Monthly Archives: March 2017

This Week in Indigenous Worlds

As healthcare and March Madness dominate the headlines in the U.S., the world of indigenous peoples goes on just the same. Here are some of the events that have occupied Native communities over the past few weeks. From the blog … Continue reading

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The Great Basin Indian Archives

In a recent blog post (Archive Journal) reviewing the American Historical Association’s recent conference in Denver, Molly Hardy, Digital Humanities Coordinator at the American Antiquarian Society, observed in passing the new digital collection of Great Basin indigenous cultural material sponsored … Continue reading

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Ninth Circuit Rules in Favor of Agua Caliente Reserved Groundwater Claims

  From “TurtleTalk”—a blog on Indian legal issues.  Here is the opinion in Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians v. Coachella Valley Water District: CA9 Opinion   An excerpt: The Coachella Valley Water District (“CVWD”) and the Desert Water Ag… Source: Ninth … Continue reading

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