Independence Day or the day more commonly known as Fourth of July is a federal holiday that commemorates the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on that day in 1776 when the United States declared its independence from Great Britain. The Fourth of July is by far the most popular and celebrated holiday of the […]
On the last Monday in the month of May, America stops and remembers those who died while in the U.S. military. While it has been a federal holiday only since 1971, the day has been observed since the end of the Civil War. At that time, the day was known as Decoration Day. Waterloo, New […]
The Alaska Native News extends our wishes and hopes that all will have a Happy Thanksgiving regardless of religious, cultural or secular beliefs. May each and everyone find the joy and comfort from the gathering of friends, and family, that each and everyone deserves.
WASHINGTON – In the fall of 1621, English settlers at Plymouth marked their first harvest and began stockpiling food for the winter: cod, bass and other fish, venison, wild turkey and duck that could dried or salted to supplement plentiful Indian corn. Tisquantum, commonly known as Squanto, was a member of the Patuxet band of the […]