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Filed Under: Environment
Wind farm opposed by Wampanoag tribes secures more funds (02/27)
The developer of a wind farm opposed by two Massachusetts tribes secured $600 million in funding, putting the project closer to its $2.5 billion goal.

Filed Under: Politics
Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe reports result of council election (02/10)
The Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe of Massachusetts held a council election on Sunday and women continue to represent a majority of the leadership.

Filed Under: Law | Recognition
Nipmuc Nation sues BIA over federal recognition decision (01/27)
The Nipmuc Nation of Massachusetts is suing the Bureau of Indian Affairs in hopes of gaining federal recognition.

Filed Under: Law | Politics
Judge hears Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe election lawsuit (01/15)
The Bureau of Indian Affairs asked a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit over alleged election irregularities within the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe of Massachusetts.

Filed Under: Opinion | Sports
Editorial: New year and new name for Washington team (01/14)
Massachusetts newspaper calls on new name for the Washington professional football team.

Filed Under: Opinion
Column: Tribes show long presence on Massachusetts coast (11/14)
Pam Peterson, the director of the Marblehead Museum, shares some history about tribal people in Massachusetts.

Filed Under: Politics
Aquinnah Wampanoag Tribe to hold election for chairman post (11/08)
Members of the Aquinnah Wampanoag Tribe of Massachusetts will go to the polls on November 17 to elect a chairman.

Filed Under: Education
Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe to start language immersion school (11/07)
The Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe of Massachusetts plans to open a language immersion school in 2015.

Filed Under: Environment | National
Billionaire battles wind energy project off Massachusetts coast (10/23)
William Koch, a wealthy businessman who is ranked as the 122nd richest person in the US, is battling controversial wind farm off the coast of Massachusetts.

Filed Under: Education
Wampanoag student at Harvard known for poetry in languages (09/17)
A Wampanoag man who was the last Indian student at Harvard College during the colonial era is being remembered as a skilled poet.

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