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Native American Treaties and Information

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Resources in our Collection


Documents of American Indian diplomacy : treaties, agreements, and conventions, 1775-1979 Print: KF8202 1999


Treaties between the United States of America and the several Indian tribes, from 1778 to 1837. Fiche: EBD W102-24


Treaties between the United States and the Indian Tribes. (1846) Statutes at Large of the United States, Volume 7. Print: GS 4.111:7 / Online at LLMC / Online at LOC


List of Indian Treaties: Memorandum and Accompanying Information. [1778-1880 with References to U. S. Statutes] (1964) Y 4.In8/14:In2/11


Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties. Volume 2: Treaties Y 4.In2/2:L44 v.2 (Also in our collection as Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties. Volume 2: Treaties, I 1.107: v.2)

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Electronic Versions of Treaties and Laws

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Native American Information and Links

  • American Indian Data Tables
  • American Indian History and Culture
    This is a collection of links to resources from the Smithsonian Institution.
  • Bibliography
    • Anthropological Index Online
      An index to anthropological literature published in 700 journals provides bibliographic citations useful in the research of historic Native American cultures.
    • Bibliography on North American Indians, for K-12
      "This bibliography, compiled by the Anthropology Outreach Office of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History, is a response to these and other teachers' concerns about choosing culturally sensitive and historically accurate books for children about American Indians and Alaska Natives."
    • List of Publications of the Bureau of American Ethnology : with Index to Authors and Titles
      Bureau of Ethnology Bulletin 200. (End of Series) This is a complete listing of Bureau of American Ethnology publications from 1877 to 1971. It includes Annual reports, Bulletins, Contributions to North American Ethnology, Publications of the Institute of Social Anthropology,and miscellaneous publications. Material included in this bibliography available in Government Information.
  • Bureau of Indian Affairs (U.S. Department of the Interior)
    This site includes a list of Federally Recognized Tribes, statistics, reports, lists of tribal leaders, bills and laws relating to Indian affairs, and other information.
  • Federally Recognized American Indian Tribes of the United States: Directory
    The American Indian Heritage Foundation provides a directory of tribes. Access is by region and state within a region. Entries include tribal name, name of the tribal leader, address, and telephone and/or fax numbers. Note that the tribal entries are arranged by federal designation. These federal designations may not match the name commonly used by the tribe.
  • Genealogical Resources
  • Indian Health Service
    This page offers online publications such as Trends in Indian Health, Regional Differences in Indian Health, and other titles.
  • Native American Ethnobotany Database
    "The database -- which contains 44,000 items representing the medicinal uses of 4,029 species from 243 different plant families by 291 different native American groups " can be searched by keywords.
  • National Archeological Database includes:
    • Report Query for bibliographic citations of over 350,000 reports on archeological investigation and planning
    • Guidance on compliance with the Native American Grave Protection And Repatriation Act
    • Maps displaying archaeological and environmental data at the state/country level
  • National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
    • Native American Records
    • NARA Archival Research Catalog
      The online catalog of NARA's nationwide holdings in the Washington, DC area, Regional Archives and Presidential Libraries. You can perform a keyword, digitized image and location search. ARC's advanced functionalities also allow you to search by organization, person, or topic.
  • National Museum of the American Indian
    This museum is "dedicated to the preservation, study, and exhibition of the life, languages, literature, history, and arts of Native Americans. Established by an act of Congress in 1989, the museum works in collaboration with the Native peoples of the Western Hemisphere to protect and foster their cultures by reaffirming traditions and beliefs, encouraging contemporary artistic expression, and empowering the Indian voice."
  • Native American Constitution and Law Digitization Project
    A cooperative project of the University of Oklahoma Law Library and the National Indian Law Library. Provides access to Constitutions, Tribal Codes, and other legal documents. "Tribal constitutions and codes are the heart of self-government for over 500 federally recognized tribes, and are the lifeblood of Indian sovereignty."
  • Native American Rights Fund (NARF)
    This site provides information about NARF activities, history, cases, newsletters, journals, links to tribal information.
  • National Indian Law Library. Their catalog information about Indian Tribal Codes in their collection are available.
  • Native American Technology and Art
    This site looks at clothing, metallurgy, pottery, and other aspects of Native American technology.
  • Native Web Site Evaluation
    "The purpose of this Web page is to provide some guidelines useful for evaluating and identifying Web sites that contain accurate information and that are not exploitative of American Indians."
  • Index of Native American Resources on the Internet
  • Native American Sites
  • NativeWeb
  • Tribal Court Clearinghouse
    This site features codes and constitutions, law review articles, overviews of legal issues, news, court opinions from the Supreme Court and tribal courts, links to Native web sites, and other information. "The Tribal Court Clearinghouse is designed as a resource for tribal justice systems and others involved in the enhancement of justice in Indian country."
  • The West
    Web page for the PBS series includes timelines, biographies, and full text primary source documents.
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