and Highlights the Contributions of the Chickasaw People
By monorchid
For the best month of art in Phoenix The monOrchid features a retrospective of the work of Douglas Miles and Apache Skateboards.
By Beans in the Belfry Meeting Place & Cafe
Stunning videos of breathtaking and iconic landscapes from around the world serve as a soothing backdrop for a memorable evening of beautiful music.

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By Artemis Gallery
New Marketplace section offers authentic antiquities at irresistible price points
By Vermont Abenaki Artists Association
Native American artists will be exhibiting and demonstrating their art as well as performing traditional music and dances at the Abenaki Heritage Celebration at Lake Champlain Maritime Museum (LCMM) on June 27 and 28.
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.
By Adelphi University
Award for Capacity and Partnership Building Will Focus on Native American Health and Wellness: Reservation-Based Diabetes and Obesity Prevention
By NALC
NALC Receives Three-Year Grant to Preserve Old Woman Mountains Preserve. Blessing and Tour Set for Saturday, May 23rd
By Moterwriter Writing Solutions
Powerful narration and writing make author Ann W. Jarvie’s historical fiction come alive
By Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa
Intertwined, Stories of Splintered Pasts: Shan Goshorn & Sarah Sense runs through July 5, 2015.
By Balboni Communications Group, LLC
Jason Blue Lake Hawk Martinez to Exhibit in Both Albany and Troy This Month
By True Sioux Hope Foundation
True Sioux Hope Foundation to Facilitate Unprecedented, Permanent, Positive Change for the Sioux Tribe in South Dakota by Providing Much-Needed Funding for Education and Infrastructure
By Smashwords
New Children’s Travel Fiction Book Highlights Key Family Fun Locations
By Spirit Creek Productions
(Los Angeles CA.) Spirit Creek Productions and RFA Productions have teamed up to make the short film "An Exercise From Winter Count".
By American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association
Memorandum of Understanding set in place for education and development of sustainable Tribal tourism
By Josh Stout
One of the hottest selling up and coming American artists. Josh Stout will be releasing new work at the ORU Maybee Center during the 37th annual IICOT Powwow of the Champions in Tulsa, OK which runs from Friday evening August 8th, all day Saturday,...
By Paula Margulies Communications
Book publicist Paula Margulies announces the release of her historical novel, Favorite Daughter, Part One, a first-person retelling of the life story of the famous Native American legend, Pocahontas.
By Newcomb Pennington Brewery
“We, as a company, are honored to be helping bring economic development opportunities to Native American Nations throughout the U.S.; Native American Nations have some of the greatest challenges to face and overcome of any community in the U.S.
By Jessica Leigh
The Path to Self-Publishing is a Learning Experience for Romance Novelist Jessica Leigh
By NAIPEC
The Native American intellectual Property Enterprise Council (NAIPEC) has announced that it has invited renowned Strategic, Operational and Business Analytics Executive, Constantine Dantoulis, to join its advisory council.
By AIANTA
American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association Provides Insight into Cultural Tourism Planning for Economic Success at New Mexico’s Annual Summit
By Loconeal Select
Sartaya, a historical fantasy novel about Earth's early people by Ohio author, Donald F. McGee.
By Mother Earth Drum
Welcome to our 10th Annual Mother Earth Native American Festival. June 14th and 15th Featuring Flute Player Robert Kunnaway. Join us in celebrating Mother Earth
By Wolf Clan NY
Welcome to our 5th annual Spirit of the Wolf Native American Festival, Aug. 23th and 24th Pine Park, Rt. 29, Broadalbin, NY 12025. Featuring, the Aztec Fire Dancers, Flute Player Roy Peters, and Beyond Human, Inc. A Wildlife/Exotic animal education.
By ArtemisGalleryLIVE.com
A true variety sale showcasing authentic ancient and ethnographic art with a few vintage items thrown in to add a “modern” twist. All lots guaranteed as described or your money back!
By Intermedia Touch
The once named “Comedian of the Decade” by TIME magazine, Jimmie Walker has signed on to host Intermedia Touch’s “Cash Clips” game show with his jive-style comedic personality.
By ArtemisGalleryLIVE.com
Artemis Gallery LIVE is cleaning house with a specialty auction featuring a wide array of ancient / ethnographic art from all over the world, all at unreserved prices.
By BookBuzz.net
Washington State Native Americans Write Illustrate Children’s Book A Pacific Northwest Folk Tale Native American author, Keith Egawa is pleased to announce the release of his new children’s book, Tani’s Search for the Heart.
