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Open Access American Indian Law Resources

  • American Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties (Vol. I - VII)
    Charles J. Kapler's Indian Affairs: Law and Treaties is an accepted resource for the full-text of treaties between American Indian tribes and the United States government and for related statutes and executive orders. Oklahoma State University Library Electronic Publishing Center has digitized this resource and made it freely available on the Web. This collection is supplemented by online American Indian Treaties 1722 - 1805.
  • American Indian Treaties 1722 - 1805
    This online collection consists of nine treaties omitted from other popular online compilations. This collection supplements the online American Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties (Vol. I - VII).
  • Legal Guide to Indians of the North Americas (Library of Congress)
    This pathfinder offers links to primary texts, commentaries, and agencies.
  • Native American Law
    The strength of this unassuming site is its simplified tabbed-style index organizing links to primary materials, bibliographies, resource collections, organizations, Indian nations, and other indigenous sites.
  • The Supreme Court of the Navajo Nation
    Resources include supreme court opinions, rules of appellate procedure, and information on supreme court justices.
  • UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
    The Declaration was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on September 13, 2007.

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