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    Moundville Archaeological Park

    Betsy Irwin talked about the Moundville Archaeological Park, one of the largest Middle Mississippian culture sites in America, and explained how the Native American tribe lived at this site…

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    Westward Expansion and Native Americans

    Professor Joseph Genetin-Pilawa spoke about post-Civil War westward expansion, and how it affected Native Americans and federal Indian policy. He argued that during the Reconstruction…

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    Weekly Republican Address

    Oklahoma State Representative Lisa Johnson-Billy delivered the weekly Republican address. She talked about her life and career as a Native-American woman and the importance of…

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    "Alabama Voices" Exhibit

    Steve Murray gave a tour of the “Alabama Voices” exhibit at the Alabama Department of Archives and History and showed items in the exhibit that tell the story of Alabama’s…

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    Fiscal Year 2017 Indian Country Budget

    Officials from the Justice, Interior, Housing and Urban Development (HUD), and Health and Human Services (HHS) Departments and the National Congress of American Indians testified on…

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    Chumash Indians of Santa Barbara

    John Johnson talked about about the Chumash Indians, a group that inhabited much of Southern California before European settlement. He spoke about how the Chumash’s bead currency…

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    Victory with No Name

    Professor Colin Calloway talked about the significance of the 1791 Native American defeat of the U.S. Army over disputed Ohio territory.

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    Book Discussion on The Cherokee Diaspora

    Historian and author Gregory Smithers discusses his book, The Cherokee Diaspora: An Indigenous History of Migration, Resettlement, and Identity. In his book, Mr. Smithers, an…

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    Book Discussion on Mochi's War

    Chris Enss talked about her book, Mochi’s War: The Tragedy of Sand Creek, about the 1864 Sand Creek Massacre, in which nearly 200 Cheyenne were killed over land…

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    Native American Osage Tribe

    Professor Tai Edwards talked about the history of the Native American Osage tribe. She spoke about why the tribe was moved from their ancestral lands in modern-day Missouri, and why…

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    Book Discussion on Real Native Genius

    Angela Hudson talked about her book, Real Native Genius: How an Ex-Slave and a White Mormon Became Famous Indians.

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    National Congress of American Indians

    Jaqueline Pata talked about the National Congress of American Indians, the state of Native American communities, their priorities, and federal efforts to assist the population.

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    Iroquois Nation

    Chief Sidney Hill talked about the history of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, as well as the confederacy’s government, which greatly influenced the Founding Fathers of the United…

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    Tribal Nations Conference

    President Obama made remarks before taking part in a panel discussion with young members of various Native American tribes at the 2015 White House Tribal Nations Conference. Topics…

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    Book Discussion on Jacksonland

    Steve Inskeep talked about his book, Jacksonland: President Andrew Jackson, Cherokee Chief John Ross, and a Great American Land Grab. He spoke in the C-SPAN 2/BookTV tent at the 20th annual…

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    Native Americans and Foreign Disease

    Paul Kelton talked about why Native Americans were so vulnerable to European-introduced diseases. He said that prior to colonization indigenous populations had little to no exposure to…

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    Millions for Justice March

    Minister Louis Farrakhan delivered remarks on civil rights and race relations at the “Justice or Else!” gathering held on the National Mall to commemorate the 20th anniversary…

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    Indian Claims Commission

    Professor Gregory Smoak talked about the Indian Claims Commission, a judicial panel created in 1946 for relations between the U.S. government and Native American tribes. It was…

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    Book Discussion on Troubled Trails

    Robert Silbernagel talked about his book, Troubled Trails: The Meeker Affair and the Expulsion of the Utes from Colorado, about the White River Massacre that took place in the Grand…

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    Book Discussion on People of the Red Earth

    Sally Crum talked about her book People of the Red Earth: American Indians of Colorado, in which she provides a comprehensive history of native cultures in the area. Ms. Crum…

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