By Caveworks Press and Studios
Caveworks Press publishes Manifestation Wolverine by Ray Young Bear
By Chickasaw Nation Video Network
High-Definition Digital Network Preserves the Chickasaw Culture and Highlights the Contributions of the Chickasaw People
By monorchid
For the best month of art in Phoenix The monOrchid features a retrospective of the work of Douglas Miles and Apache Skateboards.
By Stylish Turquoise Jewelry
With a fantastic selection, shoppers can find beautiful items at Stylish Turquoise Jewelry.
By Beans in the Belfry Meeting Place & Cafe
Stunning videos of breathtaking and iconic landscapes from around the world serve as a soothing backdrop for a memorable evening of beautiful music.
By Native Learning Center
The Native Learning Center (NLC), a Seminole Tribe of Florida program dedicated to the development of cultural and quality of life skills for all Native and Indigenous people, is pleased to present its Training for Building Sustainable Communities in...
By Brighton Publishing LLC
Crafted from a unique perspective of Native American history, author Paul PG delivers “The Baptist: A Native American Odyssey”—an insightful journey of Christian strength, love, and understanding
By The Music Cafe
Stunning videos of breathtaking and iconic landscapes from around the world serve as a soothing backdrop for a memorable evening of beautiful music.
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 Nurse Response
As a provider of multilingual telehealth services to American Indian populations, Nurse Response is pleased to bring awareness to the sacrifices and historical significance of the population.
By National Indian Gaming Association
A national poster celebrating unity and collaboration for Native American Heritage Month, has been released as a free download.
By PineCone-Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
The Haliwa-Saponi artist will perform a free concert in Daniels Auditorium on Sunday, Nov. 10, 2013 at 3 p.m.
By Vermont Abenaki Artists Association
For information contact: Vera Longtoe Sheehan Vermont Abenaki Artists Association 8O2-579-OO49 http://abenakiart.org/ Vermont’s Indigenous Artists Unite After successfully winning State recognition in 2011 and 2012, the artists of Vermont’s Elnu,...
By Young Illustration
Illustrator Nick Young Releases Book, Coyote & Crow, Exclusively On Tablet Devices
By CD Publications
Join us 10/17/13, 2-3:15 p.m., for “Winning Funding for Native American Programs in Uncertain Times,” a special, exclusive audio conference focusing on what this year's Congressional budget impasse will mean to programs serving Native Americans.
By Seneca Salve
Seneca Salve, a family owned and operated business in Jamestown, NY, is releasing a new product for animals.  The product is “Seneca Salve Animal Aid,” which is an authentic topical healing and drawing salve for animals.
By Eastwood Bio-Medical Canada, Inc
Eleotin being introduced into Native American & First Nation Communities to aid in the fight against Diabetes.
By Seneca Salve
For generations, Native Americans across the United States have been using natural herbs to heal all sorts of aches, pains, and illnesses.  Herbs have long been used in natural remedies, based on Native American beliefs of healthy living.
By Michael Howard
A fantasy adventure novel based on Native American myths and legends.
By Native American Report
Interior Sec’y Sally Jewell on Monday (July 29) convenes the inaugural meeting of the White House Council on Native American Affairs.
By Seminole Tribe of Florida
Now hosted in Tulsa, Ok this four-day Indian Housing Training Conference will provide housing professionals with the tools to maintain good homes, improve public safety, and provide essential building blocks to a healthy community in Indian Country.
By Native Learning Center
The Seminole Tribe of Florida Native Learning Center is excited to expand its learning opportunities on Kerretv (Creek word for "Learning") Online, our online learning environment. Take advantage of this 4-Day Webinar Series.
By Wilderness Publishing
Welcome to our 4th annual Spirit of the Wolf Native American Festival, Aug. 24th and 25th Pine Park, Rt. 29, Broadalbin, NY 12025. Featuring, the Aztec Fire Dancers, Flute Player Roy Peters, and Beyond Human, Inc. A Wildlife/Exotic animal education.
By Passer Press
July 4, 2013: (Plantsville, CT) Passer Press announced today the release of its most recent title: The Dark Horse Speaks by Little White Bird.
By Managed Business Solutions
Managed Business Solutions President and CEO, Jon Duncan was elected as Chairman of the Board of Directors for One Nation Walking Together. One Nation was founded in 1997 to help Native Americans living on reservations.


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