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Extractions: Definition Background Update Tip Definition The Native American Treaties and Agreements are a collection of Executive Orders Treaties Proclamations , and Memorandums concerning United States policy on Native American affairs. Background Between 1789 and 1871, the President was empowered by the Senate to make treaties with the Native American Tribes in the U.S. These treaties recognize the sovereignty of Native Americans. Article II, Section 2, clause 2 (better known as the Supremacy Clause) of the U.S. Constitution gives priority to treaties should there be a conflict between a treaty and either a constitutional provision or state law. The President's authority to make treaties with Native Americans was terminated by the Act of March 3, 1871. However, this statute did not alter or abrogate the terms of treaties that had already been made. Native American treaties are still enforced today, and continue to constitute a major Federal source of Native American law Many of the very early Native American treaties were treaties of peace and friendship. A few Native American treaties included mutual assistance pacts, or pacts to prevent other Tribes from making hostile attacks. The majority of Native American treaties dealt with trade and commerce. Later, Native American treaties usually included provisions for fixed territory boundaries.
HSU Library - Subject Guides Native American Studies Humboldt State University Library Subject Guides native american Studies Comprehensive Web Pages Index of native american Resources on the Internet (http//www.hanksville.org/NAresources) Karen Strom maintains this extensive site. american Indian and Alaska native Populations ( http// www. census. gov/ population/ www/ socdemo/ important documents, e.g., the 1850 unratified treaties. Also includes a Hupa http://library.humboldt.edu/~berman/nas.htm
Extractions: Native American Children's Literature in the Classroom: An Annotated Bibliography Karen Strom maintains this extensive site. Do read the Frequently Asked Questions! This is an extremely well-maintained directory of Indian resources. Sections include: Information on Individual Native Nations; Native Organizations and Urban Indian Centers; Tribal Colleges, Native Studies Programs, and Indian Education; Languages; The Mascot Issue; Native Media (organizations, journals and newspapers, radio and television); Powwows and Festivals; Sources for Indian Music; Native Arts Organizations and Individuals (artists, performers, celebrities, actors, actresses, storytellers, authors, activists); Indians in the Military; Native Businesses; and General Indian-Oriented Home Pages. NativeWeb (http://www.nativeweb.org)
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Extractions: Subject-arranged index compiled by Karen Strom, with categories that include history, music, art, education, videos, bibliographies, government resources, commercial sites, job notices, electronic texts (links to magazines, publishers, and whole texts of books), and home pages for individuals Native Culture.com URL: http://www.nativeculture.com/lisamitten/indians.html Links compiled by Lisa Mitten to home pages of individual native Nations; organizations and businesses; journals and newspapers; powwows and festivals; tribal colleges and Indian education. (Nativeculture.com site also includes articles and other links besides Mitten's.) Indigenous Peoples' Literature URL: http://www.indians.org/welker/natlit1.htm
Extractions: GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS United States Government Information U.S. Resources State Resources Foreign Resources International Resources ... What's New Native American Treaties and Information Resources in Our Collection Electronic Versions of Treaties Native American Information and Links Treaties Other Materials American Indian (Office) Multimedia encyclopedia "From pre-European contact to the early 20th centurythe history, culture, words and images, legends and leaders of the United States, Canada and Northern Mexico." American Indians: A Select Catalog of National Archives Microfilm Publications (Annotated copy with notes on microfilm collections held in Government Publications.)
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Extractions: Definition Background Update Tip Definition The Native American Tribal Law Codes are rules regulations ) that are written by and used to govern individual Native American tribes. Background Tribal jurisdiction refers to the power of a Tribe to control matters through regulation and enforcement in its territory, and generally covers the following: Establishment of the form of Tribal government; Regulation of domestic relations; and Imposition of taxes. Tribal jurisdiction derives its authority mostly through Native American treaties. Native American tribes conceded land to the U.S. in return for protection of Native American territory and respect for Tribal sovereignty; however, their codes remain bound by express limits of the U.S. Constitution, Native American treaties, Federal statutes , and Federal court decisions. Currently, more than 500 Federally-recognized Native American tribes have jurisdiction over nearly 53 million acres of land (about 3% of the land within the continental U.S.).
Envirotext Listing of native american related Internet Sites. Including Tribal Sites, Other Lists of links, Indian Health Services, PowWow, and native Recipes Canada-Indian treaties. Code Talk ~ Housing native american Authors Online. Voyage to Another Universe ~ by Karen Strom. URL http// www. ihs. gov/ GeneralWeb/ http://envirotext.eh.doe.gov/
Native American Resources Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians Choctaw treaties Flying Rat Thomas J. Jesup 17April 1837 gov. Send any comments on the native american Page to David W http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgwnar/
Extractions: The Algonkians (of Coastal North Carolina) A mailing list for anyone with a genealogical interest in Indian Territory - basically the eastern half of Oklahoma, is INDIAN-TERRITORY-ROOTS-L. To subscribe send the word "subscribe" (without the quotes) as the only text in the body of a message to indian-territory-roots-Lemail@example.com . To post a message to the list, send to firstname.lastname@example.org The Choctaw Agency Office, 421 Powell St., Philadelphia, MS 39350, 601-656-1521.
