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Winner of numerous 2020 literary honors, this novel is inspired by the author’s grandfather, who fought hard to help save his Chippewa tribe from government termination. “High drama, low comedy, ghost stories, mystical visions, family and tribal lore — wed to a surprising outbreak of enthusiasm for boxing matches,” wrote New York Times reviewer Luis Alberto Urrea. “We are grateful to be allowed into this world.”

"...the worldwide epidemic has also hit American Indians particularly hard. With a population of just 173,667, the Navajo Nation had 7,549 confirmed cases and 363 deaths attributed to the virus as of July 1. That is more than 4,447 cases per 100,000 people — a higher per-capita rate than anywhere in the United States."

SPALDING — Coho salmon reintroduced by the Nez Perce Tribe are spawning in Lapwai Creek near here, as well as Lolo Creek and tributaries to th…

GRAND RONDE, Ore. — Tribal artifacts that have been hidden away in the archives of the British Museum in London for nearly 120 years are being…

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