In Arapaho Journeys, photographer Sara Wiles assembles 30 years' worth of photos and stories about life on Wyoming's Wind River Reservation.
Aug 05, 2012
A loop around the Four Corners, where Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona and Utah meet, leads into a land of both historical and geological friction.
by Jonathan Thompson,
Jul 05, 2012
A recent court ruling on the ceremonial killing of eagles
by American Indians collides with the Endangered Species Act,
possibly sending the issue to the Supreme Court
by Brodie Farquhar,
Nov 13, 2006
North Dakota's Three Affiliated Tribes have long wanted a stake in the state's occasional oil booms, but the size, scope and speed of the Bakken development caught them completely unprepared.
by Sierra Crane-Murdoch,
Apr 23, 2012
In North Dakota, the Three Affiliated Tribes are trying to cope with both the benefits and the unexpected problems brought by the Bakken oil rush.
by Sarah Gilman,
Apr 15, 2012
Reba Teran is painstakingly building an audio dictionary
of spoken Shoshone, hoping to save both her language and her
by Kerry Brophy,
Aug 08, 2005
Sen. John McCain proposes a way to settle the long-running
scandal over missing Indian trust-account funds, but Blackfoot
banker Elouise Cobell remains wary
by Daniel Kraker,
Aug 22, 2005
Congressman Richard Pombo’s task force tears into
the National Environmental Policy Act
by Laura Paskus,
Aug 22, 2005
Catherine C. Robbins seeks to go beyond the stereotypes about Native Americans in her essays in All Indians Do Not Live in Teepees (or Casinos).
by Cherie Newman,
Feb 05, 2012
Rural Indian communities such as Colorado’s Ute
Mountain Ute Reservation are seeing a disturbing rise in
urban-style gangs and gang-related violence
by Stephanie Paige Ogburn,
Aug 21, 2006