Native American Resources Primary sources for native american Law. See also under "native american treaties" below. Federal Register (U.S. States government Web Sites First gov - (United States Office of Citizen Services and Communications). http://www.llcc.cc.il.us/gtruitt/SCJ%20251%20Fall%202002%20Start%20Page/251/SCJ%
Extractions: No single Federal or tribal criterion establishes a person's identity as an Indian. Government agencies use differing criteria to determine who is an Indian eligible to participate in their programs. Tribes also have varying eligibility criteria for membership. To determine what the criteria might be for agencies or Tribes, you must contact each entity directly. To be eligible for Bureau of Indian Affairs services, an Indian must (1) be a member of a Tribe recognized by the Federal Government, (2) one-half or more Indian blood of tribes indigenous to the United States (25 USC 479) ; or (3) must, for some purposes, be of one-fourth or more Indian ancestry. By legislative and administrative decision, the Aleuts, Eskimos and Indians of Alaska are eligible for BIA services. Most of the BIA's services and programs, however, are limited to Indians living on or near Indian reservations. The Bureau of the Census counts anyone an Indian who declares himself or herself to be an Indian. In 1990 the Census figures showed there were 1,959,234 American Indians and Alaska Natives living in the United States (1,878,285 American Indians, 57,152 Eskimos, and 23,797 Aleuts). This is a 37.9 percent increase over the 1980 recorded total of 1,420,000. The increase is attributed to improved census taking and more self- identification during the 1990 count.
Immigration...Native American: Destroying Cultures century, they encountered diverse native american culturesas be considered thefirst North american immigration, were direct result of treaties, written and http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/ndlpedu/features/immig/native_american.html
Extractions: Map Collections, 1500-2003 Today, people see the policies of the past with 21st century eyes. One might wonder how the nation's indigenous population became "inferior" cultures in their own land, or how a nation could have committed such atrocities in the name of "progress". One might question whether it is acceptable to make national decisions without involving in the decision making process those who will be most drastically affected.
Government Documents Library Executive Orders, treaties, Proclamations, and Memorandums concerning United Statespolicy on native american affairs http//envirotext.eh.doe.gov/treaties.htm. http://gateway.library.uiuc.edu/doc/Exhibits/nativeamericans.html
Extractions: Native American Studies Catalog Site Search Home McDaniel College Text in BROWN indicates that the item is located in Hoover Library. For journal and magazine articles on Native Americans, see Journal Databases General Resources American Indian Resources (Will Karkavelas, Osaka University, Japan) http://jupiter.lang.osaka-u.ac.jp/~krkvls/naindex.html
UCSC Guide To Native American Legal Sources (Ch. 17 native americans ) McH Stacks KF4748 .B2 1999 Documents of american Indiandiplomacy treaties, agreements, and conventions, 17751979 / compiled by http://library.ucsc.edu/gov/webhandouts/scnatamerlaw.html
Extractions: Reference Materials Subject Headings Periodicals Web Sites History of Indian-White Relations , and Vol. 8: California Back to top Use these subject headings to search the library catalog for additional books on this topic. Indians of North America Civil rights Indians of North America Government relations Indians of North America Legal status, laws, etc. Indians of North America Treaties American Indian law review. Norman, Okla., University of Oklahoma Press. [1973 - McH Curr Journals K1.M43 [UCSC has 1976+ ] The NARF legal review / Native American Rights Fund. [Boulder, Colo.] : The Fund, [1983- McH Stacks KF8201.A3 N37 [UCSC has 1994+ ] Back to top There are many good web sites, and they each refer to each other extensively. US Govt. Printing Office: Native Americans Indian Law: an Overview From Cornell's Legal Information Institute Relations Between The United States and Native Americans A section of the Avalon Project from Yale Law School
Native American Studies UCSC Reference Guide Viewport native american treaties and Agreements, http//envirotext.eh.doe.gov/treaties.htm.native american Tribal Law Codes, http//envirotext.eh.doe.gov/triblaw.htm. http://library.ucsc.edu/ref/instruction/refguides/nat_am/viewport.html
Extractions: A LIBRARY RESEARCH GUIDE Introduction This guide is designed to help you do research on social, cultural, political, economic, literary, and historical topics related to Native Americans, or American Indians. Primary focus of this guide is Indians of North America - the indigenous peoples of the contiguous United States, Canada and Alaska. Sources listed below represent a sampling of the library's collection. Note that the cross-disciplinary nature of Native American studies means that relevant titles are often dispersed throughout the collection. Background Info Taking a few minutes to read about your topic in a specialized encyclopedia, dictionary or handbook may be one of the most effective and time saving research tips in this guide. These can help you define unfamiliar terms, locate quick biographical information, verify dates and events. Encyclopedia articles are often followed by carefully selected bibliographies or lists of references to other works, useful items to have as you begin looking for additional information. The following are located on the Reference shelves behind the Reference Desk area. If you'd like learn more about research and online resources stop by the Reference Desk, or take a
