- BIG TIMES/LITTLE TIMES. Hogeland, Kim // News from Native California;Spring2002, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p36
Presents updates on various events in the Native American community, as of spring 2002. Award given to the late Lillian Robles for her work in preserving sacred sites; Rededication of the second floor of the Jesse M. Unruh Building in Sacramento in honor of Native American women in California;...
- Feds trying to dismiss lawsuit on artifacts raid. Foy, Paul // Native American Times;6/22/2012, Vol. 18 Issue 25, p2
The article discusses the wrongful death case filed against the government by the family of Dr. James Redd, who took his own life after being interrogated about trafficking American Indian artifacts. The case is in danger of being thrown out as the agents who interrogated Redd may have immunity.
- DEATH. Harrod, Howard L. // Encyclopedia of North American Indians (Houghton Mifflin);1996, p154
The article discusses mortuary rituals and practices in different North American Indian societies during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Native American peoples had traditions explaining how death originated, they projected various notions of how the body was animated and they...
- Leaders pay tribute to Chief Joe Mathias. Petten, Cheryl // Raven's Eye;Apr2000, Vol. 3 Issue 12, p12
Reports on the death of Joe Mathias, hereditary Chief of the First Nation, in Vancouver, British Columbia. Organizations of Mathias; Achievements of Mathias; Message of the Squamish Nation members to the family of Mathias.
- Nevada official's death remains a mystery. DONOVAN, BILL // Navajo Times;6/25/2015, Vol. 54 Issue 25, pA-6
The article reports on the death of Delbert Howard, the vice chairman of Nevada Inter-Tribal Council in July 1965 which remains a mystery in Nevada.
- Arizona birth, death certificates. // Navajo Times;3/14/2013, Vol. 52 Issue 11, pC-2
The article reports that issuance of Arizona birth and death certificates will be done at the District II Administration Complex in St. Johns, Arizona on April 10, 2013.
- MAY 29, 1861. Stone, Ron // Book of Texas Days;1984, p92
The article recounts the death of Henry Robinson at Chalk Bluff in Texas on May 29, 1861. Robinson, known among the Indians as the tall, red-bearded white man, was killed along with his son-in-law to be. The Indians who both feared and revered him scalped and took his beard as a trophy and proof...
- The Modoc Misery. Atwell, H. Wallace; Cozzens, Peter // Eyewitness to the Indian Wars, Volume 2;2002, p287
This article is an excerpt on deaths and fatalities of the Modoc War, which appeared in the June 1873 issue of the Army and Navy Journal. Several dead and missing were left on the battlefield, the U.S. troops being unable to find the first or remove the second, and consequently great anxiety...
- DEATH AND DREAMS. // Tapestries in Sand;1966, p92
The article ponders on the views of North American Indians on death and dreams. For the Indian death is closely related to sleep, for, in sleep, he may recognize flashes of the past, premonitions of the future, and experience the fourth dimension in which both time and distance are telescoped,...