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Did you know November is Native American Heritage Month? Originally designated as American Indian Day in 1915 by Native American activists, the holiday that honored indigenous people’s contributions to the growth of the United States was celebrated by the Boy Scouts of America. The designation was expanded to a full month by President George H. W. Bush in 1990.

Learn more about Native American Heritage Month by visiting the Native American Heritage Month website and by exploring our collection of books, DVDs and more.