Native American Collection

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Basic Legal Documents - pp. 1-13 U.S. Congress, Senate - pp. 24-27 Studies by Academic & Private Organizations - pp. 42-44
Secondary Documents - pp. 13-14 U.S. Congress, Affiliated Agencies - p. 28 Periodicals, Newsletters & Series - p. 44
Treaties with the Federal & State Governments - pp. 15-19 U.S. Executive Agencies & Commissions - pp. 28-37 Reference Works - pp. 45-47
U.S. Congress Generally - p. 20 Judicial Materials, State & Federal - p. 38 Non-U.S. Relations with Indigenous Peoples - pp. 48-49
U.S. Congress, House of Representatives - pp. 21-23 U.S. State Documents - pp. 39-41 General Treatises - pp. 51-58
 
Indexes
 
Index 1: Native Tribes & Communities - p. 59-66 Index 3: Titles - pp. 70-71
Index 2: Authors & Proper Names - pp. 67-70   Index 4: Subjects - pp. 72-73
 
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Basic Legal Documents
(In alphabetical order by tribe or community)

Absentee-Shawnee Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma: Constitution & by-laws, ratified Dec. 5, 1938, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1939 [1011/1F]

Agua Caliente Band of Mission Indians (California): Constitution & by-laws, adopted June 28, 1955, amended Feb. 26, 1957, 6p, Wash., GPO. 1957 [1023/1F]

Akiak Native Community (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, approved May 11, 1949, 4p, Wash., GPO. 1950 [1025/1F] Corporate charter, approved May 11, 1949, 3p, Wash., GPO, 1950 [1026/1F]

Alabama & Coushatta Tribes of Texas: Constitution & by-laws, approved Aug. 19, 1938, 7p, Wash., GOP, 1940 [1030/1F] Corp. charter, ratified Oct. 17, 1939. 7p, Wash., GPO, 1940 [1031/1F]

Alabama-Quassarte Tribal Town (Oklahoma): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Jan. 10. 1939, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1939 [1032/1F] Corp. charter, ratified May 24, 1939, 7p, Wash., GPO, 1939 [1033/1F]

Aleut Community of St. Paul Island (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified June 12, 1950, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1951 [1034/1F] Corporate charter, ratified June 12, 1950, 2p, Wash., GPO. 1951 [1035/1F]

All Indian Pueblo Council (New Mexico): Constitution, adopted Oct. 16, 1965, 5p, (Albuquerque? 1965?) [1039/1F]

Angoon Community Association (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Nov. 15, 1939, 7p, Wash., GPO, 1940 [1081/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Nov. 15. 1939, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1940 [1082/1F]

Apache Tribe of the Mescalero Reservation (New Mexico): Constitution & by-laws, approved Mar. 25, 1936, Wash., GPO, 1936, 7 p [1087/1F] Corp. charter, ratified Aug. 1, 1936, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1937 [1088/1F] Code, adopted Nov. 20, 1937, Lawrence, KS, Haskell Institute, 1938, 41 p [1086/1F]

Atka, Native Village of (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified May 23, 1939, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1940 [2688/1F] Corporate charter, ratified May 23, 1939, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1940 [2689/1F]

Bad River Band of the Lake Superior Tribe of the Chippewa Indians (Wisconsin): Constitution & by-laws, approved June 20, 1936, 11p, Wash., GPO [1141/1F] Corporate charter, ratified May 21, 1938, 7p, Wash., GPO, 1938 [1142/1F]

Barrow, Native Village of (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Mar. 24, 1940, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1941 [2690/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Mar. 21, 1940, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1941 [2691/1F]

Bay Mills Indian Community (Michigan): Constitution & by-laws, approved Nov. 4, 1936, 7p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [1173/1F] Corp. charter, ratified Nov. 27, 1937, Wash., GPO, 1938, 7 p [1174/1F]

Big Valley Band of Pomo Indians of the Big Valley Rancheria (California): Constitution & by-laws, approved Jan. 15, 1936, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [1206/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Oct. 19, 1941, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1942 [1207/1F]

Blackfeet Tribe of the Blackfeet Indian Reservation (Montana): Constitution & by-laws, approved Dec. 13, 1935, 10p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [1215/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Aug. 15, 1936, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [1216/1F]

Bois Forte Band of Chippewa Indians (Minnesota): Charter, (Cass Lake, Minn. 1939), 5 p [1231/1F] " Single volume title, no log needed."

Buckland, Native Village of (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Dec. 30, 1950, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1951 [2692/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Dec. 30, 1950, 2p, Wash., GPO, 1951 [2693/1F]

Cachil Dehe Band of Wintun Indians of the Colusa Indian Community (California): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Nov. 23. 1941, 7p, Wash., GPO, 1942 [1291/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Nov. 23, 1941. 6p, Wash., GPO, 1942 [1292/1F]

Caddo Indian Tribe of Oklahoma: Constitution & by-laws, ratified Jan. 17. 1938, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1938 [1293/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Nov. 15, 1938, 7p, Wash., GPO, 1939 [1294/1F]

Catawba Indian Tribe of South Carolina: Constitution & by-laws, approved June 30, 1944, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1946 [1355/1F]

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Chanega, Native Village of (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Feb. 3, 1940, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1941 [2694/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Feb. 3, 1940, 4p, Wash.. GPO, 1941 [2695/1F]

Cherokee Indians, Eastern Band (North Carolina): Code of ordinances, 1v., Cherokee, 969 [1370/5F]

Cherokee Indians in Oklahoma, United Keetoowah Band of: Constitution & by-laws, ratified Oct. 3, 1950, 7p, Wash., GPO, 1951 [3422/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Oct. 3, 1950, 7p, Wash., GPO, 1951 [3423/1F]

Cherokee Nation: (In order of publication date) Constitution and laws, passed at Tah-le-quah, Cherokee Nation (C.N.), 1839, 36p, Wash., Gales & Seaton,1840 [1380/1F] Laws of the Cherokee Nation, passed at Tahlequah, C.N., 1844-1845, 26+20p, C.N., 1845 [1411/1F] Laws, statutes, etc., enacted by the General Council of the Cherokees residing in the direction of the east; passed from time to time at the Council ground: starting in the year 1808, and also the laws enacted by the Cherokees known as the "Old Settlers" residing in the direction of the west beginning in the year 1824, together with {the laws of} the united Cherokees formerly residing in the direction of the east and west, and also the constitution & laws here enacted, beginning with the year 1839 and continuing to 1849, 148+31+276p, printed by order of the General Council, Tahlequah, C.N., in Cherokee [1395/5F] Constitution and laws, passed at Tahlequah, C.N., 1839-1851, 248p, Tahlequah, C.N., 1852 [1382/3F] Laws of the Cherokee Nation; adopted by the Council at various periods, 1808-1835, printed for the benefit of the nation, 179p, Tahlequah, C.N., Cherokee advocate office, 1852 [1409/2F] Laws of the Cherokee nation, passed during the years 1839-1867, compiled by authority of the National Council, {13}+208p, St. Louis, Missouri Democrat Print, 1868 [1412/3F] The Act of Union between the eastern & western Cherokees, the constitution & amendments, & the laws of the Cherokee nation, passed during the session of 1868 & subsequent sessions, 100p, Tah-le-quah, C.N., National press, E.Archer, printer, 1870 [1378/2F] Laws & joint resolutions of the National Council: passed & adopted at the regular & extra sessions of 1870, 60p, Tah-le-quah, C.N., National printing office, 1871 [1400/1F] Collected laws of the Eastern & Western Cherokees, passed from 1839-1870, 310p, Tahlequah, I.T., 1871 [1396/4F] Laws & joint resolutions of the National Council, passed & adopted at the extra & regular sessions of 1872, 61p, Tahlequah, C.N., J. Doubletooth, printer, 1873 [1401/1F] Constitution & laws, 233+5p, published by authority of the National Council, St. Louis, R.& T.A.Ennis, printers, 1875, all in Cherokee [1388/3F] Constitution & laws, 284+5p, published by authority of the National Council, St. Louis, R.&T.A.Ennis, printers, 1875 [1389/3F] An act to amend sections 29 & 30 of article 2nd, chapter 3rd and section 44 of article 4th, chapter 3rd of the Compiled Laws, 4p, {1877?} [1394/1F] Laws & joint resolutions of the National Council, passed & adopted at its regular sessions of 1876, 1877, & extra session of 1878, 52+4+46+18+4p, published in 1878 [1404/2F] Constitution & laws, 370p, published by act of the National Council, 1880, n.p., n.d. [1384 Withdrawn, duplicates 1398. See 2 titles below] Compiled Laws of the Cherokee Nation, 335p, published by authority of the National Council, Tahlequah, I.T., 1881, all in Cherokee [1397/4F] Compiled Laws of the Cherokee Nation, 370p, published by authority of the National Council, Tahlequah, I.T., National advocate print, 1881 [1398/4F] Laws & joint resolutions of the Cherokee nation, enacted during the regular & special sessions of the years 1881 & 1883, 176p, published by authority of the National Council, Tahlequah, C.N., E.C.Boudinot,Jr., printer, 1884 [1405/2F] Laws & joint resolutions of the Cherokee Nation, enacted by the National Council during the regular & extra sessions of 1884-1886, 99+87p, published by authority of the National Council, E.C. Boudinot, Jr., printer, 1887 [1407/2F] An act amending an act entitled "An act authorizing the circuit judges to hold special terms of court for the trial of civil cases," approved Nov. 14, 1888, 1p [1392/1F] Constitution & laws of the Cherokee nation, 340p, published by an act of the National Council, 1893, all in Cherokee [1385/4F] Constitution & laws, 426p, published by an act of the National Council, 1892, Parsons, Kan., The Foley R'y Printing Co.,1893 [1386/5F] An act to secure for the Cherokee nation a loan upon the contract & obligations of the United States for certain portions of the proceeds of the sale of the Cherokee Strip, and for the election of financial agents to negotiate the same, {1894?} 6p [1393/1F] Penal laws of the Cherokee Nation, passed by the National Council and approved for the years 1893-1896, 16p, {n.p., n.d.} [1414/1F]

Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma: Constitution and by-laws, ratified Sept. 18, 1937, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1938 [1417/1F]

Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe (South Dakota): Constitution and by-laws, approved Dec. 27, 1935, 20p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [1420/1F] Code of laws, compiled Feb. 21-23, 1942, 124+10+12 leaves, Cheyenne Age, S.D., 1942 [1419/2F]

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Chikasaw Nation (In order of publication date): Constitution, laws & treaties, by authority, 232p, Tishomingo City, pr. by E.J. Foster, 1860 [1428/3F] Constitution, laws and treaties, by authority, 212p, Fort Smith, Ark., The Herald office, J.F.Wheeler, printer, 1867 [1430/3] General laws of the Legislatures of 1867 to 1870, by authority, 70p, (n.p.,1871?) [1440/1F] Laws, statutes, etc., Chikashaw olka i kvnstitushvn micha i nan vlhpisa. Vhikasha olka i nan apesa yvt apesa tok mak oke, 350p, (n.p..1873?), in the Choctaw language [1436/4] Constitution, laws & treaties, by authority, 231p, Sedalia, Mo., Sedalia Democrat Co., printers, 1878 [1432/3F] General & special laws of the Chikasaw Nation, passed during the sessions of the Legislature for the years from 1878 to 1884, inclusive, by authority, 64+2p,Muskogee, Indian journal steam job print, 1884 [1439/1F] Law, statutes, etc., Chikashaw okla i nan aphipisa, Chahta im anumpa. Afammi 1878-1884 ont aialhhli ka nan alphisa toba tok, 80p, Tishominko, I.T., Muskogee, I.T., Hattak upi-Humma i holisso oka lushpa tuli isht i chuli, 1885, in the Choctaw language [1438/1F] Constitution, Chikasaw okla i kvnstitushvn micha i nan apesa tok mak oke, 394p, Atoka, I.T., Indian Citizen Print, 1890 [1425/5F] Constitution, treaties & laws, made and enacted by the Chikasaw legislature, 343p, Atoka, I.T.,Indian citizen print, 1890 [1434/4F] Laws, treaties, statutes, history, etc., comprising the treaties of 1855 & 1866, The Oklahoma Bill, and many laws of special interest to non-citizens, such as the permit law, the licensed trader law, the stock law, the mining law, the claim law, the lease law; also comprehensive chapters on the history of the Choctaws & Chikasaws, the Chikasaw government, school system, intertribal relations, geography of the country, status of freedom, non-citizens, disenfranchised citizens, jurisdiction of U.S. courts and the allotment question, 67p, Ardmore, I.T., Chieftain print, 1891 [1443/1F] Laws relating to intermarried & adopted citizens and the rights of freedmen, compiled by the Chikasaw commission, 1+5+48p, Ardmore, I.T., Press of the Chronicle,1896? [1441/1F] Laws, statutes, etc., Chikashaw okla i kvnstitoshvn micha i nan vlhpisa micha Yonaitet Estet nan ittim apehinsa tok 1832 micha 1834, 1837, 1852, 1855 micha 1866 kvt afoyukka hoke. Mikma holisso illapat toba chi ka Nov. 2, 1897, ash o Chikashaw okla i Nan apesa yvt apesa tok makoke. Davis A. Homer, asosh anumpa toshole ho, 531+ [1]+11p, Parsons, Kan., The Foley railway printing company, 1899, in the Choctaw language [1437/6F] Constitution and laws, together with the treaties of 1832, 1833, 1834, 1837, 1852, 1855, & 1866, 549p, published by authority of the Chikasaw legislature by Davis A. Homer, Parsons, Kan., The Foley railway printing company, 1899 [1426/6F]

Chilkat Indian Village (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Mar. 27, 1941, 8p, Wash., GPO, 1941 [1446/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Mar. 27, 1941, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1941 [1447/1F]

Chilkoot Indian Association (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Dec. 5, 1941, 8p, Wash., GPO, 1942 [1448/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Dec. 5, 1941, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1942 [1449/1F]

Chippewa Cree Tribe of the Rocky Boy's Reservation (Montana): Constitution & by-laws, approved July 23, 1935, 9p, Wash.. GPO. 1936 [1452/1F] Corporate charter, ratified July 25, 1936, 6p. Wash., GPO, 1937 [1453/1F]

Choctaw Nation (In order of publication date): Constitution & by-laws. Chata yakni nan ulpisa Nishboboka, micha anumpa ulhpisa aiena,34+39p, 1840, in

English & Choctaw [1460/1F] Constitution & by-laws. 34p, Park Hill, Cherokee Nation (C.N.), J.Candy, 1840, (reprint, New Haven, Yale University Press, 1970) [1459/1F] Constitution & laws. 107p, 1847 [1461/2F] Constitution & laws, 110p, 1852 [1462/2F] Acts & resolutions of the General Council, 1852- 1857, 240p, published by authority, Fort Smith, Ark., J. Dotson, printer for the Nation, 1858 [1474/3F] Acts & resolutions of the General Council, at the called session thereof, held in Apr. & June 1858, and the regular session held in Oct. 1858, 80p, published by authority, 80p, Fort Smith, Ark., J. Dotson, printer for the Nation, 1859 [1472/1F] Constitution & laws, together with the treaties of 1855, 1865 & 1866, 508p, published by authority of the General Council, Joseph P. Folsom, Chahta Tamaha, 1869, New York City, W.P. Lyon & Son, 1869 [1465/6F] Laws, statutes, etc., Chahta okla i nanalhpisa, nanapisa affami 1876 micha 1877. Aiena nanalhpisa tok oke. Atoka, Chahta yakni, 61p, W.J. Hemby, holisso ai ikbe, 1878 [1492/1F] Laws passed at the Choctaw Councils of 1876 & 1877, 71p, Atoka, Choctaw Nation, W.J. Hemby, printer. 1878 [1502/1 F] Acts & resolutions passed at the regular term of the General Council, Oct., 1880, Nos. 1-41 inclusive, 29p, Denison, Texas, M.F. Dearing, 1880 [1489/1F] General & special laws passed at the regular session convened at Vhahta, Tamaha, Oct. 3-Nov. 12, 1881, 66p, Denison, TX, The 'News" job printing house, Murray & Dearing, 1881 [1497/1F] General & special laws passed at the regular session of the General Council. Oct. 2 --Nov. 4, 1882, by authority, 38p, Denison, Tex., The "News" job printing house, Murray & Dearing, 1881 (i.e. 1882) [1499/1F] Laws passed at the Choctaw Council at the regular sess. of 1883, 71p, Sedalia, MO, Democrat steam printing house & book bindery, 1883 [1503/1F] The freedmen and registration bills, passed at a special session of the Council, Indian Terr., May, 1883, and Laws passed in 1883; Chahta okla i nan uhipesa, 8+71+87p, 1883 ed., in the English & Choctaw language [1496/2F] Constitution, treaties & laws, 200+4p, Sedalia, Mo., Democrat Steam Print, 1887 [1467/3F] Acts & resolutions of the Choctaw Council for the year 1887, 31p, Muskogee, I.T., Phoenix Steam Print, 1888 [1469/1F] Acts & resolutions of the Choctaw Council for the year 1888, 39p, Muskogee, I.T., Phoenix Printing Co., 1888 [1470/1F] Laws passed at the regular session of the General Council, Oct. 7-Nov. 15, 1889, 60p, Atoka, I.T., Indian citizen publishing co., 1890 [1504/1F] Laws passed at the regular session of 1890; Laws of the General Council 1886-1890 inclusive; Laws of the special session of Apr., 1891, 177p, n.p., 1890 [1506/4F] Laws passed at-the regular session of the General Council, 1891, 47p, Tushka, Humm, Paris. TX, Marshall's printing house, 1892 [1507/1F] Laws passed at the regular session of the General Council, 24p, 1892, Tushka, Humma, Atoka, I.T., Indian citizen publishing co., 1893 [1508/1F] Constitution, Chahta oklah i nanvlhpisa noshkobo micha nanvlhpisa Mikmvt afammih 1837, 1855, 1865 kash nanitimapisa tok (treaties) aiena ho. Chahta oklah i Nanvpisa chito vt vpisa toko anotaka hosh A.R. Durant vt vlhtuka yosk holisso achafa ilapa foki hoke. Davis Homer micha Ben Watkins, apilvchi, 428p, Tvllis, Teksis, J .F. Worley, 1894 [1458/5F] Laws passed at the regular & special sessions of the General Council, 1892-1893, 1893 & 1894 editions, 24+40p [1509/1F] Constitution & laws, together with the treaties of 1837, 1855, 1865 & 1866, 352p, publ. by authority of the General Council, Dallas, TX, J.F. Worley, 1894 [1463/4F] The Choctaw laws passed at the special sessions in Jan. & Apr., 1894, 44p, 1894 ed. [1494/1F] Acts of Council passed at the regular sessions of Oct., 1895 & 1896, and the special session of Sept. 1896, 108p, Choctaw Nation, 1897 [1491/2F] Acts and resolutions of the General Council passed at its regular session, Oct. 1897; and also all the school laws of the Choctaw Nation, 66p, Elevator job office, 1897 [1475/1F] Acts and resolutions of the General Council, passed at its regular session, 1898, and its special session, 1899, 69p, Caddo, I.T., The Herald Press, 1899 [1477/1F] Acts & resolutions of the General Council, passed at its regular session, 1899, 71+2p, South M'Alester, News Press, 1900 [1480/1F] Acts & resolutions of the General Council. passed at its regular session, 1900, and extra session, 1901, 57p, Caddo, I.T., Herald Press, 1901 [1481/1F] Acts & resolutions of the General Council, passed at its regular session, 1901, 42p, [n.p.] 1902 [1482/1F] Acts & resolutions of the General Council, passed at its regular session, 1902, and extra session, 1903, 85p, Hugo, I.T., Husonian Press, 1903 [1483/1F] Acts & resolutions of the General Council, passed at its regular session, 1903, 63p, Hugo, I.T., Hugo Husonian job print, (1904?) [1485/1F] Acts & resolutions of the General Council, passed at its regular session, 1904, 48p, (Hugo,I.T.), Hugo Husonian steam job print (1905?) [1487/1F] Acts & resolutions of the General Council, passed at its reg. sess., 1904, and extraordinary & reg. sessions, 1905, 48+56p, (n.p., 1905?) [1488/2F]

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Coeur d'Alene Tribe of Indiana: Constitution & by-laws, approved Aug. 8, 1947, 5p, Wash. GPO, 1957 [1523/1F]

Coeur d'Alene Tribe of Indians (Idaho): Law & order code, 42+iv leaves, (Plummer, Idaho?, the Tribe? 1963?) [1524/1F]

Colorado River Indian Tribes of the Colorado River Reservation (Arizona & California) Constitution and by-laws, approved Aug. 13, 1937, 13p, Wash., GPO, 1937 [1542/1F] Constitution and bylaws of the Colorado River Indian Tribes of the Colorado River Reservation, including the Indian Reorganization Act, Law & Order Code, Land Code, tribal ordinances, legal forms and secretarial regulations governing settlement of the southern reserve, 110p, (Lawrence, Kan., Haskell Institute), 1947 [1543/2F]

Covelo Indian Community (California): Constitution & by-laws, approved Dec. 16, 1936, 8p, Wash., GPO, 1937 [1597/1F]

Covelo Indian Community (Round Valley Reservation, California): Constitution & by-laws. approved Dec. 16, 1936, revised in accordance with amendment I, ratified by the community Nov. 22, 1958, approved by the Secretary of the Interior Feb. 24, 1959, 11 leaves, (n.p., 1959) [1598/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Nov. 6. 1937, 6p, Wash., GPO. 1938 [1599/1F]

Craig , Community Association of (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Oct. 8, 1938, 7p, Wash.. GPO, 1939 [1601/1F] Corp. charter, ratified Oct. 8, 1938, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1939 [1602/1F]

Creek Nation: (In order of publication date)
Constitution & laws of the Muskogee Nation, published by authority of the National Council, 142p, St. Louis, Levison & Blythe stationery Co., 1880 [1622/2F] Laws, statutes, etc., Este-Maskoke em ahaka, momet ahaka-em-pataka, L.C. Perryman, etoh tal hoecate, Fotskat Talofan, Eshotop hoyatet os, 94p, 1881 [1627/1F] Enactments of the National Council of the Muskogee Nation, sessions of 1880-1884, 44p, Muskogee, I.T., Indian Journal Steam Print, 1884 [1626/1F] Constitution & laws, compiled by L.C. Perryman, Mar. 1, 1890, 250p, Muskogee, I.T., Phoenix Printing Co., 1890 [1610/3F] Laws, statutes, etc., Licensed traders tax (1892), 1p [1630/1F] Laws, statutes, etc., Pasture law, 3p, {1892?} [1631/1F];Rules of the House of Warriors, compiled & translated by A.P. McKellop, Clerk of the House of Warriors, {1892?}, 11p, I.T., Phoenix printing co., {1892?} [1633/1F] Constitution & laws of the Muskogee Nation, as compiled & codified by A.P. McKellop, under act of Oct. 15, 1892, 243p, Muskogee, I.T., F.C.Hubbard, printer, 1893 [1624/3F]
Este Maskoke etvlwv emvhakv empvtakv momet emvhkv, D.C. Watson, etohtvlhocvtet os ot'voskv rvkko ennetta 15, 1892, vhakv hakvte vcvkvyen, Maskoke, Estecate Etvlwv, 4+1+(7)+192 +xxvii+[l]p, E.H. Hubbard & Co., svnoricvlke, 1894 [1628/3F] Acts & resolutions of the National Council of 1893, compiled by W.A. Rentie, 21+28p, Muskogee, I.T., Phoenix Printing Co., 1894 [1618/2F] Acts & resolutions of the National Council, of the extra session of Apr., & the regular session of Oct., 1894, compiled & translated by D.C. Watson, 19+22p, Muskogee, I.T., E.H.Hubbard & Co., printers, 1894 [1614/2F] Acts & resolutions of the National Council at the extra session of Jan., 1895, compiled & translated by D.C. Watson, 12+12p, Muskogee, I.T., E.H.Hubbard & Co., printers, 1895 [1616/2F] Acts & resolutions of the Creek Nation listings continue on the next page National Council of the called session of Aug. & the regular session of Oct., 1896, with Creek translation, comp. & transla. by D.C. Watson, 23+25p, Muskogee, I.T., The Phoenix Printing Co., 1896 [1612/2F] Laws, , etc., Tvlof hacu Maskokvlke em mekku. Tvlwv vlke Nvkvfte kake Upunvkv cvpku em wvkecvte. Utvwoskv-rakku, Nettv 1, 1900 [n.p.,1900?], 16p [1634/1F] Acts & resolutions of the National Council of 1893-1899 inclusive, 94+4p, Muskogee, I.T., Phoenix Printing Co., 1900 [1620/2F] Rules of the House of Warriors, adopted Dec. 7, 1903, 15p, Okmulgee, I.T., Chieftain printing house {1903} [1632/2F]

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Crow Creek Sioux Tribe of Fort Thompson (South Dakota): Constitution & by-laws, approved Apr. 26, 1949, 13p, Wash., GPO, 1957 [1643/1F]

Crow Indian Tribe (Montana): Law & order code {Proposed}, Crow Indian Reservation {Montana?}, {196_?}, 113 leaves [1644/2F]

Crow Indians (Montana): A handbook of Crow Indian laws & treaties, by J. M. Crow & Daniel S. Press, 57p, Crow Agency, Montana, 1966 [1645/1F]

Deering, Native Village of (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Oct. 26, 1945, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1946 [2696/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Oct. 26, 1945, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1946 [2697/1F]

Devils Lake Sioux Tribe, (North Dakota): Constitution & by-laws, approved Feb. 14, 1946, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1957 [1707/1F]

Diomede, Native Village of (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Jan. 31, 1940, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1941 [2698/1F] Corporate charter. ratified Jan. 31, 1940, 3p, Wash., GPO, 1941 [2699/1F]

Douglas Indian Association (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Nov. 24, 1941, 7p, Wash., GPO, 1942, [1726/1F]; Corporate charter, ratified Nov. 24, 1941, 1+1+4p, Wash., GPO, 1942 [1727/1F]

Duckwater Shoshone Tribe of the Duckwater Reservation (Nevada): Constitution & by-laws, approved Nov. 28, 1940, 9p, Wash., GPO, 1941 [1744/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Nov. 30, 1940, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1941 [1745/1F]

Eastern Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma: Constitution & by-laws, ratified Dec. 22, 1939, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1940 [1757/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Dec. 12, 1940, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1941 [1758/1 F]

Elim, Native Village of (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Nov. 24, 1939, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1940 [2700/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Nov. 24, 1939, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1940 [2701/1F]

Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe (South Dakota): Constitution & by-laws, approved Apr. 24, 1936, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [1829/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Oct. 31, 1936, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1937 [1830/1F]

Flathead Reservation, Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes of (Montana): Constitution & by-laws, approved Oct. 28, 1935, 12p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [1554/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Apr. 15, 1936, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [1556/1F]

Fond du Lac Band of Chippewa Indians (Minnesota): Charter of organization, 6p, {Cass Lake. Minn., 1939} [1835/1F]

Forest County Potawatomi Community (Wisconsin): Constitution & by-laws, approved Feb. 6, 1937, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1937 [1854/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Oct. 30, 1937, 5p, Wash., GPO., 1938 [1855/1F]

Fort Belknap Indian Community (Montana): Constitution & by-laws of the Fort Belknap Indian community of the Fort Belknap reservation, approved Dec. 13, 1935, 11p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [1857/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Aug. 25, 1937, 6p, Wash., GPO [1858/1F] Official code of laws, 20+60-71 leaves, Fort Belknap Agency, 1942 [1859/1F]

Fort Bidwell Indian Community (California): Constitution & by-laws, approved Jan. 28, 1936, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [1860/1F]

Fort McDermitt Paiute & Shoshone Tribe (Nevada): Constitution & by-laws, approved July 2. 1936, 12p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [1861/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Nov. 21, 1936, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1937 [1862/1F]

Fort McDowell Mojave-Apache Community (Arizona): Constitution & by-laws, approved Nov. 24, 1936. 7p, Wash., GPO, 1937 [1863/1F] Corporate charter, ratified June 6, 1938, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1938 [1864/1F]

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Fort Yukon. Native Village of (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Jan. 2, 1940, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1940 [2702/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Jan. 2, 1940, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1940 [2703/1F]

Gambell, Native Village of (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Dec. 31, 1939, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1941 [2704/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Dec. 31, 1939, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1941 [2705/1F]

Gila River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community (Arizona): Constitution & by-laws, approved May 14, 1936, 9p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [1919/1F] Constitution & by-laws, approved Mar. 17, 1960, 15p, Wash., GPO, {n.d.} [1918/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Feb. 28, 1938, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1938 [1922/1F] Code of ordinances, 37 leaves, {n.p., 1936} [1921/1F]

Goshute Reservation Confederated Tribes of (Utah): Constitution & by-laws, approved Nov. 25, 1940, 9p, Wash., GPO, 1941 [1557/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Mar. 29, 1941, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1941 [1558/1F]

Grand Portage Band of Chippewa Indians (Minnesota): Charter, 6p, {n.p., 1939?} [1946/1F]

Grande Ronde Community, Confederated Tribes of (Oregon): Constitution & by-laws, approved May 13, 1936, 13p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [1559/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Aug. 22, 1936. 6p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [1560/1F]

Hannahville Indian Community (Wisconsin Potawatomies residing in Michigan): Constitution & by-laws, approved July 23, 1936, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [2005/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Aug. 21, 1937, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1938 [2006/1F]

Havasupai Tribe of the Havasupai Reservation (Arizona): Constitution & by-laws, approved Mar. 27, 1939. 6p, Wash., GPO, 1939 [2039/1F] Corporate charter, approved Aug. 14, 1946, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1950 [2040/1F]

Holikachuk, Organized Village of (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, approved May 17, 1948, 4p, Wash. GPO, 1950 [2883/1F] Corporate charter, approved May 17, 1948, 2p, Wash., GPO, 1939 [2884/1F]

Hoonah Indian Association (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Oct.23, 1939, 7p, Wash., GPO, 1940 [2099/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Oct. 23, 1939, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1940 [2100/1F]

Hopi Tribe (Arizona): Constitution & by-laws, approved Dec. 19, 1936, 10p, Wash., GPO, 1937 [2105/1F]

Hualapai Tribe of the Hualapai Reservation (Arizona): Constitution & by-laws, approved Dec. 17, 1938. 7p, Wash., GPO, 1939 [2119/1F] Amended constitution & by-laws, effective Oct. 22, 1955, 10p, Wash., GPO, 1957 [2117/1F] Corporate charter, ratified June 5, 1943, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1943 [2120/1F] Amended corporate charter, ratified Oct. 22, 1955, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1957 [2118/1F]

Hydaburg Cooperative Association (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Apr. 14, 1938, 7p, Wash., GPO. 1939 [2126/1F] Corp. charter, ratified Apr. 14, 1938, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1939 [2127/1F]

Iowa Tribe in Nebraska & Kansas: Constitution & by-laws, Iowa Reservation, approved Feb. 26, 1937, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1937 [2206/1F] Corporate charter, Iowa Reservation, ratified June 19, 1937, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1937 [2207/1F]

Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma: Constitution & by-laws, ratified Oct. 23, 1937, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1938 [2208/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Feb. 5, 1938, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1938 [2209/1F]

Isleta Pueblo (New Mexico): Constitution, approved Mar. 27, 1947, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1950 [2212/1F]

Jicarilla Apache Tribe (New Mexico): Constitution & by-laws, approved Aug. 4, 1937, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1937 [2232/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Sept. 4, 1937, 5p, Wash., GPO. 1938 [2233/1F]

Kalispel Indian Community (Washington): Constitution & by-laws, approved Mar. 24, 1938, 9p, Wash., GPO, 1938 [2276/1F] Corporate charter, ratified May 28. 1938, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1938 [2277/1F]

Kanatak, Native Village of (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Mar. 1, 1941, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1941 [2706/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Mar. 1, 1941, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1941 [2707/1F]

Kanosh Band Of Paiute Indians (Utah): Constitution & by-laws, approved Dec. 2, 1942, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1943 [2279/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Aug. 15, 1943, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1946 [2280/1F]

Karluk, Native Village of (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Aug. 23, 1939, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1939 [2708/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Aug. 23. 1939, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1939 [2709/1F]

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Kasaan , Organized Village of (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Oct. 15. 1938, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1938 [2885/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Oct. 15, 1938, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1939 [2886/1F]

Kashia Band of Pomo Indians (Stewarts Point Rancheria, California): Constitution & by-laws, approved Mar. 11, 1936, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [2282/1F]

Ketchikan Indian Corporation (Washington): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Jan. 27, 1940, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1940 [2297/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Jan. 27, 1940, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1940 [2298/1F]

Keweenaw Bay Indian Community (Michigan): Constitution & by-laws, approved Dec. 17, 1936, 11p, Wash., GPO, 1937 [2299/1F] Corporate charter, ratified July 17, 1937, 6p, Wash. GPO, 1938 [2300/1F]

Kialegee Tribal Town (Oklahoma): Constitution & by-laws, ratified June 12, 1941, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1942 [2301/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Sept. 17, 1942, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1943 [2302/1F]

Kickapoo Tribe in Kansas: Constitution & by-laws, approved Feb. 26, 1937, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1937 [2303/1F] Corporate charter, ratified June 19, 1937, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1937 [2304/1F]

Kickapoo Tribe of Oklahoma: Constitution & by-laws, ratified Sept. 18, 1937, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1938 [2305/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Jan. 18, 1938, 5p, Wash.. GPO, 1938 [2306/1F]

King Island Native Community (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Jan. 31, 1939, 7p, Wash., GPO, 1940 [2313/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Jan. 31. 1939, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1940 [2314/1F]

Kivalina, Native Village of (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Feb. 7, 1940, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1941 [2710/1F] Corporate Charter, ratified Feb. 7, 1940, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1941 [2711/1F]

