CMN Library N.A. Links org/ Collection of articles describing the many forms of native american technology art OAIT Office of american Indian Trust http//www.doi.gov/oait/links http://www.menominee.edu/library/NAlinks.html
Extractions: Congressman Faleomavaega announced today that the International Relations Subcommittee on the Western Hemisphere held a hearing today on an overview of U.S. policy towards the Western Hemisphere. As a member of the Subcommittee, Congressman Faleomavaega entered a statement for the record and questioned several witnesses from the Presidents administration including the Honorable John P. Walters, Director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy, as well as the Honorable Adolfo Franco, Assistant Administrator for Latin America, and the Acting Assistant Secretary for the Western Hemisphere, Mr. J. Curtis Struble. I want to commend you for holding a hearing on an overview of U.S. policy towards the Western Hemisphere. This hearing is of critical importance given the concerns we have about drug production in the region. Given that more than 16 million Americans use drugs monthly, I am pleased that President Bush has announced a new National Drug Control Strategy which includes, in part, $731 million for the Andean Counter-drug Initiative in Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Panama, Peru and Venezuela.
Extractions: Homepage Subjects Search Tools Newsroom ... Comment American Indian and Alaska Native Tribal Government Policy. Washington, DC: US Department of Energy, Office of Environmental Management, 2000. http://www.ci.doe.gov/indianbk.pdf Abstract: This Policy sets forth the principles to be followed by the Department of Energy (DOE) to ensure and effective implementation of a government-to-government relationship with American Indian and Alaska Native tribal governments. This Policy is based on the United States Constitution, treaties, Supreme Court decisions, Executive Orders, statutes, existing federal policies, tribal laws, and the dynamic political relationship between Indian nations and the Federal government. American Indian Perspectives on the Yucca Mountain Site Characterization Project and the Repository Environmental Impact Statement: American Indian Resource Document (front matter only). Consolidated Group of Tribes and Organizations, American Indian Writers Subgroup, 1998. http://www.ymp.gov/deisref/collection/disk1/042.pdf
Links Related To Native Issues http//www.epa.gov/tribalmsw Waste Management http//www.narf.org native americanRights Fund. aisescoloradoprofs.org Website of american Indian Science http://hozhoni.fortlewis.edu/links.htm
Extractions: The 39th Annual Hozhoni Days March 24th -30th, 2003 if you have a favorite site that you think should be on this page, send it in to this site by clicking here . Note: the sites listed here do not necessarily express the views of Wanbli-Ota, the Native American Center, or Fort Lewis College, but are provided only as a forum for learning and debate. Other FLC Student Organizations: Other FLC Websites: Sites of general interest: http://www.critfc.org : Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission http://www.doi.gov/bia/information/indian_links_gov.htm : Extensive BIA site with links to just about everything having to do with Native Americans http://nativeamericas.aip.cornell.edu : The Native Americas Journal online magazine http://www.indianz.com : Indian news and other happenings website http://www.nativepeoples.com : National Native Peoples online magazine http://www.navajoboy.com
Library Guides american Indian Policy Center, www.airpi.org/. american Indians/native americans. Bureauof Indian Affairs, www.doi.gov/bureauindian-affairs.html. http://www.uwm.edu/Libraries/ris/guides/india154.htm
Extractions: There are a number of information resources for Native American Studies on the World Wide Web. Listed below are just a few sites that have useful information and/or links. For more Web resources, search the Internet using various search engines (AltaVista, Google). For other useful sites consult Multicultural Resources on the Internet. United States and Canada [call number (REF) E 184 .A1 G874 1999]. Alaska Natives and American Indians www.uaa.alaska.edu/just/rlinks/natives/index.html American Indian Culture Research Center www.bluecloud.org/dakota.html American Indian/Native American: Tribes/Nations www.louisville.edu/Libraries/ekstrom/govpubs/subjects/indians/tribe.html Center for Multilingual, Multicultural Research Native American Resources www-rcf.usc.edu/~cmmr/Native_American.html Information on Individual Native Nations www.nativeculture.com/lisamitten/nations.html Native American Organizations and Urban Indian Centers www.nativeculture.com/lisamitten/organizations.html Native American History and Culture www.si.edu/resource/faq/nmai/start.htm
Program Summary, Mission, Vision National Historic Preservation Act, the native american Graves Protection US Departmentof Energy american Indian Policy 3766332 E-mail Kevin_V_Clarke@rl.gov. http://www.hanford.gov/doe/inp/progsum.htm
