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Vi Waln: December a difficult month for tribes in the Great Plains (12/21)
December is a difficult month for the tribes living in the Great Plains. Winters are often very harsh here and the extremely poor conditions many of our people live in make day-to-day survival much harder. Subzero temperatures and massive blizzards...

Letter: Non-Indians also victimized during American expansion (12/16)
"I would like to comment on a recent column written by Julie Mack, “Columbus should be remembered, but how?” in which she mentions finding a "90-year-old carving on a stone pillar" on the Michigan Avenue bridge in Chicago. She states...

Presbyterians plan apology for 1763 massacre in Pennsylvania (10/07)
The Presbytery of Donegal in Pennsylvania will offer a public apology for the massacre of a small tribe in 1763. Some men from the Presbyterian Church participated in an attack that left 20 Conestoga Indians dead in December 1763. The...

Rick Green: May 26, 1673, the day of the Pequot Massacre (05/26)
"The surprise attack by Capt. John Mason, along with Mohegan warriors, began before dawn on May 26, 1637. Mason set fire to an Indian village along the Mystic River killing at least 500, most of them women and children. Mason's...

Opinion: Hearts torn again at Wounded Knee massacre site (05/06)
"The only thing worse than poor communication is no communication. That's what happened on the Pine Ridge Reservation this weekend at Wounded Knee - where, perhaps, the greatest miscommunication and, unquestionably, one of the greatest tragedies in American history occurred....

Editorial: Incident shows need to learn about Indian people (05/05)
"It seems as though overreaction successfully was avoided last weekend after a controversy at the Wounded Knee memorial. The Colorado Army National Guard unit seeking to land its helicopters at the site didn't know much about the site's history. In...

Army unit wanted to learn from Wounded Knee 'mistakes' (05/04)
The Colorado Army National Guard wanted to learn from the "mistakes" of the past with a visit to the Oglala Sioux Tribe of South Dakota. But the unit was turned away when three helicopters tried to land on the...

Oglala Sioux leader apologizes for mixup at massacre site (05/03)
Oglala Sioux Tribe President Theresa Two Bulls apologized today for a mix-up that led to a protest at the Wounded Knee massacre site on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. Two Bulls invited a unit from the National Guard...

Northwestern Band commemorates 1863 massacre (02/08)
The Northwestern Band of the Shoshone Nation marked the anniversary of the 1863 Bear River Massacre last month. On January 29, 1863, the U.S. Army made a surprise attack on the small tribe along the Bear River in present-day...

Tim Giago: No honor in 1890 massacre at Wounded Knee (01/18)
The United States Army has a flag with battle streamers that it breaks out for important parades and celebrations. One streamer is inscribed, “Pine Ridge 1890 – 1891.” The battle streamer refers to the campaign that occurred on the Pine...

Tim Giago: Brown's classic 'Bury My Heart' turns 40 (12/17)
"When Dee Brown wrote his book “Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee,” he could not have known that it would become a classic. This year, an illustrated 40th anniversary edition was published in hardback. It is a beautiful book and...

Tribes recognized for preserving massacre sites (10/16)
The National Trust for Historic Preservation honored the Northern Cheyenne Tribe, the Northern Arapaho Tribe and the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes for their work to preserve two massacre sites. The tribes work closely with the National Park Service to ensure...

Opinion: See history at Custer massacre site (10/14)
"Time has dimmed their memories but never their history. There always is a story to be told. In western Oklahoma, amid the grassy hills that roll beneath the more prominent Antelope Hills and where the tributaries of the Washita River...

Twelve from Awa Tribe massacred in Colombia (08/27)
Twelve members of the Awa Tribe in Colombia were massacred by armed men, according to news reports. The early morning attack on the Gran Rosario reserve resulted in the deaths of seven adults and five children. Authorities are searching...

Column: Utah won't apologize for Indian massacre (02/18)
"Utah officials were more than happy to accept the apologies of the Illinois Legislature when it passed a resolution five years ago expressing regret for the way its citizens ran the Mormons out in the 1840s after the murder of...