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Jerry Anderson might not be Native American like the first reefnetters, but that doesn't mean the ancient fishing practice doesn't run in his blood.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
Tradition is a great thing to have, but when that it crosses the line like it does with the Washington Redskins' nickname, it's time to start anew.READ MORE 5 COMMENTS
How big data is failing North America's first citizens, the most invisible of all its people.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
Ethiopian Orthodox community celebrates Easter.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
McGinn plays the 'disappointed in you' card. A loss for Tulalip tribe.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
The journalist and author on the river and the writing.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
Austerity and the failed effort by the federal government to cut all ties with tribal governments are twin ideologies.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
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Port Gamble and its surrounding forests have been logging territory for more than a century. Owner Pope Resources is willing to strike a deal with local tribes that would conserve thousands of acres of forestland. If the two sides can agree on terms.READ MORE 7 COMMENTS
Nearly 16 years and numerous lawsuits after the discovery of his 9,200 year-old skeleton, scientists can finally tell us a bit more about Kennewick Man.READ MORE 15 COMMENTS
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