Edward S. Curtis thought he was capturing a 'vanishing race' when he set off for a mission to the American West.
Joe Pakootas served in a similar role for the Colville Tribes of Washington.
The trbe has been named an Oklahoma Clean Community for two years in a row.
Patrick Duffy, the superintendent on the Crow Creek Sioux Reservation, has made a full recovery.
Navajo Nation works on agreement to address horse population (June 5, 2015)
The Foundation to Protect New Mexico Wildlife wants to help the tribe prevent horses from being shipped to slaughterhouses.
The district attorney disputes a claim that his office won't go after operations with under 200 plants.
Christian Titman, 18, proudly wore the eagle feather that was a gift from his father and his grandfather.
Many newspaper editors in South Dakota and North Dakota sort of shrink back into themselves when it comes to discussing the race relations between Indians and whites in their respective states.
The Northern Plains Cowboy Classic rodeo at Lame Deer, Montana, kicked off the 2015 Indian rodeo season.
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