Klawock Cooperative Association (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Oct. 4, 1938, 7p, Wash., GPO, 1939 [2322/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Oct. 4, 1938, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1939 [2323/1F]

Kootenai Tribe of Idaho: Constitution and by-laws, approved June 16, 1947, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1957 [2334/1F]

Kotzebue, Native Village of (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified May 23, 1939, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1950 [2712/1F] Corporate charter, ratified May 23, 1939, 2p, Wash., GPO, 1950 [2713/1F]

Koyuk, Native Village of (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, approved July 23, 1946, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1950 [2714/1F] Corporate charter, approved July 23, 1946, 2p, Wash., GPO, 1950 [2715/1F]

Kwethluk, Organized Village of (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Jan. 11, 1940, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1941 [2887/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Jan. 11, 1940, 2p, Wash., GPO, 1941 [2888/1F]

Kwinhagak, Native Village of (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, approved June 11, 1948, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1950 [2716/1F] Corporate charter, approved June 11, 1948, 2p, Wash., GPO, 1950 [2717/1F]

Lac Du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians of Wisconsin: Constitution & by-laws, approved Aug. 15. 1936, 10p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [2357/1F] Corporate Charter, ratified May 8, 1937, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1937 [2358/1F] Code of laws, compiled Mar. 4, 1942 by authority of the Business Committee of the Tribal Council, 27 leaves, Lac du Flambeau, Wis, 1942 [2356/1F]

Laguana, Pueblo of (New Mexico): Constitution & by-laws, approved Dec. 21, 1949, 13p, Wash., GPO, 1950 [2994/1F] Amended constitution & by-laws, eff. Nov. 10, 1958, 14p, Wash., GPO, 1959 [2993/1F]

Leech Lake Band of Chippewa Indians (Minnesota): Charter of organization, 5 leaves, Cass Lake, Minn., 1939 [2392/1F]

Lower Brule Sioux Tribe (South Dakota): Constitution & by-laws, approved Nov. 27, 1935, 12p, Wash., GPO, 1935 [2443/1F] Amended constitution and by-laws, 3 leaves, Wash., GPO, 1943 [2442/1F] Corporate charter, ratified July 11, 1936, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [2444/1F]

Lower Sioux Indian Community in the State of Minnesota: Constitution & by-laws. approved June 11, 1936, 11p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [2445/1F] Corporate charter, ratified July 17, 1937, 6p, Wash. GPO, 1937 [2446/1 F]

Lummi Tribe of the Lummi Reservation (Washington): Constitution & by-laws, approved April 2, 1948, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1957 [2448/1F]

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Makah Indian Tribe (Washington): Constitution & by-laws, approved May 16, 1936, 11p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [2494/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Feb. 27, 1937, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1937 [2495/1F]

Manchester Band of Pomo Indians of the Manchester Rancheria (California): Constitution & by-laws, approved Mar. 11, 1936, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [2499/1F] Corporate charter ratified Feb. 27, 1937, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1937 [2500/1F]

Mekoryuk, Native Village of (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Aug. 24, 1940, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1941 [2718/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Aug. 24, 1940, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1941 [2719/1F]

Metlakatla Indian Community, Annette Islands Reserve (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws. approved Aug. 23, 1944, 11p, Wash., GPO, 1946 [2542/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Dec. 19, 1944, 2p, Wash., GPO, 1946 [2543/1F]

Me-Wuk Indian Community of the Wilton Rancheria (California): Constitution & by-laws. approved Jan. 15, 1936, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [2544/1F]

Miami Tribe of Oklahoma: Constitution & by-laws, ratified Oct. 10, 1939. 4p, Wash., GPO, 1940 [2547/1F] Corporate charter, ratified June 1, 1940, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1940 [2548/1F]

Mille Lacs Band of Chippewa Indians (Minnesota): Charter, 6p, n.p..n.d. [2550/1F]

Minnesota Chippewa Tribe: Constitution & by-laws, approved July 24, 1936, 9p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [2579/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Nov. 13, 1937, 6p, Wash., GPO, n.d. [2580/1F]

Minto, Native Village of (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Dec. 30, 1939, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1940 [2720/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Dec. 30, 1939, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1940 [2721/1F]

Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians : Constitution & by-laws, ratified Apr. 20, 1845, 4p, n.p., n.d. [2585/1F]

Moapa Band of Paiute Indians of the Moapa River Reservation (Nevada): Constitution & by-laws, approved Apr. 17, 1942. 9p, Wash., GPO, 1943 [2596/1F] Corporate charter, ratified May 3, 1942, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1943 [2597/1F]

Muckleshoot Indian Tribe (Washington): Constitution & by-laws, approved May 13, 1936, 12p, Wash., GPO. 1936 [2637/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Oct. 31, 1936, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1937 [2638/1F]

Napakiak, Native Village (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, approved July 23, 1946, 4p, Wash., GPO. 1950 [2722/1F] Corporate charter, approved July 23, 1946, 2p, Wash., GPO, 1950 [2723/1F]

Navaho Indians (Arizona): Navaho Tribal Council resolutions. 1967 & 1968, Window Rock, Arizona, Navaho Tribal Council [2779/10F] Log Button

Nikolski, Native Village of (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified June 12, 1939, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1939 [2724/1F] Corporate charter, ratified June 12, 1939, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1939 [2725/1F]

Nisqually Indian Community (Washington): Constitution & by-laws, approved Sept. 9, 1946, 7p, Wash., GPO, 1951 [2832/1F]

Noatak, Native Village of (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Dec. 28, 1939, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1941 [2726/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Dec. 28, 1939, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1941 [2727/1F]

Nome Eskimo Community (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Nov. 23, 1939, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1940 [2833/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Nov. 23, 1939, 2p, Wash., GPO. 1940 [2834/1F]

Noorvik Native Community (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, approved May 11, 1939, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1946 [2837/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Dec. 27, 1939, 2p, Wash., GPO, 1946 [2838/1F]

North America, Indian Tribes of : Charters, constitutions, & by-laws of the Indian tribes of North America, compiled by George E. Fay, Greeley, Museum of Anthropology, Colorado State College, 1967-1981, parts 1-17 [1800/52F] Log Button

Northern Cheyenne Tribe of the Tongue River Reservation (Montana): Constitution & by-laws, approved Nov. 23, 1935, Wash., GPO, 1935 [2843/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Nov. 7, 1936, Wash., GPO, 1937 [2844/1F]

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Nunapitchuk, Native Village of (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Jan. 2, 1940, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1941 [2728/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Jan. 2, 1940, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1941 [2729/1F]

Ogala Sioux Tribe of the Pine Ride Reservation (South Dakota): Constitution & by-laws, approved Jan. 15, 1936, 12p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [2857/1F]

Omaha Tribe of Nebraska: Constitution & by-laws, approved Mar. 30, 1936, 10p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [2873/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Aug. 22, 1936, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [2874/1F]

Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin: Constitution & by-laws, approved Dec. 21, 1936, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1937 [2875/1F] Corporate charter, ratified May 1, 1937, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1937 [2876/1F]

Osage Nation: Constitution & laws of the Osage Nation, passed at Pawhuska, Osage Nation, in the years 1881 & 1882, 29p, Wash., D.C., R.O.Polkinhorn, printer, 1883 [2893/1F] Laws relating to the Osage Tribe of Indians, from May 18, 1824 to Mar. 2, 1929, compiled by Ralph A. Barney, Pawhuska, Okla., The Osage Printery, 1929? [1163/2F]

Ottawa Tribe of Oklahoma: Constitution & by-laws, ratified Nov. 30. 1938, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1939 [2901/1F] Corporate charter, ratified June 2, 1939, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1939 [2902/1F]

Papago Tribe (Arizona): Constitution & by-laws, approved Jan. 6, 1937, 8p, Wash., GPO, 1937 [2910/1F]

Pawnee Tribe of Oklahoma: Constitution & by-laws, ratified Jan. 6, 1938, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1938 [2925/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Apr. 28, 1938, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1938 [2926/1F]

Peoria Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma: Constitution & by-laws, ratified Oct. 10, 1939, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1940 [2938/1F] Corporate charter, ratified June 1, 1940, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1940 [2939/1F]

Perryville, Native Village of (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Sept. 1, 1950, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1951 [2730/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Sept. 1, 1950, 2p, Wash., GPO, 1951 [2731/1F]

Point Hope, Native Village of (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Feb. 29, 1940, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1940 [2732/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Feb. 29, 1940, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1940 [2733/1F]

Point Lay, Native Village of (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, approved May 23, 1939, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1950 [2734/1F] Corporate charter, approved May 23, 1939, 2p, Wash., GPO, 1950 [2735/1F]

Pomo Indians, Upper Lake Band of, (Upper Lake Rancheria California): Constitution & by-laws, approved Jan. 15, 1936, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [4352/1F] Constitution & by-laws, ratified Oct. 22, 1941 as Amendment III to the Constitution & by-laws of the Upper Lake Band of Pomo Indians of the Upper Lake Rancheria, 1+1+6p, Wash.. GPO,1942 [4353/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Feb. 15, 1942, 8p, Wash., GPO, 1942 [4354/1F]

Ponca Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma: Constitution and by-laws, ratified Sept. 20, 1950, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1951 [2952/1F];Corporate charter, ratified Sept. 20, 1950, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1951 [2953/1F]

Ponca Tribe of Native Americans (Nebraska): Constitution & by-laws, approved Apr. 3, 1936, 10p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [2954/1F] Corp. charter, ratified Aug. 15, 1936, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [2955/1F]

Port Gamble Indian Community (Washington): Constitution & by-laws, approved Sept. 7, 1939, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1939 [2957/1F]

Port Gamble Band of Callam Indians (Washington): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Apr. 5, 1941, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1941 [2958/1F]

Potawatomi Indians, Prairie Band of (Kansas): Constitution & by-laws, 11 leaves, Horton Agency, Kansas, 1968 [2959/1F]

Potawatomi Indians of Oklahoma, Citizen Band of : Constitution & by-laws, ratified Dec. 12, 1938, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1939 [1515/1F]

Prairie Island Indian Community in the State of Minnesota: Constitution & by-laws, approved June 20, 1936, 11p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [2962/1F] Corporate charter, ratified July 23, 1937, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1938 [2963/1F]

Puyallup Tribe of the Puyallup Reservation (Washington): Constitution & by-laws, approved May 13, 1936, 12p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [2997/1F]

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Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe (Nevada): Constitution & by-laws, approved Jan. 15, 1936, 11p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [2998/1F] Law & order code of the Pyramid Lake Reservation, 23+1 leaves, Pyramid Lake, NV, 1941 [3000/1F]

Quartz Valley Indian Community (California): Constitution & by-laws, approved June 15, 1939, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1939 [3002/1 F] Corp. charter, ratified Mar. 12, 1940, 5p, Wash., GPO., 1940 [3003/1F]

Quechan Tribe of the Fort Yuma Reservation (California): Constitution & by-laws, approved Dec. 18, 1936, 10p, Wash., GPO, 1937 [3004/1F]

Quileute Tribe of the Quileute Reservation (Washington): Constitution & by-laws, approved Nov. 11, 1936, 12p, Wash., GPO, 1937 [3005/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Aug. 21, 1937, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1938 [3006/1F]

Quinault Tribe of Washington: Tribal code of laws, approved Mar. 31, 1973, 164p, The Tribe, 1973 [3007/4F]

Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians (Wisconsin): Constitution & by-laws, approved June 1, 1936, 10p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [3014/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Oct. 24, 1936, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [3015/1F]

Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians (Minnesota): Revised constitution & by-laws, 1958, 8 numbered leaves [3016/1F]

Reno-Sparks Indian Community (Nevada): Constitution & by-laws, approved Jan. 15, 1936, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [3030/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Jan. 7, 1938, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1938 [3031/1F]

Rosebud Sioux Tribe (South Dakota): Constitution & by-laws, approved Dec. 20, 1935, 10p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [3069/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Mar. 16, 1937, 7p, Wash., GPO, 1937 [3070/1F] Resolutions & ordinances, 1 vol., Rosebud Indian Agency, 1939-1941 [3071/1F]

Sac & Fox Tribe of the Mississippi in Iowa: Constitution & by-laws, approved Dec. 20, 1937, 10p, Wash., GPO, 1938 [3091/1F]

Sac & Fox Tribe of Missouri (Kansas & Nebraska): Constitution & by-laws, approved Mar. 2, 1937, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1937 [3092/1F] Corporate charter, ratified June 19, 1937, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1937 [3094/1F]

Sac & Fox Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma: Constitution & by-laws, ratified Dec. 7, 1937, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1938 [3093/1F]

Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan: Constitution & by-laws, approved May 6, 1937, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1937 [3095/1F] Corp charter, ratified Aug. 28, 1937, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1938 [3096/1F]

St. Croix Chippewa Indians of Wisconsin: Constitution & by-laws, approved Nov. 12, 1942, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1943 [3097/1F]

St. Michael, Native Village of (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, approved June 11, 1948, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1950 [2736/1F] Corporate charter, approved June 11, 1948, 2p, Wash., GPO, 1950 [2737/1F]

Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community (Arizona): Constitution & by-laws, approved June 11, 1940, 9p, Wash., GPO, 1941 [3098/1F]

San Carlos Apache Tribe of Arizona: Constitution & by-laws, approved Jan. 17, 1936, 9p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [3101/1F] Amended constitution & by-laws, effective Feb. 24, 1954, 10p, Wash., GPO, 1957 [3099/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Oct. 16, 1940, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1941 [3102/1F] Amended corporate charter, ratified Mar. 7, 1955, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1957 [3100/1F]

Santa Clara, Pueblo of (New Mexico): Constitution & by-laws, approved Dec. 30, 1935, 9p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [2996/1F]

Santee Sioux Tribe of Nebraska: Constitution & by-laws, approved Apr. 3, 1936, 11p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [3114/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Aug. 22, 1936, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [3115/1F]

Savoonga, Native Village of (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Apr. 10, 1940, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1951 [2738/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Apr. 10, 1940, 2p, Wash., GPO, 1951 [2739/1F]

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Saxman, Organized Village of (Alaska): Constitution and by-laws, ratified Jan. 14, 1941, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1941 [2889/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Jan. 14, 1941, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1941 [2890/1F]

Selawik, Native Village of (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Mar. 15, 1940, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1940 [2740/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Mar. 15, 1940, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1940 [2741/1F]

Seminole Tribe of Florida: Constitution & by-laws, ratified Aug. 21, 1957, 11p, Wash., GPO, 1958 [3143/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Aug. 21, 1957, 11p, Wash., GPO, 1958 [3144/1F]

Seneca-Cayuga Tribe of Oklahoma: Constitution & by-laws, approved Apr. 26, 1937, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1937 [3147/1F] Corporate charter, ratified June 26, 1937, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1938 [3148/1F]

Seneca Nation: Constitution of the "Government by chiefs," of the Seneca Nation, adopted Nov. 30, 1854, by the National Council, subject to the approval of the electors of the nation, 8p, Buffalo, Thomas & Lathrops, 1854 [3150/1F] Original & amended constitutions of the Seneca Nation of Indians, revision of Nov. 15, 1898, 8 leaves, n.p., n.d. [3151/1F]

Shageluk Native Village (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, approved Aug. 19, 1949, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1950 [3160/1F] Corporate charter, approved Aug. 19, 1949, 3p, Wash., GPO, 1950 [3161/1F]

Shaktoolik, Native Village of (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Jan. 27, 1940, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1940 [2742/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Jan. 27, 1940, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1940 [2743/1F]

Shishmaref. Native Village of (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Aug. 2, 1939, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1939 [2744/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Aug. 2, 1939, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1939 [2745/1F]

Shivwits Band of Paiute Indians (Utah): Constitution & by-laws, approved Mar. 21, 1940, 7p, Wash., GPO, 1940 [3169/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Aug. 30, 1941, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1942 [3170/1F]

Shoshone-Bannock Tribes of the Fort Hall Reservation (Idaho): Constitution & by-laws, approved Apr. 30, 1936, 13p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [3172/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Apr. 17, 1937, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1937 [3173/1F] Law & order code, revised official edition, Feb. 1972, Fort Hall, ID, 1972 [3175/2F]

Shoshone-Paiute Tribes of the Duck Valley Reservation (Idaho & Nevada): Constitution & by-laws, approved Apr. 20, 1936, 11p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [3176/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Aug. 22, 1936, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [3177/1F]

Shoshone-Paiute Tribes of the Western Shoshone Reservation (Wyoming): Constitution & by-laws, approved Oct. 17, 1935, 17 leaves, n.p., n.d. [3178/1F]

Shungnak, Native Village of (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified July 24, 1946, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1951 [2746/1F] Corporate charter, ratified July 24, 1946, 2p, Wash., GPO, 1946 [2747/1F]

Siksika Indians (Montana): Blackfeet Reservation tribal law & order code, redraft, 91 leaves, Billings, Mont., Dept. Int., Off. of the Solicitor, 1967 [3180/3F]

Sisseton-Wahpeton Sioux Tribe (South Dakota): Constitution & by-laws, approved Oct. 16, 1946, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1957 [3190/1F]

Sitka Community Association (Alaska): Constitution and by-laws, ratified Oct. 11, 1938, 7p, Wash., GPO, 1938 [3191/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Oct. 11, 1938, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1939 [3192/1F]

Skokomish Indian Tribe (Washington): Constitution & by-laws, approved May 3, 1938, 11p, Wash., GPO, 1938 [3195/1F] Corporate charter, ratified July 22, 1939, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1939 [3196/1F]

Sokaogan Chippewa Community (Wisconsin): Constitution & by-laws, approved Nov. 9, 1938, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1939 [3218/1F] Corp. charter, ratified Oct. 7, 1939, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1940 [3219/1F]

Southern Ute Tribe of the Southern Ute Reservation (Colorado): Constitution & by-laws, approved Nov. 4, 1936, 7p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [3237/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Nov. 1, 1938, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1939 [3238/1F]

Spokane Tribe of the Spokane Reservation (Washington): Constitution & by-laws, approved June 27, 1951, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1957 [3254/1F]

Stebbins Community Association (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Dec. 5, 1939, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1940 [3267/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Dec. 5, 1939, 2p, Wash., GPO, 1940 [3268/1F]

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Stevens, Native Village of (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Dec. 30, 1939, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1940 [2748/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Dec. 30. 1939, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1940 [2749/1F]

Stockbridge Munsee Community (Wisconsin): Constitution & by-laws, approved Nov. 18, 1937, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1938 [3282/1F] Corp. Charter, ratified May 21, 1938, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1938 [3283/1 F]

Swinomish Indian Tribal Community (Washington): Constitution & by-laws, approved Jan. 27, 1936, 12p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [3304/1F] Corporate charter, ratified July 25, 1936, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1937 [3305/1F]

Tanacross, Native Village of (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Jan. 5, 1942, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1943 [2750/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Jan. 5, 1942, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1943 [2751/1F]

Tanana, Native Village of (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, approved May 15, 1939, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1950 [2752/1F] Corporate charter, approved May 15, 1939, 3p, Wash., GPO, 1950 [2753/1F]

Tatitlek, Native Village of (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, approved May 23, 1939, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1950 [2754/1F] Corporate charter, approved May 23, 1939, 2p, Wash., GPO, 1950 [2755/1F]

Te-Moak Bands of Western Shoshone Indians (Nevada): Constitution & by-laws, approved Aug. 24, 1938, 9p, Wash., GPO, 1938 [3327/1F]

Tetlin, Native Village of (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Mar. 20, 1940, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1941 [2756/F] Corporate charter, ratified Mar. 20, 1940, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1941 [2757/1F]

Thlopthlocco Tribal Town (Oklahoma): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Dec. 27, 1938, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1939 [3345/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Apr. 13, 1939, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1941 [3346/1F]

Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation (North Dakota): Constitution & by-laws, approved June 29, 1936, 11p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [3361/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Apr. 24, 1937, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1937 [3362/1F]

Tonkawa Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma: Constitution & by-laws, ratified Apr. 21, 1938, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1938 [3372/1F]

Tulalip Tribes (Washington): Constitution & by-laws, approved Jan. 24, 1936, 12p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [3389/1F] Corporate Charter, ratified Oct. 3, 1936, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [3390/1F]

Tule River Indian Tribe (California): Constitution & by-laws, approved Jan. 15, 1936, 11p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [3391/1F]

Tununak, Native Village of (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, approved May 23, 1939, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1950 [2758/1F] Corporate charter, approved May 23, 1939, 2p, Wash., GPO, 1950 [2759/1F]

Tuolumne Band of Me-Wuk Indians of the Tuolumne Rancheria (California): Constitution & by-laws, approved Jan. 15, 1936, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [3393/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Nov. 12, 1937, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1938 [3394/1F]

Tyonek, Native Village of (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Nov. 27, 1939, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1940 [2760/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Nov. 27, 1939, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1940 [2761/1F]

Umatilla Reservation, Confederated Tribes of the (Oregon): Constitution & by-laws, approved Dec. 7, 1949, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1957 [1561/1F]

Unalakleet, Native Village of (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Dec. 30, 1939, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1940 [2762/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Dec. 30, 1939, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1940 [2763/1F]

Ute Indian Tribe of the Uintah & Ouray Reservation (Utah): Constitution & by-laws, approved Jan. 19, 1937, 15p, Wash., GPO. 1937 [4356/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Aug. 10, 1938, 7p, Wash., GPO, 1938 [4357/1F]

Ute Mountain Tribe of the Ute Mountain Reservation (Colorado, New Mexico, Utah): Constitution & by-laws, approved June 6, 1940, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1940 [4359/1F]

Venetie, Native Village of (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Jan. 25, 1940, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1940 [2764/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Jan. 25, 1940, 2p, Wash., GPO, 1940 [2765/1F]

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Wales, Native Village of (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified July 29, 1939, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1939 [2766/1F] Corporate charter, ratified July 29, 1939, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1939 [2767/1F]

Walker River Paiute Tribe of Nevada: Constitution & by-laws, approved Mar. 26, 1937, 10p, Wash., GPO, 1937 [4394/1F] Corporate charter, ratified May 8, 1937, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1937 [4395/1F]

Warm Springs Reservation of Oregon, Confederated Tribes of : Constitution & by-laws, approved Feb. 14, 12p, 1938, Wash., GPO, 1938 [1562/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Apr. 23, 1938, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1938 [1563/1F]

Washoe Tribe of the States of Nevada & California: Constitution & by-laws, approved Jan. 24, 1936, 8p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [4418/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Feb. 27, 1937, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1937 [4419/1F]

White Earth Band of Chippewa Indians (Minnesota): Charter, 6p, n.p., n.d. [4451/1F]

White Mountain Apache Tribe of the Fort Apache Indian Reservation (Arizona): Constitution & by-laws, approved Aug. 26, 1938, 7p, Wash., GPO, 1938 [4454/1F] Law & order code, 48 leaves, Fort Apache Indian Reservation, AZ, 1941 [4455/1F]

White Mountain, Native Village of (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, ratified Nov. 25, 1939, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1942 [2768/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Nov. 25, 1939, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1942 [2769/1F]

Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska: Constitution & by-laws, approved Apr. 3, 1936, 11p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [4472/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Aug. 15, 1936, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [4473/1F]

Wrangell Cooperative Association (Alaska): Constitution & by-laws, approved Apr. 30, 1942, 8p, Wash., GPO, 1950 [4506/1F] Corp. charter, approved Apr. 30, 1942, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1955 [4507/1F]

Wyandotte Tribe of Oklahoma: Constitution & by-laws, ratified July 24, 1937, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1937 [4510/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Oct. 30, 1937, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1938 [4511/1F]

Yavapai-Apache Indian Community of the Camp Verde Reservation (Arizona): Constitution & by-laws, approved Feb. 12, 1937, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1937 [4516/1F] Corporate charter, approved Mar. 11, 1948, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1950 [4517/1F]

Yerington Paiute Tribe of the State of Nevada: Constitution & by-laws, approved Jan. 4, 1937, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1937 [4518/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Apr. 10, 1937, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1937, [4519/1F]

Yomba Shoshone Tribe of the Yomba Reservation (Nevada): Constitution & by-laws, approved Dec. 30, 1939, effective Dec. 22, 1939, 9p, Wash., GPO, 1940 [4520/1F] Corporate charter, ratified Dec. 22, 1939, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1940 [4521/1F]

Secondary Documents
(In alphabetical order by main entry)

All Indian Pueblo Council: The Right to Remain Indian; the failure of the Federal Government to protect Indian land and water rights, 64p, Albuquerque?, N.M., 1972 [1040/1F]

All Indian Statewide Conference On California Indian Education: Report of the First Conference, Modesto, CA, 80p, Ad Hoc Committee on California Indian Education, 1968? [1041/1F]

American Indian Task Force: Indian Legal Redress System, 98 leaves, n.p., 1973? [1067/3F] " Single volume title, no log needed."

Atoka, Indian Territory, Convention, 1900: The Atoka Convention of Choctaw and Chickasaw Indians, 1+17p, South McAlester, I.T., Press of the South McAlester capital, 1900? [1135/1F]

Black Hills Indian Land Tenure Conference, 1941 (Custer, South Dakota): Summary of the conclusions reached at the Black Hills Indian Land Tenure Conference, 19 leaves, Wash.? 1941? [1214/1F]

Choctaw Nation: Memorial of the Choctaw and Chickasaw nations relative to the rights of the Mississippi Choctaws, submitted for consideration in connection with H.R. 19213, 44p, Wash., GPO, 1913 [1456/1F]

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Citizen's Alcoholism Committee: Alcoholism workshop report, Dec. 1-2, 1960, Window Rock, AZ, 26+6p, Gallup, N.M., Gallup Indian Community Center, Inc., 1960 [1516/1F]

Conference For Tribal Judges, 1959: Program & proceedings, University of South Dakota, Vermillion, S.D. [1564/2F]

Eastern Band Of Cherokee Indians: Principal Chief's report to the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, N.C., 1 vol., Dept. of Natural & Economic Resources, Division of Community Services, Raleigh, N.C., 1975 [1756/2F]

Gila River Pima-Maricopa Community Council: Transcript of conferences held at Sacaton, AZ, Feb. 14-22, 1950, between the Gila River Pine-Maricopa Community Council, members of the Pima tribe, Z. Simpson Cox, Tribal attorney, and officials of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, 219p, Wash., D.C., 1950 [1920/3F]

Indian Conference, Syracuse, N.Y., 1919: Official record of the Indian conference, called to determine the status of the Indians of the Six Nations on the Indian reservations of the state of New York, and their relations to the federal and state governments, held in the assembly hall of the Onondaga Historical Association at Syracuse, N.Y., Mar. 6-7, 1919, 68p, n.p., 1919 [2144/1F]

Indian Territory, Councils & Conventions: Journal of the 1870 General Council of the Indian Territory, held at Okmulgee, in the Indian Territory, under the provisions of {the treaty of 1866} between the U.S. and the Cherokee Nation, and similar treaties between the United States and the Choctaw & Chickasaw, Muskogee, and Seminole tribes of Indians..., 64p, Lawrence, KS, Excelsior Book & Job Printing Office, 1871 [2172/1F] Journal of the Fourth Annual, 1873, Session of the General Council of the Indian Territory, at Okmulgee, I.T., Dec. 1, 1873, 34p, Boggy Depot? 1874 [2174/1F] Journal of the Sixth Annual Session of the General Council of the Indian Territory, assembled in council at Okmulgee, I.T., 114p, a Scholarly Resources 1975 reprint of the 1875 ed. [2175/2F] "The petition of a people for relief." The convention of the people of the Indian Territory held at South McAlester, Feb. 22-23, 1900, its proceedings, resolutions & memorial, 18+21p, South McAlester, I.T., 1900? [1573/1F]

International Convention Of The Cherokee, Creek, Choctaw, Chickasaw & Seminole Indians, 1894; To the President and Congress of the United States; Views and wishes in the matter of lands in severalty and territorial government, followed in the course of time by statehood, 3p, Checotaw, I.T., 1894 [2201/1F] 1895 Convention: Memorial adopted by the International Convention at Eufala, I.T., June 27, 1895, 4p, Eufala, Journal Printing Co., 1895 [2202/1F]

Inter-Tribal Conference On Council Representatives, Carson Jurisdiction: Minutes of the Fifth Conference on Council Procedures and Organization, held at Stewart, NV, Nov. 18-20, 1940, notes taken by Gretchen P. Devine, 74+6p, Stewart, NV, 1940 [2203/1F]

National American Indian Court Judges Association; Indian Courts & the Future; Report of the National American Indian Court Judges Association Long Range Planning Project, 1 vol. with 2 appendices, 1978 [2662/16F] Log Button

Native American Natural Resources Devel. Federation Of The Northern Great Plains:
Declaration of Indian rights to the natural resources of the northern Great Plains states, prepared by member tribes in the Native American Natural Resources Development Federation of the Northern Great Plains, in conjunction with the Native American Rights Fund, the Bureau of Indian Affairs, and private consultants, 24p, Denver, Northern Great Plains Resources Program, 1974 [2683/1F]

Navaho Indians: Answer of the Navaho Tribe to the petition of the Hopi Tribe to the Secretary of the Interior for reconsideration of the opinion of the Solicitor of the Department of the Interior dated June 11, 1946, M-33821, regarding ownership of mineral estate in the area of Executive order of Dec. 16, 1882, 165p, Wash., Press of Byron S. Adams, 1957 [2773/2F]

Northwest Conference For Tribal Judges: Program & proceedings, 1st-, 1961-, (Grouped under this control number are proceedings for the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 8th, & llth conferences) [2845/11F] Log Button

Seneca Nation: Declaration of the Seneca Nation of Indians in general council assembled, with the accompanying documents; also an address to the chiefs and people of that nation, 53p, Baltimore, W.Woody, 1845 [3149/1F]

Southwest Indian Tribal Courts 1st Conference; "Modern American courts in general and the tribal courts in particular"; program & proceedings of the conference held at the University of Arizona, Phoenix, 1960, 84 leaves, Branch of Law & Order, Phoenix Area Office, 1960 [3239/1F]

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Treaties with the Federal & State Governments

Compilations:
(Arranged alphabetically by main entry)

A Compilation of all the Treaties between the U.S. and the Indian Tribes now in force as laws: n.a., 1075p, prepared in response to an act of Congress approved Mar. 3, 1873, Wash, GPO, 1873 [4226/11F]

Confederate States of America - The statutes at large of the provisional government of the Confederated States of America, from the institution of the government, Feb. 18, 1861, to its termination, Feb. 18, 1862, inclusive ... and the treaties concluded by the Confederate states with Indian tribes [1552/5F]

Fay - Treaties between the Menominee Indians and the United States of America, 1817-1856, by George E. Fay, 67-106p, Oshkosh, Wisconsin State University, Museum of Anthropology, 1965 [1806/1F] Treaties between the Menominee Indians and the United States of America, 1817-1856, by G.E. Fay, 40 leaves, Greeley, CO, University of Northern Colorado, Museum of Anthropology, 1970 [1805/1F] Treaties between the Stockbridge-Munsee Tribe of Indians and the United States of America, 1805-1871, by G.E. Fay, 62 leaves, Greeley, CO, University of Northern Colorado, Museum of Anthropology, 1970 [1808/2F] Treaties between the Potawatomi Tribe of Indians and the United States of America, 1789-1867, by G.E. Fay, 150 leaves, Greeley, CO, University of Colorado, Museum of Anthropology, 1971 [1807/4F] Treaties & land cessions between the bands of the Sioux and the United States of America, 1817-1856, by G.E.. Fay, v.1-3, Greeley, CO, University of Northern Colorado, Museum of Anthropology, 1972 [1804/8F] Log Button

Fitzpatrick - Treaties & laws of the Osage Nation, as passed to Nov. 26, 1890: compiled by W.S. Fitzpatrick, 103p, Cedar Vale, KS, Press of the Cedar Vale Commercial, 1895 [2895/2F]

Indian treaties, and the laws & regulations relating to Indian affairs; to which is added an appendix containing the proceedings of the old Congress and other important state papers in relation to Indian affairs: n.a., 529p, Wash., Way & Gideon, printers, 1826 [4227/6F]

Institute for the Development of Indian Law - A chronological list of treaties & agreements made by Indian tribes with the United States, n.a., 34p, Wash., DC, the Institute, 1973 [2192/1F] Treaties & agreements of the Chippewa Indians, 1785-1902, n.a., 142p, Wash., the Institute, n.d. [4230/2 F] Treaties & agreements of the Eastern Oklahoma Indians, 1778-1909, n.a., iv+211p, Wash., the Institute, n.d. [4231/3F] Treaties & agreements of the Five Civilized Tribes, 1785-1899, n.a., 278p, Wash., the Institute, n.d. [4232/3F] Treaties & agreements of the Indian tribes of the Northern Plains, 1815-1909, n.a., 141p, Wash., the Institute, n.d. [4234/2F] Treaties & agreements of the Indian tribes of the Pacific Northwest, 1853-1905, n.a., 151+163+2p, Wash., the Institute, n.d. [4235/2F] Treaties & agreements of the Indian tribes of the Southwest, including western Oklahoma, 1835-1873, n.a., 174p, Wash., the Institute, n.d. [4236/2F]

Kappler. Charles J. - Indian Affairs, Laws and Treaties: compiled and edited by Charles J. Kappler, v.1-5, Wash., GPO, 1904 [4130/58F] Log Button

1975 Supplement to the original work by Kappler, published by the Department of the Interior, Wash., GPO, 1975 [4133/2F]

Treaties between the United States of America and the several Indian tribes, from 1778 to 1837, with a copious table of contents, n.a., 699p, compiled and printed by direction and supervision of the Commissioner of Indian affairs, Wash., Langtree & O'Sullivan, 1837 [4239/8F] Treaties between the United States of America and the Cherokee Nation, from 1785, n.a., Tahlequah, Cherokee Nation, National Printing Office, 1870 [4237/2F]

