EDSITEment Calendar Teacher Serve (W) Not 'Indians,' Many Tribes native american Diversity (LP), 21972500 native americans conclude the Trail of Broken treaties march to http://edsitement.neh.gov/Calendar_Archives/calendar_November.html
NSU Library -American Indian Resources Health Service Home Page http//www.ihs.gov/. native american History Resources onthe Internet http//www Indian Affairs Laws and treaties Compiled by Charles J http://library.nsuok.edu/Resources/Subjects/indanres.html
Extractions: E-mail: AIRC@colapl.org The American Indian Resource Center (AIRC) was established in 1979 to meet the informational, cultural and educational needs of Native Americans in Los Angeles County and to make information about them available to the larger community. The AIRC collection is the largest public library collection in the U.S. that focuses on American Indians. AIRC materials include audiocassettes, books, compact discs, films, magazines, microfilm, newsletters, newspapers, and videocassettes. Most of these materials can be checked out. The collection attempts to cover the full spectrum of American Indian experience in the continental United States - from Pre-Columbian times to the present. Subjects covered include art, architecture, bibliographies, biographies, education, fiction, history, languages, literature, government relations, federal Indian law, tribal law, tribal studies (individual tribes) and geographic area studies (e.g., California Tribes). AIRC has the only complete sets of Indian Census Records (1885 - 1940) and Records of the Indian Claims Commission (1946-1977) outside of the National Archives in Washington, D.C.
American Indian And Alaskan Native american Indian and Alaskan native Beneficiaries. governments as set forth in theConstitution of the United States, treaties, statutes, Executive orders http://cms.hhs.gov/aian/Eo13084.asp
Illinois Native American Genealogy Magazines. Military. Tribesby-States Map Index, from Bureau of Indian Affairs.The Winnebago War - It was during gov. native american Message Forums. treaties. http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/illinois/
Extractions: Illinois Native American Genealogy Match All Any term in Search Index: Native American Fort Smith AR [ All ] This search does not include images such as some of our Genealogy Books Online Native American rolls , and World War 2 records. Add a Illinois Native American Link Native American Genealogy Bookstore Native American Store Archives, Libraries and Societies National Archives Information Locator (NAIL) The National Archives is making great strides in digitizing some of the information it has in its collection. While it is unreasonable to think that all of the paper collections housed within the Archives are available online, there has been some progress made to assist researchers in locating information. One of these tools is NAILthe National Archives Information Locator. Libraries AccessGenealogy Library - Provides a listing of our on line books, books we own, and books we will be putting on line. Marquette University Archives
Extractions: NativeWeb Native American Tribal Pages is a list of links to tribal government web sites. The Bureau of Indian Affairs maintains a list of Federally recognized Indian tribes. American Indian Reservations and Trust Areas This site offers a compendium of information about the governments and economic infrastructures of these areas. The material is arranged geographically, and is presented in small files based on location. Troy Johnson, a professor at California State University at Long Beach, maintains a list of tribes not recognized by the Federal government . It is arranged by the states in which the tribes are located. The Bureau of Indian Affairs also maintains a list of non-Federally recognized Indian tribes that have applied for Federal acknowledgment
General Reference Indian Affairs; CanadaIndian treaties; Home Pages of Individual native Nations.native american Resources on the Internet http//www.ihs.gov/misc/links_gateway http://www.twingroves.district96.k12.il.us/NativeAmericans/GeneralRef.html
Extractions: If you can't find it here, then maybe it doesn't exist. From the Indian Health Services comes this great listing of anotated links to all types of subjects having to do with Native American Indians. Native American History http://jupiter.lang.osaka-u.ac.jp/~krkvls/history.html An extensive listing of annotated links to sites on the internet dealing with Native American Tribes.