Extractions: Guide to Law Online ... Index United States: Native Americans Texts Commentary Agencies Other Links Code of Federal Regulations, Title 25 (Indians) (GPO Access) - Includes the current April 1, 2000 edition and the previous three years Code of Federal Regulations, Title 25 (Indians) (Cornell's Legal Information Institute) Constitutions (University of Oklahoma Law Library / National Indian Law Library) Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties (OSU Library Digitization Center) - Includes treaties from 1770 to 1883, as published in Vol. II of Charles J. Kappler's 1904 compilation. Indian Entities List (U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs) -
Canadian Indian Treaties - Native Studies - University Of Alberta Libraries University of Alberta's directory of information on Canadian treaties.Category Society Ethnicity Law and Politics treaties of the English Colonial treaties with the american Indians; including a Saskatoon,SK native Law Centre, 1990. gov DOC CA1 R325/1979 UA Rutherford S Flr 2 http://www.library.ualberta.ca/subject/nativestudies/treaties/index.cfm
Extractions: Cree Indian Treaties Indians of North America Alberta Claims Indians of North America Alberta Treaties Indians of North America Canada Claims Indians of North America Canada Constitutional Law Indians of North America Canada Government Relations Indians of North America Canada Land Transfers Treaties Inuit Canada Metis If you want to browse the stacks for books on Canadian Indian Treaties , the following Call Numbers will lead you to the correct area of the Rutherford Library: Treaties General: GOV DOC CA1 CI 72- Treaties North: GOV DOC CA1 R 32 Treaties James Bay: GOV DOC CA1 Z9 To find journal articles you need to search in a periodical index . Many indexes are available online, some are on CD-ROM, and some are in print. We refer to the CD-ROM and online indexes as databases
Links native american Nations. native american treaties and Information.Smithsonian Institution National Museum of the american Indian. http://www.doi.gov/oait/links.htm
Extractions: BLM - Guidance for Native American Consultation Bureau of Indian Affairs Bureau of Reclamation - Native American Affairs Office FWS - Course - FWS Trust Responsibilities to Native Americans ... Veteran Affairs Alaska Inter-Tribal Council Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council ... National Park Service - Tribal Preservation Program Draft United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Declaration on the Establishment of the Arctic Council International Decade of the World's Indigenous People Organization of American States - Promotion and Protection of Human Rights ... Smithsonian Institution - National Museum of the American Indian
Legislation Selected Authorities native americans Cultural Resources. Domestic Protectionsfor american Indian Cultural Property. Indian Affairs Laws and treaties. http://www.doi.gov/oait/legislat.htm
Extractions: Historical review of Federal Indian Policy The Constitution of the United States of America The Constitution of the Iroquois Nations Historic U.S. Supreme Court Cases ... Nixon Policy Statement for Self-Determination SELECTED PUBLICATIONS Canby, William C. 1988. American Indian Law in a Nutshell. 2nd edition. West Publishing Co., St. Paul, Minnesota. Cohen, Felix S. Handbook of Federal Indian Law. 1982 edition. Michie Bobbs-Merrill Publishers, Charlottesville, Virginia. Getches, David H., and Wilkinson, Charles F., Williams, Robert A. Jr. 1993. Cases and Materials on Federal Indian Law. 3rd edition. West Publishing Co., St. Paul, Minnesota. Tyler S. Lyman. 1973. A History of Indian Policy. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs. U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C Utter, Jack. 1993. American Indians: Answers to Todays Questions. National Woodlands Publishing Company, Lake Ann, Michigan. OTHER SOURCES OF INFORMATION Local Libraries first and best resource for finding information on American Indians and Alaska Natives. Other major Sources Natural Resources Library
Extractions: Popular Names of Federal Native American Laws - (The Center for Regulatory Effectiveness). Selected list of laws with links to U.S. Code. Table of Popular Names of U.S. Laws - (Legal Information Institute, Cornell University). Alphabetical list with links to U.S. Code. United States Code - (Legal Information Institute, Cornell University). Browse, search by keyword(s) or citation.
Indian Health Service : Native American Resources of Trust Responsibilities CanadaIndian treaties Code Talk On-Line Novel StorytellersNative american Authors Online URL http//www.ihs.gov/GeneralWeb/Links http://www.ihs.gov/GeneralWeb/Links/AmericanIndian/index.asp