U.S. Congress, House, Committee on Interior & Insular Affairs - List of Indian treaties; a memorandum and accompanying information from the chairman to the members of the committee, n.a., 45p, Wash., GPO, 1964 [3720/1F] Federal opinion on the need for an Indian treaty study, report pursuant to House Resolution 80, 89th Congress, lst session, House Report No. 1044, 130p, Wash., GPO, 1965 [3710/2F]

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Separate Treaties:
(All titles refer to treaty relations between the American Indians and the U.S. federal or state governments, with materials arranged in rough chronological order grouped by U.S. presidencies. Because so many of the titles relate to more than one tribe, an alphabetical arrangement by tribe would have been confusingly duplicative. Those wishing to access treaties by tribe should consult Index A, where all treaty materials relating to specific tribes are keyed directly to each tribe with page/line references)

1801-1809 (Jefferson): Message from the President transmitting papers relating to the compact between the U.S. and the state of Georgia of 1802..., 82p, Wash., Gales & Seaton, 1824 [4340/1F] Report of the Select Committee of the House of Representatives, appointed to consider certain treaties with the Creek & Cherokee Indians, and the articles of agreement & cessation entered into on 24 April, 1802, between the U.S. and the state of Georgia, 12p, Wash., DC, 1802 [3788/1F] A bill making appropriations for carrying into effect a treaty between the U.S. & the Chickasaw tribe of Indians, presented 27 Jan., 1807, 6p, Wash., A.& G.Way, 1807 [4242/1F] Message from the President transmitting a treaty of limits between the United States of America and the Choctaw Nation of Indians, 10p, Wash., A.& G.Way, 1808 [4188/1F]

1809-1817 (Madison): Message from the President transmitting a copy of a treaty concluded with the Kickapoo tribe of Indians, 8p, Wash., A.& G.Way, 1810 [4189/1F] Message from the President transmitting copies of two ratified treaties entered into on the part of the U.S., one on the 22nd of July, 1814, with the several tribes of Indians called Wyandots, Delawares, Shawanees, Senecas, & Miamis, and the other on the 9th of Aug., 1814, with the Creek Nation of Indians, 12p, Wash., A.& G.Way, 1815 [4190/1F]

1817-1825 (Monroe): Message from the President communicating documents touching on the treaty with the Cherokee Indians, ratified in 1819, 8p, Wash., Gales & Seaton, 1826 [4191/1F] The Saginaw treaty of 1819 between General Lewis Cass & the Chippewa Indians, written for the centennial celebration of the treaty, Sept. 19, 1919, by Fred Dustin, 32p, Saginaw, MI, the Saginaw Publishing Co., 1919 [1752/1F]

1825-1829 (Adams): Message from the President transmitting a copy of the treaty with the Creek Nation of Indians, concluded 24th Jan. last, also a copy of a treaty, superseded by the same, signed at Indian Springs on the 12th of Jan., 1825, 15p, Wash., Gales & Seaton, 1826 [4194/1F] Treaty with the Florida Indians, letter from the Sec. of War transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Reps. of the 5th ultimo in relation to the instructions given to the commissioners for negotiating with the Florida Indians, 109p, Wash., Gales & Seaton, 1826 [4347/2F] Treaty between the Seneca Nation of Indians and the State of Massachusetts, 7p, Wash., 1827 [3796/1F] Treaty between the U.S. & the Chippeway, Menomonie & Winnebago tribes of Indians..., 11 Aug., 1827, at Butte des Morts, on the Fox River, territory of Michigan, between Lewis Cass and Thomas L. McKenney, commissioners for the U.S., and certain chiefs & warriors of the said tribes..., 2p, Wash., 1829 [4243/1F] Message from the President transmitting a copy of a treaty, concluded on the 15th day of Nov., 1827, between the U.S. and the Creek Nation of Indians, 8p, Wash., Gales & Seaton, 1828 [4196/1F] Message from the President transmitting the information required by the resolution of the House of Reps. of 22d ultime, in relation to the treaty with the Creek Nation of Indians, the 15th of November, 1827, 26p, Wash., Gales & Seaton, 1828 [4338/1F] Message from the President transmitting a copy of a treaty concluded on the 11th of Feb. last, with the Eel River or Thorton Party of Miami Indians, 7p, Wash., Gales & Seaton, 1828 [4195/1F] Letter from the Sec. of War transmitting the report of the commissioners appointed to negotiate with the Cherokee Indians for a certain portion of their country, Jan. 30, 1828, 40p, Wash., Gales & Seaton, 1828 [4341/1F] Articles of agreement with the Winnebago and other Indians, 3p, Wash., U.S.Sen.Doc., 1928 [3794/1F] Message from the President transmitting copies of treaties concluded with the Chippeway, Menomonie. Winnebago, & Pattawatima tribes of Indians, 7p, Wash., 1829 [4192/1F] Message from the President transmitting copies of two treaties with Indian tribes, 8p, Wash., 1829 [4193/1F] Articles of cessation between the U.S. & Georgia, and the treaty with the Cherokee Indians, 14p, Wash., 1829 [4224/1F]

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1829-1837 (Jackson): Dancing Rabbit Creek Treaty (removal of the Choctaw Indians, 1830), contemporary account by Superintendent George S. Gaines, reprint, Alabama State Department of Archives, No. 10 in its Historical & Patriotic Series, Birmingham, Birmingham Printing Co., 1928 [1893/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Menominee Indians, concluded Oct. 27, 1832, ratified Mar. 13, 1833, 6p, Wash., 1833 [4252/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Cherokee Nation of Indians west of the Mississippi, concluded Feb. 14, 1833, ratified May 20 {i.e. May 25}, 1836, 4p, Wash., 1836 [4245/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the united bands of the Otoes & Missourias, concluded Sept. 21, 1833, ratified Apr. 12, 1834, 4p, Wash., 1834 [4254/1F] Treaties between the U.S. and the chiefs, headmen, & warriors of the Pottawatamie Indians, concluded Dec. 4th, 10th, 16th & 17th, 1834, ratified Mar. 16th, 1835, 7p, Wash., 1835 [4248/1F] Report from the Sec. of War in relation to the Cherokee treaty of 1835, 1090p, Wash., Blair & Rivers, printers, 1838 [4342/12F] Treaty between the U.S. and Mesquaw-buck, a chief of the Pottawatamie Tribe of Indians and his band, concluded Mar. 26, 1836, ratified June 4, 1836, 4p, Wash., 1836 [4244/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the chief & headmen of Aubba-nauba's band of the Pottawatamie Indians, concl. Apr. 11, 1836, ratified May 20 {i.e. 25}, 1836, 4p, Wash., 1836 [4246/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the chiefs & delegates of the Pottawatamie tribe of Indians, concluded Apr. 22, 1836, ratified May 20 {i.e. 26}, 1836, 4p, Wash., 1836 [4247/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the chiefs of the Swan Creek & Black River bands of the Chippewa Nation, concluded May 9, 1836, ratified May 20, 1836, 4p, Wash., 1836 [4249/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Comanche & Witchetaw nations and their associated bands or tribes of Indians, concluded Aug. 24, 1835, ratified May 16 {i.e. 19th}, 1836, 8p, Wash., 1836 [4250/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and Waw-ke-wa, a chief of the Pottawatamie Tribe of Indians & his band, concluded Mar. 29, 1836, ratified June 4, 1836, 4p, Wash., 1836 [4255/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Ioway Tribe of Indians & the band of Sacks and Foxes of the Missouri, concluded Sept. 17, 1836, ratified Feb. 15, 1837, 5p, Wash., 1837 [4251/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Menominee Nation of Indians, concluded Sept. 3, 1836, ratified Feb. 15, 1837, 6p, Wash., 1837 [4253/1F] Message from the President transmitting copies of treaties between the U.S. and the Choctaw Indians, and between the U.S. and the confederated tribes of the Sacs & Foxes, and other tribes, 20p, Wash., 1837 [4197/1F]

1837-1841 (Van Buren): Treaty between the U.S. and the confederated tribes of Sac & Fox Indians, concluded Sept. 28, 1836, ratified Dec. 13, 1837, 6p, Wash., 1837 [4258/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Miami Tribe of Indians, concluded Oct. 23, 1834, ratified Dec. 22, 1837, 7p, Wash., 1837 [4261/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Ioway Tribe of Indians, concluded Nov. 23, 1837, ratified Feb. 21, 1838, 2 leaves, Wash., 1838 [4260/1F] Execution of treaty with the Winnebagos, letter from the Sec. of War transmitting information in relation to the execution of the treaty of Nov., 1837, 112p, Wash., 1839 [4339/2F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Miami Tribe of Indians, concluded Nov. 6, 1838, ratified Feb. 8, 1839, 5p, Wash., 1839 [4256/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Creek Tribe of Indians, concluded Nov. 23, 1838, ratified Mar. 2, 1839, 4p, Wash., 1839 [4259/1F] Cherokee treaty..., 15 pts. in 1 vol., House of Reps, Wash, 1837-1838 [3986/16F] Log Button

Chickasaw & Choctaw Indians, letter from the Sec. of War transmitting information relating to the execution of the Treaties of 1832 & 1834 with the Chickasaw Indians, and the Treaty of 1830 with the Choctaws, 8p, Wash., 1839 [4346/1F] Letter from the Sec. of War transmitting information respecting the progress which has been made in effecting a treaty with the Wyandot Indians for the purchase of their lands in Crawford County..., 4p, Wash., 1840 [4348/1F]

1841-1845 (Tyler): Message from the President transmitting a copy of the instructions to the commissioners under Cherokee Treaty of 1835, 8p, Wash., 1843 [4198/1F]

1845-1849 (Polk): Articles of a treaty concluded at Washington, Oct. 13, 1846, between the U.S. and the Winnebago Tribe of Indians by a delegation of said tribe appointed by the chiefs, headmen & warriors thereof, 4p, Wash., 1847 [4262/1F] Report of the Sec. of War communicating a report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs relating to claims against the Cherokees under the treaty of Aug. 6, 1846, 189p, Wash., 1849 [4343/2F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Chippewa Indians of the Mississippi & Lake Superior, concluded Aug. 2, 1847, ratified Apr. 7, 1848, 6p, Wash., 1848 [4263/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Pillager band of the Chippewa Indians, concluded Aug. 21, 1847, ratified Apr. 7, 1848, 4p, Wash., 1848 [4264/1F]

1853-1857 (Pierce): Terms of treaties hereafter to be made with certain tribes of Indians, to accompany bill H.R. No. 210, U.S. Cong., Hse. of Reps., Comm. on Indian Affairs, 11p, Wash., GPO, 1854 [3703/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Ottoe & Missouria Tribe of Indians, 7p, Wash., 1854 [4275/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Delaware Indians, 8p, Wash., 1854 [4269/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Ioway Indians, 7p, Wash.,1854 [4271/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Kickapoo Indians, 6p, Wash., 1854 [4272/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Comanche, Kiowa, & Apache Indians, 49p, Wash., 1855 [4265/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Choctaw & Chickasaw Indians, 5p, Wash., 1855 [4266/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and Mississippi Chippewa Indians, 9p, Wash., 1855 [4274/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Ottoe & Missouria Indians, 5p, Wash., 1855 [4276/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Umpqua & Calapooia Indians, 7p, Wash., 1855 [4277/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Cow Creek Indians, 7p, Wash., 1855 [4268/1F] Treaty centennial, 1855-1955, the Yakimas, by Click Relander, 64p, published by authorization of the Yakima Tribal Council, Yakima, Wash., Republic Press, 1955 [3027/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Choctaw & Chickasaw Indians, 12p, Wash., 1856 [4267/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Menominee Indians, Feb. 11, 1856, 6p, Wash., 1856 [4273/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Stockbridge & Munsee Indians, Feb., 1856, 20p, Wash., 1856 [4278/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Indians of the Willamette Valley, 9p, facsimile reproduction, Seattle, Shorey Book Store, 1966 [4270/1F]

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1857-1861 (Buchanan): Treaty between the U.S. and the confederated tribes & bands of Indians in middle Oregon, concluded June 25, 1855, ratified Apr. 18, 1859, 11p, Wash., 1859 [4281/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Dwamish, Suquamish, & other allied & subordinate tribes of Indians in Wash. Terr., concluded Jan. 22, 1855, ratified Apr. 11, 1859, 10p, Wash., 1859 [4284/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Flathead, Kootenay, & Upper Pend d'Oreilles Indians, concl. July 16, 1855, ratified Apr. 18, 1859, 8p, Wash., 1859 [4286/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Mendawakanton & Wahpakoota bands of Dakota or Sioux tribe of Indians, June 19, 1858, 8p, Wash., 1859 [4287/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Nez Perce Indians, concluded June 11, 1855, ratified Apr. 29, 1859, 8p, Wash., 1859 [4293/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Yancton Tribe of Sioux or Dakotah Indians, April 19, 1858, 9p, Wash., 1859 [4290/1F] Articles of agreement & convention concluded at the Sac & Fox agency in the Terr. of Kan., Oct. 1, 1859, between the U.S. and the confederated tribes of Sac & Foxes of the Mississippi, 7p, Wash., GPO, 1860 [4279/1F] Articles of agreement & convention made {Wash., Apr. 15, 1859}between the U.S. and the Winnebago Tribe of Indians, 7p, Wash., GPO, 1860 [4280/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the confederated tribes of Sacs & Foxes of the Mississippi, made Oct. 1, 1859, ratified July 9, 1860, 9p, Wash., 1860 [4282/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Delaware Tribe of Indians, concluded May 30, 1860, ratified Aug. 22, 1860, 9p, Wash., 1860 [4283/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Kansas Tribe of Indians, concluded Oct. 5, 1859, ratified Nov. 17, 1860, 9p, Wash., 1861 [4291/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Swan Creek & Black River Chippewas, and the Munsee or Christian Indians, made July 16, 1859, ratified July 9, 1860, 7p, Wash., 1860 [4288/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Makah Tribe of Indians, concluded Jan. 31, 1855, ratified Apr. 18, 1859, 8p, Seattle, Shorey Bk., 1966 [4292/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Yakama Nation of Indians, concluded June 9, 1855, ratified Mar. 8, 1859, 8p, Seattle, Shorey Bk., 1966 {i.e. 1967} [4289/1F]

1861-1865 (Lincoln): Treaty between the U.S. and the Arapahoe & Cheyenne Indians of the upper Arkansas River, concluded Feb. 18, 1861, ratified with amendment, Aug. 6, 1861, amendment accepted Oct. 29, 1861, proclaimed Dec. 5, 1861, 9p, Wash., 1861? [4296/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Winnebago Tribe of Indians, concluded Apr. 15, 1859, ratified Mar. 23, 1861, 7p, Wash., 1861 [4295/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Ottawa Indians of Blanchard's Fork & Roche de Boeuf, concluded June 24, 1862, ratified with amendment, July 16, 1862, amendment accepted July 19, 1862, proclaimed July 28, 1862, 10p, Wash., 1862 [4301/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Chippewas of the Mississippi & the Pillager & Lake Winibigoshish bands of Chippewa Indians in Minnesota, concluded Mar. 11, 1863, ratified with amendments Mar. 13, 1863, amendments accepted Mar. 14, 1863, proclaimed Mar. 19, 1863, 10p, Wash., 1863 [4297/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Kansas Tribe of Indians, concluded Mar. 13, 1862, ratified with amendment, Feb. 6, 1863, amendment accepted Feb. 26, 1863, proclaimed Mar. 16, 1863, 6p, Wash., 1863 [4299/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Kickapoo Tribe of Indians, concluded June 28, 1862, ratified with amendment, Mar. 13, 1863, amendment accepted May 5, 1863, proclaimed May 28, 1863, 11p, Wash., 1863 [4300/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Red Lake & Pembina bands of Chippewas, concluded Oct. 2, 1863, ratified with amendments Apr. 1, 1864, amendments accepted Apr. 12, 1864, proclaimed Mar. 5, 1864, 8p, Wash., 1864 [4302/1F] Supplementary treaty between the U.S. and the Red Lake & Pembina bands of Chippewas, concluded Apr. 12, 1864, ratified Apr. 21, 1864, proclaimed Apr. 25, 1864, 6p, Wash., 1864 [4294/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Tabegauche band of Utah Indians, concluded Oct. 7, 1863, ratified with amendments, Mar. 25, 1864, amendments accepted Oct. 8. 1864, proclaimed Dec. 14, 1864, 10p, Wash., 1864 [4304/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Chippewas of the Mississippi & Pillager & Lake Winnebagoshish bands of Chippewa Indians in Minnesota, concluded May 7, 1864, ratified with amendment Feb. 9, 1865, amendment accepted Feb. 14, 1865, proclaimed Mar. 20, 1865, 8p, Wash.. 1865 [4298/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Shoshone-Goship bands of Indians, concluded Oct. 12, 1863, ratified with amendment Mar. 7, 1864, amendment accepted Nov. 24, 1864, proclaimed Dec. 14, 1864, 7p, Wash., 1865 [4303/1F]

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1865-1869 (Johnson): Treaty between the U.S. and the Apache, Cheyenne, & Arrapahoe tribes of Indians, concluded Oct. 17, 1865, ratified May 22, 1866, proclaimed May 26, 1866, 5p, Wash., 1866 [4308/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Blackfeet band of Dakota or Sioux Indians, concluded Oct. 19, 1865, ratified with amendment Mar. 5, 1866, proclaimed Mar. 17, 1866, 6p, Wash., 1866 [4309/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Bois Forte band of Chippewa Indians, concluded Apr. 7, 1866, ratified with amendment Apr. 26, 1866, amendment accepted Apr. 28, 1866, proclaimed May 5, 1866, 7p, Wash., 1866 [4310/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Camanche & Kiowa tribes of Indians, concluded Oct. 18, 1865, ratified May 22, 1866, proclaimed May 26, 1866, 8p, Wash., 1866 [4311/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Chocktaws & Chickasaws, 56p, Wash., 1866 [4314/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Delaware Tribe of Indians, concluded July 4, 1866, ratified July 26, 1866, proclaimed Aug. 10, 1866, 10p, Wash., 1866 [4316/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the lower Brule band of Dakota or Sioux Indians, concluded Oct. 14, 1865, ratified with amendment, Mar. 5, 1866, proclaimed Mar. 17, 1866, 7p, Wash., 1866 [4320/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the upper Yanktonais band of Dakota or Sioux Indians, concluded Oct. 28, 1865, ratified with amendment, Mar. 5, 1866, proclaimed Mar. 15, 1866, 6p, Wash., 1866 [4330/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Winnebago Tribe of Indians, concluded Mar. 8, 1865, ratified with amendment Feb. 13, 1866, amendment accepted Feb. 20, 1866, proclaimed Mar. 28, 1866, 6p, Wash., 1866 [4331/1F] 1865-1869 (Johnson) continued: Treaty between the U.S. and the Wollpahpe Tribe of Snake Indians, concluded Aug.12, 1865, ratified July 5, 1866, proclaimed July 10, 1866, 6p, Wash.,1866 [4332/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Cheyenne & Arrapahoe tribes of Indians, concluded Oct. 14, 1865, ratified with amendments, May 22, 1866, amendments accepted Nov. 10 & 19, 1866, proclaimed Feb. 2, 1867, 11p, Wash, 1867 [4312/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Chippewas of the Mississippi, concluded Mar. 19, 1867, ratified with amendment, Apr. 8, 1867, amendment accepted Apr. 8, 1867, proclaimed Apr. 18, 1867, 7p, Wash., 1867 [4313/1F] Supplemental treaty between the U.S. and the confederated tribes & bands of Indians in middle Oregon, concluded Nov. 15, 1865, ratified Mar. 2, 1867, proclaimed Mar. 28, 1867, 6p, Wash., 1867 [4307/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Great & Little Osage Indians, concluded Sept. 29, 1865, ratified with amendments, June 26, 1866, amendments accepted Sept. 21, 1866, proclaimed Jan. 21, 1867, 11p, Wash., 1867 [4318/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Nez Perce Tribe of Indians, concluded June 9, 1863, ratified Apr. 17, 1867, proclaimed Apr. 20, 1867, 10p, Wash., 1867 [4324/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Sissiton & Warpeton bands of Dakota & Sioux Indians, concluded Feb. 19, 1867, ratified with amendments, Apr. 15, 1867, amendments accepted Apr. 22, 1867, proclaimed May 2, 1867, 10p, Wash., 1867 [4328/1F] Supplemental articles of the treaty of July 19, 1866, between the U.S. and the Cherokee Nation of Indians, concluded Apr. 27, 1868, ratified June 6, 1868, proclaimed June 10, 1868, 6p, Wash., 1868 [4306/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Crow Tribe of Indians, concluded May. 7, 1868, ratified July 25, 1868, proclaimed Aug. 12, 1868, 8p, Wash., 1868 [4315/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Kiowa, Comanche, & Apache tribes of Indians, concluded on Oct. 21, 1867, ratified on July 25, 1868, proclaimed Aug. 25, 1868, 6p, Wash., 1868 [4319/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Navajo Tribe of Indians, concluded on June 1, 1868, ratified on July 25, 1868, proclaimed on Aug. 12, 1868, 9p, Wash., 1868 [4321/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the northern Cheyenne & northern Arrapahoe tribes of Indians, concluded May 10, 1868, ratified July 25, 1868, proclaimed Aug. 25, 1868, 8p, Wash., 1868 [4325/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Pottawatomie Tribe of Indians, concluded Feb. 27, 1867, ratified with amendments July 25, 1868, amendments accepted Aug. 4, 1868, proclaimed Aug. 7, 1868, 10p, Wash., 1868 [4326/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Senecas, mixed Senecas & Shawnees, Quapaws, confederated Peorias, Kaskaskias, Weas, Piankeshaws, Ottawas of Blanchard's Fork and Roche de Boeuf, & certain Wyandottes, concluded Feb. 23, 1867, ratified Oct. 14, 1868, 12p, Wash., 1868 [4327/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Navajo Tribe of Indians, signed June 1, 1868, ratified July 25, 1868, with a record of the discussion that led to its signing, n.a., 26p, Flagstaff, Ariz., KC Publications, 1968 [4241/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Tabegauche, Muache, Capote, Weeminuche, Yampa, Grand River, & Unitah bands of Ute Indians, concluded on Mar. 2, 1868, ratified with amendment July 25, 1868, amendment accepted Aug., 1868, proclaimed Nov. 6, 1868, 6p, Wash., 1868 [4329/1F] Amendatory treaty to the treaty of June 9, 1863 between the U.S. and the Nez Perce Tribe of Indians, concluded Aug. 13, 1868; ratified Feb. 16, 1869, proclaimed Feb. 24, 1869, 5p, Wash., 1869 [4305/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the eastern band of Shoshones & the Bannack Tribe, concluded July 3, 1868, ratified Feb. 16, 1869, proclaimed Feb. 24, 1869, 8p, Wash., 1869 [4317/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Navajo Tribe, concluded June 1, 1868, ratified July 25, 1868, proclaimed Aug. 12, 1868, 15+1p, Phoenix, 1946 [4322/1F] Treaty between the U.S. and the Navajo Tribe of Indians, with a record of the discussions, 26p, Flagstaff, AZ, K.C.Publications, 1968 [4323/1F]

1869-1877 (Grant): Treaty between the U.S. and the Klamath & Mondoc tribes of the Yahooskin band of Snake Indians, concluded Oct. 14, 1864, ratified with amendments, July 2, 1866, amendment accepted Dec. 10, 1869, proclaimed Feb. 17, 1870, 8p, Wash., 1870 [4333/1F]

1889-1893 (Harrison): Articles of agreement concerning cession of the Cherokee outlet, together with the provisions to carry the same into effect contained in the Indian appropriation act for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1894, approved Mar. 3, 1893, compiled in the Dept. of Interior, 8p, Wash., GPO, 1893 [4335/1F]

1897-1901 (Mckinley): Agreement between the U.S. Commissioners to negotiate with the Five Civilized Tribes and the Commissioners on the part of the Seminole Nation, 6p, n.p., 1897 [4223/1F] Choctaw treaty with the Dawes Commission, full text, 19p, South McAlester, I.T., Capital Printing, 1897 [4225/1F] Letter from the Sec. of Interior transmitting a copy of an agreement concluded Feb. 5, 1898, by the Commission appointed under the act of June 10, 1896, to negotiate with the Crow, Flathead, & other Indians for the surrender of any portion of their respective reservations, etc.; and with the Indians of the Fort Hall Reservation, Idaho..., 16p, Wash., GPO, 1898 [3996/1F] Agreement with the Crow Indians of Montana, letter from the Sec. of Interior, 53p, Wash., 1900 [4334/1F] Letter from the Acting Sec. of Interior transmitting a copy of an agreement with a commission of the Choctaw & Chickasaw Nations, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1900 [3994/1F] Papers relative to an agreement with the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians in North Dakota, prepared for the Committee on Indian Affairs, U.S. Senate, 178p, Wash., GPO, 1900? [3832/2F]

1901-1909 (Roosevelt): The Creek treaty, passed by the Congress, Feb., 1901, and supplemental Creek agreement, ratified July 26, 1902, officially proclaimed Aug. 8, 1902, with Creek translation, 12+18+8+9p, Muskogee, I.T., Phoenix printing company, 1902 [4336/1F]

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U. S. Legislative Documents

Congress Generally
(Arranged alphabetically by main entry)

Debate on the Seminole War: in Jan. & Feb. 1819, 15th Congress, 2nd Sess., no editor, 591 columns, Wash., printed at the office of the National Intelligencer, 1819 [3983/3F]

Fay, George E. - A Grand Compendium of U.S. Congressional Documentation of relationships between the bands of the Sioux and the United States: assembled and edited by George E. Fay, Part 1 of 2 only, vi+150p, Greeley, Colo., Museum of Anthropology, University of Northern Colorado, 1975 [1945/4F]

Indian Affairs & Depredation Claims: n.a., 1 vol., report to the 49th Congress, Wash., 1885-1887 [3987/3F]

Indian Appropriations Acts; A Compilation by the Library of the Department of the Interior of the Indian appropriation acts of the Congress for the years 1874-1905 & 1917-1942: Compiled by the Library from GPO prints, n.p., n.d. [3660/67F] Log Button

Indian Territory; Laws, Statutes, Etc. - Annotated statutes of the Indian Territory, embracing all laws of a general and permanent character in force at the close of the 2nd Session of the 55th Congress: by Dorset Carter, 1149p, St. Paul, Minn., West Publ. Co., 1899 [2176/13F]

Public Law 280; Background Report: Prepared at the request of Senator Henry M. Jackson, Wash., 49+7p, GPO, 1975 [1139/1F]

U.S. Congress, Joint Commission To Investigate Indian Affairs - Hearings before the Joint Committee, 63rd Cong., Sept. 15, 1913 to Dec. 16, 1914, Part 1-8, Wash., GPO, 1914 [4125/1F] Business & accounting methods, Indian Bureau, Report to the Joint Commission of the Congress, 63rd Cong., 3rd sess., to investigate Indian affairs, relative to business and accounting methods employed in the administration of the Office of Indian Affairs: n.a., 86p, Wash., GPO, 1915 [4124/1F]

U.S. Congress, Joint Committee On The Conduct Of The War - Massacre of the Cheyenne Indians, A Report: n.a., 108p, 38th Cong., Wash., GPO, 1865 [3790/2F]

U.S. Congress, Joint Committee On Navajo-Hopi Indian Administration - Memorandum from the chairman to the Joint Committee on hearings held at Gallup, N.M., Nov. 26, 1957: n.a., 68p, 85th Cong., 1st Sess., Wash., GPO, 1958 [3789/1F]

U.S. Congress, Joint Economic Committee; Toward economic development for Native American communities; A compendium of papers submitted to the Subcommittee on Economy in Government of the Joint Committee, v.1-2, Wash., GPO, 1969 [3791/7F]

U.S. Congress, Jnt. Spec. Com. To Inquire Into The Condition Of The Indian Tribes;
Report of the Joint Special Committee appointed under joint resolution of Mar. 3, 1865, with an appendix: 532p, Wash., GPO, 1867 [3792/6F]

U.S. Statutory Compilations (In Order Of Publication Date): Laws of the colonial and state governments relating to the Indian inhabitants, 52p, Wash., GPO, 1830 [3684/1F] A compilation from the revised statutes of the U.S., and acts of Congress since the enactment of the Revised Statutes, June 22, 1874, also special acts and resolutions previous to that date relative to Indian affairs, not embraced in or repeated by the revision of the U.S. statutes: Compiled by the Indian Bureau, 192p, Wash., GPO, 1873 [4128/2F] Laws of the United States relating to Indian affairs, compiled from the Revised Statutes of the U.S. enacted June 22, 1874, and from the Statutes at Large from that date to Mar. 4, 1883: 3rd ed., compiled by the Indian Bureau, 431p, Wash., GPO, 1884 [4139/5F] Laws and regulations relating to trade with Indian tribes: compiled by the Office of Indian Affairs, July 15, 1887, Wash., GPO, 1887 [4134/1F] Laws of the U.S. and decisions of the courts relating to war claims: compiled by J.B. Holloway, 248p, Wash., GPO, 1908 [4136/3F] Laws relating to the Five Civilized Tribes in Oklahoma, 1890-1914: n.a., 589p, printed by order of the Committee on Indian Affairs, House of Reps., 63rd Cong., 3rd sess.: 589p, Wash., GPO, 1915 [4141/7F]

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House of Representatives Documents
(Documents arranged alphabetically by main committee, and within each committee by date of publication.
Subcommittee listings follow listings for the parent committee)

Committee on Education & Labor,
Subcommittee on Elementary, Secondary & Vocational Education:
Indian Education, 352p, Wash., GPO, 1977 [3666/4F]

Committee on Expenditures in the Interior Department:
White Horse Reservation, Hearings on House resolution no.103 to investigate the expenditures in the Interior Dept., Nos. 1-26 & 29-49, v.1-3, Wash., GPO, 1911-12 [3668/42F] Log Button

Report on the investigation of the White Horse Reservation, Minn., with transcript of testimony taken and exhibits offered from July 25, 1911 to Mar. 28, 1912, v.1-2, Wash., GPO, 1913 [3667/30F] Log Button

Committee on Government Operations, Government Activities Subcommittee:
Survey of selected activities, hearings, Parts 1-7, Wash., GPO, 1962 [3671/11F] Log Button

Disposal of excess property located within Indian reservations, hearing, 93rd Cong., 2nd Sess., on H.R. 8958, July 16, 1974, 29p, Wash., GPO, 1974 [3670/1F]

Committee on Indian Affairs:
Investigation of Indian Frauds, 793p, Wash., GPO, 1873 [3687/9F] Peyote: Hearings before a subcommittee of the Comm. on H.R. 2614 to amend section 2139 and 2140 of the revised statutes and the acts amendatory thereof, and for other purposes, v.1-2, Wash., GPO, 1918 [3692/2F] Hearings, 66th Cong., 1st Sess., on the condition of various tribes of Indians, Act of June 30, 1919, v. 3 only of 3 vols., Wash., GPO, 1920 [3685/15F] Titles to lands within Pueblo Indian land grants, 67th Cong., 4th Sess., H.Rep. No.1748, 8p, Wash., GPO, 1923 [3704/1F] Reservation courts of Indian offenses, hearings, 69th Cong., 1st Sess., on H.R. 7826, Feb. 13 to May 20, 1926, 203p, Wash., GPO, 1926 [3700/3F] Readjustment of Indian affairs, hearings, 73rd Cong, 2nd Sess., on H.R. 7902, a bill to grant to Indians living under federal tutelage the freedom to organize for purposes of local self-government and economic enterprise; to provide for the necessary training of Indians in administrative and economic affairs; to conserve and develop Indian lands; and to promote the more effective administration of justice in matters affecting Indian tribes & communities by establishing a federal court of Indian affairs, with index, Pts. 1-9, 515p, Wash., GPO, 1934 [3696/10F] Log Button

Indian conditions and affairs, hearings before the subcommittee on general bills, 74th Cong., 1st Sess., on H.R. 7781, etc., Feb. 11 to Apr. 19, 1935, 1052p, Wash., GPO, 1935 [3681/1F] Palm Springs band of mission Indians, hearings, 75th Cong., 1st Sess., on H.R. 5297, to repeal that provision in the Act of Mar. 2, 1917, 39 Stat. 976, directing the making of allotments to Indians of the mission Indian reservations, California, Apr. 7, 14 & 21, 1937, 89p, Wash., GPO, 1937 [3690/1F] Proposed exploration of dam sites on Pueblo Indian pueblo lands, hearings, 78th Cong., 1st Sess., on H.R. 323, a bill to authorize the exploration of proposed dam sites located on Indian lands within the state of New Mexico, May 25 & 26, 1943, 117p, Wash., GPO, 1943 [3694/2F] Hearings, 78th Cong., 1st Sess., on H.R. 3622, a bill to appoint a commission to settle the claims of the Indians of California, v.2 only of 2 vols., Wash., GPO, 1944 [3705/3F] Creation of Indian claims commission, hearings on H.R. 1198 and H.R. 1341, 178p, Wash., GPO, 1945 [3677/2F] Hearings, 78th Cong, 1st & 2nd Sess., on H. Res. 166, a bill to authorize an investigation to determine whether the changed status of the Indian requires a revision of the laws and regulations affecting the American Indian, v.1-5, Wash., GPO, 1943-1946 [3686/21F] Log Button

Hearings, 79th Cong, 2nd Sess., on H.R. 3681 & H.R. 3710, concerning the purchase of certain restricted Indian land, removing of restrictions on Indian property, and for the emancipation of Indians, May 6 & June 13, 1946, 47p, Wash., GPO, 1946 [3698/1F]

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Committee on Interior & Insular Affairs:
Conferring jurisdiction on the several states over offenses committed by or against Indians in Indian country, report on H.R. 459, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1952? [3708/1F] Conferring jurisdiction on California with respect to offenses committed on Indian reservations within such state, report on H.R. 3624, 7p, Wash., GPO, 1952, [3709/1F] Report on House resolution authorizing the Committee to conduct an investigation of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, 82nd Cong., v.1-2, Wash., GPO, 1953 [3730/20F] Log Button

