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• • What will our legacy be? (Casino Journal) 12/07

• • Cultural and art center faces roadblocks (Indian Country Today) 12/31/07

• • Federal appeals court hears bald eagle case (Indian Country Today) 12/28/07

• • Arts and crafts taught at Indian Skills Workshop (Port Clinton News Herald) 12/27/07

• • If we let the salmon die, we will be next (East Oregonian) 12/26/07

• • Cherokee Nation to offer online language class (The Muskogee Phoenix) 12/21/07

• • Herds of hope (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel) 12/13/07

• • Converting the rock (San Francisco Bay Guardian) 12/12/07

• • Faint hope for dying language (Palm Beach Post) 12/9/07

• • Indian culture teaches respect for tribal elders (Lansing State Journal) 12/10/07

• • NMAI holiday art market in DC and New York (Indianz.com) 12/4/07

• • English only here (Gallup Independent) 11/27/07

• • Tribal language fading away (Tulsa World) 11/26/07

• • A centuries-old struggle for tribal survival has become new challenge in a new century: How to survive success? (Sun-Sentinel) 11/25/07

• • American Indian marketplace evokes native tradition and culture at Cahokia (Belleville News-Democrat) 11/25/07

• • Mechoopda keep past in present (Chico Enterprise-Record) 11/20/07

• • Flood-plain concerns stall plans for powwow site (Rapid City Journal) 11/19/07

• • Inland lawmaker's efforts to create Native American Heritage Day now paying off (The Press-Enterprise) 11/16/07

• • Urban pow wow: Native Americans celebrate culture with tribal dancing (Chicago Journal) 11/14/07

• • Water utility permits land for cultural tradition (Recordnet.com) 11/13/07

• • Visitors guide puts history in hand (The State) 11/11/07

• • Ritter pledges $2.1 million to Indian museum (The Daily Sentinel) 11/7/07

• • Day of culture and education planned for Saturday (Peninsula Clarion) 11/2/07

• • Tribes aim to hunt bison (Casper Star Tribune) 11/2/07

• • Drawing a new bead on tradition (Star Tribune) 11/1/07

• • Celebrate Virginia Indian Heritage Day at Jamestown Settlement (Daily Press) 10/30/07

• • Indians celebrate their heritage (Potomac News) 10/29/07

• • Fort Mojave Indian Days: Lesson in culture (Mohave Daily News) 10/23/07

• • Crafting a cultural revival (The Arizona Republic) 10/24/07

• • Cocopahs to celebrate heritage of tribe, neighbors (The Sun) 10/17/07

• • It's time to put NAGPRA back together again (Indian Country Today) 10/11/07

• • The Phraselator II (The American) 10/9/07

• • Tribal heritage learned (San Bernardino County Sun) 9/28/07

• • Keetoowahs set celebration for early October (The Muskogee Phoenix) 9/28/07

• • Powwow revels in spotlight status (The Oklahoman) 9/27/07

• • Living past: Yup'ik artifacts return to Bethel (Anchorage Daily News) 9/24/07

• • Nanticokes strive to protect native traditions (Cape Gazette) 9/17/07

• • After-school Tigua program yields results (El Paso Times) 9/11/07

• • Thousands of American Indians participate in national powwow (VOAnews.com) 9/5/07

• • An Indian Nation preserves its heritage with a magic joystick (The New York Sun) 9/4/07

• • Web helping tribe to save language: Site aims to keep Dena'ina culture from extinction (Peninsula Clarion) 8/27/07

• • Rare Chukchansi speakers record, preserve language (Chico Enterprise-Record) 8/20/07

• • Symbol of home in wartime on center stage at Indian event (The Washington Post) 8/11/07

• • Powwows power up families (The Missoulian) 8/11/07

• • Shoshone-Bannock Festival begins in Fort Hall (WorldNow) 8/11/07

• • Narragansett tribe’s annual powwow set tomorrow, Sunday (The Providence Journal) 8/10/07

• • 93rd annual Meskwaki Powwow kicks off (The Courier) 8/9/07

• • Navajo weaving traditions endure (VOA News) 8/8/07

• • Turtle shells vital for dancers (Tulsa World) 8/8/07

• • LaFayette to teach Onondaga language (The Post-Standard) 8/7/07

• • North Dakota rancher helps to preserve native language (The Bismarck Tribune) 8/7/07

• • National Powwow honors warriors, hosts hundreds of talented dancers (Indian Country Today) 8/3/07

• • Educators learn how to teach histories, cultures (Indian Country Today) 8/1/07

• • Controversy flares over use of tribal pipe (Argus Leader) 8/1/07

• • Keeping tribal languages alive (Mohave Daily News) 7/28/07

• • OST bison herd brings buffalo back to tribal life (Rapid City Journal) 7/27/07

• • American Indian Tribes protest museum action (The Daily Californian) 7/26/07

• • New eatery features American Indian fare (The Rapid CIty Journal) 7/24/07

• • Connecting with art: Camp gives students taste of traditional native art (Farmington Daily Times) 7/24/07

• • Eight northern Pueblos arts and crafts show celebrates its 35th year (The Albuquerque Journal) 7/23/07

• • Drums, baskets, beads honor culture (The News Tribune) 7/23/07

• • Endurance, sportsmanship displayed at city's first WEIO (Anchorage Daily News) 7/18/07

• • Eagle feather laws still in place (Tahlequah Daily Press) 7/17/07

• • Ceremony honors warrior brothers (Great Falls Tribune) 7/13/07

• • Fund established for fire-displaced buffalo (The Rapid City Journal) 7/12/07

• • Mashantucket Pequot Museum hosts gathering of American Indians (Norwich Bulletin) 7/12/07

