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Articles are arranged from most recent (December) to least recent (January) for this particular year and topic.


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• •Eagle feathers at center of battle (Salt Lake Tribune) 12/27/04

• •Deal sets rules for Native inmates (Lincoln Journal Star) 11/12/04

• • Last words:American Indian languages are losing speakers fast (The Oklahoman) 11/09/04

• •Committee votes to limit NAC membership (Gallup Independent) 10/11/04

• •Work begins on [Chickasaw Cultural] center (The Oklahoman) 10/2/04

• •Grand Opening Celebration of the National Museum of the American Indian (Smithsonian Institution NMAI ) 9/21-26/04

• •Extinction looms for Yukon languages: report (CBC News) 9/9/04

• •Tribe challenges American origins (BBC) 9/7/04

• •Utah County man under heat for offering peyote to public (BYU News Net) 8/30/04

• •Workshop focuses on peacemaking as means to justice (Havre Daily News) 8/30/04

• •The Skull, And Skull And Bones [NAGPRA Board Reviews Geronimo - Bush connection] (Hartford Courant) 8/16

• •Artifact Amnesty Program Ending (Salt Lake Tribune) 8/16

• •Peyote, Indian Religion and the Issue of Exclusivity (NY Times) 8/14 - Related links on Indianz.com

• •Opponents of casino [Menominee Nation] proposal launch new group (AP) 8/12

• •Native American Bank awarded CDFI grant (Indian Country Today) 8/6

• •Indians want probe into feathers, Tribal authorities worried that sacred objects are being used illegally (Rapid City Journal) 8/1

• •Spirit Lodge (Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian) (Washington Post) 8/2

• •Amnesty Brings in Indian Artifacts (azcentral.com) 07/28

• •Black Hills Art May Be 5,000 Years Old (Argus Leader) 07/23

• •Ancient Civilization Slowly Returns to the Surface (king5.com) 07/22

• •An 8-Year Fight Ends Over a 9,200-Year-Old Man (NYT) 07/20

• •Sun Dance open to Non-Natives (Journal Star) 07/18

• •Archeologists Unearth Ancient Artifacts Near Mille Lacs Lake (Star Tribune) 07/16

• •Dig Site Unearths Ancient Klallam Village (Post Intelligencer) 07/14

• •Native Americans Strive to Retain Vanishing Heritage (Voice of America) 07/12

• •Berkeley Students Work to Preserve Lost Native American Languages (Grand Forks Herald) 07/11

• •Inter-tribal Council Asks School to Drop Chieftains Logo (Pioneer Press) 07/10

• •Indian Heritage Center Clears Hurdle (Journal Sentinel) 07/08

• •Found Skull Goes to Grand Ronde (The Oregonian) 07/07

• •Ancient Site a Siren Call to Looters (Denver Post) 07/02

• •A Packrat's Path to Indian Past (LA Times) 07/02 * requires sign

• •Activist Groups Rally for Removal of Racist' Mascots, Nicknames (The East Carolinian) 06/30

• •Groups Work to Save Minnesota's First Languages and Cultures (Duluth Superior) 06/29

• •Tiny Pieces of History Discovered in Yorktown (Washington Post) 06/28

• •Site a Treasure Trove of Artifacts from Ancient Utah (Salt Lake Tribune) 06/25

• •Justices Uphold Religious Peyote Use (Salt Lake Tribune) 06/23

• •Indian Burial Ground Discovered at Bay Area Construction Site (North County Times) 06/23

• •No Takers Yet on Amnesty Deal for Thefts of Indian Artifacts (Arizona Tribune) 06/14

• •Appeals Court Shoots Down Makah Whaling Case (Indianz.com) 06/08

• •Once-dying Chinook Language Finds Future in Voices of Children (Seattle Times) 06/08

• •Tulalips Celebrate Salmon Heritage (heraldnet.com) 06/08

• •City Is Losing a Part of Its Soul in Playa Vista (LA Times) 06/07

• •Jury Returns Split Verdict in Petroglyph Theft Case (Reno Gazette Journal) 06/03

