Complex story of ancient human DNA, what we can learn from it, and how scientists work with different modern populations culturally and scientifically. Advertisements
More data from the Page-Ladson site.
Restoration on Malheur National Wildlife Refuge begins (after checking for booby traps.) “The Paiutes have not only not used guns to take over the refuge, but they’ve also had to watch while a group of white people ran roughshod over sacred Paiute places while yelling about how they, the white people, don’t have enough freedom.” …
How The Walking Dead is relevant to Native history. Advertisements
Were Cahokia and Chaco connected to a vast Mesoamerican empire? Interesting food for thought here about our perspectives on civilizations, size, and trade connectivity. Based on some of the statements, the journalist author may have mildly distorted the argument, and it might not be as crazy as it sounds. Advertisements
Happy Columbus Day, y’all. Are there still Taino living in the Caribbean? What does it mean to be Taino today? Advertisements
Only five young ladies qualified to enter. Contestants compete in traditional skills like butchery and must speak fluent Dine. Advertisements