Getting Answers: What Types Of Changes Could Sutter's Fort See?Major changes could soon be on the way for one of Sacramento's most historical sites: Sutter's Fort. There are plans to change what's taught at the state historical park.
400 Years Old, Thanksgiving Was Late Being Recognized As National HolidayThis Thursday is a uniquely American national holiday, but Thanksgiving wasn’t always celebrated nationwide. How did this holiday become such an American tradition?
California Indian Heritage Center Narrows Architectural Firms For 2028 OpeningThe 120,000 sq. ft. space will sit on 51 acres where the Sacramento and American rivers converge and will be a reflection of what California Indians want to see, in history, education, and culture.
California Governor Pardons 2 In Native American RecognitionGov. Gavin Newsom on Friday said he had pardoned two members of California Indian tribes coinciding with Native American Heritage Month.
The Road to Federal Recognition: Nisenan Tribe Exhibit Spotlights History Through ArtBefore the gold rush, the land that had the Sierra Nevada mountains to the east and what is now known as the Sacramento River to the west was home to the Nisenan Tribe. Today, the same land is known as Nevada County and the number of Nisenan hovers around 150 — thousands less than a century ago.
Assemblyman Says Local Tribes Will Help Design Native American Memorial At State Capitol“They enslaved many of our people. There’s documents that said people were shackled and chained during that era if they weren’t compliant. Now it’s a chance to get that told by the American people,” said Assemblyman James Ramos.