Treaty Research: Sources And Tips treaties Between The United States and native americans. The full texts of treatieswith the US are provided via Canadoamerican treaties Web Site. (gov. Docs. http://www.lib.msu.edu/schaubm1/treaties.htm
Extractions: This guide is far from comprehensive; rather, it provides information on a selection of the most important starting points and strategies. Most of the materials listed below are located in Main Library Reference, the Government Documents Library, or are accessible via the WWW. Please ask at the Main Library Reference Desk (Main Library, 1st floor East) if you need further assistance. Treaty Texts Special Topics: Native Americans Special Topics: Tax Treaties Special Topics: Tips for Tracking ... To the Top Index to Multilateral Treaties: A Chronological List of Multiparty International Agreements from the 16th Century through 1963, with Citations to Their Texts . (Reference JX171 .H35) Produced by the Harvard Law School Library, this volume provides subject and country access to over 3800 treaties concluded between 1596 and 1963. Citations to the full text are provided. Information on Intergovernmental Organizations (IGOS) and Law in the MSU Libraries: Information by Subject is a selective bibliography of subject-specific compilations of multilateral treaties and conventions. Broad subject areas include: Arms Control, Disarmament and War; Culture and Cultural Heritage; Education; Environment; Fisheries, Food and Agriculture; Health; Human Rights; Intellectual Property; Labour; Oceans and Law of the Sea; Outer Space; Peacekeeping; Telecommunications; Trade; and Women's Rights. Links to full-text resources are provided.
Cofrin Library Native American Guide 1904 (5 vols.) Ref/gov Pub/US I 1. 107 (7 vols., plus a supplement). A compilationof the treaties, laws, executive orders relating to native american affairs http://www.uwgb.edu/library/guides/native.html
Extractions: Cofrin Library Catalog Library Site Index Ask a Librarian! Native Americans: Library Resources Return to Library Guides SCOPE This guide is an introduction to Native American resources available at the Cofrin Library and is by no means comprehensive. For the purpose of this guide, Native American, also called Amerindian Amerind , or Indian , refers to any member of the aboriginal peoples of North America. This guide has been created to assist students taking courses regarding American and Wisconsin Indians, and thus the focus is on Native Americans in the United States. This guide is available in paper and online at http://www.uwgb.edu/library/guides/native.html . With the online version you can directly connect to any sources that have an Internet address (http://....). SEARCHING THE LIBRARY CATALOG For subject search, type Indians of North America . This subject can be narrowed by adding a subheading or a geographic area. You can also do a subject search for a particular tribe (but you have to add the word Indians after the tribe name). Another option is to search by keyword, in which you do not have to match the subject heading exactly. In keyword searching you can combine words or phrases by using connecting words such as
Native Americans National Preserve http//www.nps.gov/bela/html www.geocities.com/Athens/6979/treaties.html10 worldfreeinternet.net/archive/arc12.htm native american Rights http http://eduscapes.com/42explore/native.htm
Extractions: This project on Native Americans includes tons of resources - - too many to fit onto just this one page! Connect to the project's three other companion pages for lots more ideas and information: (1) Biographies of Native Americans - A to Z Native American Tribes and Cultures , and (3) Easier - Native Americans, sometimes called American Indians, are descendants of the first people to live in the Americas. They had been living there for thousands of years before any Europeans arrived. Harder - When Columbus landed in what is now known as the West Indies, he incorrectly thought he had reached the Indies. He called the native people he met Indians. The Indians of the Americas spoke hundreds of different languages, had many varied ways of life, and each group had its own name. Some lived in large cities and others in small villages. Still others kept moving throughout the year, hunting animals and gathering wild plants. First Americans by K. Martin (Grades 4-8)
RESEARCHING AMERICAN INDIAN LAW treaties with native american Tribes, and the creation of Superintendents Officefor Indian Affairs. United States code (USC) (http//www.access.gpo.gov/ http://www.law.umkc.edu/faculty/profiles/stancel/indian.htm