Extractions: Privacy/Security Notice Program Summary, Mission and Goals The U.S. Department of Energy Richland Operations Office (DOE-RL) manages the Department's Hanford Site, which is located near Richland, Washington in the Southeast portion of the State. The missions of the 1,465 square kilometer (560 square mile) site are to safely clean up and manage the site's legacy wastes, and to develop and deploy technology. Through these missions, the site contributes to the economic diversification of the region. Hanford was established during the Second World War to produce plutonium for America's first nuclear weapons. Peak production years were reached in the 1960's when nine production reactors were in operation at the Site. All weapons production was halted in the late 1980's and the Site is now engaged in the world's largest environmental cleanup project. This cleanup project concerns many governments, interest groups, and private citizens. The State of Washington, the Environmental Protection Agency, Tribal Governments, and various public interest groups all are involved with DOE-RL and the Hanford Site. The DOE American Indian Policy states among other things that
Indian Law Research www.usdoj.gov/otj/index.html. Major Organizations/Institutions native AmericanRights Fund http//www.NARF.org Oneida Indian Nation treaties Project http http://www.law.umn.edu/library/tools/pathfinders/IndianLaw.html
Extractions: FINDING: Finding Books Library catalogs (Suggested subject searches include: Indians of North America , with subdivisions including - Legal status, laws, etc. Adoption Property Child Welfare Civil Rights Claims Claims Against Courts Gambling Government Relations Land Transfers , and Politics and Government . Individual tribal names are also useful as search terms. You can arrive at subject headings that are relevant to your research by beginning with a key word search using more specific terms. For example, find practice materials by using key words legal education and Indians . After looking at the results of the key word search, try searching again using the subject headings listed at the end of records for works that seem useful.) MNCAT http://mncat.lib.umn.edu/#http://mncat.lib.umn.edu/ WORLDCAT http://www.lib.umn.edu/web-bin/wcat.cgi
MONTEAU & PEEBLES LLP - RESOURCES Indian Affairs Laws treaties Compiled and Courts Directory Executive Whitehouse.govFederal Register A federal interagency native american website designed http://www.ndnlaw.com/resources.html
Extractions: Q: How many federally recognized Indian tribes are there in Washington State? A: There are 29 federally recognized tribes in Washington State Q: What is a Federally recognized tribe? A: "Federally recognized," means these tribes and groups have a special, legal relationship with the U.S. government. This relationship is referred to as a government-to-government relationship. Members of Federally recognized Tribes who do not reside on their reservations have limited relations with the BIA and IHS, since BIA and IHS programs are primarily administered for members of Federally recognized tribes who live on or near reservations. Q: How does one trace Native American ancestry and become a member of a tribe? Many people think that the BIA retrieves genealogical information from a massive national Indian registry or comprehensive computer database. This is not true. Most BIA offices, particularly the central (headquarters, Washington, DC) and area (field) offices do not keep individual Indian records and the BIA does not maintain a national registry. The BIA does not conduct genealogical research for the public.
Native American Legal Links x1cppcg.htm Not specifically about native Americans, but does let you see how theAmerican Indian plight Indian Affairs http//www.senate.gov/~scia/ committee http://www.thebearbyte.com/Links/NALegal.htm
Native American Natural Resource Management Electronic Mail through INTERNET (RIC@NALUSDA.gov); NAL Bulletin Board (RIC/RICHSConference) 1301-504-6510. or native()american? or american()Indian? http://www.nal.usda.gov/ric/ricpubs/qb9339.html
Extractions: (800) 633-7701, or (301) 504-5372 June 1993 ISSN: 1052-5378 Quick Bibliography Series Bibliographies in the Quick Bibliography Series of the National Agricultural Library, are intended primarily for current awareness, and as the title of the series implies, are not indepth exhaustive bibliographies on any given subject. However, the citations are a substantial resource for recent investigations on a given topic. They also serve the purpose of bringing the literature of agriculture to the interested user who, in many cases, could not access it by any other means. The bibliographies are derived from computerized online searches of the AGRICOLA data base. Timeliness of topic and evidence of extensive interest are the selection criteria. The author/searcher determines the purpose, length, and search strategy of the Quick Bibliography. Information regarding these is available upon request from the author/searcher.
Links: Native Americans NARF attorneys, most of whom are native Americans, defend Social Security OnlineAmerican Indian Alaska natives AIAN) website http//www.ssa.gov/aian/ You http://www.nwjustice.org/links/natives.html
NIGA RESOURCE LIBRARY can I go for information on treaties between Indian can I find information about NativeAmerican Poverty, population www.census.gov/prod/www/abs/decenial.html http://www.indiangaming.org/library/faqs.html