• • Recording and preserving the Dakota language (Star Tribune) 7/10/07

• • Schools count on a few Native speakers to preserve language (Anchorage Daily News) 7/9/07

• • Oneida Nation pow-wow a celebration of heritage (Green Bay Press-Gazette) 7/9/07

• • Canoe journey revives spirit of potlatch for tribes (The Bellingham Herald) 7/8/07

• • Another independence to honor (The Seattle Times) 7/5/07

• • Annual Arlee Celebration begins Tuesday (The Missoulian) 7/3/07

• • Ellsbury makes major league debut (Foster's Online) 7/1/07

• • Native groups succeed at raising buffalo in southern Idaho (WorldNow) 6/25/07

• • Tulalip heritage center site set (The Daily Herald) 6/25/07

• • Tribe pleads for artifacts: Lakotas to visit Barre, plan protest at library (Telegram & Gazette) 6/21/07

• • Federal regs make traditional foods scarce (Gallup Independent) 6/20/07

• • Snapshots of history photos highlight powwow exhibition at Pequot museum (The Day) 6/14/07

• • Tiguas celebrate St. Anthony's feast day (The El Paso Times) 6/14/07

• • Tribe will mark Treaty Day [Yakama Nation] (Yakima Herald-Republic) 6/7/07

• • Powwow is way for San Luis Rey Band of Luiseño Indians to pass along customs to next generation (The Union-Tribune) 6/6/07

• • Native youth, elders work to keep culture alive at conference (Fairbanks Daily News-Miner) 6/6/07

• • First national museum in U.S. dedicated to Native Americans opens (IMDiversity.com) 6/5/07

• • Young tribal members picking up survival skills (Douglas Times) 6/1/07

• • Rhode Island pow wow draws thousands (Indian County Today) 5/30/07

• • Sweat lodge ceremonies reconnect Native American inmates with their culture, people and land (The Santa Fe New Mexican) 5/29/07

• • More local chapters using Navajo names (Farmington Daily Times) 5/23/07

• • On top of the world [Miss Indian World](The Atmore Advance) 5/17/07

• • Cherokee culture has grand celebration in June weekend (Citizen-Times.com) 5/17/07

• • Tribes set to battle feds on eagles' status (The Arizona Republic) 5/11/07

• • Filmmaker urges understanding of Indian culture, spirituality (Lawrence Journal-World) 5/11/07

• • Indian City USA may change owners (The Oklahoman) 5/10/07

• • AIM protests lack of action to repeal Columbus Day (Indianz.com) 5/9/07

• • Classic book about Americas Indians gains a few flourishes as a film (The New York Times) 5/8/07

• •'Prez on the Rez' event hailed as historic landmark (Great Falls Tribune) 5/7/07

• • Native legal advocates continue fight with new beat (Missoulian.com) 5/6/07

• • Governor seen in tribes' ads (TheDesertSun.com) 5/5/07

• • Poetry out loud: The art of recitation (The Free New Mexican) 5/3/07

• • Activist's concern (FresnoBee.com) 5/3/07

• • Tulalips shape cultural revival (The Seattle Times) 5/2/07

• • The flag waves on: Family remembers life of passing Code Talker (The Daily Times) 5/1/07

• • Controversial Indian murals in Idaho to stay put (Indianz.com) 4/24/07

• • Indian, Black Gospel and Scottish Singing Form an Unusual Musical Bridge (The Washington Post) 4/21/07

• • The many faces of Northwest native art (The Seattle Times) 4/17/07

• • Abenaki still see roadblocks on crafts (Boston.com) 4/15/07

• • A Native American vision for D.C. (Washington Post) 4/13/07

• • Farewell To the Chief [Mascot] (Diverseeducation.com) 4/5/07

• • Museums face deadline to comply with NAGPRA - also related to U.S. Regulatory. 3/21 Federal Register (Indianz.com) 4/2/07

• • Tribe seeks return of hunting rights (Denverpost.com) 4/2/07

• • Federal government appeals dismissal of Wyoming eagle case (Santafenewmexican.com) 3/27/07

• • SFIS is getting statewide recognition for Fantasia Lonjose's soul-searching poetry (Albuqurque Journal) 3/19/07

• • Indian inmates' religious rights supported (Bangor Daily News) 3/8/07

• • Berg, Levy come to 'America' (Hollywood Reporter) 3/2/07

• • KBIC native language effort continues (Mining Gazette) 2/23/07

• • 1st-American title debated (Denver Post) 2/25/07

• • Don't shed a tear for this insult (Daily Southtown) 2/25/07

• • State-tribal pact designed to preserve Indian heritage (West Central Tribune) 2/23/07

• • Native cooking (Indian Country Today) 2/21/07

• • U. of I. sets last dance for Illiniwek (Chicago Tribune) 2/16/07

• • One hot archaeological find (Washington Post) 2/16/07

• • Storyteller (Indian Country Today) 2/12/07

• • A tribe turns to 3-D animation for modern storytelling (NY Times) 2/10/07

• • American Indians oppose English-only legislation (Native Times) 2/09/07

• • Reviving our wisdom: An interview with healer Alberto Manqueriapa (Indian Country Today) 02/05/07

• • Hoop, here it is (Arizona Republic) 02/02/07

• • Distinguished drummers (Santa Fe New Mexican) 01/29/07

• • Tribe wants Chief Illiniwek costume back (News-Gazzette) 1/19/2007

• • 500 years of Indians in Colorado (Rocky Mountain News) 1/18/2007

• • Pottery: Precious clay, Potter on the Pamunkey River (Times Dispatch) 1/7/07

• • 20th Chief Big Foot Memorial Ride (Indian Country Today) 1/5/07

• • Cabazon Indian leader who pursued gaming rights dies (Press-Enterprise) 1/4/07

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