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Personal, Research, Resources.
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- At Our Kitchen Table: Indian Country Journeys
"Indian Country is an amazing place - somewhere we
feel blessed to be able to work. We hope you enjoy
learning about these varied lands as much as we do!"
- Canadian Women's Health Network - Network Magazine
"Network/Le Réseau - Our bilingual magazine, published four
times a year in English and French is essential reading for
those who want to keep up to date on women's health issues.
It contains features, research updates, debates on current
controversial issues, news, and interesting new resources."
CWHN Network, is based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
- Aboriginal Women’s Health Research
Canadian Women's Health Network Magazine
Feature Publication: Aboriginal Women's Health
Fall/Winter 2001/2002 Volume 4/5, Number 4/1
(Read many articles from the featured publication!)
- Treat yourself to a daily helping of love, laughter, hope and inspiration with...
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- Wacky Times "Following In The Grand Tradition of Journalism
By Not Letting The Truth Get In The Way of The News!"
- Internet Indian Wars Wired Magazine - Issue 3.12 - Dec 1995
"Native Americans are fighting to connect the 550
nations - in cyberspace." By Glen Martin
- Sonoma County Free Press
- Cowboys & Indians 'The Premier Magazine of the West'
- Desert USA ~ The Ultimate Desert Resource "DesertUSA.com is a monthly Internet-based magazine published by Digital West Media, Inc., a San Diego-based multimedia company which has been in the communications business for more than two decades. DesertUSA's purpose is to provide a tool for discovery, a publication which entertains educates and explores with our readers, the beauty, life and culture of the North American deserts. DesertUSA.com contains images, stories, movie and audio clips, virtual reality tours and hard data about, virtually any desert-related topic: plants, animals, geology, cultural and natural history, recreation, parks, cities, travel and people."
- History Net From the World's Largest History Magazine Publisher
Culture: Native American History ~*~ The Wild West
- National Endowment for the Humanities Washington, D.C.
NEH Challenge Grants ~*~ NEH Search
- Pop Politics.com "PopPolitics is an online magazine that blends
pop culture and politics and covers the connections between
them. It’s brainy. It’s relevant. It’s where you are."
**U.S. NEWS SOURCES
- Charles C. Mann ~*~ Book Browse: Interview with Charles C. Mann
- 1491 By Charles C. Mann, Published Atlantic Monthly
"Before it became the New World, the Western Hemisphere was
vastly more populous and sophisticated than has been thought -- an
altogether more salubrious place to live at the time than, say, Europe.
New evidence of both the extent of the population and its agricultural
advancement leads to a remarkable conjecture: the Amazon rain forest
may be largely a human artifact." Lagniappe: 1491 Extras
- The Founding Sachems By Charles C. Mann, Published the New York Times
"The Iroquois confederation, known to its members as the Haudenosaunee,
was probably the greatest indigenous polity north of the Rio Grande in
the two centuries before Columbus and definitely the greatest in the
two centuries after."
- Welcome to STATEWIDE Interactive ~ News Home "This is a news-on-demand service designed to deliver local news from Nebraska to participants everywhere. The source for this news is the Nebraska Public Television and Radio Networks and STATEWIDE, Nebraska's weekly news series."
- Another Man's Poison: Profit and Loss in White Clay
Reported by Bill Kelly, STATEWIDE Correspondent
Originally aired April 3, 1998
- Ludwig von Mises Institute Auburn, Alabama
- America Magazine
- On The Rez, (South Dakota's Sioux) - by Ian Frazier Book Review
By Chris Manahan, S.J., teaches civics and geography at Red Cloud
Indian School on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota.
"The writer, an admirer of Indian traditions of freedom and
heroism, visits an old friend on the Pine Ridge Reservation,
explores the place, and discovers a modern-day Indian hero."
(Online version of article appears in four parts.)
- Past Forward Heritage Limited
- Grey Owl and his life in Temagami
A column by Past Forward’s own Doug Mackey
- Phoenix New Times.com
- Reservation Blues "Indigenous' rock springs from the
deepest roots in North America." By Bob Ruggiero (05/03/2001)
- The Bird - Farrakhan Follies "Could Louis Farrakhan's visit
to the Navajo Nation have anything to do with tribe Prez Joe
Shirley's tight reelection bid? Inquiring tweeters want to know."
Column by Stephen Lemons (09/14/2006)
- Salon News ~*~ Search San Francisco, California
- Murder in Colombia "American Indians seek to avenge
the murder of one of their leaders by leftist rebels."
Salon News (December 12, 1999)
- Without Reservations "Novelist, Sherman Alexie, talks
about his new movie, 'Smoke Signals', and how it feels to
be the 'Native American Spike Lee'." (July 2, 1998)
- "Indian Killer," by Sherman Alexie Book review
By Rob Spillman (October 3, 1996)
- Albion Monitor Go to: Index of /monitor/free
- Bear Lincoln Jailed in New Shooting Incident
by Nicholas Wilson Albion Monitor (April 13, 2000)
- Bear Lincoln Case Finally Over
by Nicholas Wilson (April 26, 1999)
- Leonard Peltier Suffering, Faces Medical Crisis
by Nicholas Wilson (June 19, 1998)
- Sioux Join "Crazy Horse Malt Liquor" Suit
- Ward Valley Showdown Dan Hamburg's Notebook:
"The federal government backs off, but a crucial court decision lies ahead."
- The Indian Wars are not Over By George Snyder
- Billions Missing From U.S. Indian Trust Fund: "Bureau of Indian Affairs"
- Gallup Independent Gallup, New Mexico
"News from Northwestern New Mexico and Northeastern Arizona,
including the Navajo, Zuni and Hopi Indian Reservations."