Hearings on problems relative to land use and economic conditions on the Fort Hall Indian Reservation, Idaho, Oct. 15 & 16, 1957, 108p, Wash., GPO, 1957 [3711/2F] Hearing on equalization of land allotments on the Agua Caliente Reservation in California, Palm Springs, Calif., Oct. 2, 1957, 116p, Wash., GPO, 1958 [3719/2F] Lower Brule & Crow Creek Indian Tribes, S.D., Interior Dept. suggested redraft of H.R. 6074 {Berry} & H.R. 10786 {McGovern}, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1958 [3722/1F] Lower Brule & Crow Creek Indian Tribes, S.D., Dept. of the Army analysis of Interior Dept. suggested redrafts of H.R. 6074 {Berry} & H.R. 10786 {McGovern}, 5p, Wash., GPO, 1958 [3721/1F] Standing Rock, Lower Brule & Crow Creek Indian Tribes, N.D. & S.D., department reports & information on H.R. 6075 {Berry}, 37p, Wash., GPO, 1958 [3736/1F] Indirect services & expenditures by the Federal Government for the American Indian, committee documents & information relating to a questionnaire circulated to various Federal agencies on the subject of indirect expenditures in the field of Indian affairs, 61p, Wash., GPO, 1959 [3715/1F] Committee documents & information relating to employment and expenditures in the Bureau of Indian Affairs, the Indian claims situation, state expenditures for Indian welfare, the history of welfare activities on each reservation, Indian voting, tribal assets & liabilities, attorney services available to Indian tribes, & organizations interested in Indian affairs, 346p, Wash., GPO, 1959 [3727/4F] Hearing on H.R. 2352, H.R. 2494, and S. 72; bills to authorize the Sec. of the Int. to construct, operate, and maintain the Navajo Indian irrigation project & the initial stage of the San Juan-Chama project as part of the Colorado River storage project, May 20, 1960, 212p, Wash., GPO, 1960 [3732/3F] Policies, programs & activities of the Dept. of the Int., hearings, 292p, Wash., GPO, 1961 [3725/4F] Indian heirship land study, v.1-2, Wash., GPO, 1961 [3713/18F] Log Button

Indian unemployment survey; memorandum, etc. from the Chairman to the members of the Comm., 1 volume, Wash., GPO, 1963 [3714/9F] Information on removal of restrictions on American Indians; memorandum, etc. from the Chairman to members of the Comm., 90p, Wash., GPO, 1964 [3716/1F] Policies, programs & activities of the Dept. of the Int., hearings/briefings, Pts. 1-2, Wash., GPO, 1965 [3726/7F] Log Button

Agua Caliente Indians conservatorships & guardianships, hearing, 90th Cong., 2nd Sess., on H.R. 17273, held in Palm Springs, CA, May 31, 1968, 258p, Wash., GPO [3742/3F]

Committee on Interior & Insular Affairs, Subcommittee on Indian Affairs:
State legal jurisdiction in Indian Country, hearing, 82nd Cong., 2nd Sess., on H.R. 459, H.R. 3235, & H.R. 3624, Feb. 28 & 29, 1952, 106p, Wash., GPO, 1952 [3737/2F] Statistical charts regarding the Indians of the United States, 45p, Wash., GPO, 1952 [3738/1F] Special report on the activities of the Subcomm. by Chairman Toby Morris to parent-comm. chairman John R. Murdock, 22p, Wash., GPO, 1953 [3735/1F] Testimony of the Osage Indians of Oklahoma on H. Con. Res. 108, expressing the sense of Congress that certain tribes of Indians should be freed from Federal supervision, hearing, 83rd Cong., 1st Sess, July 22, 1953, 82p, Wash., GPO, 1953 [3724/1F] Klamath voluntary withdrawal act, hearing, 83rd Cong., 1st Sess., on H.R. 3402, a bill to provide for a final settlement on individual shares in the tribal estate and assets of the Klamath Indians through voluntary withdrawal from membership in the Klamath Tribe, July 30, 1953, 16p, Wash., GPO, 1953 [3718/1F] North Dakota Indian Affairs Commission, hearing, 19p, Wash., GPO, 1955 [3762/1F] Sioux Indian Tribes, N.D. & S.D., hearings on H. Res. 30, Sept. 9,10 & 12, 1955, 147p, Wash., GPO, 1956 [3734/2F] Hearings on H.R. 2576, etc. to provide for the distribution of land and assets of certain Indian ranchers and reservations in California, 106p, Wash., GPO, 1957 [3706/2F] Hearing on H.R. 2381, H.R. 7255, and S. 332; bills to amend the Act of June 4, 1920, as amended, providing for allotment of lands of the Crow Tribe, Crow Indian Reservation, MT, Oct. 18-19, 1957, 274p, Wash., GPO, 1958 [3733/3F] Hearings on H.R. 1176, to amend the Act of Aug. 9, 1946, 60 Stat. 968, providing for the preparation of a membership roll of the Indians of the Yakima Reservation, 125p, Wash., GPO; 1959 [3740/2F] Hearings on H.R. 7701, H.R. 8033 & H.R. 8590; bills to provide a program for Operation Bootstrap for the American Indian, May 31, June 1-2, 1960, 110p, Wash., GPO, 1960 [3723/2F] Report on proposed Indian heirship legislation, 11p, Wash., GPO, 1961 [3729/1F] Colville termination legislation, hearings, 87th Cong, 2nd Sess., on H.R. 6801 & H.R. 8469, May 15, 1962, 54p, Wash., GPO, 1962 [3707/1F] Yakima legislation, hearing, 87th Cong., 2nd Sess., on H.R. 2582, etc., June 4, 1962, 45p, Wash., GPO, 1962 [3741/1F] Hearing, 88th Cong., 1st Sess., May 24, 1963, 195p, Wash., GPO, 1963 [3731/3F] Hearing on the Indian health problem, 88th Cong., 1st Sess., May 23, 1963, 60p, Wash., GPO, 1963 [3712/1F] Kinzua Dam, Seneca Indian relocation, hearing, 88th Cong., 1st Sess., on H.R. 1794, 3343 & 7354, 515p, Wash., GPO, 1964 [3717/6F] Disposition of Klamath and Modoc judgment funds, hearings, 89th Cong., 1st Sess., 189p, Wash., GPO, 1965 [3752/2F] California Indians judgment fund, hearings, 89th Cong., 2nd Sess., May 2-3, 1966, 314p, Wash., GPO, 1966 [3748/4F] Colville termination, hearings, 89th Cong., 1st Sess., 588p, Wash., GPO, 1966 [3749/7F] Indian fractionated land problems, hearings, 89th Cong., 2nd Sess., Feb. 24-25, 1966, 79p, Wash., GPO, 1966 [3758/1F] Indian resources development act of 1967, hearings, 90th Cong., 1st Sess., H.R. 10560, July 13-14, 1967, 94p, Wash., GPO, 1967 [3759/2F] Indian Claims Commission act extension and enlargement, hearings, 90th Cong., 1st Sess., on H.R. 2536, etc., Mar. 2-3 & 8, 1967, 210p, Wash., GPO, 1967 [3756/3F] Colville termination, hearings, 90th Cong., 2nd Sess., on H.R. 3051, July 12, 1968, 174p, Wash., GPO, 1968 [3750/2F] Rights of members of Indian tribes, hearing, 90th Cong., 2nd Sess., on H.R.15419, etc., Mar. 29, 1968, 137p, Wash., GPO, 1968 [3764/2F] Alaska native land claims, hearings, 90th Cong., 2nd Sess., on H.R. 11213, 15049 & 17129, July 11, 1968, 211p, Wash., GPO, 1968 [3743/3F] Alaska native land claims, hearings, 91st Cong., 1st Sess., on H.R. 13142 & 10193, v.1-2, Wash., GPO, 1969 [3744/8F] Log Button

Alaska native land claims, hearings, 92nd Cong., 1st Sess., on H.R. 3100, 7039, & 7432, 387p, Wash., GPO, 1971 [3745/5F] Partition of Navajo & Hopi 1882 Reservation, hearings, 92nd Cong., 2nd Sess., on H.R. 11128, 4753, & 4754, Apr. 17-18, 1972, 284p, Wash., GPO, 1972 [3763/3F] Seizure of the Bureau of Indian Affairs headquarters, hearings, 92nd Cong., 2nd Sess., Dec. 4-5, 1972, 179p, Wash., GPO, 1972 [3765/2F] Menominee restoration act, hearings, 93rd Cong., 1st Sess., 398p, Wash., GPO, 1973 [3761/5F] Indian financing act of 1973, hearing, 93rd Cong., 1st Sess., Oct. 12, 1973, 173p, Wash., GPO, 1974 [3757/2F] Indian self-determination & education assistance act, hearings, 93rd Cong., 2nd Sess., on S. 1017, etc., 171p, Wash., GPO, 1974 [3760/2F] Amending the Alaska native claims settlement act, hearing, 93rd Cong., 2nd Sess., on H.R. 12355, Feb. 4, 1974, 82p, Wash., GPO, 1974 [3746/1F] Amending the Indian Claims Commission Act of Aug. 13, 1946, hearing, 93rd Cong., 2nd Sess., on H.R. 16170, Aug. 8, 1974, 50p, Wash., GPO, 1974 [3747/1F] Creation of the Indian Trust Counsel Authority, hearings, 93rd Cong., 1st Sess., 293p, Wash., GPO, 1974 [3751/4F] Distribution of judgment funds to the Cowlitz Indians, hearing, 94th Cong., 1st Sess., on H.R. 5090, Apr. 17, 1975, 53p, Wash., GPO, 1975 [3753/1F] Tribal land consolidation & resources inventory, hearings, 94th Cong., 2nd Sess., on H.R. 14417, 138p, Wash., GPO, 1976 [3766/2F] Indian Claims Commission Act Amendment, hearing, 94th Cong., 2nd Sess., on H.R. 14629, 147p, Wash., GPO, 1976 [3755/2F]

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Committee on Interior & Insular Affairs, Subcommittee on Irrigation & Reclamation:
Navajo Indian irrigation project, hearing, 91st Cong., 2nd Sess., on S. 203 & H.R.13001, June 11, 1970, 57p, Wash., GPO, 1970 [3767/1F]

Committee on Interior & Insular Affairs, Subcommittee on Public Lands:
D-2 lands set aside under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of 1970, hearings, 93rd Cong., 1st Sess., Dec. 4 & 6, 1973, 47p, Wash., GPO, 1974 [3769/1F]

Committee on Interstate & Foreign Commerce:
Hearings, 86th Cong., 1st Sess., on bills to provide for improvement of Indian sanitation facilities, May 5 & 6, 1959, 76p, Wash., GPO, 1959 [3770/1F] Subcommittee on Health and Environment, Indian health care improvement act, hearings, 94th Cong., 2nd Sess., on H.R. 2525, Apr. 27-28. 1976, 276p, Wash., GPO, 1976 [3771/3F]

Committee on the Judiciary:
Amending Title 18, U.S. Code, entitled "Crimes and criminal procedure," with respect to state jurisdiction over offenses committed by or against Indians in the Indian country, report to accompany H.R. 6036, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1952 [3785/1F] Criminal jurisdiction in Indian country, hearing, 94th Cong., 2nd Sess., Mar. 10, 1976, 71p, Wash., GPO, 1976 [3787/1F]

Committee on Merchant Marine & Fisheries,
Subcommittee on Fisheries, Wildlife Conservation & the Environment:
Alaska Native Claims, hearings, 93rd Cong., 2nd Sess., June 4-6, 1974, 219p, Wash., GPO, 1975 [3772/3F] Indian fishing rights, hearings, 325p, Wash., GPO, 1978 [3773/4F]

Committee on Post Office & Civil Service:
Employment preference for certain employees of the Bureau of Indian Affairs & the Indian Health Service, report to accompany H.R. 5465, 31p, Wash., GPO, 1976 [3774/1F]

Committee on Public Lands, Subcommittee on Indian Affairs:
Navajo & Hopi rehabilitation, hearings, 81st Cong., 1st Sess., H.R. 3476, Apr. 18, 19 & 22, May 16-18, 1949, 273p, Wash., GPO, 1949 [3780/3F] To revise the census roll, Indians of California, hearings, 80th Cong., 1st Sess., pursuant to H.R. 2739 and H.R. 2878, Apr. 7 & May 2, 1947, 41p, Wash., GPO, 1947 [3781/1F] Trust funds, Shoshone & Arapaho Indian tribes, hearings, 80th Cong., 1st Sess., on H.R. 1098, a bill to authorize the segregation & expenditure of trust funds held in joint ownership by the Shoshone and Arapahoe tribes of the Wind River Reservation, Mar. 15, 1947, 40p, Wash. GPO, 1947 [3782/1F] Welfare of Klamath Indians, hearings, 80th Cong., 1st Sess., on H.R. 2502, May 1 & June 17, 1947, 38p, Wash., GPO, 1947 [3783/1F] Colville Indian lands, hearings before the Subcommittee & the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, U.S. Senate, 81st Cong., 1st Sess., on H.R. 2432. a bill restoring to tribal ownership certain lands upon the Colville Indian Reservation, Wash., Feb. 9-July 29, 1949, 75p, Wash., GPO, 1949 [3775/1F] Compilation of material relating to the Indians of the U.S. and the Territory of Alaska, including certain laws & treaties affecting such Indians, making a study of problems in connection with the public lands of the U.S. pursuant to H. Res. 66, 81st Cong., 2nd Sess., June 13, 1950, 1110p, Wash., GPO, 1950 [3776/12F]

Committee on Revision of the Laws:
Report on the codification, revision & annotation of the general acts relating to Indians, by W.K. Watkins, reviser of statutes for the Committee, 31p, Wash., GPO, 1917 [3784/1F]

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Senate Documents
(Documents arranged alphabetically by main committee, and within each committee by date of publication.
Subcommittee listings follow listings for the parent committee)

Senate generally:
Improvement of conditions on Indian reservations in Arizona, letters submitted by various committees of citizens, presented by Mr. Hayden, 81p, Wash., GPO, 1929 [3795/1F] Walapai papers, historical reports, documents, & extracts from publications relating to the Walapai Indians of Arizona, 364p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [3797/4F]

Committee on Appropriations:
Foreign aid, welfare of Indians, & tax refunds, hearings, 80th Cong., 2nd Sess., on H.J. Res. 355, 74p, Wash., GPO, 1948 [3800/1F] Federal facilities for Indians; reports by Mamie L. Mizen, 1955-1961, 209p, Wash., GPO, 1962 [2590/3F] Federal facilities for Indians; a report by Mamie L. Mizen, 1962, 29p, Wash., GPO, 1963 [2591/1F] Federal facilities for Indians; a report by Mamie L. Mizen, Sept. 5-15, 1963, 25p, Wash., GPO, 1964 [2592/1F] Federal facilities for Indians; a report by Mamie L. Mizen, 390+2p, Wash., GPO, 1965 [2593/5F] Federal facilities for Indians, tribal relations with the Federal Government, report by Mamie L. Mizen, 1965-66; 856p, Wash., GPO, 1966 [2594/10F] Appropriations Committee, Subcommittee on the Dept. of the Int., Roswell Residential Training Center & related Indian vocational education policy, hearings, 92nd Cong., 2nd Sess., 49p, Wash., GPO, 1973 [3801/1F]

Committee on Government Operations, Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations:
Indian health care, hearing, 93rd Cong., 2nd Sess., pursuant to Section 4, S. Res. 46, 93rd Cong., Sept. 16, 1974, 267p, Wash., GPO, 1974 [3802/3F]

Committee on Government Operations, Subcommittee on Executive Reorganization:
Redesigning the Department of the Interior as the Department of Natural Resources, hearings, 165p, Wash., GPO, 1968 [3803/2F]

Committee on Indian Affairs:
Hearings on matters relating to the Osage tribe of Indians, Apr. 29, 1908 to Jan. 26, 1909, 281p, Wash., GPO, 1909 [3809/3F] Modifying Osage fund restrictions, hearings, 68th Cong., 1st Sess., on S. 2065 & 2933, 2 vols. in 1, Wash., GPO, 1924 [3819/5F] Non-taxable Indian lands, 3rd report, summary of expenditures, including tax loss, by counties within the boundary of Indian reservations, for the year 1929, and for the state of Oregon for 10-year period, 81p, Wash., GPO, 1931 [3817/1F] Tax-exempt Indian lands, partial report, 1932, responding to S.Res. 282, 174p, Wash., GPO, 1932 [3827/2F] Tax-exempt Indian lands, report responding to S.Res. 282, 71stCong., 188p, Wash., GPO, 1933 [3828/2F] Survey of conditions of Indians in the U.S., hearings, 78th Cong., lst sess., pursuant to S. Res. 79, issued in 41 vols., LLMC copy has 1929-1932, Parts.1-8, 15-18, & 21-26, Wash., GPO, 1929-1941 [3825/106F] Log Button

Nomination of William A. Brophy to be commissioner of Indian Affairs, hearing, 79thCong., lst Sess., Feb. 20, 27 & 28 & Mar. 1, 1945, 149p, Wash., GPO, 1945 [3816/2F]

Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs:
Rehabilitation of Navajo & Hopi Indians, hearings, 80th Cong., 2nd Sess., on S. 2363, 575p, Wash., GPO, 1948 [3866/6F] Act authorizing the Sec. of the Int. to create an Indian reservation in Alaska, hearings, 80th Cong., 2nd Sess., on S. 2037, a bill to transfer to the Territorial Government of Alaska the administration within such territory of laws relating to Indians, and S.J. Res. 162, to repeal section 2 of the Act of May 1, 1936, 49 Stat., 1250, 606p, Wash., GPO, 1948 [3869/7F] Rehabilitation of Navajo & Hopi Indians, hearings, 81st Cong., 1st Sess., on S. 1407, Apr. 20, 1949, 105p, Wash., GPO, 1949 [3867/2F] Termination of federal supervision over certain tribes of Indians, joint hearing, 83rd Cong, 2nd Sess., on S. 2670 & H.R. 7674, etc., providing for legislation pursuant to H.Con.Res. 108, Pts. 1-12, 1604+2p, Wash., GPO, 1954 [3872/32F] Transfer of Indian hospitals & health facilities to the Public Health Service, hearing, 83rd Cong., 2nd Sess., on H.R. 303, May 28-29, 1954, 178p, Wash., GPO, 1954 [3875/2F] Timber sales, Quinaielt Indian Reservation, hearings, 598p, Wash., GPO, 1957 [3873/7F] Timber sales, Quinaielt Indian Reservation, State of Wash., report no. 971, together with minority views, Aug. 15 & 24, 1957, 94p, Wash., GPO, 1957 [3874/2F] Indian land transactions, memorandum of the chairman, analysis of the problems & effects of our diminishing Indian land use base, 1948-1957, 838p, Wash., GPO, 1958 [3854/9F] Amendments to the Klamath termination act of 1954, hearings, 85th Cong., 1st & 2nd Sess., on S. 2047, a bill to provide for the acquisition of all tribal lands of the Klamath Tribe of Indians, Pts.1-2, 606p, Wash., GPO, 1957-58 [3840/8F] Log Button

Amendments to the Menominee termination act, hearings, 87th Cong., 1st Sess., on S. 869 & 870, Apr. 18-19 & 24, 1961, 153p, Wash., GPO [3841/2F] Colville judgment funds, hearings, 87th Cong., 1st Sess., Aug. 15 & Sept. 13, 1961, 121p, Wash., GPO, 1961 [3844/2F] Indian heirship land study, memorandum of the chairman, 2 vols. in 1, Wash., GPO, 1960-1961 [3853/13F] Log Button

Indian heirship land problem, hearings, 87th Cong., 1st Sess., on S. 1392, 3 pts. in 1 vol., Wash., GPO, 1961-63 [3851/7F] Log Button

Indian heirship land problem, report to accompany S. 1049, Sept. 4, 1963, 88th Cong., 1st Sess., Sen. Rept. No. 479, 14p [3868/1F] Colville Indian legislation, hearings, 88th Cong., 1st Sess., on S. 1442 & 1169, 362p, Wash., GPO, 1964 [3843/4F] Alaska native land claims, hearings, 90th Cong., 2nd Sess., Feb. 8-10, 1968, 508p, Wash., GPO, 1968 [3836/6F] Alaska native land claims, hearing, 91st Cong., 1st Sess., on S. 1830, v.1-3, Wash., GPO, 1969 [3837/8F] Log Button

Alaska native claims settlement act of 1970, report to accompany S. 1830, 219p, Wash., GPO, 1970 [3834/3F] Indian claims litigation, hearing, 91st Cong., 2nd Sess., Apr. 10, 1970, 56p, Wash., GPO, 1970 [3848/1F] Indian education act of 1917, hearing, 92nd Cong., 1st Sess., on S. 2482, Sept. 20, 1971, 77p, Wash., GPO, 1971 [3849/1F] Alaska native claims settlement act of 1971, report to accompany S. 351, 223p, Wash., GPO, 1971 [3835/3F] Alaska native land claims, hearings, 92nd Cong., 1st Sess., on S. 35 & 835, Feb. 18 & Mar. 16, 1971, v.1-3, Wash., GPO, 1971 [3838/9F] Log Button

Policy changes in the Bureau of Indian Affairs, hearing, 91st Cong., 2nd Sess., Dec. 16, 1970, 124p, Wash., GPO, 1971 [3864/2F] American Indians & Alaska natives policy, hearings, 92nd Cong., 1st Sess., 160p, Wash., GPO, 1972 [3842/2F] Comprehensive Indian education act, hearings, 92nd Cong., 2nd Sess., on S. 2724, Mar. 1 & 6-7, 1972, 466p, Wash., GPO, 1972 [3845/5F] Fort Belknap Indian Reservation & the Fort Belknap Builders, Inc., staff report, 45p, Wash., GPO, 1972 [3847/1F] National American Indian policy, report to accompany S. Con. Res. 37, 8p, Wash., GPO, 1974 [3859/1F] Navajo-Hopi land dispute, hearing, 93rd Cong., 2nd Sess., July 24, 1974, 622p, Wash., GPO, 1974 [3861/7F] Status of federal lands in Alaska, hearing, 93rd Cong., 2nd Sess., on management of lands under the Alaska native claims settlement act, Dec. 10, 1974, 42p, Wash., GPO, 1974 [3871/1F] Amendments to the Alaska native claims settlement act, hearing, 94th Cong., 1st Sess., May 16, 1975, v.1-2, Wash., GPO, 1975 [3839/8F] Log Button

Sac & Fox judgment funds distribution act, report submitted by Mr. Bartlett, Comm. member, to accompany S. 1823, 15p, Wash., Senate, 1975 [3870/1F] Indian water rights of the Five Central Tribes of Arizona, hearings, 94th Cong., 1st Sess., Oct. 23-24, 1975, 697p, Wash., GPO, 1975 [3855/8F]

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Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, Subcommittee on Indian Affairs:
Federal Indian policy, hearings, 85th Cong., 1st Sess., on S. 809 & 331, & S. Con. Res. 3, 295p, Wash., GPO, 1957 [3846/4F] Klamath Indian Tribe, termination of federal supervision, hearing, 84th Cong., 2nd Sess., May 21 & Oct. 18, 1956, 182p, Wash., GPO, 1957 [3857/2F] Review appraisal of Klamath Indian assets, hearing, 65p, Wash., GPO, 1959 [3913/1F] 1960 amendments to the Menominee Indian termination act of 1954, hearings, 86th Cong., 2nd Sess., on H.R. 11813, Aug. 16-17, 1960, 104p, Wash., GPO, 1960 [3863/2F] Indian heirship land study, Chairman's memorandum, 8p, Wash., GPO, 1961 [3852/1F] Indian heirship land problem, hearings, 87 & 88th Cong., v.1-3, Wash., GPO, 1961-63 [3894/7F] Log Button

Indian fishing rights, hearings, 88th Cong., 2nd Sess., on S.J. Res. 170 & 171, Aug. 5-6, 1964, 246p, Wash., GPO, 1964 [3850/3F] Kinzua Dam, Seneca Indian relocation, hearing, 88th Cong., 2nd sess., on S. 1836 & H.R. 1794, bills to authorize the acquisition of and payment for a flowage easement and right-of-way over lands within the Allegheny Indian Reservation in N.Y., required by the U.S. for the Allegheny River, Kinzua Dam project, to provide for the relocation, rehabilitation, social & economic development of the Seneca Nation, Mar. 2, 1964, 199p, Wash., GPO, 1964 [3856/3F] Colville termination, hearings, 89th Cong., 1st Sess., Apr. 5-6, 1965, 249p, Wash., GPO, 1965 [3879/3F] Colville termination, hearings, 90th Cong., 1st Sess., on S. 282, June 8, 1967, 221p, Wash., GPO [3880/3F] Indian Claims Commission act amendments, hearing, 90th Cong., 1st Sess., on S. 307, Feb. 15, 1967, 116p, Wash., GPO, 1967 [3888/2F] Taos Indians, Blue Lake, hearings, 90th Cong., 2nd Sess., on H.R. 3306 & S. 1624 & 1625, Sept. 19-20, 1968, 245p, Wash., GPO, 1968 [3915/3F] Yakima tribal enrollments, hearing, 90th Cong., 2nd Sess., on S. 1764, Mar. 4, 1968, 67p, Wash., GPO, 1968 [3921/1F] Taos Indians, Blue Lake, hearings, 91st Cong., 2nd Sess., on S. 750 & H.R. 471, July 9-10, 1970, 315p, Wash., GPO, 1970 [3916/4F] Tlingit & Haida funds, hearings, 91st Cong., 2nd Sess., on S. 2628 & 2650, Mar. 17 & 25, 1970, 136p, Wash., GPO, 1970 [3918/2F] Umatilla judgment funds, hearing, 91st Cong., 1st Sess., on S. 2357 & H.R. 9477, Oct. 29, 1969, 87p, Wash., GPO, 1970 [3920/1F] Federal lands in trust for tribes in Minnesota & Wisconsin, hearing, 92nd Cong., 1st sess., on S. 1217, Mar. 26, 1971, 72p, Wash., GPO, 1971 [3884/1F] Partition of surface rights on Navajo-Hopi Indian land, hearings, 92nd Cong., 2nd Sess., on H.R. 11128, Sept. 14-15, 1972, 266p, Wash., GPO, 1972 [3878/3F] Economic development of Indians & Indian organizations, hearing, 92nd Cong., 2nd Sess., on S. 2036 & 2237, Aug. 1, 1972, 84p, Wash., GPO, 1972 [3881/1F] Extension of the Indian Claims Commission, hearing, 92nd Cong., 1st Sess., on S. 2408, Oct. 21, 1971, 50p, Wash., GPO, 1972 [3883/1F] Indian self-determination, hearing, 92nd Cong., 2nd Sess., May 8, 1972. 81p, Wash., GPO, 1972 [3900/1F] Indian trust counsel, hearings, 92nd Cong., 1st Sess., on S. 2035, Nov. 22-23, 1971, 273p, Wash., GPO, 1972 [3901/3F] Osage Nation of Indians judgment funds, hearing, 92nd Cong., 2nd Sess., on S. 1465 & 3234, Mar. 28, 1972, 174p, Wash., GPO, 1972 [3907/2F] Time extension for commencing actions on behalf of Indians, hearings on S. 3377 & H.R. 13825, 82p, Wash., GPO, 1972 [3917/1F] Realignment of the Bureau of Indian Affairs central office, hearings, 93rd Cong., 1st Sess., June 25 & July 10, 1973, 266p, Wash., GPO, 1973 [3910/3F] Menominee restoration act, hearings, 93rd Cong., 1st Sess., on S. 1687, Sept. 17 & 26, 1973, 378p, Wash., GPO, 1973 [3904/4F] Partition of the surface rights of the Navajo-Hopi Indian land, hearing, 93rd Cong., 1st Sess., on H.R. 1193, Mar. 7, 1973, 433p, Wash., GPO, 1973 [3908/5F] National Indian goals and progress act, hearing, 93rd Cong., 1st Sess., on S. 1786, June 12, 1973, 78p, Wash.. GPO, 1973 [3905/1F] Establishment of the American Indian Policy Review Commission, hearings, 93rd Cong., 1st Sess., on S.J. Res. 133, July 19-20, 1973, 98p, Wash., GPO, 1973 [3882/2F] Indian Trust Counsel Authority, hearings, 93rd Cong., 1st Sess., May 7-8, 1973, 273p, Wash., GPO, 1973 [3902/3F] Financing the economic development of Indians & Indian organizations, hearing, 93rd Cong., 1st Sess., on S. 1341, etc., May 31, 1973, 149p, Wash., GPO, 1973 [3885/2F] Indian Claims Commission appropriations for fiscal 1974, hearing, 93 Cong., 1st Sess., on S. 721, Feb. 16, 1973, 124p, Wash., GPO, 1973 [3889/2F] Indian judgment funds distribution act of 1973, hearing, 93rd Cong., 2nd Sess., on S.1016, Apr. 13, 1973, 39p, Wash., GPO, 1973 [3895/1F] Indian self-determination & education program, hearings, 93rd Cong., 1st Sess., on S. 1017, etc., June 1 & 4, 1973, 286p, Wash., GPO, 1973 [3899/3F] Indian water rights, hearings, 93rd Cong., 2nd Sess., Mar. 25-26, 1974, 112p, Wash., GPO, 1974 [3903/2F] Indian land transfer, hearing, 93rd Cong., 2nd Sess., May 14, 1974, 116p, Wash., GPO, 1974 [3896/2F] Indian Claims Commission appropriations for fiscal year 1975, hearing, 93 Cong., 2nd Sess., on S. 3007, Mar. 26, 1974, 23p, Wash., GPO, 1974 [3890/1F] Indian Health Service recruitment problems, hearings, 93rd Cong., 1st Sess., Nov. 19-20, 1973, 167p, Wash., GPO, 1974 [3893/2F] Occupation of Wounded Knee, hearings, 93rd Cong., 1st Sess., June 16, 1973, Pine Ridge, S.D., June 17, 1973, Kyle, S.D., 506p, Wash., GPO, 1974 [3906/6F] The Pine Ridge Indian Reservation demonstration development act, hearing, 93rd Cong., 2nd Sess., on S. 3968, Sept. 24, 1974, 31p, Wash., GPO, 1974 [3909/1F] Bureau of Indian Affairs reduction in force, hearing, 93rd Cong., 2nd Sess., Aug. 23, 1974, 219p, Wash., GPO, 1975 [3911/3F] Submarginal lands & trust lands for certain Indian tribes, hearing, 94th Cong., 1st Sess., May 9, 1975, 141p, Wash., GPO, 1975 [3914/2F] Tribal judicial reform, hearing, 94th Cong., 1st Sess., Feb. 24, 1975, 65p, Wash., GPO, 1975 [3919/1F] Administration of the Johnson-O'Malley act, hearing, 93rd Cong., 2nd Sess., Dec. 11, 1974, 122p, Wash., GPO, 1975 [3876/2F] Indian Child Welfare Program, hearings, 93rd Cong., 2nd Sess., Apr. 8-9, 1974, iv+531p, Wash., GPO, 1975 [3887/6F] Indian Claims Commission appropriations for fiscal 1976, hearing, 94th Cong., 1st Sess., on S. 876, Apr. 18, 1975, 83p, Wash., GPO, 1975 [3891/1F] Indian law enforcement improvement act of 1975, hearings, 94th Cong., 1st Sess., on S. 2010, Pts. 1-2, Wash., GPO, 1975 [3897/9F] Log Button

Indian amendments to the Freedom of Information act, hearing, 94th Cong., 2nd Sess., on S. 2652, May 17, 1976, 165p, Wash., GPO, 1976 [3886/2F] Indian post secondary educational assistance act, hearing, 94th Cong., 2nd Sess., on S. 2634, Mar. 15, 1976, 591p, Wash., GOP, 1976 [3898/7F]

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Committee on Interior & Insular Affairs, Subcommittee on Irrigation & Reclamation: Navajo Indian irrigation project & San Juan Cham project, hearing, 87th Cong., 1st Sess., on S. 107, Mar. 15, 1961, 67p, Wash., GPO, 1961 [3862/1F]

Committee on Interior & Insular Affairs, Subcommittee on Public Lands:
Navajo Indian irrigation project, hearing, 91st Cong., 1st Sess., on S. 203, a bill to amend the act of June 13, 1962, 976 Stat. 96, July 15, 1969, 34p, Wash., GPO, 1969 [3923/1F] Klamath Indian Forest, hearing, 92nd Cong., 2nd Sess., on S. 3594, June 16, 1972, 21p, Wash., GPO, 1972 [3922/1F]

Committee on the Judiciary:
Report to accompany S. Bill No. 242 pursuant to a resolution of the Senate to inquire into the expediency of extending the criminal laws of the U.S. over the Indian territories, 11p, Wash., Ritchie & Heiss, print., 1846 [3940/1F] Report on the effect of the 14th amendment to the Constitution upon the Indian tribes of the country, 11p, Wash., GPO, 1870 [3939/1F] Constitutional rights of the American Indian, summary report of hearings and investigations pursuant to S. Res. 194, 89th Cong., 2nd sess., 24p, Wash., GPO, 1966 [3932/1F] Protecting the rights of the American Indian, report, 17p, Wash., GPO, 1967 [3937/1F] The Indian crimes act of 1975, report to accompany S. 2129, 7p, Wash., GPO, 1976 [3933/1F]

Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on Administrative Practice & Procedure:
A study of administrative conflicts of interest in the protection of Indian natural resources, 20p, Wash., GPO, 1971 [3944/1F] Federal protection of Indian resources, hearings, 92nd Cong., 1st Sess., v.1-7, Wash., GPO, 1972 [3941/23F] Log Button

