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    Osage tribe may buy St. Louis ancestral mound
    by Skabewis
    By Matthew Hathaway
    St. Louis, Missouri (AP)

    The last couple of hundred years have been cruel to Sugar Loaf Mound. Quarrying nearly destroyed it in the 1800s; construction of Interstate 55 further scarred it in the 1960s. Now, as preservationists strive to save the city’s sole...
    06-23-2009, 01:49 PM
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    Review: Totem Poles of the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe: The Art of Dale Faulstich
    by Skabewis
    Review By Dawn Karima Pettigrew
    News From Indian Country

    Each magnificent cedar totem carved by Lead Carver Dale Faulstich represents an important story and belief of the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe. Located in Washington State, each of these masterpieces features “details,...
    12-23-2008, 03:16 PM
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    Port of Tacoma, tribe, terminal operator agree on development
    by Skabewis
    Tacoma, Washington (AP)

    The Port of Tacoma, Puyallup Tribe and terminal operator SSA Marine have negotiated a deal to develop shipping container terminals on the east side of the Blair Waterway on Tacoma’s Tideflats.

    The port commission is expected to approve its part...
    02-19-2008, 09:20 PM
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    Burial mounds hint of the lives of East Texas tribe
    by Skabewis
    By Kenneth Dean
    Alto, Texas (AP)

    Following a winding highway, once known as part of the El Camino Real de los Tejas, southwest out of Alto, there is a variety of wild flowers and multiple historic markers dotting a trail leading to the Caddo Mounds state historic site – a place...
    05-05-2010, 03:14 PM
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    Snoqualmie Falls mist sacred to tribe
    by Skabewis
    By Lynda V. Mapes
    Snoqualmie Falls, Washington (AP)

    Mist cruises through the air in great clouds, twining through the branches of a giant cedar and falling in crystal drops, renewing the cycle of life.

    The falls are held sacred by the Snoqualmie Tribe, particularly...
    06-28-2010, 05:45 PM

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