• •Developer Unearths Burial Ground and Stirs Up Anger Among Indians (NYT) 06/02

• •Indian Man with Long Hair Wins Release from Prison (Indianz.com) 05/27

• •Amnesty Offered for Artifacts Return (Arizona Republic) 05/21

• •Healer Taught by Grandmother (Daily Star) 05/20

• •Tribe Wants to Revive Arapaho Language (Star Tribune) 05/19

• •Thriving Bald Eagle Finding Its Way Off Endangered List (NYT) 05/19

• •Preserving a Native Tongue (Porterville Recorder) 05/18

• •Cherokee People Work to Save Language (thehometownchannel.com) 05/17

• •Tribe's Whalers Await Chance to Hunt Again (Post Intelligencer) 05/17

• •Signs Spell out Tribe's Passion to Revitalize Native Language (Citizen Times) 05/12

• •Indian Identity is Greatest Issue Facing American Indians (The Olympian) 05/07

• •Indian Mascots: Issue Won't Go Away (Santa Fe New Mexican) 05/07

• •Port Gamble S'Klallam Tribe's Long-time Dream Coming True (The Sun Link) 04/29

• •Legal Options Run Low on Kennewick Man (Seattle Times) 04/27

• •Panel: Kids Key to Saving Language (Argus Leader) 04/27

• •Court Won't Reconsider Kennewick Man Decision (Indianz.com) 04/21

• •New Book Sheds Light on Lumbee Medical Remedies (wvec.com) 04/21

• •Swanlund Standoff Ends (Daily Illini) 04/19

• •Potawatomis Break Ground on Cultural Heritage Center (Shawnee News-Star) 04/16

• •Skull Revealed During Home Renovation (kgw.com) 04/16

• •Interior to Pay Apache Man $50,000 for Seized Eagle Feathers (Albuquerque Journal) 04/12

• •Equating Long Hair and Freedom, Prisoner Makes a Stand (NYT) 04/09

• •Germany's 'Hobby Indians' Pass for Real -- Almost (Grand Forks Herald) 04/06

• •Inmate Sues to Keep Hair Long as Religious Symbol (LA Times) * 04/01

• •During Debate about Dangling Objects in Cars, Legislator Cited (Argus Leader) 03/31

• •Church Denies Entry to Couple (Times Dispatch) 03/31

• •Students Protest Ban of Native Drummers (Grand Forks Herald) 03/25

• •Mashantuckets Trying Hard to Rediscover Language of Ancestors (The Day) * 03/16

• •Fish-Killing Ban Sparks Wa. Culture War (Mercury News) 03/16

• •New Objections to Old Name in the Dalles (The Oregonian) 03/12

• •American Indians Join Anti-Chief Rally (Daily Illini) 03/11

• •Retro Jerseys Offensive to EWU's Native Americans (The Easterner) 03/10

• •Osseo-Fairchild School Board Votes to Revamp its Mascot (Star Tribune) * 03/10

• •Tribe Revives Traditional Naming Ceremony (News Register) 03/02

• •Local Chief Groups Look to Other Universities' Decisions (Daily Illini) 02/18

• •Village Asks Panel to OK Whale Hunt (Anchorage Daily News) * 02/18

• •Indians Decry Grammy Act as Racist (Post Intelligencer) 02/12

• •What is 'native American'? (Christian Science Monitor) 02/11

• •Grammy Winner Offends Indians (Argus Leader) 02/10

• •Santa Clara Tribal Member Banished from Taos Pueblo for Writing about Tribe's Sacred Deer Dance (Santa Fe New Mexican) 02/05

• •Judges Back Study of Ancient Human Remains (NYT) * 02/05

• •Mascot Bill Irks Officials at Chowchilla, Tulare (Fresno Bee) 01/31

• •Mascot Issue on Agenda of School Board Tonight (News-Record) 01/29

• •As Tribal Bison Herd Gets Larger, Food Supply Dwindles (Billings Gazette) 01/24

• •'Homestead Lady' Reunited with Tribe (Hilltop Times) 01/22

• •BLM: Skull belongs to Warm Springs Tribes (Bend Bugle) 01/19

• •Tribe to Offer Internships with New Cultural Center (Central Michigan Life) 01/14

• •Returning Bones is a Daunting Task (sunspot.net) 01/12

• •Crazy Horse beer case dismissed (Rapid City Journal) 01/07

 

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