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Coverage to present
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Hundreds of primary documents and images, including treaties, speeches, traditional stories, and captivity narratives with contextual annotation; maps and photographs; and hundreds of vetted Web sites. More » Less «
Coverage 1700s to present
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Full-text legal materials by and about indigenous peoples of the United States. Includes federal law relating to tribes, such as relevant sections of the US Code and CFR, some legislative history, and administrative decisions. Selected tribal law is also available including constitutions, codes, by-laws. Also includes some scholarly works. More » Less «
Coverage 1629 to 1855
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A collection of major treaties between indigenous peoples of North America and the American colonies, and later the United States. Keyword search or browse by date, region (state or tribe), and title. CD-ROM database available on Law Library computers located near the reference desk with a Law Library Workstation sign. More » Less «
Coverage to present
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The Indigenous Law Portal brings together collection materials from the Law Library of Congress as well as links to tribal websites and primary source materials found on the internet. Organized by state, then by tribes within the state. More » Less «
Coverage 1700s to present
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Case law, legislation, regulations and other materials from the U.S. (federal, states, military, Native American), Canada, UK and other foreign countries. Coverage is especially good for older materials, although some newer content is available including California Records and Briefs. More » Less «
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An introduction to legal materials available at the UW Law Library on Native Americans, including indigenous peoples of Alaska and Hawaii. Includes treaties, statutes, executive orders, court decisions, and administrative actions. More » Less «

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