Indian education accountability, hearings, 93rd Cong., 1st & 2nd Sess., Dec. 13, 1973 & Aug. 22, 1974, 288p, Wash., GPO, 1975 [3942/3F] Indian water rights, hearings, 94th Cong., 2nd Sess., June 22-23, 1976, 175p, Wash., GOP, 1977 [3943/2F]

Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on Constitutional Rights:
Constitutional rights of the American Indian, hearings, Pts. 1-4, Wash., GPO, 1962 [3952/12F] Log Button

Constitutional rights, 46p, Wash., GPO, 1962 [3948/1F] Constitutional rights, report, 17p, Wash., GPO, 1963 [3949/1F] Constitutional rights, report, 24p, Wash., GPO, 1964 [3954/1F] Constitutional rights, report, 28p, Wash., GPO, 1965 [3946/1F] Constitutional rights, report, 23p, Wash., GPO, 1966 [3947/1F] Constitutional rights, report, 43p, Wash., GPO, 1967 [3950/1F] Constitutional rights, report, 22p, Wash., GPO, 1968 [3951/1F] Amendments to the Indian Bill of Rights, hearing on title II of the Civil Rights Act of 1968, Apr. 11, 1969, Albuquerque, N.M., 124p, Wash., GPO, 1970 [3945/2F]

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Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee to Investigate Juvenile Delinquency:
Juvenile delinquency, Indians, hearings, 83rd Cong., 2nd Sess., pursuant to S. Res. 89, 455p, Wash., GPO, 1954 [3934/5F] Juvenile delinquency, Indians, hearings, 84th Cong., 1st Sess., pursuant to S. Res. 62, 479p, Wash., GPO, 1955 [3935/5F]

Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act & other Internal Security Laws:
Revolutionary activities within the U.S.; the American Indian Movement, hearings, 94th Cong., 2nd Sess., Apr. 6, 1976, 207p, Wash., GPO, 1976 [3957/3F]

Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on Criminal Laws & Procedures:
Reform of the Federal criminal laws, hearings, 1971-1979, 92nd thru 96th Cong., Pts. 1-9 & 11-15 of 15 parts, Wash., GPO, 1971-1979 {While most aspects of U.S. criminal law impinge in some way on Native Americans, the parts of this series which refer specifically to Native Americans are: Pt. 7, Codification, Indian law, etc., 5 microfiche; Pt. 9, General codification, Indian law, etc., 4 microfiche; and Pt. 12, Jurisdiction over lndian reservations, etc., 5 microfiche} [3955/119F] Log Button

Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, Subcommittee on Education:
Indian education, hearings, 90th Cong., 1st & 2nd Sess., Wash., GPO, 1969, 5 volumes [3927/26F] Log Button

Indian education, a national tragedy, a national challenge, 220p, Wash., GPO, 1969 [3926/3F]Indian education, hearings, 91st Cong., 1st Sess., v.1-2, Wash., GPO, 1969 [3982/18F] Log Button

Indian education act of 1971, report & supplemental views to accompany S. 2482, 74p, Wash., GPO, 1971 [3924/1F] Education amendments of 1971, hearings on S. 659, Apr. 28-29 & May 6, 1971, Pts. 1-5, Wash., GPO, 1971 [3925/35F] Log Button

Committee on Labor and Public Welfare,
Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower & Poverty:
Menominee County Aid, hearings, 89th Cong., 1st & 2nd Sess., Nov. 10-11, 1965 & Feb. 17, 1966, 333p, Wash., GPO, 1966 [3928/4F]

Committee on the Post Office & Civil Service,
Subcommittee on Compensation & Employee Benefits:
Effects of Indian preference on employees of Indian agencies, hearings, 94th Cong., 1st Sess., on S. 509 & 771, June 18-19, 1975, 253p, Wash., GPO, 1975 [3929/3F]

Committee on Public Lands, Subcommittee on Indian Affairs:
Klamath Indians, Oregon, hearings on S. 1222, Pts. 1-2, Wash., GPO, 1948 [3930/8F] Log Button

Select Committee on Affairs in Indian Territory:
Statements of the Hon. Ethan A. Hitchcock, Secretary of the Interior, Dec. 14 & 19, 1906 & Jan. 9.1907, 77p, Wash., GPO, 1907 [3959/1F]

Select Committee on Indian Affairs:
The Arkansas river bed rights of Cherokee, Choctaw, & Chickasaw Indian nations, hearing on S. 660, May 25, 1977, 242p, Wash., GPO, 1977 [3962/3F] Certain water rights claims of the Ak-Chin Indian Community, hearing on S. 1582, July 25, 1977, 50p, Wash., GPO, 1977 [3964/1F] Federal recognition of certain Indian tribes, hearing, 95th Cong., 1st Sess., on S. 661, Sept. 27, 1977, 106p, Wash., GPO, 1977 [3965/2F] Federally owned land in Nevada held in trust for the Paiute & Shoshone tribes of the Fallon Indian Reservation, hearing on S. 785, July 19, 1977, 43p, Wash., GPO, 1977 [3966/1F] College act, hearing, 95th Cong., 1st Sess., on S. 468 & 1215, July 28, 1977, 139p, Wash., GPO, 1977 [3967/2F] Indian child welfare act of 1977, hearing, 95th Cong., 1st Sess., on S. 1214, Aug. 4, 1977, 603p, Wash., GPO, 1977 [3970/7F] Indian self-determination & education assistance act implementation, hearings, 95th Cong., 1st Sess., June 7 & 24, 1977, 613p, Wash., GPO, 1977 [3971/7F] Mashpee lands, hearing, 95th Cong., 1st Sess., on S.J. Res. 86, Oct. 21, 1977, 72p, Wash., GPO, 1977 [3972/1F] Pueblo lands & Alaska native governing bodies, hearings, 62p, Wash., GPO, 1977 [3973/1F] Siletz Indian Tribe restoration, hearing, 95th Cong., 1st Sess., on S. 1560, July 13, 1977, 56p, Wash., GPO, 1977 [3975/1F] Statute of limitations extension for Indian claims, hearings on S. 1377, May 3 & 16, 1977, 130p, Wash., GPO, 1977 [3976/2F] Transfer of government lands to Indian tribes, hearing, May 18, 1977, 38p, Wash., GPO, 1977 [3977/1F] Umatilla Indian Reservation lands, hearing, 95th Cong., 1st Sess., July 5, 1977, 103p, Wash., GPO, 1977 [3979/2F] Water for five central Arizona Indian tribes, hearings on S. 905, May 23-24, 1977, 621p, Wash., GPO, 1977 [3980/7F] Indian Affairs Bureau organization, hearings, 355p, Wash., GPO, 1978 [3963/4F] Amending the Indian self-determination & education assistance act, hearings, 164p, Wash., GPO, 1978 [3960/2 F] Inclusion of native Hawaiians in certain Indian acts and programs, hearings, 574p, Wash., GPO, 1978 [3969/6F] Pueblo trust lands, hearings, 235p, Wash., GPO, 1978 [3974/3F] Tribal-State Compact Act of 1978, hearings, 388p, Wash., GPO, 1978 [3978/5F]

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Documents from Congressionally Affiliated Agencies
(Documents arranged alphabetically by agency, and within each agency by date of publication)

General Accounting Office:
Indian funds, letter from the Comptroller Gen. of the U.S. transmitting a report on the amount of funds of the Indians, the investment thereof, the rate of interest thereon, together with comments pertinent to the uses made of such funds, 122p, Wash., GPO, 1929 [4089/2F] Office of Investigations, report of study & investigation of the funds & securities of the several Indian tribes, including those of tribal organizations, pursuant to Sen. Res. 147, 82nd Cong., 203p, Wash., 1952 [4094/3F] Audit report to the Congress, administration of individual Indian moneys by Bureau of Indian Affairs, Dept. of the Int., Nov. 1955, by the Comptroller Gen. of the U.S., 2+43 leaves, Wash., 1956 [4087/1F] Civil Accounting & Auditing Division, report on a review of selected activities at certain locations of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Dept. of the Int., Aug., 1960, 33 leaves, Wash., 1961 [4093/1F] Impact of grants to Indian tribes under the Emergency employment act of 1971, Dept. of Labor, report to the Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, & Poverty, the Senate Committee on Labor & Public Welfare, by the Comp. Gen. of the U.S., 41p, Wash., 1973 [4088/1F] Information on Federal programs which benefit American Indians, report of the Comp. Gen. of the U.S., 30 leaves, Wash., U.S. Gen. Acct. Off., 1975 [4090/1F]

U.S. Library of Congress, Legislative Reference Service:
Synoptic survey of data on the survival of Indian & part-Indian blood in the eastern U.S., 39p, Wash., Lib. of Cong., 1947 [4148/1F] The education of American Indians, prepared for the Senate Committee on Labor & Public Welfare, Subcommittee on Indian Education, 2 vols. in 1, Wash., GPO, 1969 [4147/4F] Log Button

Federal government health, education & welfare programs of assistance to American Indians residing on federal reservations, with index, by Stephen A. Langone, 253p, Wash., Lib. of Cong., Cong. Res. Serv., 1970 [2371/3F] Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of 1971, P.L. 92-203, history & analysis, by Richard S. Jones, 100p, Wash., Cong. Res. Serv., Lib. of Cong., 1972 [2259/2F]

U.S. Executive Agency & Commission Documents
(After an initial section devoted to the Office of the President, the remaining materials are arranged alphabetically by agency, and within each agency by date of publication)

Office of The President: (In order of publication date) Message from President Andrew Johnson relating to the problems of American Indians, 11p [4200/1F] Message from President Chester A. Arthur transmitting a communication from the Sec. of the Int. in relation to the claim of the Cherokee Indians for certain lands placed at the disposal of the U.S. for the settlement of friendly Indians, 37p, Wash., n.p., 1882 [4199/1F] Message from the President of the U.S. transmitting a communication from the Sec. of the Int. with papers relative to the Chippewa Indians in Minnesota, 133p, Wash., 1887 [4030/2F] Executive orders relating to Indian reservations issued prior to Apr. 1, 1890, 99p, Wash., 1890 [4187/2F] Executive orders relating to Indian reservations, from May 14, 1855 to July 1, 1912, 266p, Wash., GPO, 1912 [4184/3F] Executive orders relating to Indian reservations, from July 1, 1912 to July 1, 1922, 80p, Wash., GPO, 1922 [4185/1F] Executive orders relating to Indian reservations, 1855-1922, 2 vols. in 1, Wilmington, Del., Scholarly Resources Reprint, 1975 [4186/4F] Log Button

American Indian Policy Review Commission (AIPRC):
Meetings of the AIPRC, Mar. 5, 1975 to1977, v.1-6, Wash., GPO [3427/20F] Log Button

Report on BIA management practices to the AIPRC, Sept., 1976, 69p, GPO, 1976 [3425/1F] Report on trust responsibilities & the Federal-Indian relationship, including treaty review, final report of Task Force One to the AIPRC, 315p, Wash., GPO, 1976 [3429/4F] Report on tribal government, final report of Task Force Two to the AIPRC, 365p, Wash., GPO, 1976 [3430/4F] Report on federal administration & the structure of Indian affairs, final report of Task Force Three to the AIPRC,232p, Wash., GPO, 1976 [3431/3F] Report on federal, state, & tribal jurisdiction, final report of Task Force Four to the AIPRC, 258p, Wash., GPO, 1976 [3432/3F] Report of Task Force Five on Indian education, 382p, Wash., GPO, 1976 [3433/5F] Report on Indian health, final report of Task Force Six to the AIPRC, 264p, Wash., GPO, 1976 [3434/3F] Report on reservation & resource development & protection, final report of Task Force Seven to the AIPRC, 214p, Wash., GPO, 1976 [3435/3F] Report on urban & rural non-reservation Indians, final report of Task Force Eight to the AIPRC, 144p, Wash., GPO, 1976 [3436/2F] Report on law consolidation, revision & codification, final report of Task Force Nine to the AIPRC, v.1-2, Wash., GPO, 1976-77 [3437/16F] Log Button

Report on terminated & non-federally recognized Indians, final report of Task Force Ten to the AIPRC, 1732p, Wash., GPO, 1976 [3438/18F] Report on alcohol & drug abuse, final report of Task Force Eleven to the AIPRC, 97p, Wash., GPO, 1976 [3439/2F] Report on Alaskan Native issues by the Special Joint Task Force of the AIPRC, 90p, Wash., GPO, 1976 [3428/1F] Tentative final report of the AIPRC, 1009p, Wash., GPO, 1977 [3440/11F] Final report of the AIPRC, v.1-2, Wash., GPO, 1977 [3426/17F] Log Button

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Board of Indian Commissioners:
Annual Reports, 1st to 64th, 1869-1933, all published (Lacking reports 1, 18 & 64) [3444/94F] Log Button

Report on the Menominee Indian Reservation, by Edward E. Ayer, member of the Board, 151p, Wash., 1914 [3449/2F] Some memoranda concerning American Indians, compiled by Malcolm McDowell, Board secretary, 20p, Wash., GPO, 1923 [3451/1F] Christian missions among the American Indians; a review of the history, progress, present distribution, & needs of the American Indian missions, with a foreword by Dr. Samuel A. Eliot, 1 vol., Wash., the Board, 1927 [3445/1F] Report of the Board on "The problem of Indian Administration," Jan. 10, 1929, 35 leaves, Wash., 1929 [3448/1F]

Bureau of the Census:
1970 census of population; American Indians, 192p, GPO, 1973 [3622/4F]

Bureau of Competition:
Staff report on mineral leasing on Indian lands, 110p, Wash., GPO, 1975 {i.e. 1976} [3453/2F]

Bureau of Efficiency:
Accounting system for the U.S. Indian Service, by Victor G. Croissant, et al., prepared under the direction of Herbert D. Brown, Bureau Chief, 190p, Wash., GPO, 1917 [3454/2F]

Commission on Civil Rights:
Justice; 1961 Commission report, Book 5, 307p, Wash., GPO, 1961 [3630/4F] Civil rights of American Indians, 11p, Wash., GPO, 1972 [3626/1F] Socioeconomic profile of American Indians in Arizona & New Mexico, staff report, 105p, Wash., the Commission, 1972 [3634/2F] The Southwest Indian report, 64p, Wash., GPO, 1973 (See note to following title) [3635/1F] The Southwest Indian report, 171p, Wash., GPO, 1973 (Despite the difference in pagination, this title appears to duplicate the text of the preceding, with that title apparently being the typed draft for this one) [3636/2F] Hearings on Indian concerns held in Albuquerque, N. M., Nov. 14-15, 1972, 966p, Wash., GPO, 1974 [3627/10F] Hearings on Indian concerns held in Phoenix, AZ, Nov. 17-18, 1972, 500p, Wash., GPO, 1974 [3628/6F] Hearings on Indian concerns held in Window Rock, AZ, Oct. 22-24, 1973, 2 vols. in 1, Wash., GPO, 1974 [3629/16F] Log Button

Report of an investigation; the Oglala Sioux Tribe general election, 1974, staff report, 28p, Wash., the Commission, 1974 [3632/1F] Maine Advisory Committee; federal & state services and the Maine Indian, a report, 108p, Wash., GPO, 1974 [3640/2F] Oklahoma State Advisory Committee; Indian civil rights issues in Oklahoma, a report, 138p, Wash., GPO, 1974 [3645/2F] Washington State Advisory Committee; report on Indian education in the State of Washington, 49p, Wash., GPO, 1974 [3646/1F] The Navajo Nation, an American colony, a report, 144p, Wash., the Commission, 1975 [3631/2F] Indiana Advisory Committee; Blighted hopes - slighted rights, a report, 82p, Wash., GPO, 1975 [3639/1F] Minnesota Advisory Committee; Twin Cities Native American community, a report, 102p, Wash., GPO, 1975 [3641/2F] New Mexico Advisory Committee; the Farmington report, a conflict of cultures, 171p, Wash., GPO, 1975 [3643/2F] New Mexico Advisory Committee; Indian employment in New Mexico state government, a report, 71p, Wash., GPO, 1975 [3644/1F] American Indian civil rights handbook; guide to rights & liberties under Federal law of native Americans living on and off reservations, 96p, Wash., GPO, 1976 [3625/2F] Arizona Advisory Committee; justice in Flagstaff, are these rights inalienable? a report, 78p, Wash., GPO, 1977 [3638/1F] Minnesota Advisory Committee; bridging the gap - a reassessment, a report, 25p, Wash., GPO, 1978 [3642/1F]

Commission on the Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government:
Report of the Indian Affairs Committee, Oct. 1948, 325p, Wash., 1948 [3649/7F] Social security & education, Indian affairs, a report to the Congress, March, 1949, 81p, Wash., GPO, 1949 [3648/1F]

Commission to the Five Civilized Tribes:
Denial of Indians to charges of the Dawes Commission, 40p, Wash., Gibson Bros., 1894 [3653/1F] Report of the Commission upon the request "whether the Mississippi Choctaws under their treaties are not entitled to all the rights of Choctaw annuities," required by the act of Congress approved June 7, 1897, 7p, Wash., GPO, 1898 [3656/1F] Letter from the Secretary of the Interior transmitting papers and copies of reports of the Commission relative to the allotment of lands in the Cherokee Nation to the Delaware Indians, Jan. 19, 1904, referred to the Select Committee on the Five Civilized Tribes of Indians and ordered to be printed with illustrations, 266p, Wash., GPO, 1904 [3652/4F]

Commission to Investigate the Affairs of the Red Cloud Indian Agency:
Report of the special commission, July, 1875; together with testimony and accompanying documents, 852p, Wash., GPO, 1875 [3650/10F]

Department Of Health, Education & Welfare, Office Of Education:
The Indian education act of 1972; answers to your questions, 10p, Wash., GPO, 1974 [4162/1F]

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Department of the Interior: (Multi-year titles in alphabetical order.)
Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 1837-1968, all published (Lacking a Pt. 2 for 1892, and reports for 1901-02, 1961-62 & 1964. Some of these may not have been published) [4163/504F] Log Button

Board of Indian Appeals Decisions, v. 1-8 only, 1970-1980 (Note that LLMC also offers this title in updated form as Title No. 82-203 in its regular catalog. Libraries wishing to receive updates beyond this partial run should contact LLMC) [4122/36F] Log Button

Chippewa Agricultural Lands, Minn., settlement and entry on land on Indian reservations and other documents issued by the General Land Off., Dept. of the Int., 21 numbers in 1 vol., Wash., 1896-1933, 21 nos. in 1 volume [1451/4F] Credit reports, 1944-1946, 1948, 1953, 1956, 1962-67, 1969-73, & 1975-76, Wash., GPO [3469/19F] Log Button

Digest of decisions in cases related to public lands (Indian matters included), Pts. 1 & 2, covering v.1-40 of the Decisions of the Department of the Interior, prepared by George J. Heselnian, 2+880p, Wash., GPO, 1913 [4005/10F] Index to Indian Decisions, compiled by the Office of Hearings & Appeals, Interior Board of Indian Appeals, 1972-1987, with periodic updates (Not included in the present collection. An earlier version of this title was titled Digest of Federal Indian Probate Law. A later expanded and regularly updated form of this title can be obtained on microfiche from LLMC as Title No. 87-304) Indian Estate Appeals, May 12, 1967 to Nov. 19, 1969, mimeo, Wash., the Department, n.d. [4011/5F] Unpublished "M" Decisions of the Office of the Solicitor of the Dept. of the Interior, 1964-1974, Wash., n.d. [4013/15F] Log Button

Reports of the Mine Inspector for Indian Territory, 1894-1908, 1 vol., Wash., n.p., n.d. [4057/19F]

Department of the Interior: (Single-year titles, 1869-1880) Letter from the Secretary transmitting estimates required to fulfill treaty stipulations with the Crow Indians, 9p, Wash., 1869 [3999/1F] Investigation into Indian affairs before the Committee on Appropriations of the House of Representatives, argument of Norton P. Chipman on behalf of the Hon. E.S. Parker, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 121p, Wash., Powell, Ginck & Co, printers, 1871 [1450/2F] Office copy of the laws, regulations, etc., of the Indian Bureau, 113p, Wash., GPO, 1874 [3522/2F] Letter from the Secretary in relation to an agreement with the Ute Indians in Colorado, Sept. 13, 1873, 5p, Wash., 1874 [4069/1F] Half-breed scrip, the correspondence & action under the 7th clause of the 2nd article of the treaty with the Chippewa Indians of Lake Superior & the Mississippi, concluded at La Pointe, in the state of Wisconsin, Sept. 30, 1984, including the report of the commission appointed by the Secretary of the Interior, Apr. 21, 1871, and the report of the commission appointed July 15, 1872, 331p, Wash., GPO, 1874 [3483/4F] Letter from the Secretary in relation to an agreement concluded Nov. 7, 1873, with the Bannack & other Indians in southern Idaho, 7p, Wash., 1874 [4000/1F] Letter from the Secretary of the Interior transmitting an agreement with the Jicarilla Apache & Ute Indians of New Mexico, 7p, Wash., GPO, 1874 [4016/1F] Report of Charles A. Wetmore, special U.S. Commissioner of Mission Indians of southern California, 17p, Wash., GPO, 1875 [4444/1F] Instructions to superintendents & Indian agents relative to purchasing supplies, accounting for public funds & property, etc., 108p, Wash., GPO, 1877 [3510/2F] Instructions to Indian agents relative to purchasing supplies, accounting for public funds & property, and all matters relative to the proper administration of their duties, revised, 231p, Wash., GPO, 1880 [3509/3F] Letter from the Secretary transmitting, in compliance with the Sen. Res. of Dec. 8. 1879, correspondence concerning the Ute Indians in Colorado, 272p, Wash., 1880 [4024/3F] Letter from the Secretary communicating, in compliance with the Sen. Res. of Dec. 8, 1879, information in relation to the number of mining camps located on the Ute Indian Reservation in Colorado, 98p, Wash., 1880 [4169/1F]

Department of the Interior, continued: (Single-year titles, 1881-1892) Letter from the Secretary, in response to the Sen. Res. of the 12th of March last calling for information concerning the alleged killing by soldiers, in the office of the agent of the Poncas in the Indian Territory, of Big Snake, a chief man of the Poncas, 15p, Wash., 1881 [4170/1F] Letter from the Secretary of the Interior transmitting, in response to the Sen. Res. of Dec. 15, 1882, a letter of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs of the 14th instant submitting a report dated the 12th instant, and its accompanying documents, on the claims of the Old Settler Cherokees, etc., 17p, Wash., 1882 [4172/1F] Letter from the Secretary transmitting a communication from the Attorney General and a report of the Commissioner of the General Land Office, also a report of Commissioner of Indian Affairs, in response to the Sen. Res. of Jan. 10, 1882 calling for information touching the opening for settlement under the pre-emption laws of the U.S. of part of the Ute Reservation in Colorado, 8p, Wash., 1882 [4021/1F] Letter from the Secretary transmitting a report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs relative to the amount appropriated Mar. 3, 1883 for the Cherokee Nation, and legislation to protect the rights of adopted citizens of said nation, 25p, Wash., GPO, 1884 [4173/1F] Letter from the Secretary transmitting, in compliance with the Sen. Res. of Dec. 6, 1883, a report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs submitting copies of Sioux agreements to cession of land to the U.S., with correspondence connected therewith, 69p, Wash., 1884 [4171/1F] Regulations of the Indian Department, with an appendix containing the forms used, rev. by the Indian Bureau, 270p, Wash., GPO, 1884 [3562/4F] Letter of the Secretary transmitting a report and papers relative to sale of lands allotted to certain Shawnee Indians, 254p, Wash., 1887 [4027/3F] Letter of the Secretary of the Interior to the President, with the report of the Puyallup Indian Commission plus exhibits, Feb. 6, 1892, 90p, Wash., 1892 [4205/2F] (Single-year titles, 1893-1898) Letter from the Secretary, in response to the Sen. Res. of June 1, 1892, transmitting certain papers and giving information relative to certain contracts made with Indians, and the relations of agents or attorneys to the same, 10+786p, Wash., GPO, 1893 [4020/9F] Regulations of the Indian Office, rev. by the Indian Office, 308p, Wash., GPO, 1894 [3565/4F] Letter from the Secretary transmitting a copy of an agreement with the Yakima Nation of Indians, and a draft of a bill to ratify the same, 41p, Wash., 1894 [4022/1F] Letter from the Secretary transmitting an agreement with the Nez Perce Tribe of Indians in Idaho, with the report of the commissioner appointed to negotiate, and a draft of a bill to confirm and ratify said agreement, 68p, Wash., 1894 [4023/1F] Letter from the Secretary, in response to the Sen. Res. of Jan. 4, 1894, transmitting a copy of a report from the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, with papers bearing upon the Sioux mixed blood question, together with correspondence had with the Attorney General in relation thereto, 160p, Wash., 1894 [4026/2F] Regulations of the Indian Office, with an appendix containing the forms used, publ. by authority of the Secretary of the Interior, 308p, Wash., GPO, 1894 [4176/4F] Letter from the Acting Secretary in response to the Sen. Res. of Dec. 13, 1894, transmitting information concerning the survey of the Klamath Indian Reservation in Oregon, etc., 21p, Wash., 1895 [4019/1F] Regulations governing mineral leases & other matters in the Choctaw & Chickasaw Nations in Indian Territory, prescribed by the Secretary under the provisions of the Agreement of Apr. 23, 1897, between the Commission to the Five Civilized Tribes and the said Choctaw & Chickasaw Nations, as ratified by the act of Congress of June 28, 1898 {30 Stat.495}, 15p, Wash., 1898 [4035/1F] Office of the Assistant Attorney General, Osage annuity roll contested cases, opinion of the Asst. A.G., Apr. 6, 1898, and a report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Dec. 29, 1897, and the opinion of the Asst. A.G., June 15, 1898, modifying his previous opinion, 74+6p, Wash., GPO, 1898 [4075/1F]

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Department of the Interior, continued: (Single-year titles, 1899-1904) Instructions to town-site commissioners of the Choctaw & Chickasaw Nations, 10p, Wash., GPO, 1899 [4015/1F] Kiowa, Comanche & Apache Indian Reservation; letter from the Secretary in response to the Sen. Res. of Jan. 13, 1899, pertaining thereto, 64p, Wash., 1899 [4017/1F] Letter from the Secretary transmitting, in response to the Sen.Res. of Jan. 6, 1899, copies of letters & accompanying enclosures from the Commissioner of the General Land Office and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs relating to the estimating of timber and the cutting of dead & fallen timber on the Chippewa Indian Reservation in Minnesota, 253p, Wash., 1899 [4003/4F] Payment of $400,000.00 by the Cherokee Nation on the account of the Cherokee Freedmen, letter from the Secretary transmitting information relative thereto, 47p, Wash., 1899 [4032/1F] Statistics of Indian tribes, Indian agencies, & Indian schools of every character, compiled under the direction of the Secretary, and corrected to Jan. 1, 1899, 172p, Wash., GPO, 1899 [4065/2F] Letter from the Secretary transmitting a copy of a communication from the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, together with copies of agreements with the Klamath Indians for relinquishment of part of their reservation, and the draft of a bill, 41p, Wash., 1900 [4018/1F] Amended rules for the conveyance of inherited Indian lands, 6p, Wash., 1902 [3457/1F] Letter from the Secretary transmitting records relating to an encounter between the Sioux Indians of the Pine Ridge Agency, S.D., and a sheriff's posse of Wyoming, 134p, Wash., 1904 [4006/2F] Regulations of the Indian Office, eff. Apr. 1, 1904, rev. by the Indian Office, 140p, Wash., GPO, 1904 [3563/3F] Letter from the Secretary transmitting documents in relation to the purchase of rights of settlers on Camp McDowell Reservation, Ariz., 34p, Wash., GPO, 1904 [4033/1F] Regulations prescribed by the Secretary permitting individual citizens of the Cherokee Nation, I.T., to extract minerals from their allotments, 2p, Wash., 1904 [4048/1F] Regulations of the Indian Office, eff. Apr. 1, 1904, published by authority of the Secretary of the Interior, rev. by the Indian Office, 140p, Wash., GPO, 1904 [4175/2F]

Department of the Interior, continued: (Single-year titles, 1905-1910) Amended rules governing the sales of allotted lands by the citizen Pottawatomie, absentee Shawnee, certain Wyandot, Peoria, Miami, & other allottees, 7p, Wash., Off. of Indian Affairs, 1905 [3458/1F] Revised regulations, Mar. 20, 1905, governing the sale & leasing of lands in the Creek Nation, I.T., 50p, Wash., 1905 [4059/1F] Revised regulations, Mar. 20, 1905 to May 22, 1906, governing the leasing of lands in the Cherokee Nation, I.T., 41p, Wash., 1906 [4060/1F] Revised leasing regulations, of June 11, 1907, governing the leasing of lands of members of the Five Civilized Tribes, 67p, Wash., 1907 [4058/1F] Regulations to be observed in the leasing of allotted lands of incompetent Indians of the Quapaw Agency, I.T., 6p, Wash., Off. of Indian Affairs, 1907 [3575/1F] Revised regulations, Apr. 20, 1908, governing the leasing of lands of members of the Five Civilized Tribes, 65p, Wash., 1908 [4061/1F] Additional regulations, June 20, 1908, 15p, Muskogee, Okla., 1908 [4040/1F] Regulations, June 20, 1908, governing the District Agents, the leasing of restricted lands, and the removal of restrictions on the Five Civilized Tribes, reissued Oct. 1, 1909, 11p, Wash., 1909 [4041/1F] Regulations for applications for tribal funds under the act of Mar. 2, 1907 {34 Stat. 1221}, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1909 [4034/1F] Rules & regulations for the Osage & Kaw lands, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1909 [4063/1F] Regulations governing the leasing of tribal lands for mining purposes, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1909 [3555/1F] Regulations governing the removal of restrictions on allotments on the Quapaw Agency, Okla., 4p, Wash., 1909 [3544/1F] Rules & regulations relating to the issuance of patents in fee & certificates of competency, and to the sale of allotted & inherited Indian lands, approved Oct. 12, 1910, 21p, Wash., GPO, 1910 [3592/1F]

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Department of the Interior, continued: (Single-year titles, 1911-1916) Address by the Hon. R.G. Valentine, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, to the employees & students of the Sherman Institute, Riverside, Calif., Nov. 1, 1911, 10p, Riverside, Student Press, 1911 [4361/1F] Regulations governing the use of vacant ceded Indian lands, 3p, Wash., 1912 [4038/1F] Regulations of Apr. 20, 1908, repromulgated June 20, 1908, and subsequent amendments, revised May 1, 1912, governing the leasing of lands and the removal of restrictions on members of the Five Civilized Tribes, 36p, Wash., 1912 [4039/1F] Regulations to govern the leasing of lands in the Osage Reservation, Okla., for oil and gas mining purposes, approved July 3, 1912, 22p, Wash., 1912 [3585/1F] Regulations governing the approval of wills of the Indians under the Act of Congress approved Feb. 14, 1913, 2p, Wash., 1913 [3545/1F] Regulations governing the handling of the money of individual Indians, 39p, Wash., GPO, 1913 [3532/1F] Regulations relating to the determination of heirs and the approval of wills, except for members of the Five Civilized Tribes & the Osage Indians, 11p, Wash., GPO, 1915 [3572/1F] Regulations to govern oil & gas operations on restricted Indian lands in Oklahoma, approved Oct. 20, 1915, 8p, Wash., GPO, 1915 [4049/1F] Report of the Secretary on the Harrison bill, H.R. 12586, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1915 [4053/1F] Rules & regulations for the Annette Islands Reserve, Alaska, and for the Metlakahtla Indians & other Alaskan natives, prescribed by the Secretary, Jan. 28, 1915, under provisions of an act of Mar. 3, 1891, 12p, Wash., GPO, 1915 [4062/1F] Regulations to govern the leasing of lands in the Osage Reservation, Okla., for oil & gas mining purposes, 24p, Wash., 1915 [3586/1F] Regulations for applications for tribal funds under the Act of Mar. 2, 1907{934 Stat. 1, 1221}, as amended by the Indian appropriation act approved on May 18, 1916, 3p, Wash., GPO, 1916 [3533/1F] Enrollment with the Five Civilized Tribes; report of Inspector James McLaughlin on bills for enrollment, July 2, 1914, 32p, Wash., GPO, 1916 [4007/1F] Regulations governing the leasing of lands and the removal of restrictions on members of the Five Civilized Tribes, with amendments, 52p, Wash., GPO, 1916 [3539/1F]

Department of the Interior, continued: (Single-year titles, 1917-1922) Regulations governing the sale of unallotted tribal lands and vacant forfeited town lots in the Creek Nation, 4p, Wash., GPO, 1917 [4036/1F] Regulations governing the leasing for lead & zinc mining operations of restricted lands of incompetent Indians in the Quapaw Agency, Okla., 19p, Wash., 1917 [3550/1F] Regulations for handling individual Indian money & special deposits, and for recording & reporting transactions therein, by all disbursing officers in the Indian Service, except for the Five Civilized Tribes, 15p, Wash., GPO, 1918 [3534/2F] Regulations governing the leasing of restricted allotted Indian lands for oil & gas mining purposes in the Kiowa Reservation, Okla., 11p, Wash., 1919 [3541/1F] Regulations to govern the leasing of lands in the Osage Reservation, Okla., for mining purposes, except oil & gas mining, 22p, Wash., Office of Indian Affairs, 1919 [3584/1F] Regulations to govern prospecting for & mining of metalliferous minerals on the allotted lands of Indian reservations, 12p, Wash., GPO, 1919 [4050/1F] Letter from the Acting Secretary transmitting pursuant to law a communication submitting a report done by the Secretary of War and the Secretary of the Interior as to the necessity for returning several tracts of land to the Nisqually Indians, 52p, Wash., GPO, 1920 [3997/1F] Regulations to govern the leasing of lands in the Crow Reservation, Mont., for mining purposes, 29p, Wash., Office of Indian Affairs, 1921 [3582/1F] Regulations governing the leasing of tribal lands for mining purposes, 9p, Wash., Office of Indian Affairs, 1921 [3556/1F] Progress of the Blackfeet, by Charles H. Burke, 4p, Wash., Office of Indian Affairs, 1922 [1279/1F] Rules & regulations relating to the issuance of patents in fee & certificates of competency, and for the sale of allotted & inherited Indian lands, except those belonging to the Five Civilized Tribes, approved May 1, 1922, 37p, Wash., GPO, 1922 [3593/1F] Regulations governing the leasing for lead & zinc mining operations and other purposes of restricted Indian lands in the Quapaw Agency, Okla., under section 26 of the Act of Congress approved Mar. 3, 1921 {41 Stat. 1. 1225-1248}, as amended Nov. 18, 1921, 20p, Wash., GPO, 1922 [3549/1F]

