This is the grave of Major Ridge. Born in 1771, somewhere around Hiwassee, Tennessee, Ridge grew up in the Cherokee elite in a period of great change. His father was.
We have to be very careful when dealing with the intersection of tribal rights and the need for a green energy infrastructure. We also have to be careful to not.
Comanches, west Texas, circa 1830
With Biden quite attuned to Native demands over land management, there is a very good chance that another 1.1 million acres of land in Arizona will receive permanent protection from.
When I teach my environmental history courses, I tell my students that if they want to work for the rest of their lives, go get a degree in water law.
I mentioned before about the ProPublica series to expose the nation's terrible history of displaying indigenous remains. Here's another fun entry! So when Dickson prepared his property to plant an.
Twenty-three-year old Virginia Algonquian man, from 1645 etching from Antwerp.
This is the grave of John Ross. Born in 1790 in the Cherokee town of Turkeytown, in what is today Alabama, Ross grew up in a mixed race household. His.