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At dawn on November 29, 1864, approximately 675 U.S. volunteer soldiers commanded by Colonel John M. Chivington attacked a village of about 750 Cheyenne...

Why the Ancient Egyptians Loved Their Kitties

A show opening at the Sackler dramatizes the various meanings that the people of Egypt once associated with cats Long, long ago, the ancient Egyptian...

What Led Benjamin Franklin to Live Estranged From His Wife for...

What Led Benjamin Franklin to Live Estranged From His Wife for Nearly Two Decades? A stunning new theory suggests that a debate over the failed...

Congressman, Native American: When political correctness runs amok — erasing our...

https://youtu.be/IX-dUMrMEF4 Growing debate over the removal of Confederate monuments The conversation happening in our nation in light of recent events is more about political correctness than...

Ten Little Indians: A Genocidal Nursery Rhyme

Historical literature describes history of genocide, ‘Ten Little Indians’ won’t go away No matter what the premise of anything called Ten Little Indians, it is...

A description and brief history of the Native American religion.

Native American religion is hard to explain. This is because there were very many tribes the religious principles were passed down verbally. Many of...

Learn about the history of the Cherokee Indians.

The Cherokee Indians were one of the largest of five Native American tribes who settled in the American Southeast portion of the country. The...

How Would You Respond If You Couldn’t Wear This at Your...

Did you hear about this girl's struggle for her moccasins to be accepted as approved footwear for her high school graduation ceremony? The dress...

The Day Trump Proved Once and For All He’s The Dumbest...

Popular vote loser Donald Trump says a lot of stupid things. So many, in fact, that someday somebody will write volumes containing nothing but...

Stealing Children: A Look at Indigenous Child Removal Policies

Tragic ignorance! Many non-indigenous mothers “really thought that indigenous women didn’t mother properly" Craig Chandler/University Communications/University of Nebraska-Lincoln Margaret Jacobs, professor of history and director of...

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