Department of the Interior, continued: (Single-year titles, 1923-1926) Regulations to govern the leasing of lands in the Osage Reservation, Okla., for oil & gas mining purposes, approved Mar. 7, 1923, 32p, Wash., Office of Indian Affairs, 1923 [3587/1F] Regulations relating to the determination of heirs & approval of wills, except for members of the Five Civilized Tribes & the Osage Indians, 12p, Wash., GPO, 1923 [3573/1F] Regulations governing the leasing of tribal lands for mining purposes, 26p, Wash., Office of Indian Affairs, 1924 [3557/1F] Committee of One Hundred on Indian Affairs; the Indian problem, resolution of the Committee appointed by the Secretary, and a review of the Indian problem, by Joseph E. Otis, presented by Mr. Snyder, Jan. 7, 1924, 49p, Wash., GPO, 1924 [4070/1F] Indian policies; comments on the resolutions of the Advisory Council on Indian Affairs, by Hubert Work, Secretary of the Interior, June, 1924, 16p, Wash., GPO, 1924 [4012/1F] Regulations to govern oil & gas operations on restricted Indian lands, 7p, Wash., Office of Indian Affairs, 1925 [3578/1F] Regulations governing the sale of the unallotted tribal lands & vacant forfeited town lots in the Choctaw, Chickasaw, Creek, Cherokee, & Seminole Nations, Okla., 4p, Wash., GPO, 1925 [4037/1F] Reply of the Hon. Charles H. Burke, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, to Congressman James A. Frear, and remarks of the Hon. William Williamson of So. Dak. in the House of Representatives, Apr. 23, 1926, 44p, Wash., GPO, 1926 [1280/1F]

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Department of the Interior, continued: (Single-year titles, 1926-1929) Regulations of the Department regarding the recognition of attorneys, 4p, Wash., Off. of Indian Affairs, 1926 [3561/1F] Regulations to govern mining operations on segregated coal & asphalt lands belonging to the Choctaw & Chickasaw Nations of Okla., 1 leave, Wash., Off. of Indian Affairs, 1926 [3577/1F] Regulations to govern oil & gas operations on restricted Indian lands, with the amendment of 1927, 9p, Wash., Office of Indian Affairs, 1927 [3579/1F] Regulations of the Indian Office; preservation of antiquities, 2p, Wash., Off. of Indian Affairs, 1927 [3567/1F] Regulations of the Indian Office; annuity & other per capita payments, 1 leave, Wash., Off. of Indian Affairs, 1928 [3566/1F] Regulations of the Indian Service, rations, 1 leave, Wash., Off. of Indian Affairs, 1928 [3569/1F] Report of the advisors on irrigation of Indian reservations, by Porter J. Preston, 3 looseleaf volumes, Wash., Dept. of the Int., 1928 [2967/11F] Log Button

Report of the Interior Dept. Committee on "The Problem of Indian Administration," 39p, Wash., 1928 [4052/1F] Regulations governing the granting of extensions of the time for certain mining leases of coal & asphalt lands, and for deposits in the segregated mineral area of the Choctaw & Chickasaw Nations, 5p, Wash., 1928 [3548/1F] Instructions & laws relative to the suppression of the traffic in intoxicants among the Indians, 6p, Wash., 1929 [4014/1F] Regulations to govern loans to old, disabled, or indigent Indians from the $50,000 made available for industrial assistance from Menominee funds by the appropriation act of 1929, 1 leave, n.p., n.d. [3576/1F] Regulations of the Indian Service governing pro rata shares, 3p, Wash., 1929 [3568/1F] Regulations of the Indian Service governing reimbursable appropriations, 12p, Wash., 1929 [3570/1F] Regulations of the Indian Service governing reservation roads, 1 leave, Wash., 1929 [3571/1F] Regulations of the Indian Office governing Indian Schools, 29p, Wash., 1929 [4042/1F] Regulations of the Indian Service governing the duties & conduct of superintendents & other employees, 7p, Wash., 1929 [4043/1F] Regulations of the Indian Service governing the handling of individual Indian moneys, 6p, Wash., 1929 [4044/1F] Regulations of the Indian Service governing lead & zinc mining operations & leases on the Quapaw Agency, 42p, Wash., 1929 [4045/1F] Regulations of the Indian Service governing licensed Indian traders, approved by the Secretary on June 29, 1927, 3p, Wash., 1929 [4046/1F] Regulations of the Indian Service governing livestock & grazing, 2p, Wash., 1929 [4047/1F]

Department of the Interior, continued: (Single-year titles, 1930-1933)
General data concerning Indian reservations, revised to June 30, 1929, prepared under the direction of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Oct. 15, 1929, 21p, Wash., GPO, 1930 [3478/1F] Regulations governing the sale of coal & asphalt deposits in the segregated mineral area of the Choctaw & Chickasaw Nations, 4p, Wash., Office of Indian Affairs, 1931 [3560/1F] Report of H.J. Hagerman, special commissioner to negotiate with the Indians on the status of Navajo Indian Reservation land acquisitions & extensions, with specific recommendations for the outside boundaries of the reservation and of certain additional areas to be acquired for the Indians outside the reservation, 152p, Wash., GPO, 1932 [3519/2F] Regulations for the distribution of funds appropriated by the Act of Apr. 22, 1932, in aid of the common schools in Okla., fiscal year 1933, 3p, Wash., 1932 [3535/1F] Regulations governing the leasing of the segregated coal & asphalt deposits in the Choctaw & Chickasaw Nations in Okla., 7p, Wash., 1932 [3554/1F] Regulations to govern the leasing of lands in the Osage Reservation of Oklahoma for oil & gas mining purposes, approved July 12, 1932, 32p, Wash., n.d. [3588/1F] Indian administration since July 1, 1929, 61 leaves, Wash., 1933 [3491/1F] Report of the Conservation Advisory Committee established for the Navajo Reservation, 10 leaves, Wash., 1933 [4179/1F]

Department of the Interior, continued: (Single-year titles, 1934-1935)
Meeting of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, the Hon. John Collier, with the Indians of western Oklahoma at Anadarko, Okla., Mar. 20, 1934, for the purpose of discussing the Wheeler-Howard bill, 65 leaves Wash., n.d. [3516/1F] Minutes of the meeting held at Miami, Okla., Mar. 24, 1934, to discuss the Wheeler Howard bill with the Indians of the Quapaw & Osage jurisdictions, 93 leaves, Wash., n.d. [3517/1F] Proceedings of the conference held at Chemawa, OR., Apr. 8-9, 1934, to discuss with the Indians the Wheeler-Howard bill, 89 leaves, Wash., n.d. [3526/1F] Proceedings of the conference for the Indians of southern California, held at Riverside, CA, Mar. 17-18, 1934, to discuss the Wheeler-Howard Indian bill, 69 leaves, Wash., n.d. [3527/1F] Proceedings of the conference for the Indians of the Five Civilized Tribes of Oklahoma, held at Muskogee, Okla., Mar. 22, 1934, to discuss the Wheeler-Howard Indian bill, 70 leaves, Wash., n.d. [3528/1F] Hearing before the Acting Solicitor of the Dept. of the Int. regarding the request for an extension of the contract for the services of attorneys to prosecute claims of the Ute Indians against the U.S., June 18, 1934, 104 leaves, Wash., 1934? [4211/2F] Powers of Indian tribes, prepared by the Office of the Solicitor, Oct. 25, 1934, 2+89 leaves, Wash., 1934? [4216/2F] Letter of William Zimmerman, Jr., Oct. 17. 1935, Wash., DC, to Lewis W. Page, Superintendent of the Unitah & Ouray Agency; instructions regarding the disbursement of Ute Forest funds for the needs of the Indians, 3p, Wash., 1935 [4532/1F] Handbook of Indian land policy and manual of procedures, 30p, Wash. (the latest date mentioned in the text is Feb., 1935) [3485/1F] Memorandum on the power of the Secretary to make regulations governing the conduct of Indians, prepared by the Office of the Solicitor, 9 leaves, Wash., 1935 [4214/1F] Regulations relating to the determination of heirs and the approval of wills, except for members of the Five Civilized Tribes and the Osage Indians, approved May 31, 1935, 15p, Wash., GPO, 1935 [4177/1F]

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Department of the Interior, continued: (Single-year titles, 1935-1937)
Law & order regulations approved by the Secretary, Nov. 27, 1935, 41 leaves, Wash., 1935 [3513/1F] Regulations relating to the determination of heirs and the approval of wills, except for members of the Five Civilized Tribes and the Osage Indians, approved May 31, 1935, 15p, Wash., GPO, 1935 [3574/1F] Regulations governing the creation of trusts involving restricted property of Indians of the Five Civilized Tribes in Oklahoma, approved June 2, 1933, amended Mar. 19, 1935, 20p, Wash., GPO, 1935 [3547/2F] Regulations governing loans to Indian-chartered corporations from the revolving fund for loans to Indian corporations, 8 leaves, Wash., 1936 [3542/1F] Regulations governing the leasing of restricted lands of the Indians of the Five Civilized Tribes for agricultural & grazing purposes, 6p, Wash., GPO, 1936 [3540/1F] Special regulations governing the conduct of trade within the Navajo, Zuni, & Hopi Indian reservations in Arizona & New Mexico, 5 leaves, Wash., 1937 [4064/1F] Notes for Hopi administrators, by Oliver La Farge, 35 leaves, Wash., Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1937 [2349/1F] The progress of Indian affairs from 1933 to 1936, 161 leaves, plus appendices I-IV., Wash., 1937 [3529/6F] Log Button

Establishment of roadless & wild areas on Indian reservations, 16 leaves, Wash., 1937 [3474/1F]

Department of the Interior, continued: (Single-year titles, 1938-1939)
A brief statement on the background of present-day Indian policy in the United States, prepared at the request of the U.S. Dept. of State for the use of the American delegation at the Eighth International Conference of American States, at Lima, Peru, Dec. 9, 1938, 9 leaves, Wash., 1938 [3467/1F] Regulations to govern the leasing of lands in the Crow Reservation, Mont., for mining purposes, 13p, Wash., Office of Indian Affairs, 1938 [3583/1F] Regulations governing the leasing of tribal lands for mining purposes, not applicable to the Crow Reservation, Mont., or to the ceded part of the Wind River Reservation, Wyo., or to any reservation covered by special regulations, 15p, Wash., GPO, 1938 [3559/1F] Miscellaneous regulations of the Indian Office, 1887-1838, v.1-3, Wash., GPO, 1938 [3564/23F] Log Button

Regulations governing health facilities & personnel, 12 leaves, Wash., 1938 [3536/1F] Regulations governing attorney contracts, 1938 [3543/1F] Regulations governing the leasing of Indian lands within the ceded portion of the Wind River Indian Reservation, Wyo., for oil & gas purposes, 12 leaves, Wash., 1938 [3551/1F] Regulations governing the leasing of restricted lands belonging to members of the Five Civilized Tribes of Indians in Oklahoma for mining purposes, 22p, Wash., GPO, 1938 [3553/1F] Why a department of conservation? letter from the Secretary of the Interior to the U.S. Senate, 13p, Wash., GPO, 1938 [3798/1F] Proceedings of the Conference of Indian Field Service Employees, Denver, CO, Apr. 3-7,1939, 36+1 leaves, n.p., 1939? [1566/1F]

Department of the Interior, continued: (Single-year titles, 1940-1943)
Handbook of Federal Indian Law; preliminary draft, prepared in the Office of the Solicitor by Felix S. Cohen, v.1-13, Wash., the Office, 1940 [4209/89F] Log Button

Pueblo Indian land status, a report prepared by the Land Division, United Pueblo Agency, Albuquerque, N.M., 1 vol., n.p., 1940 [3619/1F] Manual of Indian credit regulations & instructions, Part 1, "Provisions governing loans to and by Indian chartered corporations and unincorporated tribes," 1 volume, Wash., 1940 [3514/2F] Mobilization of Indian Service and Indian resources for national defense, 22 leaves, Wash., 1940 [3518/1F] The northern Paiute Indians of California & Nevada, by Ruth M. Underhill, 78p, Wash., Education Division of the Office of Indian Affairs, 1941 [3418/1F] Accounting practices of organized tribal councils, by George E. Fox, 51p, Wash., Office of Indian Affairs, 1942 [1865/1F] Indian tribes which are under constitutions & charters, 13 pages of tables, Wash., 1942 [3503/1F] Handbook of Federal Indian Law, with reference table and index, by Felix S. Cohen, foreword by Harold I. Ickes, introduction by Nathan R. Margold, prepared in the Office of the Solicitor, 455+457+662p, Wash., GPO, 1942 [4210/8F] Manual for the Indian School Service, approved by the Secretary of the Interior, July 1, 1941, 144p, Wash., Dept. of the Int., Education Division, 1942 [4180/2F] Manual of instructions for special & deputy special officers and Indian police, 77p, Chilocco, OK, U.S. Indian Service, 1943 [3515/1F]

Department of the Interior, continued: (Single-year titles, 1944-1947) Hearings upon the claims of natives of Alaska pursuant to the provisions of section 201.21b of the regulations for protection of the commercial fisheries of Alaska, 1944, and the petition of Indians of Klawock & Kake, Alaska, and transcript of proceedings, v.1-15, Seattle, E.E. Lescher, 1944 [4010/65F] Log Button

Sioux personal property claims, v.1-2, Chicago, Dept. of Int., Off. of Indian Affairs, 1944 [3189/7F] Log Button

The Five Civilized Tribes Agency; proposed plan for Five Civilized Tribes jurisdiction, 1945 to 1954, by A.M. Landman, 90p, Muskogee, Okla., 1944 [3608/1F] Mescalero Apache; Mescalero Indian Agency program, Mar., 1944, R.D. Holtz, Superintendent, Mescalero, N. M., 87+1 leaves, n.p., 1944 [3611/2F] Meeting, Dec. 16, 1946, for the purpose of obtaining the views of the three affiliated tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation on the lieu lands offered by the Secretary of War, 46 leaves, Wash., 1946 [4028/1F] Indian service manual, Nov. 15, 1945, 1 volume, Chicago, Off. of Indian Affairs, 1946 [3501/8F] Indians in the war, 54p, Chicago, Dept. of the Int., Off. of Indian Affairs, 1946 [3505/1F] Report of the hearing officer on native reservations at Klukwan & Barrow, Alaska, 2+11+10 leaves, Wash., Dept. of the Int., Div. of Territories & Island Possessions, 1946 [4072/1F] Transcripts of the hearing on a proposed Kobuk, Alaska, native reservation, held at Nome, Alaska, Aug. 18, 1947, 17+1 leaves, Wash., Dept. of the Int., Div. of Territories & Island Possessions, 1947 [4073/1F]

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Department of the Interior, continued: (Single-year titles, 1947-1953)
Hearings on the proposed native reservation for the inhabitants of the Village of Shungnak, held at Kotzebue & Shungnak, Alaska, Aug. 18-19, 1947, 123 leaves, Wash., Dept. of the Int., Div. of Territories & Island Possessions, 1947 [4071/2F] The Hopi crises; a report to administrators, by Laura Thompson, 302 leaves, Lawrence, KS, Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1947? [3356/7F] Proceedings of the 2nd Conference of Regional Counsels of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Wash., 1948, 26 leaves, Wash., n.p., 1948 [1567/1F] Proceedings of the 3rd Conference of Field Counsels of the Indian Bureau, Wash., 1949, 212p, Wash., Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1949 [1565/3F] Report to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs on Navajo trading, by Morris S. Burge, April 1949, 23+9p, Wash., n.p., 1949 [1277/1F] Water rights and Indian lands; the Standing Rock Indian Reservation, S.D., in its relation to the Grand River irrigation unit of the Missouri River Basin development plan, by Walter J. Turnbull, 1 volume, Billings, MT, Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1949 [3395/2F] Missouri River Basin Investigations; ownership status of restricted, allotted, & tribal Indian lands on the Standing Rock Reservation, and on & off the Cheyenne River Reservation within the Oaha Dam & Reservoir project area, N.D. & S.D., 6 leaves, Billings, MT, n.p., 1949 [3613/1 F] The trouble at Round Rock, by Left Handed Mexican Clansman, 46p, Lawrence, KS, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Division of Education, Haskell Press, 1952 [2394/1F] A general review of the credit policies & procedures of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, with recommendations, a report to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, by William A. Schoenfeld, 145p, Corvallis, OR, 1953 [3126/3F] Indian Bureau comments on an article by Felix S. Cohen, "Erosion of Indian Rights, 1950-1953, a case study in bureaucracy"; unpaginated volume prepared in the Office of the Commissioner, Wash., 1953? [3494/4F]

Department of the Interior, continued: (Single-year titles, 1954-1962)
Survey report on the Bureau of Indian Affairs, printed for the use of the Committee on Interior & Insular Affairs, 53p, Wash., GPO, 1954 [4066/1F] Text of an Interior Department report on proposed legislation providing for the termination of Federal supervision over Indians in California, as contained in Executive communication No. 1139, 8p, Wash., GPO, 1954 [4067/1F] "Future prospects in Indian affairs"; an address by Glen L. Emmons, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, before the annual meeting of the Indian Rights Association, Philadelphia, Jan. 21, 1954, 18 leaves, Wash., Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1954 [1781/1F] "The job ahead in Indian administration"; an address by Glen L. Emmons, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, before a seminar at the Intertribal Indian ceremony, Gallup, N.M., Aug. 13, 1954, 17 leaves, Wash., Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1954 [1782/1F] "The outlook for the American Indian"; an address by Glen L. Emmons, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, before the annual meeting of the Association on American Indian Affairs, New York City, May 5, 1954, 11 leaves, Wash., Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1954 [1783/1F] "The American Indian - yesterday, today & tomorrow"; an address by Glen L. Emmons, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, at the Triennial Conf. of the National Fellowship of Indian Workers, Estes Park, Colo., July 11, 1955, 11 leaves, n.p., 1955 [1780/1F] Ogala Sioux; trust land heirship problems, Pine Ridge Reservation, a report by William A. Schoenfeld to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, July 1, 1955, 13+25p, plus appendices, Wash., 1955 (Retyped in part by LLMC due to the unfilmability of the original) [3125/2F] Federal Indian law, prepared in the Office of the Solicitor, 1106p, Wash., GPO, 1958 [4206/12F] Orienting new employees in the Branch of Education, rev. ed., 40p, Chilocco, Okla., Bureau of Indian Affairs, Branch of Ed., 1959 [3601/1F] The U.S. Indian population & land, 1960, 32p, Wash., Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1960 [3598/1F] The Navajo Yearbook, compiled with articles by Robert W. Young, 609p, Window Rock, AZ, Navajo Agency, 1961 [3520/7F] Indian tribal governing bodies, rev. Jan. 1961, 13 leaves, Wash., 1961 [3502/1F] Doorway toward the light; the story of the special Navajo education program, by L. Madison Coombs, education specialist, 174p, Wash., 1962 [3473/2F] Report to the Secretary of the Interior by the Task Force on Alaska Native Affairs, Dec. 28, 1962, 109p, Wash.? GPO, 1962? [4222/2F]

Department of the Interior, continued: (Single-year titles, 1963-1972) Scholarships for American Indian youth, by Amanda H. Finley, 46p, Wash., Bureau of Indian Affairs, Branch of Education, 1963 [3594/1F] Office of Tribal Operations, tribal operations, orientation materials, v.1-3 & 5-7, Wash., the Office, 1963 [3616/8F] Log Button

Feasibility of establishing boys' & girls' camps on Indian reservations, prepared by the Systems Analysis & Research Corp., 146p, Wash., Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1964 or 1965 [3309/2F] American Indians & the Federal Government, 26p, Wash., GPO, 1965 [3460/1F] Governing bodies of Indian groups under federal supervision, 13p, Wash., n.p., 1965 [3481/1F] The Indian industrial development program, a new industrial opportunity, 12p, Wash., GPO, 1965 [3496/1F] Indian and Eskimo children, n.a., 48p, Wash., GPO, 1966 [3493/1F] Indians of.... {Separate studies for Arizona, Arkansas, California, Central Plains, the Dakotas, the Eastern Seaboard, the Great Lakes, the Gulf Coast, the Lower Plateau, Montana & Wyoming, New Mexico, Oklahoma, the Northwest, and North Carolina}, Wash., GPO, 1966 [3506/14F] Federal Indian Programs; a report to the Senate Committee on Interior & Insular Affairs, by Robert L. Bennett, 9p, Wash., Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1966 [1192/1F] Governing bodies of Indian groups under federal supervision, 20p, Wash., Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1966 [3482/1 F] Famous Indians; a collection of short biographies, n.a., 47p, Wash., GPO, 1966 [3475/1F] Indian affairs; a progress report from the Commissioner of Indian Affairs (an annual), Wash., GPO, 1964-1968 [3492/5F] Log Button

American Indians and their Federal relationship, plus a partial listing of other U.S. Indian groups, 38p, Wash., GPO, 1972 [3461/1F]

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Department of the Interior, continued: (Single-year titles, 1972-1974)
Office of Survey and Review, Audit Operations, review of contract no. K99Cl4200202, University of New Mexico School of Law, Albuquerque, The American Indian Lawyer Program, 10 leaves, Wash., Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1972 [4074/1F] Statistics concerning Indian education for the years 1958, 1962-1965, & 1971-1972, 1 volume, Wash., Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1972 [3596/7F] Log Button

Digest of Federal Indian Probate Law, prepared in the Office of the Board of Indian Appeals, 157p, Arlington, VA, the Office, 1972 (Subsequent to its inclusion in this collection, this title was completely revamped and became the Index to Indian Decisions, a regularly updated title which is offered separately by LLMC as title No. 87-304) [4123/3F] Governing bodies of federally recognized Indian groups excluding Alaska, 32p, Wash.? Bureau of Indian Affairs? 1973 [3479/1F] Indian education; steps to progress in the 1970s, 2+60p, Wash., GPO, 1973 [3495/2F] A recommendation for implementation of policies and programs, 25 leaves, Wash., the Bureau, 1973 [3530/1F] Indian criminal justice program display, prepared by the Division of Law Enforcement Services, July 1974, 37 leaves, Wash., the Division, 1974 [3605/1F] Division of Tribal Government Services, memorandum on the status of Indian claims cases, June 30, 1974, 50 leaves, Wash., Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1974 [3609/2F] Federal Indian Policies from the colonial period through the early 1970s, 23p, Wash., Bureau of Indian Affairs, GPO, 1974 [3476/1F] The American Indian; answers to 101 questions, 60p, Wash., Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1974 [3459/1F]

Department of the Interior, continued: (Single-year titles, 1975-1977) A model code to govern the administration of justice by courts of Indian offenses on Indian reservations, draft prepared by the Office of the Solicitor, 112 leaves, Wash.? the Office, 1975 [4215/2F] Governing bodies of federally recognized Indian groups excluding Alaska, 32p, Wash., Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1975 [3480/1F] Indian reservation criminal justice, task force analysis, Division of Law Enforcement Services, 1974-1975, 135p, Wash., the Division, 1975 [3606/2F] Indian law enforcement history, prepared by the Division of Law Enforcement Services, 77p, Wash., the Division, 1975 [3607/1F] Historical background for modern Indian law & order, compiled by Robert Young, Division of Law Enforcement Services, 27p, Wash., GPO, 1975 [3604/1F] Handbook for decision makers on Title I of the Indian self-determination & education assistance act, revised, 67p, Wash., Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1976 [3484/1F] Annual law enforcement services report, 58p, Wash., Bureau of Indian Affairs, Division of Law Enforcement Services, 1976 [3602/2F] Report on the purchase of Indian land under section 5 of the Indian reorganization act, from the construction appropriation since 1951, and under section 1 of the Oklahoma Indian welfare act, plus a section on acres of Indian land in trust, 1934-1975, by Theodore W. Taylor, 119p, Wash., Dept. of the Int., 1976 [3322/3F] Procedural guidelines on 25 CFR 271, the Indian self-determination & education assistance act, rev. April 1977, 221p, Wash., Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1977 [3525/3F] The Vekol Hills Project, Papago Indian Reservation, Pinal County, Ariz., prepared by The Phoenix Area Office of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, 227+28p, Wash., GPO, 1977 [3617/3F]

Economic Development Administration:
Federal & state Indian reservations, an EDA handbook, 416p, Wash., GPO, 1971 [4082/6F] Indian economic development; an evaluation of the EDA's selected Indian reservation program, 5 leaves, Wash., EDA, Boise Cascade Center for Community Development, 1972 [1232/1F] " Single volume title, no log needed."

Federal Field Committee For Development Planning in Alaska:
Alaska natives and the land, Anchorage, Alaska, 565p, Wash., GPO, 1968 [4083/12F]

Federal Trade Commission, Bureau of Competition:
Staff report on mineral leasing on Indian lands, 110p, Wash., GPO, 1975 [4084/2F]

Forest Service:
Court cases related to the administration of the range resource on lands administered by the Forest Service, 121p, Wash., GPO, 1964 [4085/2F]

General Land Office: Ceded Chippewa pine lands, Red Lake Reservation, Minn., instructions, minutes of examinations, & schedule of appraisements, act of Jan. 14, 1889 {25 Stat. 642}, as amended by an act of Feb. 26, 1896, approved Apr. 24, 1896, 135p, Wash., GPO, 1896 [4095/2F] Ceded Chippewa pine lands; sale of timber at Cass Lake, Minn., approved June 23, 1910, 84p, Wash., GPO, 1910 [4096/1F] Ceded Chippewa pine lands; sale of timber at Cass Lake, Minn., approved on July 8, 37p, Wash., GPO, 1911 [4097/1F] Ceded Chippewa pine lands; sale of timber at Cass Lake, Minn., approved Apr. 14, 1913, 16p [4098/1 F] Ceded Chippewa pine lands; sale of timber at Cass Lake, Minn., approved Oct. 11, 16p, Wash., GPO, 1916 [4099/1F] Regulations for Indian allotments on the public domain under section 4 of the act of Feb., 1887, as amended 1910, approved Apr. 15, 1918, 24p, Wash., GPO, n.d. [4100/1F] Regulations governing Indian allotments on the public domain under section 4 of the Act of Feb. 8, 1887 {24 Stat. 388}, as amended by the act of Feb. 28, 1891 {26 Stat. 794}, and as further amended by the Act of June 25, 1910 {36 Stat. 855}, approved Apr. 15, 1918, revised Feb. 1, 1926, 18p, Wash., GPO, 1928 [4101/1F]

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Health Services & Mental Health Administration:
The Indian health program of the U.S. Public Health Service, 28p, Wash., n.p., 1969 [4103/1F]

Indian Claims Commission:
General rules of procedure, promulgated July 4, 1947, 29p, Wash., GPO, 1947 [4115/1F] General rules of procedure, 31p, Wash.? n.p., n.d. [4114/1F] Commission findings on the Coast Salish & western Washington Indians, 660p, N.Y., Garland Pub. Inc., 1974 [4106/8F] Commission findings on the north central & northeastern Indians, v.1-3, N.Y., Garland Pub. Inc., 1974 [4107/13F] Log Button

Commission findings on the Chippewa Indians, 548p, N.Y., Garland Pub. Inc., 1974 [4108/6F] Commission findings on the Pueblo Indians, 403p, N.Y., Garland Pub. Inc., 1974 [4109/5F] Commission findings on the Sioux Indians, 360p, N.Y., Garland Pub. Inc., 1974 [4110/4F] Transcript of hearings on the Kiowa, Commanche, & Apache Tribes of Indians versus the U.S., v.1-2, N.Y., Garland Pub. Inc., 1974 [4118/6F] Log Button

Annual Reports, 1968-1977 & Final Report covering 1946-1978, all published [4104/13F] Log Button

Indian Claims Commission Decisions, v.1-43 in 63 books, 1948-1978, all published [4105/485F] Log Button

Indian Peace Commission:
Message from the President of the U.S. transmitting a report of the Indian peace commissioners, 23p, Wash., GPO, 1868 [4120/1F] Proceedings of the Great Peace Commission of 1867-1868, with an introduction by Vine Delonia, Jr. & Raymond DeMallie, 176p, Wash., Institute for the Development of Indian Law, 1975 [4119/2F]

Maternal & Child Health Service:
Health of the American Indian; a report of a regional task force, Rockville, Md., 31p, Wash., GPO, 1973 [4149/1F]

National Advisory Council On Indian Education:
First annual report to the Congress of the United States, 1973/74, Part 2, "Recommendations & Exhibits," Wash., the Council, 1974 [4150/6F]

National Council On Indian Opportunity:
Transcript of regional hearings on the President's Indian message, July 8, 1970, and on the attendant legislative package, v.1-4, Wash., the Council, 1970 [4157/9F] Log Button

Public Health Service:
The Indian Health Program {Public Health Service Publication No. 1026}, n.a., 27p, Wash., GPO, 1963

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Superintendent For The Five Civilized Tribes:
Annual reports, 1893-1900 & 1913-1920, Wash., GPO [4220/28F] Log Button

Superintendent Of Indian Schools:
Annual reports, 1883-1885, 1887, 1889-1909, Wash., GPO [4221/30F] Log Button

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Judicial Materials, State & Federal
(Arranged alphabetically by main entry or subject)

Barnett, Jackson - Depositions taken in a suit to determine the heirs of Jackson Barnett, a Muskogee, 1 volume, n.p., 1934-1936? [1162/2F]

Butte, George C. F. - Recent important decision of the Supreme Court of Oklahoma on oil & gas leases on the lands of minors, 1 volume, Muskogee, Okla., n.p., 1910? [1287/1F]

Chambers, Reld Peyton - The Black Mesa Case study & related cases with supplement, 120p, Los Angeles, UCLA School of Law, 1971 [1363/2F]

Consolidated Wounded Knee Cases - Transcript of the trial on the motion by the defendants to dismiss for want of jurisdiction, v.1-3, Boulder, Colo., Native American Rights Fund, n.d. [1572/20F] Log Button

Cases from the Indian Territory & Oklahoma - Digest of the reported decisions of all the courts of Oklahoma and the Indian Territory down to 1808, compiled under the American digest classification system, v.1-2, St. Paul, West Publishing Company, 1908 [1710/25F] Log Button

Dawes Commission - Denial of Indians to the charges of the Dawes Commission, witnesses, Judge I.C. Parker, district court of the western district of Arkansas, Judge C.G. Stuart, district court, Indian Territory, by G.M. McCain, staff correspondent, Philadelphia Press, 40p, Wash., Gibson Bros., 1894 [2966/1F]

France Floyd L. - Litigation involving Indian tribal & state jurisdiction, 13 leaves, n.p., 1975, [1866/1F]; Recent developments in Indian civil litigation, 57 leaves, n.p., 1975 [1867/1F]

Grady, John M. - Brief of John M. Grady, Appellant, vs. Charles Newman, appellee, in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Indian Territory, Jan. term, 1897, reprint, Vinita. I.T., n.p., n.d. [1943/1F]

Kartus, Sidney - Report to the Arizona Legislative Council on the trial sessions of the case Ariz. vs. Calif., including the Calif. affirmative case & beginning the case of the U.S. for the Indian tribes, before the Special Master, the Hon. Simon H. Rifkind, at San Francisco, Calif., submitted by Sidney Kartus, observer for the Ariz. Legis. Coun., Nov. 15, 1957, 58 leaves, Phoenix, 1957 [2281/2F]

Leahy, T.J. - Brief & argument on the right of the Osage allotees & purchasers of land under the Osage allotment bill after the expiration of the present mineral trust, Dec., 1920, 14p, Tulsa, Okla., Osage Oil & Gas Assn., 1920 [2388/1F]

Mott, M.L. - The act of May 27, 1908, placing in the probate courts of Oklahoma Indian jurisdiction, a national blunder, compiled & presented by M.L. Mott, national attorney for the Creek Tribe of Indians in Oklahoma, 77p, Wash.?, 1925 [2635/1F]

Murchison, Kenneth S. - Digest of decisions relating to Indian affairs, compiled by Kenneth S. Murchison in 2 volumes, Volume 1-Judicial, 667p, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Wash., GPO, 1901 [3471/7F]

Osage Indian Mineral Rights - Decision rendered on June 27, 1932, by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit, holding that the title to the minerals in Osage County, Okla., is vested in the Osage Tribe of Indians, prepared by George V. Labadie, 1 volume, n.p., Feb. 11, 1956 [3988/F]

Parker, Issac C. - Decision of Judge I.C. Parker on the status of lands in the Indian Territory, 12p, Wash., Interior Dept., Branch Printing Office, 1882 [2916/1F]

Peters, Richard - The case of the Cherokee Nation against the state of Georgia, argued & determined at the Supreme Court of the U.S., Jan. term, 1831, with an appendix containing the opinion of Chancellor Kent on the case, the treaties between the U.S. and the Cherokee Indians, the act of Congress of 1802, by R. Peters, 286p, Philadelphia, J.Grigg, 1831 [2944/4F]

Smith, Archilla - Indian justice, Cherokee murder trial of Archilla Smith at Tahlequah in 1840, as reported by John H. Payne, 112p, Okla. City, Okla., Harlow Publ. Co., 1934 [3205/2F]

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U.S. State Documents

Multi-State Materials

Governors' Interstate Indian Council Conference; Proceedings of the 18th annual conference, Aug. 8-11, 1965, Santa Fe, N. Mex.: 66p, n.p., 1965 [1942/2F]

Laws of the Colonial & State Governments Relating to Indians and Indian Affairs; Laws from 1633 to 1831, inclusive, with an appendix containing the proceedings of the Congress of the Confederation and the laws of Congress from 1800 to 1830 on the same subject: 250+72p, Wash., Thompson & Homans, 1832 [2378/4F]

National Association Of Attorneys General, Committee on the Office of Attornys General, Legal issues in Indian jurisdiction: n.a., 63p, Raleigh, N.C., the Committee, 1976 [2665/1F]

U.S. States, Laws, Statues, Etc., Handbook of state laws; descent, distribution & homestead, 1887-1921: compiled by the Probate Division of the Indian Office, 1887-1921, circa 400 leaves, Wash., the Division, 1921, (With single fiche, except where noted, for the following jurisdictions: AZ, CA{2F}, CO, ID, IA, KS, ME, MI, MN, MT, NV, ND, OK, OR{2F}, SD, VT, WA, WI, WY) [4129/22F]

Single-State Materials (Alphabetically by state, and within each state chronologically by date of publication)

Alaska:
Handbook of Parliamentary Procedures for Native Organizations, edited & compiled by Arthur Nagozruk. Jr., 26+8p, Fairbanks, The Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1967 [1998/1F]

Arizona:
A protest, Dec. 18, 1933, the rights of Arizona & its citizens invaded by Interior Dept. withdrawal order of Oct. 28, 1932, n.a., 28 leaves, Phoenix, Ariz. St. Land Dept., 1933 [1119/1F] The Arizona Indian child goes to school, n.a., 44 p., Phoenix, Dept. of Public Instruction, Div. of Indian Ed., 1957? [1116/1F] Report on a study & determination as to whether the state has a responsibility for financing the education of wards of the Federal Government, Phoenix, Ariz. Legislative Council, 1960 [1117/1F] Survey of law & order practices & opinions relating to Ariz. reservation Indians, 10p, Phoenix, Commission of Indian Affairs, 1960 [1103/1F] Indian law & order as it pertains to highway law, fish & game law, Bureau of Indian Affairs, welfare, land claims, water rights, and voting, n.a., 42 leaves, Phoenix, Comm. of Indian Af., 1962 [1095/1F] " Single volume title, no log needed."

