INDIGENOUS

CHARLEMONT — After a discussion with the creators of a petition to remove the large Native American statue from the Native and Himalayan Views...

GREENFIELD — Just in time for this year’s season of giving, Greenfield Savings Bank recognized one of the region’s lesser-known acts of generosity...

MONTAGUE — When Mashpee Wampanoag artist Robert Peters was commissioned by the Nolumbeka Project to make a painting that will be displayed in Town...

BARRE — More than 100 artifacts that were pilfered from the bodies of many of the nearly 300 Lakota people slaughtered at the Wounded Knee Massacre...

ASHFIELD — The First Congregational Church of Ashfield and St. John’s Episcopal Church are holding independent talks in November to explore...

CHARLEMONT — Route 2 travelers have likely observed the large Native American statue towering over the Native and Himalayan Views souvenir shop...

BARRE — Having reached an agreement with the Oglala Lakota Nation in April to return artifacts that had been taken from the site of the 1890...

In recognition of its work with farmers and Indigenous people, Mount Grace Land Conservation Trust has received the 2022 National Land Trust...

DEERFIELD — To mark the release of a new photobook documenting Indigenous sites around the state, the Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association (PVMA...

MONTAGUE — Despite missing their drum group, participants in the “Dancing with the Spirits” pow-wow celebrated Indigenous culture through the...

TURNERS FALLS — The ninth annual Pocumtuck Homelands Festival brought vendors, stories, dancing, drumming and more to Unity Park over the weekend...

GILL — The mishoon, or dugout canoe, that Nipmuc tribal member Andre “Strongbearheart” Gaines Jr. created in Ashfield last year took to the water...

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