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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.
By St. Francis Mission
A seven-day institute for those engaged in Native American ministry will be held at the Sioux Spiritual Center in Plainview, S.D., June 18 - June 25. Five members of the St. Francis Mission staff at Rosebud Reservation will attend as speakers.
By Macdonell-Williamson House
Indigenous Fiber Artist Vera Longtoe Sheehan Replicates Historical Pieces
By Agenda
Akela, New Mexico —On May 10, Fort Sill Apache Tribal Chairman Jeff Haozous was elected Vice President of the Apache Alliance.
By Montana State University
A summer course at Montana State University in Bozeman teaches students to process animal skins using a traditional Northern Plains method to produce buckskin leather and a traditional decorated parfleche container.
By StuART Drums
Stu Braks, creator of the StuART Drums art company, was featured in Western Art Collector magazine which details an upcoming art show during Memorial Day weekend in Prescott, Az.
By Seminole Tribe of Florida
The Native Learning Center has added new presentations that focuses on Strengthening Tribal Communities into the Future to it's 5th Annual Summer Conference Agenda.
By Fort Sill Apache Tribe
Today, the Doña Ana County Board of  Commissioners formally approved a resolution supporting the Fort Sill Apache’s return to its New Mexico Homelands and its economic development and job creation efforts through the planned casino in Akela, NM.
By Tribal Solutions Inc.
Tribal Solutions Inc., a global manufacturer of precision machining parts and a parts distributer for the aerospace and aviation industries, recently received approval for a Part 145 Repair Station by the Federal Aviation Administration...
By Native Learning Center
The conference will present a variety of session focusing on Strengthening Tribal Communities into the Future.
By Pow Wow Marketing
Las Vegas, Nevada - March 11, 2013 – POW WOW MARKETING, (powwowmarketing.com) a 100% Native American-owned company, was named the “official” text message provider for National RES 2013 (National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development)...
By National Indian Gaming Association
Panel Discusses Regional Resolutions Calling For Obama Native Nations Policy
By Native Learning Center
The Native Learning Center (NLC) is happy to announce new team member Staci Eagle Elk (Osage Nation). The NLC team we will continue to be dedicated to the development of cultural and quality of life skills for all Native and Indigenous people.
By National Indian Gaming Association
NIGA Chairman Ernie Stevens Jr praises Jefferson Keel's State of Indian Nations Address
By National Indian Gaming Association
President Obama’s Speech is Relevant for Indian Country Regarding Business and Jobs Growth.
By StuART Drums
StuART Drums provides handmade, authentic hoop drums. These are crafted by Stu Braks, the artist of StuART Drums.
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.
By National Indian Gaming Association
Summit Brings Together Tribal Leaders on Eve of White House Tribal Nations Conference.
By Q&CY Books
Cherokee Talisman flows between savagery and tenderness as it recreates the neglected history that existed when one nation was born and another almost died.
By Strategic Book Group
Obsidian Wolf is an engaging new novel about supernatural events emanating from a strange carving that holds evil properties.
By North Carolina American Indian Health Board
New network of American Indian physicians to advocate for improving health disparities meeting in Lumberton today. Speakers: Dr. Anthony Cannon, a national diabetes expert and Lou Brock, Nat'l Baseball Hall of Fame, and living with diabetes.
By Big Navajo Energy, LLC
Window Rock, AZ (October 12, 2012) – Big Navajo Energy (BNE), a Utah-based renewable energy company, announces it is a 100-percent Navajo owned-and-operated company focused on the development and deployment of efficient power generation technology.
By IRiDiAN Group
The St. Francis Mission, on the Rosebud Reservation in South Dakota, is opening a new dental clinic. The clinic is designed to help in a humanitarian disaster - the lack of adequate dental care - on the Rosebud Reservation.
By About California State University San Marcos
San Marcos, CA— The state of California Indian education will highlight the 27th Annual California Indian Conference on Friday, Oct. 5 and Saturday, Oct. 6 at California State University San Marcos (CSUSM).
By F. H. Grissino, Author
Book Title: "When Horses Fly" - The Karankawa of Terlingua, 68 pages, price 7.95 available now on Createspace at: www.createspace.com/3777438
By Native Learning Center
The Grant Researching & Proposal Writing in Indian Country Workshop will provided ways to write grants, research grants, and seek private and federal grants.