Papago Reservation report, n.a., 20p, Phoenix, Comm. of Indian Af., 1962 [1098/1F] " Single volume title, no log needed."

Voting, a reservation survey, n.a., 17p, Phoenix, Comm. of Indian Af., 1964 [1114/1F] Survey of the Hualapai Reservation in education, employment, game & fish, health, law & order, public relations, roads and welfare, n.a., v.1-4, Phoenix, Comm. of Indian Af., 1963-1966 [1108/4F] Log Button

Survey of the Camp Verde Reservation in education, etc., n.a., Phoenix, Comm. of Indian Af., 1963-1967 [1104/5F] Log Button

Survey of the Fort Apache Reservation in education, etc., n.a., v.1-5, Phoenix, Comm. of Indian Af., 1963-1967 [1105/5F] Log Button

Survey of the Fort McDowell Reservation in education, etc., n.a., v.1-5, Phoenix, Comm. of Indian Af., 1963-1967 [1106/5F] Log Button

Survey of the Gila River Reservation in education, etc., n.a., v.1-5, Phoenix, Comm. of Indian Af., 1963-1967 [1107/5F] Log Button

Survey of the Kaibab-Paiute Reservation in education, etc., n.a., v.1-5, Phoenix, Comm. of Indian Af., 1963-1967 [1109/5F] Log Button

Survey of the Navajo Reservation in education, etc., n.a., v.1-5, Phoenix, Comm. of Indian Af., 1963-1967 [1110/5F] Log Button

Survey of the Papago Reservation in education, etc., n.a., v.1-5, Phoenix, Comm. of Indian Af., 1963-1967 [1111/5F] Log Button

Survey of the San Carlos Reservation in education, etc., n.a., v.1-5, Phoenix, Comm. of Indian Af., 1963-1967 [1112/5F] Log Button

Indian federal legislative digest, digests No l, 1967 to 1972, #4 (the LLMC offering lacks the 1970, #2 digest), n.a., Phoenix, Comm. of Indian Af. [1094/3F] Log Button

Annual reports of the Comm. of Indian Af., 1960-1971, Phoenix, the Commission [1100/14F] Log Button

California:
Hearings held by the California Senate, Interim Committee on Calif. Indian Affairs, 3 volumes in 5, Sacramento, the Interim Comm., 1954 [1309/11F] Log Button

Progress reports to the Legislature, 1955 & 1957, Sacramento, Senate Interim Committee on Calif. Indian Affairs [1310/9F] Log Button

Documents concerning the Calif. Rural Legal Assistance Program, Indian Service Division, 1 volume, Santa Rosa, the Division, 1968 [1311/1F] Native American Law Manual, by Monroe E. Price, 668p, Calif. Indian Legal Services, 1970 [2977/8F]

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Colorado:
Fort Lewis College, Indian tuition grants, Part 2, Colorado Legislative Council report to the Colorado General Assembly, n.a., 45p, Denver, the Council, 1971 [1541/1F]

Georgia:
A digest of the laws of the state of Georgia, from its first establishment as a British province down to the year 1798, with an appendix documenting all the treaties with the southern tribes of Indians, by Robert & George Watkins, 837+28p, Philadelphia, printed by R. Aitken, 1800 [1907/9F] Digest of the laws of the State of Georgia, from its settlement as a British province, in 1755, to 1800 inclusive, with the treaties between the U.S. and the different tribes of Indians, and those between the state of Georgia and the southern and western Indians, by Horatio Marbury & William Crawford, 715+15p, Savannah, Seymour, Woolhopter & Stebbins, 1802 [1908/8F]

Michigan:
A position statement on Indian education in Michigan, with recommendations & guidelines, n.a., 48p, Lansing, Michigan Department of Education, 1974 [2549/1F]

Minnesota:
Minnesota Yearbooks for 1851 & 1852, 2 volumes, St.Paul, W.G. LeDue, etc., 1851 & 1852 [2582/3F] Log Button

The Indian in Minnesota, a report to Gov. Luther W. Youngdahl by the Governor's Interracial Commission, n.a., 80p, St.Paul, the Commission, 1947 [2559/1F] Minnesota Indians, report of the Legislative Research Committee, n.a., ll+iv+118+11p, St.Paul?, the Committee, 1950 [2576/2F] The Indian in Minnesota, a report to Gov. C. Elmer Anderson by the Governor's Interracial Commission, 79p, St.Paul, the Commission, 1952 [2560/1F] First year report of the Governor's Indian Action Committee, n.a., 6 leaves, St.Paul?, the Committee, 1962 [2565/1F] Minnesota's Indian citizens, yesterday & today, a report by the Governor's Human Rights Commission, n.a., 136p, St. Paul? the Commission, 1965 [2561/2F] Report to the Governor & Legislature of the Minnesota Indian Affairs Commission, n.a., 47 leaves, St.Paul? the Commission, 1971 [2570/1F]

Mississippi:
Code of Mississippi, the public & general statutes from 1798 to 1848, with cessions of the country by the Choctaw & Chickasaw Indians, and acts of Congress for the survey & sale of the lands, and granting donations thereof to the state, 1111p, Jackson, Price and Fall, state printers, 1848 [2584/12F]

Montana:
A study of the problems arising from the transfer of law & order jurisdiction on Indian reservations to the State of Montana, 11+5p, Missoula?, Department of Indian Affairs, 1961 [2608/1F] Montana Indian reservations, 1965-1966, 71p, Helena, Office of the State Coordinator of Indian Affairs, 1967? [2610/1F] Tribal governments and law & order, n.a., 37p, Helena, Dept. of Indian Affairs, 1966 or 1967 [2613/1F] Tribal governments and law & order, n.a., 378p, Helena, Dept. of Indian Affairs, 1968? [2614/1F] Annual reports of the Office of the State Coordinator of Indian Affairs, 1958-1968, Helena, the Office [2611/7F] Log Button

Nebraska:
Annual reports of the Nebraska Indian Commission, 1970-1971, July-Dec. 1972, 1973-1975, & 1976-1979, Lincoln, the Commission (LLMC's run may lack reports for 1971/72 & 1975/76; or possibly none were published for those timeframes) [2791/8F] Log Button

Nevada:
Reports, Indian Education Division, 1959-1967 & 1972-1973, Carson City, the Division [2802/10F] Log Button

Annual reports of the Nevada Indian Affairs Commission, 1965-1972, Carson City, the Commission [2800/3F] Log Button

Reports of the Nevada State Indian Conference, reports no. 1, 3, 5 & 6, 1971-1978, Carson City, Indian Affairs Commission [2803/5F] Log Button

New Mexico:
Indian news: the newsletter of the New Mexico Commission on Indian Affairs, Nov. 1961 to Mar. 1964, (lacking an issue for Aug. 1963), Santa Fe, the Commission [2807/13F] Report of the Division of Indian Education to the Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1962/63, 86p, Santa Fe, 1963 [2808/2F]

New York:
Report of the Special Committee of the Assembly of the N.Y. State Legislature to investigate the Indian problem of the State of N.Y., submitted Feb. 1, 1889, 410p, Albany, The Troy Press Co., 1889, reprinted by the Monroe Abstract & Title Co., 1977 [2821/5F] Report of the N.Y. State Indian Commission, by E.A. Everett, chairman, transmitted to & rejected by the N.Y. St. Assembly, Mar. 17, 1922, 477p, n.p., the Commission, n.d. [2818/5F] Reports of the Joint Legislative Committee on Indian Affairs, 1954-1958, Albany, Williams Press [2822/5F] Log Button

Index of the opinions of the N.Y. Attorney General & the State Comptroller on Indian Affairs, n.a., 20p, Albany, The N.Y. Department of Law, 1961 [2816/1F] The Indian today in New York State, 5th ed., n.a., 16p, Albany, St. Interdepartmental Committee on Indian Affairs, 1967 [2823/1F] Reports of the N.Y. St. Interdepartmental Committee on Indian Affairs, 1961/62, 1963/64, 1965/66 to 1969/70, & 1971/72 to 1974/75, Albany, the Committee [2824/11F] Log Button

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North Dakota:
Report of the governor's survey of the North Dakota Rolette County Indian situation, n.a., 76p, Bismark, the Governor's Survey, 1940 [2840/1F] Biennial reports of the Indian Affairs Commission, 1950 & 1958, Rolla, N.D, the Commission [2841/2F] Log Button

Quarterly reports of the Indian Affairs Commission, July 1967-Dec. 1968, Jan. 1970-June 1971, & Jan. 1972-Dec.1972, n.p., n.d. [2842/3F] Log Button

Oklahoma Territory:
Annual report of the Governor of the Territory of Oklahoma to the Secretary of the Interior, 1894, 18p, Wash., GPO, 1895 [2869/1F] Proceedings of the 1906-1907 constitutional convention of the proposed state of Oklahoma held at Guthrie, Okla., Nov. 20, 1906 to Nov. 16, 1907, Muskogee, Okla., Muskogee Ptg. Co., 1907 [2868/F]

Oklahoma:
Reports on Indian education in Oklahoma under state contract, 20th to 25th reports, 1967-1972, Oklahoma City, the Division of Education [2865/9F]

South Carolina:
South Carolina colonial documents relating to Indian affairs, edited by William L. McDowell, Jr., volume one only, Columbia, State Archives Department, 1958 [3227/7F]

South Dakota:
Jurisdiction over Indian country in South Dakota, staff report of the State Legislative Research Council, 21p, Pierre, the Council, 1962 [3232/1F] Jurisdiction over Indian country in South Dakota, staff report of the Legislative Research Council, 17p, Pierre, the Council, 1964 [3233/1F]

Tennessee:
The statute laws of the state of Tennessee of a public and general nature, including laws related to the Indians, by order of the General Assembly, v.1-2, Knoxville, F.S. Heiskell [3329/9F] Log Button

Texas:
Texas Indian papers, edited from the original manuscript copies in the Texas State Archives by Dorman H. Winfrey, state archivist, assisted by James M. Day & others, v.1-4, Austin, Texas State Library, Archives Division, 1959-1961 [3341/4F]

Washington:
Are you listening neighbor? report of the Joint Task Force of the Governor's Advisory Council on Urban Affairs and the Governor's Indian Advisory Committee, 100p + maps, Olympia, the Indian Affairs Task Force, 1971 [4416/2F]

Wisconsin:
Handbook on Wisconsin Indians, compiled & written by Joyce M. Erdman, 103p, Madison, the Governor's Commission on Human Rights, 1966 [4474/2F]

Wyoming Territory:
The compiled laws of Wyoming, including all the laws in force at the close of the 4th session of the Legislative Assembly, together with such laws of the U.S. as are applicable to said territory, also the treaties made with the Sioux & Shoshone tribes of Indians in the year 1868, with a synopsis of the pre-emption, homestead & mining laws of the U.S., 702p, Cheyenne, H. Glafcke, Leader steam book and job print, 1876 [4513/9F]

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Studies by Academic & Private Organizations
(Arranged alphabetically by main entry, and chronologically within each category)

Alaska, University of, Institute of Social, Economic & Government Research:
Traditional Athabascan law ways & their relationship to contemporary problems of "bush justice," some preliminary observations on structure & function, by Arthur E. Hippler, 19p, Fairbanks, Univ. of Alaska, 1972 [2075/1F] Northern Eskimo law ways & their relationship to contemporary problems of "bush justice", some preliminary observations on structure & function, by Arthur E. Hippler, 68p, Fairbanks, Univ. of Alaska, 1973 [2074/1F]

American Indian Defense Association:
Our Indian citizens, their crisis, n.a., 18p, Wash., the Association, 1928 [1049/1F]

Arizona State University, Tempe:
Higher education of Southwestern Indians, with reference to success & failure, 275+24p, Tempe, the University, 1962 [1120/7F] Indian education workshops, 1962 & 1964, n.a., two volumes, Tempe, Indian Education Center, College of Education, the University, 1962 & 1964 [1121/14F] Log Button

Proceedings of the Indian Education Conferences, 2nd thru 6th, & 9th conferences, n.a., Tempe, the University [2148/12F] Log Button

Indian Teacher-Aide Handbook, 161p, Tempe, College of Education, the University, 1965 [2170/2F]

Association on American Indian Affairs:
National Committee on Indian Health, proceedings of the national conferences on Indian health, conferences 3 & 4, the Association, 1964 & 1966 [1133/5F] Log Button

Brigham Young University, Institute of American Indian Studies:
Indian affairs, a study of the changes in policy of the U.S. towards its Indians, by Samuel L. Tyler, 199p, Provo, the Institute, 1964 [3405/3F] Indian affairs, a working paper on termination, with an attempt to show its antecedents, by Samuel L. Tyler, 73p, Provo, the Institute, 1964 [3406/1F]

California, University of, School of Public Health:
Orientation to health on the Navajo Indian Reservation, a guide for hospital & public health workers, prepared by the UC-School of Public Health, 29p, Wash., HEW, Public Health Service, 1960 [1316/1F]

Conference on Indian Allotted & Heirship-Land Problems:
Resume of Conference Proceedings, Aug. 14-17, 1938, Glacier Park, Mt., n.a., 54 leaves, n.p., n.d. [1569/1F]

Colorado, University of Northern, Museum of Anthropology:
Zuni Indian Pueblo, by George E. Fay, Parts 1 & 2, Greeley, the Museum, 1971 & 1981 [1810/12F] Log Button

Friends, Society of, Joint Committee on Indian Affairs:
The case of the Seneca Indians in the State of New York, illustrated by facts, n.a., printed by direction of the Joint Committee on Indian affairs of the four yearly meetings of the Friends of Genesee, N.Y., Phil., & Balt., 256p, Phil., Merrihew & Thompson, printers, 1840 [1879/3F] A further illustration of the case of the Seneca Indians in the state of New York, in a review of a pamphlet entitled "An appeal to the Christian community, &c.," by Nathaniel T. Strong, a chief of the Seneca Tribe, printed by direction of the Joint Committee of Philadelphia & Baltimore, 84p, Phil., printed by Merrihew & Thompson, 1841 [1880/1F]

Indian Rights Association:
The Five Civilized Tribes of Oklahoma, a report on social & economic conditions, by Angie Debo, 35p, Philadelphia, the Indian Rights Association, 1951 [1672/1F] Annual reports of the board of directors of the Indian Rights Association, lst to 52nd, 1883-1984, (the LLMC set lacks the 1st, 1883, 3rd, 1885, 13th, 1895 & 23rd, 1905 reports), Philadelphia, the Association [2166/55F] Log Button

Minnesota's Citizens' Review Commission on The F.B.I.:
Hearing Board Report, n.a., 15p, Minneapolis, the Commission, 1977 [2581/1F]

Minnesota, University of, Training Center for Community Programs:
Indian Housing in Minneapolis & St. Paul, by Gregory W. Craig, 43 leaves, Minneapolis, the Center, 1969 [1603/1F] The Indian relief recipient in Minneapolis, an exploratory study, by Laverne Drilling, 29p & appendix, Minneapolis, the Center, 1969 [1735/2F] Problems with alcohol among urban Indians in Minneapolis, by Lavern Drilling, 48 leaves, Minneapolis, the Center, 1970 [1736/2F] Indians and other Americans in Minnesota correctional institutions, by Richard G. Woods, 53 leaves, Minneapolis, the Center in coordination with the Office of Community Programs, Center for Urban & Regional Affairs, Univ. of Minn., 1970 [4497/2F]

Minnesota, University of, Training Center for Community Programs, Continued:
An unbalanced perspective, two Minnesota textbooks examined by an American Indian, by Chris C. Cavender, 21 leaves, Minneapolis, the Center, 1970 [1360/1F] The formal education of Menominee Indian children, sociocultural & socioeconomic background factors, by Arthur M. Hawkins, 53 leaves, Minneapolis, the Center, 1970 [2015/1F] The education of Indian children and youth, summary report & recommendations, by Robert J. Havinghurst, 65p, Series IV, No. 6, Minneapolis, the Center, 1970 [2042/1F] Research reports, by Robert J. Havinghurst, v.1-3, Minneapolis, the Center in coordination with the Center for Urban and Regional Affairs, Univ. of Minn., 1970 [2043/9F] Log Button

Junior high Indian children in Minneapolis, a study of one problem school, by Arthur M. Hawkins et al, Minneapolis, The Center in coordination with the Office of Community Programs, Center for Urban and Regional Affairs, Univ. of Minn., 1971 [2272/2F] Health behavior & health needs of American Indians in Hennepin County, by Willy De Geydnt & Linda M. Sprague, ed. by Arthur M. Harkins et al, 62 leaves, Minneapolis, the Center, 1971 [1680/2F]

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Montana State University:
Indian & White attitudes relating to Indian assimilation, by H.E. Herrington, 25p, Bozeman, the Univ. Agricultural Experiment Station, 1968 [2060/1F] Finance & management, the key to Indian self-determination, by William J. Ewasiuk et al, prepared for the Bureau of Indian Affairs by the Dept. of Agricultural Economics, with the cooperation of T.A.P., Inc., 225p, Bozeman, the Univ., 1973 [2615/3F]

National Conference on Manpower Programs for Indians:
Proceedings of the conference held at Kansas City, MO, 1967, sponsored by the U.S. Employment Service of the Bureau of Employment Security, n.a., 408p, n.p., 1967? [2668/5F]

National Conference of Social Work, Committee on the American Indian:
Cooperation in Indian administration, federal, state, county & local, four papers presented before the Committee, Minneapolis, June 1931, n.a., n.p., 1931? [1581/1F]

National Research Conference on American Indian Education:
Proceedings of the conference held at Pennsylvania State University, 1967, edited by Herbert A. Aurbach, 163p, Kalamazoo, Mich., Society for the Study of Social Problems, n.d. (spine says 1967) [2680/2F]

National Study of American Indian Education:
Status of American Indian education, an interim report of the National Study of American Indian Education to the U.S. Office of Education, by Herbert A. Aurbach, 158 leaves, University Park, Pennsylvania State University, 1970 [1137/2F]

National Welfare Rights Organization:
Handbook of Indian welfare rights, n.a., 34p, Wash., the Organization, 1971 [2682/1F]

Native American Rights Fund:
Indian taxation, tribal sovereignty & economic development, by Daniel H. Israel & Thomas L. Smithson, 57 leaves, Boulder, Colo., the Fund, c.1972 [2213/2F] Indian legal problems, n.a., 248p, Boulder, Colo., the Fund, c.1973 [2684/3F]

New Mexico, University of:
The effect of cultural difference in the education of Pueblo Indians, by Edward A. Marinsek, 96p, prepared for the U. of N. Mex. research study: The adjustment of Indian and non-Indian children in the public schools of New Mexico, Albuquerque, the Univ., 1958 [2507/2F] The Indian situation in New Mexico, by Margaret Meaders, 66p, Albuquerque, the Univ., Bureau of Business Research, 1963 [2533/1F]

New York State Museum & Science Service:
Iroquois culture, history, & prehistory, proceedings of the 1965 Conference held in Glen Falls, N.Y., edited by Elisabeth Tooker, 120p, Albany, Univ. of the State of N.Y., State Education Dept., N.Y. State Museum & Science Service, 1967 [1570/2F]

North American Conference for the Protection of Human Rights for Indians & Inuits:
Wingspread Conference, held at Racine, Wisconsin, 1973, convened by the Commission to Study the Organization of Peace and the Johnson Foundation, n.a., 5+29+3p, Racine, the Johnson Foundation, 1973 [2839/1F]

South Dakota, State University of, Governmental Research Bureau:
Indians, law enforcement & local government, a study of the impact of the off-reservation Indian problem on South Dakota local government, with special reference to law enforcement, by William 0. Faber, 92p, Vermillion, the Bureau, 1957 [1797/2F] " Single volume title, no log needed."

The Government of the Indians of South Dakota, by Harry R. Stephens, 58p, Vermillion, the Bureau, 1942, reprinted 1972 [3274/1F]

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South Dakota, University of:
The tribal government of the Oglala Sioux of Pine Ridge, South Dakota, by Ira H. Grinnell, 83 leaves, Vermillion, the Univ., Business Research Bureau, 1967 [1970/2F] Indian poverty in South Dakota, by Calvin A. Kent, 183p, Vermillion, the Univ., Business Research Bureau, 1969 [2294/2F] Program & proceedings of the Conference on Indian Affairs, lst-3rd, 5th-6th, 8th & 10th, 1955_1969, Vermillion, the University [1568/15F] Log Button

The University Consortium - Arizona State, South Dakota & Utah:
Indian opportunities, a summary of Indian participation in OEO Programs, compiled by the University Consortium, 1 unpaginated volume, n.p., 1968 [2163/1F]

Washington State University, Institute Of Agricultural Sciences:
Assimilation of the Spokane Indians, by Roy Prodipto, 55p, Pullman, Washington Agricultural Experiment Stations, the Institute, 1961 [3077/1F]

Washington, University Of, Bureau Of Governmental Research & Services:
Proceedings of the Indian legal workshop held at the University of Washington in 1960, n.a., 20 leaves Seattle, distributed by the Univ. of Wash. Press, 1960 [2160/1F]

Wisconsin, Citizens Natural Resources Association:
Menominee report, n.a., 57p, n.p., 1956 [1517/1F]

Wisconsin, Menominee Indian Study Committee:
Report to the Menominee Indian Study Committee on the restoration of the Menominee Tribe to federal recognition, by Edward V. Schten, 133p, Madison, the Committee, 1975 [3129/2F]

Periodicals, Newsletters & Series
(Alphabetical order by title)

American Indian Law Newsletter: v.1, # 1 to v.13, # 6, 1968-1980 [1056/50F] Log Button

The Amerindian: v.1, # 1 to v.12, #6, 1952-1964, Chicago, M.E. Gridley [1071/12F] Log Button

The Apache Scout: v.1, #1 to v.3, #2, 1975-1978, (lacking v.1, #1-7 & v.2, #1) N.M., Mescalero Apache Tribe [1085/6F] Log Button

BIA Education Research Bulletin: v.1, #1 to v.7, #2 (lacking v.3, #2-#3 & v.7, #1-#3),Bureau of Indian Affairs, Division of Evaluation & Program Review, Branch of Research [1138/17F] Log Button

D.N.A. in Action: v.1 to v.4, 1968-1973, Window Rock, Ariz., Dinebeiina Nahiilna Be Agaditahe [1654/6F] Log Button

IERC Bulletin: v.1, #1 to v.6, #10 (lacking v.2, #5; v.4, #12; & v.6, #11-12), U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs, Office of Education Programs, Indian Education Resources Center [2134/12F] Log Button

Indian Law Developments: No. 1, 1973, No. 6, 1974, & No. 7, 1974, Boulder, Colo., Indian Law Back Up Center [2156/6F] Log Button

The Indian Messenger: v.1 only, 1969, Albuquerque, New Mexico Indian Community Action Project [2161/2F]

Indians at Work: v.1-13, 1933-1945, (A new sheet for Indians & the Indian Service) [2186/134F] Log Button

Journal of American Indian Education: v.1, #1 to v.20, #3, 1961-1981, plus index for vols. 1-8, Tempe, Arizona, College of Education, Arizona State University [2270/61F] Log Button

Land & Natural Resources Division Journal: v.1-12, 1963-1974, (Vols. 1-3 called Lands Division Journal), U.S. Dept. of Justice [3992/58F] Log Button

Legislative Review: v.1, #1 to v.3, #11, 1971-1975, plus supplement index to Jan. 1972, (Lacking v.1. #2, 4, 5, 7-10 & v.2, #2 & 4), Wash., D.C., Indian Legal Development Service [2397/11F] Log Button

Wisconsin State Univ., Museum Of Anthropology, Miscellaneous Series: 1965, Nos. 2-4, Wisconsin State Univ. at Oshkosh [4481/3F] Log Button

Wisconsin State Univ., Indians Research Institute Journal:v.1-4. 1965-1968 [4482/25F] Log Button

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Reference Works

Bibliographies
(Arranged in alphabetical order by main entry)

American Indian Education, A Selected Bibliography: Supplements 1 (1970) & 2 (1971) only, Las Cruces, New Mexico, New Mexico State University, 1969, (An ERIC/CRESS Project) [1050/7F] Log Button

Berry - The education of American Indians; a survey of the literature: by Brewton Berry, 121p, Wash., GPO, 1969 [1200/2F]

Breuer - The American Indian; a select bibliography of material on the American Indians, federal & in N.Y. State, in the N.Y. State Library: by Ernest H. Breur, 20p, Albany, N.Y. State Law Lib., 1961 [1245/1F]

De Puy - A bibliography of the English colonial treaties with the American Indians, including a synopsis of each treaty: by Henry F. De Puy, 109p, New York, printed for the Lenox Club, 1917 [1702/2F]

Dockstader - The American Indian in graduate studies; a bibliography of theses & dissertations: 2nd ed., by Frederick J. Dockstader, v.1-2, N.Y., Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation, 1973 [1717/9F] Log Button

Fields - An essay towards an Indian bibliography; being a catalogue of books relating to the history, antiquities, languages, customs, religion, wars, literature, and the origin of the American Indians, in the library of Thomas W. Fields: n.a., 430p, N.Y., Scribner, Armstrong & Co., 1873, reprinted by Long's College Book Co., Columbus, Ohio, 1951 [1822/5F]

Fink - A selective bibliography on Indian law, with special reference to the Indians of the Southwest: by Myron Fink, 10p, Albuquerque, New Mexico University School of Law Library, 1967 [2809/1F]

Harkins, et al - Modern Native Americans, a selective bibliography: compiled by Arthur M. Harkins et al, 130 leaves, Minneapolis, Training Center for Community Programs, Univ. of Minn., 1971 [2598/3F]

Hewlett - Indians of Oregon, a bibliography of materials in the Oregon State Library at Salem: by Leroy Hewlett, reference consultant, 125p, Salem, the Library, 1969 [2881/F]

Hill - Preliminary inventory of the records of the Bureau of Indian Affairs (Record Group 75): compiled by Edward E. Hill, volume 1 of 2, Wash., the National Archives & Record Center, 1965 [4153/4F]

Hippler - Eskimo acculturation; a selected annotated bibliography of Alaskan & other Eskimo acculturation studies: by Arthur E. Hippler, 209p, College, Alaska, University of Alaska, Institute of Social, Economic & Governmental Research, 1970 [2072/3F]

Karamessines - U.S. Indian tribal courts; a bibliography: by Susan Karamessines, 59p, Ottawa, Northern Research Division, Dept. of Indian Affairs & Northern Development, c.1976 [228OA/1F]

Keller - A selected bibliography of material related to American Indian education, economics & deviant behavior: by Charles A. Keller, 39 leaves, Charleston, Ill., Eastern Ill. Univ., 1970 [2286/1F]

Kelsay - Cartographic records in the National Archives relating to American Indians: compiled by Laura E. Kelsay, 35p, Wash., the National Archives & Record Center, 1974 [4156/1F]

Library Services Institute for Minnesota Indians - American Indians, an annotated bibliography of selected library resources: n.a., 156 leaves, Minneapolis, Univ. of Minnesota, 1970 [2421/4F]

Martin - List of documents concerning the negotiation of ratified Indian treaties, 1801-1869: compiled by John H. Martin, 175p, Wash., the National Archives, 1949 [4151/2F]

Minnesota Historical Society - Chippewa & Dakota Indians, a subject catalog of books, pamphlets, periodical articles & manuscripts in the Minnesota Historical Society: n.a., 1 volume, St. Paul, the Society, 1969 [2567/2F]

Newberry Library - Dictionary catalog of the Edward E. Ayer collection of Americana & American Indians in the Newberry Library, Chicago: n.a., 16 volumes plus the 3 volumes of Supplement #1, Boston, G.K. Hall & Co., 1961 & 1970 [2825/179F] Log Button

Perkins & Tanis - Native Americans of North America, a bibliography based on the collections in the libraries of California State University at Northridge: compiled by David Perkins & Norman Tanis, 558p, Northridge, the University, 1975 [2940/6F]

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Ryan - The literature of native administration, an analysis of books & articles dealing with the education, health & other activities of native peoples: by W. Carson Ryan, Jr., 46p, Wash., U.S. Indian Service, 1935 [3087/1F]

Sabatini - A selective bibliography of material in the University of New Mexico Law Library's special collection in American Indian law: by Joseph D. Sabatini, 19p, Albuquerque, American Indian Law Center, 1971 [3089/1F] Revised Ed., 21p, Albuquerque, the Center [3090/1F] American Indian law, a bibliography of books, law review articles & Indian periodicals: by Joseph D. Sabatini, 40p, Albuquerque, the Center, 1973 [3088/1F]

Spindel - Introductory guide to Indian-related records to 1876 in the North Carolina State Archives: by Donna Spindel, 33p, Raleigh, N.C., Div. of Archives & History, Dept. of Cultural Resources, 1977 [3253/1F]

Ullom - Folklore of the North American Indians, an annotated bibliography: by Judith Ullom, 126p, Wash., Library of Congress, 1969 [3407/2F]

U.S. Bureau Of Indian Affairs - Answers to questions about the American Indian & suggested reading lists: compiled by the Bureau of Indian Affairs, 38p, Wash., GPO, 1963 [3463/1F]

U.S. Bureau Of Indian Affairs, Office Of Education - Indian bibliography, a bibliography containing that portion of the book collection in the Professional Library that is written about, for, & by American Indians: lst ed., n.a., 42p, Wash., The Office, Div. of Instructional Services, 1970 [3615/1F]

U.S. National Archives & Record Center - The American Indian, a select catalog of National Archives microfilm publications: n.a., 50p, Wash., the Archives, 1972 [4155/1F]

Webb - Indian justice, a research bibliography: by Vincent J. Webb, 67p, Monticello, Ill., Council of Planning Librarians, 1976 [4435/1F]

Dictionaries
(Arranged in alphabetical order by main entry)

Boaz, et al, - Handbook of American Indian languages: by Franz Boaz, bulletin No. 40, part 1 {with illustrative sketches by Roland B. Dixon et al} vi+1069p, Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, & part 2 {with illustrative sketches by Edward Sapir et al}, iii+903p, the Bureau, Wash., GPO, 1911 & 1922 [1227/22F] Log Button

Byington - A dictionary of the Choctaw language: by Cyrus Byington, ed. by John R. Swanton & Henry S. Halbert, xi+611p, {Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin No. 46}, Wash., GPO, 1915 [1288/7F]

Dorsey & Swanton - A dictionary of the Biloxi and Ofo languages, accompanied with thirty-one Biloxi texts & numerous Biloxi phrases: by James 0. Dorsey & John R. Swanton, 340p, Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 47, Wash., GPO, 1912 [1725/4F]

La Flesche - A dictionary of the Osage language: by Francis La Flesche, v+406p, {Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin No. 109}, Wash., GPO, 1932 [2351/5F]

Modrow - The Quinauult dictionary: by Ruth H. Modrow, 386p, n.p., n.d. [2600/5F]

Riggs - Grammar & dictionary of the Dakota language, collected by the members of the Dakota mission: by Stephen R. Riggs, xx+338p, {Smithsonian Institution, Contributions to Knowledge Series, Vol. IV}, Wash., the Smithsonian Institution, 1852 [3045/5F] A Dakota-English dictionary: by Stephen R. Riggs, ed. by James O. Dorsey, x+665p, Department of the Interior, U.S. Geographical & Geological Survey of the Rocky Mountain Region, contributions to North American Ethnology series, vol. VII, Wash., GPO, 1890 [3044/7F)

