# Native americans
Native Americans had better hygiene practices than settlers in Colonial Virginia
Native Americans were at times referred to as uncivilized and "savages" by the colonists. The natives, however, had better hygiene practices than the "civilized" first settlers in Virginia according to History.com. Virginians and settlers in the rest of the 13 colonies did not bathe often and women had unsanitary practices when on their periods.
The Death of Sarah Faith Briggs and the CEE-VI Part One
I falter when I try to begin. This story is of a magnitude and importance beyond anything I have written or investigated previously. The impacts as well as the length and breadth of this story are large and consequential. It will be broken down into multiple pieces. Many pieces remain unfinished as of yet and the supply of information grows daily. I fully recognize it falls solely upon myself to publish this story in a detailed, methodical, and tactful way. I hope that is indeed what I have achieved at the conclusion of this endeavor. This story is one I believe I was chosen to tell. I shall not fail to tell it. I am a part of it; it a part of me.
Meet Archaeologist Olivera Masters at Scientist in the Spotlight
The Natural History Museum of Utah, located on the University of Utah campus, holds a "Scientist in the Spotlight" event on the first and third Friday of each month from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM in the Naturalists Lab. This program provides opportunities for Museum guests to meet actual scientists and to discuss their research.
KANDIYOHI COUNTY, THE CEE-VI, and the systematic destruction of a Native Woman. Sarah Faith Briggs.
It has been nearly a year since I first started my journey into investigations and journalism. After publishing my first article in early 2023 my inbox received a deluge of correspondence. I was unable to keep up with it all but I remember one email distinctly. It was from a man asking for help in finding the circumstances which led to the death of his wife. Unfortunately, I didn’t pay it much attention at the time as I had my hands full with the stories and investigations I had already undertaken.
Cultural Significance of Hunting: A Multifaceted Tradition
AI was utilized in the writing of this article. For more on Hunting, see Rancher's Ridge Simplified Hunting Regulations & Information!. Hunting holds a significant place in cultural traditions around the world, deeply ingrained in the histories and identities of various societies. Its role transcends the practical aspects of sustenance, weaving into the social and spiritual fabric of communities.
Honey Springs: When Native Americans fought both sides of the Civil War
This article was written with the help of A.I. software*. Battle of Honey Springs: A Pivotal Moment in the Civil War. Just north of Checotah, Oklahoma, an 1863 battle at Honey Springs turned out to be a turning point in the Civil War conflict.
Streamline Land Trust for Native Tribes
The Department of the Interior (DOI) has recently announced the final changes to the Part 151 fee-to-trust regulations. These new regulations will be implemented starting from January 11, 2024.
Discovering Ancient Volcanic Wonders in California's McCloud: The Future National Monument
If you're looking to escape the hustle and bustle of city life, Medicine Lake in McCloud, Siskiyou County, is your perfect destination. Nestled in the crater of an ancient volcano approximately 350 miles north of San Francisco, this geologically unique and spiritually significant area is a haven of peace.
The Stolen Child of Appalachia: The Legend
In 1792, Caty Sage was five years old and was taken from her home in Elk Creek, Grayson County, Va. Caty's story has also been referred to as ¨The Lost Girl of Grayson¨. Her parents were James and Lovis Sage, and Caty had 12 siblings. The morning of Caty's disappearance was a usual day on the farm. Lovis prepared the family breakfast, and James was ready to work on the harvest.
George Crook, the Ohio General Who Supported Indian Rights — by Helping Them Sue Him
George Crook was born on September 8, 1828, on a farm near Taylorsville, Ohio. Crook was a prominent officer in the United States Army during the American Civil War and the Indian Wars in the American West during the last half of the 19th century. During that time, Crook gained a reputation among Native American Indians for supporting their rights.
Native American Statue Finally Replaces Abusive Catholic Priest’s in California.
The statue of Junipero Serra, an 18th century Catholic priest and missionary who was canonized in 2015 by Pope Francis had long been a flash point for Native American activists.
Native Americans celebrate a National Day of Mourning as most Americans observe Thanksgiving
Today, Thursday, November 23 is Thanksgiving to most but to Native Americans, this is a National Day of Mourning. This is the day for education on the misconceptions related to the first Turkey Day in 1421.
Native American Drivers Being Targeted For Tribal Tags
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DoJ secures agreement with South Dakota hotel over Native American discrimination allegations
This article contains AI-assisted content. Rapid City, South Dakota - The U.S. Justice Department recently announced a significant settlement with the Grand Gateway Hotel and Cheers Sports Lounge and Casino. This agreement comes as a response to allegations of discrimination against Native American customers, aligning with the observance of Native American History Month.
Discover the untouched beauty of Trail of Tears State Park in Missouri
The Trails of Tears State Park is located in Cape Girardeau County in southeastern Missouri, bordering the Mississippi River. The 3,415-acre park may be a hidden gem to some. There's cultural history behind Trails of Tears State Park.
Sovereign Nations Ends Insurance Sales in WA
Sovereign Nations Insurance, LLC, has signed a deal with the Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler to end its operations in Washington, the Office of the Insurance Commissioner reports.
The Snyder Act of 1921 and the Indian Citizenship Act of 1924: Paving the Way for Native Americans
The Snyder Act of 1921 stands as a pivotal piece of legislation that has played a significant role in authorizing the operation of programs for the benefit and assistance of American Indians and Alaska Natives across the United States. This act was part of a broader set of legislative reforms aimed at addressing the living conditions of American Indians on reservations and in government boarding schools.
Justice Department grants over $96.7 million to American Indian and Alaska Native communities
This article may contain AI-assisted content. The Justice Department, in a significant move through its Coordinated Tribal Assistance Solicitation (CTAS), disclosed today that it has earmarked 182 grants for 111 American Indian and Alaska Native communities. These grants collectively tally up to more than $96.7 million.
A man purchased an ancient Colt revolver for $180. Then, he finds it is worth more than a house.
A man who appears as a guest on the Antiques Roadshow is gobsmacked to find that his early Colt revolver is historically significant and is actually valued to be worth a fortune at $181,000.