History

The Struggle Continues: The ongoing fight to reform the 1872 Mining Law

Karen Robertson

Community members involved with Red Thunder, Inc were pivotal in bringing awareness to the corporate and governmental alliances between the U.S. and Canada and their abuses towards public lands held in trust by the United States.

Environmental History and Native American Activism

Joseph Gaudet, University of Michigan

Environmental history is the study of how humans have changed the environment over time and, conversely, how the environment has altered society.

Native Lands and the National Park Service Anniversary

Rosalyn LaPier, Joseph P. Gone, and David Cournoyer

On August 25th the nation celebrated the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service, a federal agency that manages National parks and related federal lands. Lands that were once owned, and still remain important, to Native peoples.