Life in the early 1600s at Jamestown consisted mainly of danger, hardship, disease and death.
In the late 1880s, Weldon was vilified as a harpy who was in love with Sitting Bull—both she and the Lakota leader would meet tragic fates.
The seventh president was a slave owner and oppressed Native Americans. Should he be revered...or reviled?
Skeletal analysis of troops at the Battle of the Little Bighorn suggests a very different outcome.
Their skin was dark. Their languages were foreign. And their world views and spiritual beliefs were beyond most white men’s comprehension.
The amazing true story of Bass Reeves, the freed slave who protected the Wild West.
Native Californians were treated abominably in the area where gold was first discovered.
The Ancient Beringians split off from other Native American ancestors 20,000 years ago.
The mythical 'Indian princess' granted symbolic permission for massive land theft and displacement of native peoples.