- The Detroit News: ~*~ Casino Guide ~*~ Rearview Mirror
- Kennewick Man Virtual Interpretive Center
"In-depth coverage of the discovery of a 9200-year-old
skeleton in eastern Washington state and the ensuing
controversy involving scientists, ...
- National Museum of Natural History
- Kennewick Man ~ Encounter with an Ancestor
By James C. Chatters
- High Country News: "A Paper for People Who Care About the West"
- High Country News Archives: Native Americans
- Indian trust is anything butBy Elouise Cobell.
(From Writers on the Range)- (February 4, 2002)
- The myth of the wooden Indian
ESSAY - by Mark Trahant, April 9, 2001
- The sacred and profane collide in the West
FEATURE ARTICLE - May 26, 1997
By Chris Smith and Elizabeth Manning
(**Note: Photos include, the Rainbow Bridge;
Bighorn Medicine Wheel in northern Wyoming; petroglyphs on the
Wind River Indian Reservation in Wyoming, showing bullet holes;
Devils Tower, Bill Tall Bull shaman of the Northern Cheyenne
tribe, as he attempts to meditate before a ceremony at the
Medicine Wheel; The marker at the Bear River Massacre site.)
- National Parks Magazine
"Since 1942, National Parks, the award-winning magazine
of NPCA, has examined critical national park issues and
explored our wondrous National Park System with its
captivating articles and spectacular photography."
**CANADA NEWS SOURCES
- Canada NewsWire: "Canada's
first real-time news release database on the Internet. This site is the
largest news release database in Canada, with approximately 40,000 news
releases accessed daily by professionals in over 75 countries world wide."
Search by Keywords! * Search Using the Keyword "Indian".
- Independent News ~ Canada ~*~ Search
- 500 years on, the Pataxo want more than white man's scraps
By Nicole Veash, in Coroa Vermelha (Friday, April 7, 2000)
- North Shore News
"Your Weekly News from Vancouver's North Shore"
- The Globe and Mail "Canada's National Newspaper"
**OTHER SELECTED MEDIA
- Sierra Magazine Home
- Buffalo Nation ~ Page 1 "For Native America, the bison is the elder
brother and teacher. For the Great Plains, he may be the salvation.
See also Buffalo Nation ~ Page 2
by Winona LaDuke Published (Published May 2000)
[Winona LaDuke is the founder of the White Earth
Recovery Project and the Indigenous Women's Network,
and author of All Our Relations (South End Press).]
- Speaking Up for the Buffalo Sierra Club (May 2000)
- Roll Call "Covering Capitol Hill Since 1955"
- American Indians Need Fiscal Justice
By Rep. Ben Nighthorse Campbell
Policy Briefings Roll Call (February 7, 2000)
- Jackie Alan Giuliano, Ph.D., Professor of Environmental Studies
"A weekly colmn entitled 'Healing Our World' By Jackie Alan Giuliano, Ph.D. can be read at the 'Environment News Service Weekly Opinion Column' found on the Lycos Search Engine and Internet Guide." Some Articles of Current Interest
- May 3, 1999 "Mining - the Navajo - to Extinction Resource Extraction and The Genocide of the Navajo People (this is an expanded version of the article that is posted on the Environment News Service)" See Part 2 of the story of this crisis:
How The West Was Lost
- May 2, 1999 "Resource Extraction and Genocide of the Navaho People"
- Education Week
- An Indian Father's Plea Editorial by Robert (Medicine Grizzlybear) Lake
Published Teacher Magazine September 1990
- Tattered Promise By Lynn SchnaibergThoreau, N.M.
"Mar.3, 1999 The schools in the article are all part of the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs system, paid for and, in some cases, run by the federal government to educate American Indian students who live on or near reservations. Unlike most public schools, whose local communities typically draw on their tax bases to pay for school facilities, the areas most BIA schools serve have no tax base. Instead, the schools rely on the seesaw political process of yearly appropriations from Congress for everything from paying utility bills and teacher salaries to maintenance and construction."
- APHIS: USDA Animal & Plant Health Inspection Service "Protecting American Agriculture"
Press Releases: "You can sign up to have APHIS press releases sent automatically by email.
- Yellowstone Journal: "An independent newspaper dedicated to Yellowstone"
Publishing 5 times a year. Path to YJ Chat Board!
- Table of Contents: 1999 and past editions of Yellowstone Journal.
- Yellowstone's Bison have "average" winter "Over 67,000
public comments received from all 50 states and 66 countries."
Written By Shelli Johnson May 3, and is in the June 1999 Edition.
- Draft EIS On Bison Management In Yellowstone Sparks Debate
"Extended public comment period ends." By Shelli Johnson (Winter 1998-99)
- Interim Bison Mgmt Plan still in effect this winter By Shelli Johnson "Story was written and published in the Yellowstone Journal on 11-10-97."
- Lawsuit settlement to affect winter use in Yellowstone The settlement requires the Park Service to prepare EIS on winter use, By Shelli Johnson "Story was written and printed in the Yellowstone Journal on 11-10-97."
- Table of Contents Vol. 3 - No. 1 May/June 1996 Journal
- Encyclopedia Mythica: An Encyclopedia On Mythology, Folklore, Legends, And More...
- THE OMNIVORE: "A daily news and information service."
- USA: "National, City and Local News Services * Government-Related Sites
- Archaeology ~ No Frames *** Archaeology ~ Frames
"An Official Publication of the Archaeological Institute of America"
- Library of Michigan: Our mission is to promote, advocate, and consistently work to achieve the highest level of library service to our clients.
- Michigan Library Association
- Michigan Electronic Library: The Michigan Electronic Library provides information resources for the citizens of the state of Michigan.
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- NARA - National Archives and Records Administration
- U.S. Surname Distribution: Are you curious where other people with your
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