By Bear Clan Brown Family Farm
Join us for the 3rd Annual Gathering of the Tribes in East Greenbush at the Brown Family Farm. Fun for all ages and very affordable. Child friendly activities.
By Ritchie White
Third annual Spirit of the Wolf Native American Festival, Aug. 25th and 26th 23 Pine St. Extension, Broadalbin, NY 12025. Featuring, the Aztec Fire Dancers, Flute Player Robert Kunnaway, and Beyond Human, Inc. A Wildlife/Exotic animal education.
By Native Learning Center
The Native Learning Center Launches its first Live Webinar On Kerretv Online, an online environment for learning!
By Savant Books and Publications
Savant Books and Publications LLC, Honolulu, Hawaii, announces the release of A. G. Hayes' detective murder-mystery novel, "Who's Killing All the Lawyers?" in multiple eBook formats
By Lee Enterprises Consulting Inc
Experienced Alternative and Renewable Fuels Expert to Lead New Division
By NarroWay Productions
See, hear, touch, taste and smell -- engage all your senses in a unique, fun-filled experience at the Native American Festival on July 14 at the NarroWay Theatre!
By McAward Productions, Inc.
McAward Productions has started a fund raising campaign to complete production of a documentary, entitled Vanishing Culture, on the native inhabitants of Alaska.
By NarroWay Productions
Saturday, June 16, Native American Flutist Adrian Bailey will perform live at the NarroWay Theatre prior to the inspiring, Apache-influenced show, "Wounded Warrior."
By Strategic Book Group
Learn about Native American culture through the eyes of a child in the stirring new novel "Billy and the Spirit Dancer."
By NarroWay Productions
Friday, May 18, Ronnie Beck from the Catawba Indian nation will perform authentic Native American dances onstage at the NarroWay Theatre prior to the performance of "Wounded Warrior."
By Member of the Think Tank
This inter-disciplinary think tank explored the American Indian medical patient experience through a multi-perspective lens. It was a journey through the issues and complexity involved in providing a patient experience within a health care setting.
By Jon Faivre
Researching her dad's manuscript that chronicles alcoholism in their Native American culture, Zella uncovers evidence that her father was murdered and searches for the truth. Support BlissPath on Kickstarter.com today.
By Michael Woestehoff, NIGA
The National Indian Gaming Association brought over 5,800 attendees to the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, California for their annual convention and tradeshow.
By University of Missouri–St. Louis
Dovie Thomason, a Lakota and Kiowa Apache, and featured teller at the upcoming 33rd Annual St. Louis Storytelling Festival, explores this tragic chapter in our nation’s history.
By ndnsports.com
NDNSPORTS.COM website relaunches its website with a new design and continues providing the most up-to-date information on Native American athletes.
By Michael Woestehoff, NIGA
San Diego, CA (April 4, 2012) – For the first time ever, a entire tribal nation has received the Wendell A. Chino Humanitarian Award at the National Indian Gaming Association’s 2012 Indian Gaming Tradeshow & Convention.
By Scarlet Raven Texting
Scarlet Raven Texting (SRTexting.com) will be providing text message marketing for the National Indian Gaming Association Tradeshow in San Diego, CA, April 1-4. SRTexting is a Native American owned mobile marketing provider for the casino industry.
By Maryglenn McCombs
"Skeleton Picnic" will be available nationwide on April 3, 2012
By LINFIELD COLLEGE
Millions of potential college students aren’t sure how to navigate the system of higher education, but it’s possible for anyone to go to college, says Michael Reyes of Linfield College.
By NCAIHB
Organization grows as it aims to eliminate health disparities among the largest population of American Indians east of the Mississippi River
By Steve Cantrell
They Wove for Horses: Diné Saddle Blankets opens at the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture March 25, 2012 highlighting the textile-weaving proficiency of Diné weavers and design skills of Diné silversmiths dazzling headstalls of silver and turquoise.
By LostWorlds.org
Ancient city constructed around 2300 B.C. featured three neighborhoods each surrounded by circular walls twenty feet in height constructed from tons of seashells. Earliest pottery in North America also found buried in the remains of this lost city.



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