Ada was born during an era when Native children were routinely removed from their homes and sent to schools run by governments and missionaries.
Budgeteer News, 04/15/2010
Military man returns home for two weeks. What happens next?
Budgeteer News, 03/18/2010
The story of Sacagawea’s life after the expedition has only two certainties.
Budgeteer News, 02/18/2010
Like many Duluthians, I can remember waking up to Eddie Williams’ singing on school mornings in the 1950s and 1960s.
Duluth Budgeteer News, 01/22/2010
What a little cocoa can do for a family relationship.
Budgeteer News, 12/23/2009
I have wondered about Indian corn since I was in the first grade, when Miss Johnson brought in a handful of little toy pumpkins and placed them on a table in front of the classroom next to three ears of shiny red and brown corn.
Budgeteer News, 11/25/2009
As we near Veterans’ Day, we remember with thanks the men and women who have served in our country’s military as well as those who are currently in the armed forces.
Budgeteer News, 11/03/2009
We Ojibwe tend to be sentimental about our children, who will not know until they are adults, themselves, just how much they mean to us and the many reasons why.
Budgeteer News, 10/02/2009
In Ojibwe language there is no word for goodbye. We say “see ya” or “see you soon.”
Budgeteer News, 09/03/2009
In the dark early-morning hours of July 20, a devastating arson fire destroyed the Bois Forte Tribal Government Headquarters building in Nett Lake.
Budgeteer News, 08/06/2009
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