Tag Archives: First Nations/Native American

(US-WA)  National Archives In Seattle, WA (IAJGS Public Records Access Alert) – June 12, 2021

I saw this recently on IAJGS – (US-WA)  National Archives In Seattle, WA (IAJGS Public Records Access Alert): https://aotus.blogs.archives.gov/2021/06/11/the-importance-of-acknowledging-our-history-the-national-archives-in-seattle/. Much longer article, but here are some of the relevant portions. The IAJGS Records Access Alert previously wrote about the potential of the … Continue reading

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NAJA to host Authentic Authorship: Understanding Indigenous Claims and Connections roundtable June 10

This episode of the NAJA “Covering Indian Country” Roundtable series will feature Indigenous experts who will discuss and examine the complexity of Indigenous identity, kinship, and community. The Native American Journalists Association recognizes that media professionals are confronted with unique … Continue reading

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NATIVE AMERICAN BURIAL RITUALS — BillionGraves Blog May 22, 2021 Tombstone Tuesday May 24, 2021

I saw this recently on BillionGraves – NATIVE AMERICAN BURIAL RITUALS : https://blog.billiongraves.com/native-american-burial-rituals/ Cathy Wallace, 2 weeks ago Native American burial rituals can help us to understand the values of unique groups of people. –snip– Aleut Native American Burial Rituals –snip– Arapaho … Continue reading

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Eudora, Kansas Native Americans Along Kansas and Wakarusa Rivers – Eudora Community Museum YouTube

I saw this recently – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h4jV-OBeijY Direct link: Eudora, Kansas Native Americans Along Kansas and Wakarusa Rivers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h4jV-OBeijY (about 11:34 minutes long)

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Wreckage confirmed as heroic USS Johnston (DD 557) – April 1, 2021

I saw this today – Wreckage confirmed as heroic USS Johnston (DD 557): https://www.history.navy.mil/news-and-events/news/2021/wreckage-confirmed-as-heroic-uss-johnston–dd-557-.html. Much longer article. April 1, 2021 A mission sponsored by undersea technology company Caladan Oceanic and led by entrepreneur, explorer and retired naval officer Victor Vescovo … Continue reading

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Museum of the Cherokee Indian, Cherokee – North Carolina Thursdays March 18, 2021

For this week’s North Carolina Thursdays post, I decided to look around Swain County. There were a few places that looked interesting. I went with Museum of the Cherokee Indian also listed as Museum of the Cherokee in Cherokee – … Continue reading

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Index to Testimony of Mississippi Choctaw Applications — Access Genealogy

Index to Testimony of Mississippi Choctaw Applications, taken in Mississippi in January and February, 1899 Index to Testimony of Mississippi Choctaw Applications — Access Genealogy Good information if you have known Mississippi Choctaw relatives.

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Museum of the Southeast American Indian, Pembroke – North Carolina Thursdays March 11, 2021

For this week’s North Carolina Thursdays post, I decided to look around Robeson County. There were some places that looked interesting. I went with Museum of the Southeast American Indian in Pembroke – https://www.uncp.edu/resources/museum-southeast-american-indian. However, check about COVID-19 restrictions before … Continue reading

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Featuring Inuit Authors in the Collection

By Sarah Potts Hello, out there! My name is Sarah. I am the librarian assigned to work for and with First Nations, Inuit, and Métis Nation publishers in the Legal Deposit section of Library and Archives Canada. In this program, … Continue reading

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“One Little, Two Little, Three Little….” — Rantings from under the Wargames table

“Sometimes men just can’t help acting on impulse”, as the old commercial used to say and that is very much what happened to me the other week, scrolling down the “Miniatures Page” website I came across a news story that … Continue reading

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