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In a scene from First Encounter, Chickasaw warriors rain arrows down of the Hernando De Soto expedition from a river bank along the Tombigbee in Mississippi in 1540.

Chickasaws Debut Documentary about Confrontation with Hernando De Soto

Tweet ADA, OKLAHOMA – Cloaked in the dreary predawn hours of March 4, 1541, Chickasaw warriors defended their tribe

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Chickasaws Debut Documentary about Confrontation with Hernando De Soto

Tweet ADA, OKLAHOMA – Cloaked in the dreary predawn hours of

Missing the Point: The Real Impact of Native Mascots and Team Names on American Indian and Alaska Native Youth

Tweet Guest Commentary The debate over the racist name and mascot

Senate Committee on Indian Affairs to Host Hearing on Responses to Natural Disasters in Indian Country

Tweet WASHINGTON – On Wednesday, July 30, 2014, the Senate Committee on

Cherokee Nation Foundation Partners with Oklahoma State University to Host College Prep Program

Tweet Third annual Cherokee College Prep Institute connects students with university

Snoqualmie Tribe Donates $250,000 to Aid Eastern Washington Fire Victims

Tweet SNOQUALMIE, WASHINGTON— The Snoqualmie Tribe is donating $250,000 to assist

Third Annual Miss Native American USA 2014-2015 Set for Friday in Tempe

Tweet TEMPE, ARIZONA — The third annual Miss Native American USA

Cherokee Nation’s 19th Annual Homecoming Art Show opens August 22

Tweet TAHLEQUAH, OKLAHOMA — Cherokee artists still have time before the

More Than $900K in Federal Funds for Workforce Training for North Dakota American Indians Announced

Tweet WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator Heidi Heitkamp, a member of the Senate

Democratic Candidate for Kansas Governor Speaks at Four Kansas Tribes Meeting Seeking Native Vote

Tweet WHITE CLOUD,  KANSAS — The four tribes of Kansas met