Extractions: RESEARCHING AMERICAN INDIAN LAW American Indian law presents a complex combination of statutes, rules, regulations, tribal laws, treaties, and agency and judicial decisions. At the federal level, laws are recorded in Statutes at Large which is codified in Title 25 of the United States Code . Administrative decisions are reported in the Federal Register and codified in Title 25 of the Code of Federal Regulations . Tribal laws (constitutions and charters of individual tribes) can be found in the series "The Constitutions and Laws of the American Indian Tribes." [LOCATION : KF8228 .C903 date] MAJOR LEGISLATIVE ACTS The following acts represent some of the major pieces of legislation that govern federal American Indian law. United States Constitution (based on the) Articles of Confederation - Congress is granted the power to regulate commerce with the Indian tribes, President empowered to make treaties with the consent of the Senate. Article I Section 8, clause 3
TCU: Private Orgs Links Index lisamitten/nations.html; native american treaties and Information http//wwwlibraries.colorado.edu/ps/gov/us/native.htm;native Child http http://www.omhrc.gov/OMH/Tribal Colleges/2pgTCU/links_nonfed.htm
Extractions: United States Serial Set Number 4015 contains the second part of the two-part Eighteenth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1896-1897 . (Part one is printed in United States Serial Set Number 4014 .) Part two, which was also printed as House Document No. 736 of the U.S. Serial Set , 56th Congress, 1st Session, features sixty-seven maps and two tables compiled by Charles C. Royce, with an introductory essay by Cyrus Thomas. The tables are entitled: The Schedule of Indian Land Cessions subtitle notes that it "indicates the number and location of each cession by or reservation for the Indian tribes from the organization of the Federal Government to and including 1894, together with descriptions of the tracts so ceded or reserved, the date of the treaty, law or executive order governing the same, the name of the tribe or tribes affected thereby, and historical data and references bearing thereon." The Schedule of Indian Land Cessions comprises 709 entries with links to the related map or maps for each entry. The tables and essays are available in both searchable text and page images and the maps are available in images. Due to the complexity of information presented in each entry, it is strongly recommended that users print out both pages of a table entry for comparison with the related map.
Homework Center - Native American Sites Springs Walla Walla, Wasco and Paiute native american tribes Fisheries Commissionhttp//www.nwifc.wa.gov/tribes/ Western Washington native tribes and http://www.multcolib.org/homework/natamhc.html
Native American Working Group Home Page and research on topics important to native communities and information is availableat http//www.american.edu/wins A web site, www.aphis.usda.gov/anawg/wins http://www.aphis.usda.gov/anawg/
Extractions: APHIS Home USDA Home Send Email to ANAWG What is the APHIS Native American Working Group (ANAWG)? ANAWG advises APHIS's top management about ways to enhance program delivery and accessibility to tribes, intertribal committees, and related organizations, such as the Intertribal Agriculture Council. The group also facilitates the coordination of active partnerships with tribal governments by providing assistance and advice to the agency's units. Read more about the purpose and history of the ANAWG APHIS is committed to building day-to-day working relationships with Native American governments and respecting tribal heritage and cultural values when planning and initiating its programs. What, or who, is APHIS? The Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) is part of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). APHIS provides leadership in ensuring the health and care of animals and plants, improving agricultural productivity and competitiveness, and contributing to the national economy and the public health. Learn more from the APHIS Home Page Publications of Interest Guide to USDA Programs for American Indians and Alaska Natives (Divided in sections for easy download)
Bill's Aboriginal Links: Canada And US 1995 Canada's native Peoples (Brief gov't History Selfgovernment Component of TreatiesBC's Crown PhilKon's native american Resources Site american West Indian http://www.bloorstreet.com/300block/aborcan.htm
Extractions: BC Treaty Commission Web Site ... Summary Report: Social and Economic Impacts of Claims Settlements in BC or (Full Report - 93K) Eco-Thoughts on Aboriginal Land Issues Aboriginal Rights Coalition (BC) Settlers in Support of Indigenous Sovereignty ... BC First Nations also Directory of Bands and Tribal Councils and Other Organizations Neskonlith (Shuswap Nation) Nisga'a (Schoolnet) Ts'ks'aylaxw First Nation ... Ont. MNR Intent to Impose Two ACF Licences (1996) and Negotiations Continue (1998) Ont. Agrees to Co-Management and Funding for Non-Native Commercial Fishers (1998) Concerns About Ont. MNR Fisheries Management AFS Position: Introduction of Fish Species ... The State of Canada's Forest (1997)