Wall - Navajo-English Dictionary: by Leon Wall, William Morgan, translator, 65p, Phoenix, AZ, U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Branch of Education, Phoenix Press, Phoenix Indian School, 1958 [4396/1F]

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Directories & Rollbooks
(Arranged in alphabetical order by main entry)

Arizona Commission Of Indian Affairs - Tribal directory: annual, 1962-1968 & 1970-1971,
Phoenix, the Commission [1113/9F] Log Button

California, Central Agency - Tribal directory: 40p, Sacramento, the Agency, 1973 [1298/1F]

Campbell - Campbell's abstract of Creek freedman census cards & index: by John B. Campbell, 2+223p, Muskogee, Okla., Phoenix Job Printing Co., 1915 [1317/3F] Campbell's abstract of Creek Indian census cards & index: by John B. Campbell, Muskogee, Okla., Phoenix Job Printing Co., 1915 [1318/5F]

Chickasaw Nation - Argument on behalf of the Chickasaw Nation against the reopening of the Choctaw & Chickasaw citizenship rolls: n.a., 47p, Wash., GPO, 1910 [1423/1F]

Child Abuse & Neglect Resource Directory - An information guide for Indian tribes, other Indian groups, & Indian serving organizations: n.a., 19p, U.S. Dept. of HEW, Off. of Human Devel./Child Devel., Head Start Bureau/Indian & Migrant Programs Div., Oct., 1976 [1445/1F]

Long - Lists showing the degree of Indian blood of certain persons holding land upon the White Earth Reservation in Minnesota and a list showing the date of death of certain persons who held land upon such reservation: by Eugene E. Long, 77p., Dept. of the Interior, Wash., GPO, 1911 [2439/1F]

Moore - Moore's Seminole roll & land guide: by J. Read Moore, 52+28p, Wewoka, Okla., Lasiter Printing Co., c. 1915 [2620/2F]

Taylor - State directory, state organizations & activities for Indian citizens: by Theodore W. Taylor, 150 leaves, Wash., U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1970 [3323/4F]

Tinker - Authentic Osage Indian roll book: by Sylvester Tinker, 51p, Pawhuska, Okla., Sam McClain, 1957 [3368/2F]

U.S. Office Of Indian Affairs - Index to the certified roll of the Osage Indians in Oklahoma: n.a., unpaginated {26p}, Wash.? the Office, 1921? [3464/2F] Agencies under the jurisdiction of the Office of Indian Affairs by reservation & county: n.a., 17p, Wash., the Office, Jan., 1938 [3455/1F] Agencies under the jurisdiction of the Office of Indian Affairs by reservation or area & county: n.a., 14 leaves, Wash.?, the Office, 1941 [3456/1F]

U.S. Dept. Of Commerce - Federal and state Indian reservations and Indian trust areas: new & rev. ed., n.a., 604p, Wash., GPO, 1974 [3990/7F]

Indexes, Digests & Gazetteers
(Arranged in alphabetical order by main entry)

Bonnjera - Index to Bulletins 1-100 of the U.S. Bureau of American Ethnology; with index to contributions to North American Ethnology, introductions, & miscellaneous publications: by Siren Bonnerjea, 726p, Wash., GPO, 1963 [3452/8F]

Crocker - Index to the opinions of the N.Y. state attorney general & the N.Y. state comptroller relating to Indian affairs: by J. DeRue Crocker, 9p, prepared by the N.Y. State Dept. of Law, Albany, 1961 [1642/1F]

Gannett - A gazeteer of Indian territory: by Henry Gannett, 70+3p, Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Wash., GPO, 1905 [1895/1F]

Hastain - Hastain's township plats of the Creek Nation: by E. Hastain, 317p, Muskogee, Okla., Model Printing Co., 1910 [2036/4F] Hastain's township plats of the Seminole Nation: by E. Hastain, cic. 59p, Muskogee. Okla., Press of the Star Printery, 1913 [2037/1F]

Indian Law Digest - n.a., v.1-2, Mar. 1972-Dec. 1973, Missoula, Mont., School of Law, the University of Montana, 1973? [2157/3F] Log Button

U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs - Index to the circulars, orders, etc. of the U.S. Indian Service: n.a., 96 leaves, Wash., the Bureau, 1936 [3490/2F]

U.S. Department of the Interior - Indian law survey, index of Department rulings on Indian law, with topical & statutes index: n.a., typed "Draft No. 1," Wash., Office of the Solicitor, Oct. 28, 1939 [4212/7F]

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Non-U.S. Relations with Indigenous Peoples
(Arranged alphabetically by country or region, and within each category by date of publication)

Canada, Indians generally:
Annual report for 1903 of the Dept. of Indian & Northern Affairs, xxxii+477+176p, Ottawa, the Dept., 1904 [1324/8F] Canadian Indians, by R.V. Sinclair, 31p, Ottawa, Thorburn & Abbott, 1911 [3187/1F] American & British Claims Arbitration, the Cayuga Indians, appendix to the U.S. answer, n.a., v.1-3, Wash., U.S. State Department?, 1913? (An extensive review of the history of French, British, Canadian & American relations with the Indians residing on the U.S./Canadian border) [3424/15F] Log Button

Canada, laws, statutes, etc., the Indian Act consolidated for office purposes only, n.a., 70p, Ottawa, J.0.Patenaude, 1937? [1337/1F] Native Canadians, a plan for the rehabilitation of the Indians, submitted to the Committee of Reconstruction & Reestablishment, 20p, Oliver, British Columbia, the Okanagan Society for the Revival of Indian Arts & Crafts, 1944? [2860/1F] The Coast Salish of British Columbia, by Homer G. Barnett, Eugene, 320p, University of Oregon, 1955 [1161/4F] Minutes of proceedings & evidence before the Joint Committee on Indian Affairs of the Parliament of Canada, nos. 1-7, May 20-July 9, 1959, Ottawa, Queen's Printer & Controller of Stationery, 1959 [1338/3F] Report of the Indian Act consultation meeting, by Roger Duhamei, nos. 1-17, Ottawa, Dept. of Indian & Northern Affairs, 1968-1969 [1328/25F] Log Button

Statement of the Government of Canada on Indian policy, 1969, 13+14p, Ottawa, Department of Indian & Northern Affairs, 1969 [1329/1F] Native Rights in Canada, 2nd ed., ed. by Peter A. Cumming & Neil H. Mickenberg, 352p, Toronto, Indian/Eskimo Association of Canada in association with the General Publ. Co., 1972 [2687/4F] The Canadian Indian, a brief outline/Les Indiens du Canada, un bref expose, n.a., 19+23p, Ottawa, Information Canada, 1973 [1325/1F] Who owns Canada? aboriginal title and the Canadian courts, by William T. Badcock, 42p, Ottawa, Canadian Association in Support of Native Peoples, 1976 [1140/1F]

Canada, Treaties with Indians:
Copy of the Robinson Treaty made in the year 1850 with the Ojibewa Indians of Lake Huron conveying certain lands to the crown, 8p, Ottawa, E. Cloutier, Queen's Printer, 1957 [1950/1F] The treaties of Canada with the Indians of Manitoba & the Northwest territories, including the negotiations on which they were based, and other information relating thereto, by Alexander Morris, 375p, Toronto, Belfords, Clarke & Co., 1880 [2628/4F] Indian treaties & surrenders, from 1680 to 1902, v.1-3, Ottawa, printed by S.E. Dawson, 1905-1912 [1321/15F] Log Button

Indian treaties & surrenders, from 1680-1890, v.1-2, Toronto, Coles Publ. Co., 1971 [1320/15F] Log Button

The James Bay Treaty, Treaty no. 9 made in 1905 & 1906 and adhesions made in 1929 & 1930, 35p, reprint, Ottawa, E.Cloutier, Queen's Printer, 1957 [1951/1F] Treaties 1 & 2 between Her Majesty the Queen and the Chippewa & Cree Indians of Manitoba & the country adjacent, with adhesions, 13p, Ottawa, E.Cloutier, Queen's Printer, 1957 [1952/1F] Treaty no. 3 between Her Majesty the Queen and the Saulteaux Tribe of the Ojibbeway Indians at the northwest angle on the Lake of the Woods, with adhesions, 11p, Otawa, E.Cloutier, Queen's Printer, 1957 [1953/1F] Treaty no. 4 between Her Majesty the Queen and the Cree & Saulteaux tribes of Indians at Qu'Appelle and Fort Ellice, 12p, Ottawa, E.Cloutier, Queen's Printer, 1957 [1954/1F] Treaty no. 5 between Her Majesty the Queen and the Saulteaux & Swampy Cree tribes of Indians at Beren's River & Norway House, with adhesions, 22p, Ottawa, E.Cloutier, Queen's Printer, 1957 [1955/1F] Treaty no. 6 between Her Majesty the Queen and the Plain & Wood Cree Indians and other tribes of Indians at Fort Carlton, Fort Pitt, & Battle River, with adhesions, 32p, Ottawa, R.Duhamel, Queen's Printer, 1964 [1956/1F]

Central & South America:
The Maya Indians of southern Yucatan & northern British Honduras, by Thomas E.F. Gann, 146p, {Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 64}, Wash., GPO, 1918 [1894/3F] Ethnographical survey of the Miskito & Sumo Indians of Honduras & Nicaragua, by Eduard Conzemius, 191p, {Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 106}, Wash., GPO, 1932 [1576/3F] Handbook of South American Indians, by Julian H. Steward, v.1-7, prepared in cooperation with the U.S. Department of State as a project of the interdepartmental Committee on Cultural and Scientific Cooperation, Wash., GPO, 1946-1959 [3279/63F] Log Button

Los iroqueses; su sistema juridico y su legado politico a la democracie norteamericana, by Ramon F. Vasquez, 171p, Buenos Aires, Ediciones A. Zamora, 1959 [4370/2F]

Great Britain:
Letter from William Penn, proprietary & governor of Pennsylvania in America, to the committee of the Free Society of traders of that province, residing in London, containing a general description of the said province, its soil, air, water, seasons, & produce, both natural & artificial, and the good increase thereof, of the natives or aborigines, their language, customs & manners, diet, houses or wigwams, liberality, easier way of living, physyck, burial, religion, sacrifices & cantico, festivals, government, and their order in council upon treaties for land, and their justice upon evil doers, 10+4p, London, A.Sowie, 1683 [2937/1F] The British meet the Seminoles, negotiations between British authorities in east Florida and the Indians, 1763-1768, by James V. Covington, 66p, Gainesville, University of Florida, 1961 [1600/1F]

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Inter-American Conference on Indian Life:
First Conference, Patzcuaro, Mexico, 1940, delegation of Indians from the U.S., contributions by the U.S. delegation, v.1-2, Wash., Office of Indian Affairs, 1940 [2196/2F] Log Button

Final acts of the 1st Inter-American Conference on Indian Life, and final acts and report of the American delegation to the 2nd Conference of 1949, Wash., n.d. [2198/2F] Log Button

Acta final, Spanish version of the final acts of the conferences of 1940 & 1949, and the 3rd Conference of 1954, Mexico?, n.d. [2197/4F] Log Button

Mexico:
Hydraulic development & ethnocide, the Mazatec & Chinantec people of Oaxaca, Mexico, by Alicia M. Barabas, 20p, Copenhagen, International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs, 1973 [1158/1F]

Spanish Colonies, Indian Relations:
Castile, the laws of Burgos of 1512-1513, royal ordinances for the good government & treatment of the Indians, 57p., reprint, San Francisco, John Howell Books, 1960 [1354/1F] The Florida of the Inca: a history of the adelantado, Hernando de Soto, Governor & Captain General of the Kingdom of Florida, and of other heroic Spanish & Indian cavaliers, written by the Inca, Garcilaso de la Vega, an officer of His Majesty, and a native of the great city of Cuzco, capital of the realms & provinces of Peru, translated & edited by John G. & Jeannette J. Varner, 655p, first published in Lisbon in 1605, this translated edition was published by the University of Texas Press, 3rd printing, 1962 [1898/8F] De Indiarum jure, sive de justa Indiarum occidentalium...opera et studio Francisci Mariae de Vallarna,
by Juan de Solorzano Pereira, v.1-2, Matriti, Typographia Regia, vulgo de la Gazeta, 1777 [3220/17F] Log Button

Athanese de Mézières and the Louisiana-Texas frontier, 1768-1780; documents published for the first time, from the original Spanish & French manuscripts, chiefly in the archives of Mexico & Spain, by Herbert E. Bolton, v.1-2, Cleveland, Arthur H.Clark Co., 1914 [1233/8F] Log Button

Derecho indigene, contribucion espanola al sistema legal do los Estados Unidos, por Felix S. Cohen, 20p, Wash., Dept. of the Interior, The National Indian Institute, 1942 [1525/1F] Historia del derecho argentino, por el Carlos O. Bunge, Libro I, El derecho Ind'gena, xxxv+330p, Univ. de Buenos Aires, Facultad de derecho y ciencias sociales, 1912 [1271/4F] Indian labor in the Spanish colonies, by Ruth K. Barber, 135p, Albuquerque, University of New Mexico Press, 1932 [1159/2F]

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General Treatises
(Arranged alphabetically by main entry, and, for multiple titles, chronologically by date of publication)

Abel - The history of events resulting in Indian consolidation west of the Mississippi, by Annie H. Abel, 235-450p, New York, AMS Press, c.1972 (a reprint of the 1908 ed.) [1007/3F] The American Indian as slave holder secessionist, an omitted chapter in the diplomatic history of the Southern Confederacy, by Annie H. Abel, 394p, Cleveland, Arthur H.Clark Co., 1915 [1003/5F]

Adair - Adair's history of the American Indians, by James Adair, 508p, New York, Argonaut Press, 1966, a reprint of the 1930 ed. [1013/7F]

Adams - Application of the Assimilative Crimes Act on Indian reservations, by Roger Adams, 6p, n.p., 1975? [1019/1F]

Akweks - Migration of the Iroquois, by Aren Akweks, 32p, Rooseveltown, N.Y., Mohawk Nation at Akwesasne, 1972 [1027/1F]

American Indians - Facts & future, toward economic development for native American communities, n.a., 566p, N.Y., Arno Press, 1970 (reprint of 1969 ed. issued by the U.S.Congress, Joint Economic Committee) [1068/6F] " Single volume title, no log needed."

Ames - Report of Special Agent, John Ames, in regard to the condition of the Mission Indians of California, by John G. Ames, 15p, extract from papers accompanying the report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs in the annual report of the Secretary of the Interior for 1873, Wash., n.p., n.d. [1072/1F]

Anderson - The educational achievement of Indian children, a reexamination of the question, "How well are Indian children educated?" by Kenneth E. Anderson, 116p, Lawrence, Kan., Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1953? [1075/2F]

Arnold - Native land claims in Alaska, by Winton C. Arnold, xiii+78+42p, Anchorage, Alaska, n,p., 1967 [1128/2F]

Barrett - The Washo Indians of California & Nevada, by S.A. Barrett et al., 201p, No.67 of the Anthropological Papers series of the Dept. of Anthropology, Univ. of Utah, Aug., 1963 [1668/3F]

Barrows - The Indian's side of the Indian question, by William Barrows, 206p, Freeport, N.Y., Books for Libraries Press, 1972, reprint of the 1887 edition [1165/3F]

Basic Criminal Law - n.a., 521p, Wash., National Am. Indian Court Judges Assn., c.1975 [1166/6F]

Bass - The American Indian high school graduate in the Southwest, by Willard P. Bass, 100p, Albuquerque, Southwestern Cooperative Educational Laboratory, Inc., 1969 [1169/2F]

Beatty, D. - History of the legal status of the American Indian with particular reference to California, by Donald R. Beatty, 72p, S.F., R.& E. Research Associates, 1974 (reprint of a 1959 thesis) [1180/1F]

Beatty, W. - Education for action, selected articles from Indian education, 1936-1943, ed. by Willard W. Beatty, 347p, Chilocco, Okla., printing dept. of the Chilocco Agricultural School, 1944 [1181/4F]

Benedict - Tales of the Cochiti Indians, Ruth F. Benedict, 256p, Wash., GPO, 1931 [1189/3F]

Bennett - The law of titles to Indian lands, by John E. Bennett, 408p, Oklahoma City, Harlow Pub. Co., 1917 [1190/5F]

Berkson - The American Indian & the American civil judiciary, by Barry K. Berkson, 16p, McKinley County Bar Association, Gallup, New Mex., 1963 [1196/1F]

Biggs - Review of the Warm Springs tribal court system and pertinent provisions of the law & order code, by Arthur V. Biggs?, 18 leaves (typescript marked in pen "draft copy"), Portland, Oregon?, Regional Solicitor's Office, 1972? [1208/1F]

Blackfeet Agency Archives - Correspondence relating to affairs at the Blackfeet Agency, Montana, 1873-1910, n.a., 14 leaves, Browning, Montana, Museum of the Plains Indian, Archives Division, 1962 [1260/1F]

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Blauch - Educational service for Indians, by Lloyd E. Blauch, 137p, prepared by the Advisory Committee on Education, otherwise known as the President's Committee on Vocational Education, Wash., GPO, 1939 [1218/2F]

Bledsoe - Indian land laws, being a treatise on the law of acquiring title to, and the alienation of, allotted Indian lands, also a compilation of treaties, agreements & statutes applicable thereto, by Samuel T. Bledsoe, 686p, Kansas City, Mo., Pipes-Reed Co., 1909 [1219/8F]

Blunt - A historical sketch of the formation of the confederacy, particularly with reference to the provincial limits and the jurisdiction of the general government over Indian tribes & the public territory, by Joseph Blunt, 116p, N.Y., Krauss Reprint, 1972 (reprint of the 1825 edition) [1224/2F]

Bounds - The story of the Mississippi Choctaws, by Thelma V. Bounds, 25p, Chilocco, Okla., U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1958 [1235/1F]

Bowles - Across the continent, a summer's journey to the Rocky Mountains, the Mormons, and the Pacific States, with Speaker Colfax, by Samuel Bowles, various pagination, Springfield, Mass., Samuel Bowles & Co., 1865 [1237/5F]

Brophy - An address before the Indian Rights Association, Jan. 17, 1946, by William A. Brophy, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, mimeo, 7p, Wash., Dept. of the Interior Library, 1946? [1253/1F]

Brown et al - Law and order on Indian reservations of the Northwest, a report by a committee organized under the auspices of the Institute for Government Research of the Brookings Institution, Ray A. Brown, Chairman, submitted to the U.S. Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, July 20, 1932, 264 leaves, Wash., the Brookings Institution, 1932 [1249/6F]

Brugge - Navajos in the Catholic Church records of New Mexico, 1694-1875, by David M. Brugge, 167p, Window Rock, Ariz., Navajo Tribe, Research Section, Parks and Recreation Dept.,1968 [1263/2F] Zarcillos Largos: courageous advocate of peace, by David M. Brugge, 42p, Window Rock, Ariz., Navajo Tribe, Research Section, Parks and Recreation Dept., 1970 [1265/1F]

California Indian Claims - History & proposed settlement of the claims of California Indians, n.a., 96p, n.p., 1944?, (the book filmed by LLMC lacked a title page, but from the Forward it appears that this is a report issued by the office of the Attorney general of California) [2293/2F]

Carpenter et al - Eskimo, text by Edmund S. Carpenter, sketches & paintings by Frederick Varley, and sketches & photos of Robert Flaherty's collection of Eskimo carvings, Toronto, University of Toronto Press [1345/2F]

Carrington - The Indian question, including a report by the Secretary of the Interior on the massacre of troops near Fort Kearny, Dec. 1866, by Henry B. Carrington, 52p, N.Y., S.Lewis, 1973 ªreprint of the 1909 ed.º [1346/1F]

Cass - Considerations on the present state of the Indians and their removal to the West of the Mississippi, by Lewis Cass, 61p, N.Y., Arno Press, 1975 (reprint of the 1828 edition) [1351/1F]

Catlin - Letters & notes on the manners, customs, & conditions of the North American Indians during eight years' travel, 1832-1839, amongst the wildest tribes of Indians in North America, by George Catlin, v.1-2, N.Y., Dover Publications, 1973 (reprint of the 1844 edition) [1357/9F] Log Button

Clute - An overview of Public Law 280 & related statutes, by James Clute, 29 leaves, 1975? [1522/1F]

Colosimo - American Indians on reservations in the U.S., the problem, what can be done about it ,what are we doing about it?, by E. Thomas Colosimo, 49 leaves, Wash., D.C. Arrow, Inc., 1961 [1545/1F]

Colton - A brief survey of Hopi common law, by Harold S. Colton, pp.21-24, Museum Notes, V.7, #6, Museum of Northern Arizona, Dec., 1934 [1547/1F]

Coombs - The Indian child goes to school, a study of interracial differences, by L. Madison Coombs {and others}, 249p, Lawrence, Kan., Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1958 [1580/3F]

Cremony - Life among the Apaches, by John C. Cremony, 327p, Glorieta, N.Mex., Rio Grande Press, 1969 (reprint of the 1863 edition) [1635/4F]

Crocchiola - The Zia New Mexico story, by Stanley F. Crocchiola, 22p, Pep, Texas, 1969 [1641/1F]

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Davidson - Muh-he-ka-ne-ok, a history of the Stockbridge Nation, by John N. Davidson, 66p, Milwaukee, Wis., S.Chapman, 1893 [1663/1F]

Decker - Making the warrior a worker, by A. Decker, 88-95p, Munsey's Magazine, October, 1901 [1679/1F]

Deloria - A bill to provide for the social & economic development of the human & natural resources of the American Indian people, and for other purposes, (penned in note says "Drafted by Vine Deloria"), 21p, 1967? [1685/1F]

Densmore - A study of some Michigan Indians, by Frances Densmore, 41p, Ann Arbor, Univ. of Mich. Press, 1949 [1698/1F]

De Renne - The removal of the Cherokee Indians from Georgia, by Wilson Lumkin, including his speeches in the U.S. Congress on the Indian question, as representative & senator of Georgia, his official correspondence on the removal of the Cherokees during his two terms as governor of Georgia, and later as U.S. commissioner to the Cherokees, 1827-1841, together with a sketch of his life & conduct..., ed. by Wymberley J. De Renne, v.1-2, Wormsloe, Ga., privately printed, Wormsloe, Georgia?, N.Y., Dodd, Mead & Co., 1907 [2452/8F] Log Button

Dorsey - Indians of the Southwest, by George A. Dorsey, Chicago, 223p, Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway System, Passenger Dept., 1903, [1723/3F]; The Cheyenne, by George A. Dorsey, v. 1 of 2 only, Chicago, 1905 [1722/2F]

Dozier - The Hopi-Tewa of Arizona, by Edward P. Dozier, 259-376p, Berkeley, Univ. of Calif. Press., 1954 [1732/2F]

Drake - Life of Tecumseh, by Benjamin Drake, 235p, N.Y., Arno Press, 1969 (reprint of the 1841 edition) [1734/3F]

Dumarest - Notes on Cochiti of New Mexico, by Noel Dumarest, 137-236p, Lancaster, Pa., published for the American Anthropological Association, 1919 [1746/2F]

Dunbar - A study of the suffrage of the Arizona & New Mexico Indian, by Laird J. Dunbar, 74p, Albuquerque, University of New Mexico, 1948 [1747/2F]

Dwight - Choctaw social welfare, by Principal Chief Ben Dwight, 6 leaves, Wash., distributed by the Board of Indian Commissioners as Bulletin No. 380, Apr. 2, 1931 [1754/1F]

Dyer - The Indians' land title in California, a case in Federal equity, 1851-1942, by Ruth C. Day, 67p, S.F., R.& E. Research Associates, 1975 [1755/1F]

Eastlick - Thrilling incidents of the Indian war of 1862, being a personal narrative of the outrages & horrors witnessed by Mrs. L. Eastlick in Minnesota, by L. Eastlick, unpaginated, (the text is apparently a contemporary account, written cic. 1864, reprinted cic. 1960 by the Minnesota Historical Society) [1759/1F]

Eastman - Seven & nine years among the Camanches & Apaches, an autobiography, by Edwin Eastman, 309p, Jersey City, N.J., C.Johnson, 1874 [1761/4F]

Ellison - The federal Indian policy in California, 1846-1860, by William H. Ellison, 253p, S.F., R.& E. Research Associates, 1974 (reprint of the author's 1913 thesis, University of California) [1774/3F]

Ewers - The story of the Blackfeet, by John C. Ewers, 68p, Haskell, Kan., Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1944 [1787/1F] " Single volume title, no log needed."

Farrand - Basis of American history, 1500-1900, by Livingston Farrand, 303p, N.Y., F.Ungar Publ. Co., 1964 (reprint of the 1904 edition) [1798/4F] " Single volume title, no log needed."

Feraca - The political status of the early bands of the modern communities of the Oglala Dakota, by Stephen E. Feraca, 26p, in "Museum News," V.27, Nos. 1-2, Vermillion, S.D., Univ. of S.D., S.D. Museum, Jan.- Feb., 1966 [1813/1F]

Fewkes - Preliminary report on a visit to the Navajo national monument in Arizona, by Jesse W. Fewkes, 35p, Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 50, Wash., GPO, 1911 [1817/1F]

Fischbacher - A study of the role of the federal government in the education of the American Indian, by Theodore Fischbacher, 519p, Tempe, Arizona State Univ., 1967 [1824/3F] A study of the role of the federal government in the education of the American Indian, by Theodore Fischbacher, 262p, S.F., R.& E. Research Associates, 1974 [1825/3F]

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Fitzpatrick - Fitzpatrick's Indian title chart, with a digest of the laws on alienation of the lands of the Five Civilized Tribes, by Kirby Fitzpatrick, 10p, Oklahoma City, Harlow Publ. Co., 1917 [1828/1F]

Fletcher - The Omaha Tribe, by Alice C. Fletcher, v.1 of 2 only, Lincoln, Univ. of Nebraska Press, 1972 (reprint of the 1911 edition) [1833/4F]

Foreman - Lore & lure of Eastern Oklahoma, by Grant Foreman, 78p, Muskogee, Okla., Muskogee Chamber of Commerce [1852/1F]

Gideon - Indian territory, descriptive, biographical, & geneological, including the landed estates, county seats, etc., with a general history of the territory, by D.C. Gideon, 956p, N.Y./Chicago, Lewis Publ. Co., 1901 [1917/12F]

Gilbert - The Cherokees of North Carolina, living memorials of the past, by William H. Gilbert, 529-555p, Library of Congress, History & General Research Div., Wash., (apparently printed by the Smithsonian Institution), n.d. [1923/1F]

Gottfredson - History of Indian depredations in Utah, by Peter Gottfredson, 352p, Salt Lake City, Press of the Skelton Publ. Co., c.1919 [1938/4F]

Grinnell - The Cheyenne Indians, their history & ways of life, by George B. Grinnell, v.1-2, Lincoln, Univ. of Nebraska Press, 1972 (reprint of the 1923 edition) [1967/10F] Log Button

Haas - Ten years of tribal government under the I.R.A., by Theodore H. Haas, in 3 pamphlets, Chicago, U.S. Indian Service, 1947 [1981/2F] Log Button

The Indian, the oldest skeleton in Uncle Sam's closet, by Theodore H. Haas, 11p, n.p., 1948? [1978/1F] The Indian & the law, by Theodore H. Haas, v.1-2, Wash., U.S. Indian Service, 1949 [1979/2F] Log Button

Should Indians vote? by Theodore H. Haas, Wash., 7+1p, Indian Service, 1949 [1980/1F]

Hadley - A birth certificate tells the facts! Give your child a permanent name! by J. Nixon Hadley, 16p, Phoenix, Ariz., Phoenix Indian Print Shop, 1948 [1983/1F]

Hale - The Iroquois book of rites, ed. by Horatio E. Hale, 222p, Philadelphia, D.G. Brinton, 1883 [1992/3F]

Hans - The great Sioux Nation, a complete history of Indian life & warfare in America, by Frederick M. Hans, 586p, Minneapolis, Ross & Haines, 1964 (a reprint, the earlier date is not given) [2007/6F]

Harper - Las tierras de los indios en los Estados Unidos, by Allan G. Harper, 54p, Wash., the National Indian Institute, Dept. of the Interior, 1943 [2025/1F]

Harrington, J.P. - The ethnogeography of the Tewa Indians, by John P. Harrington, 636p, extract from the U.S. Bureau of American Ethnology, 29th annual report, 1907-1908, Wash., GPO, 1916 [2026/8F]

Harrington, M.R. - Ancient life among the southern California Indians, by Mark R. Harrington, 38p, Los Angeles, Southwest Museum, 1955 [2027/1F]

Hart - A history from original sources by associated scholars, ed. by Bushnell Hart, v.1-12 & 14-27, N.Y./London, Harper & Bros., 1904-1908 [1069/114F] Log Button

Hewett et al - The physiography of the Rio Grande valley, New Mexico, in relation to Pueblo culture, by Edgar L. Hewett et al, 76p, Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 54, Wash., GPO, 1913 [2064/1F]

Hickerson - Land tenure of the Rainy Lake Chippewa at the beginning of the 19th century, by Harold Hickerson, iv+41+63p, Smithsonian Contributions to Anthropology, Smithsonian Press, V.2, No. 4, Wash., GPO, 1967 [2068/1F]

Hippler - Barrow & Kotzebue, an exploratory comparison of acculturation & education in two large northwestern Alaska villages, by Arthur E. Hippler, 64+10p, Minneapolis, the University of Minnesota Press, 1969 [2071/2F]

Hodge - Handbook of American Indians north of Mexico, by Frederick W. Hodge, Pts. 1-2 in 2 vols., Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 30, Wash., GPO, 1907-1910 [2080/24F] Log Button

Handbook..., 2nd copy, same wording as previous title, except for the fact that this is the 4th GPO impression, printed in 1912. (This edition was formerly included in LLMC's Native American Collection as Title No. 2081 on 24 microfiche. However, since it has been determined to be an exact duplicate of the previous title, it has been withdrawn from the fiche collection)

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Hoebel - The political organization & law-ways of the Comanche Indians, by Edward A. Hoebel, 149p, N.Y., Krauss Reprint, 1969 (reprint of an article which originally appeared as a supplement to No. 54 of the Memoirs of the American Anthropological Association, Menasha, Wis., 1940) [2092/2F] Human relations and the evolution of law, by Edward A. Hoebel, 22p, 17th annual Frederick William Reynolds Lecture, Salt Lake City, University of Utah, 1953 [2089/1F]

Hoskins - Report of the agent of the Penobscot Tribe of Indians for the year 1879, by Samuel W. Hoskins, 11p, Augusta, Maine, Sprague & Sons, printers to the State, 1880 [2109/1F]

Howard - The Ponca Tribe, by James H. Howard, 191p, Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 195, Wash., GPO, 1965 [2113/3F]

Indian Education, Selected Articles - Education for cross-cultural enrichment, selected articles on Indian education, 1952-1964, ed. by Hildegard Thompson & associates, 309p, Lawrence, Kan., Dept. of the Int., Bur. of Indian Aff., Branch of Ed., Publications Service, Haskell Institute, 1964 [2147/4F]

Iroquois League Of Six Nations - The great law of peace of the people of the longhouse, (Kaianere-kowa Hotinonsionne), n.a., drawings by John Fadden, 1 unpaginated volume, Akwesane, Mohawk Nation, Rooseveltown, N.Y.? White Roots of Peace, 1970? [2210/1F]

Jablow - The Cheyenne in Plains Indians trade relations, 1795-1840, by Joseph Jablow, 100p, No.19 in the series Monographs of the American Ethnological Society, New York, J.J. Augustine n.d., 1951? [2214/2F]

Jackson - Ramona, a story, by Helen Jackson, 2 vols. in 1, Boston, Little, Brown and Co., 1913 (First printing was in 1884) [2221/5F]

James - English institutions & the American Indian, by James A. James, 59p, part of the series Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical & Political Science, Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Press, 1894 [2228/1F]

Johnson, H. - Rural Indian Americans in poverty, by Helen V. Johnson, 27p, Wash., Economic Development Div., Economic Research Serv., Dept. of Agriculture, GPO, 1969 [2239/1F] American Indians in transition, by Helen V. Johnson, 27p, Wash., Economic Development Div., Economic Research Serv., Dept. of Agriculture, 1975 [2238/1F]

Johnson R. - Poverty & the legal process, by Ralph W. Johnson, v.1-2, Seattle, Univ. of Wash. School of Law, 1969 [2245/11F] Log Button

Poverty & the legal process, by Ralph W. Johnson, various pagination, Seattle, Univ. of Wash. School of Law, 1970 [2247/8F] Studies in American Indian law, by Ralph W. Johnson, Vol. II only, 451p, Seattle, Univ. of Wash. Sch. of Law, 1971 [2249/6F]

Johnston - An analysis of sources of information on the population of the Navajo, by Dennis F. Johnston, 220p, Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 197, Wash., GPO, 1966 [2253/3F]

Josephson - Use of the sea by Alaska natives, a historical perspective, by Karla Josephson, 95p, Anchorage, Arctic Environmental Information & Data Center, Univ. of Alaska, 1974 [2261/2F]

Kaut - The western Apache clan system, its origins and development, by Charles R. Kaut, 99p, Albuquerque, University of New Mexico, 1957 [2283/2F]

Kelly R. - American Indians in small cities, a study of urban acculturation in two northern Arizona communities, by Roger E. Kelly, 90p, Flagstaff, Northern Arizona University, 1966 [2289/2F]

Kelly, W. - Indian affairs & the Indian reorganization act, the twenty year record, by William H. Kelly, 39 leaves, Tuscon, University of Arizona, 1954 [2290/1F]

King - Conditions of Indians in the United States, speech of Senator William H. King, of Utah, Feb. 8, 1933, 72nd Cong., 2nd Sess., 76p, Wash., GPO, 1933 [2315/1F]

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Kip - The Indian Council at Walla Walla, May & June 1855, a journal, by Lawrence Kip, 28p, Eugene, Oregon, Star Job Office, 1897 [2320/1F]

Kirk - Reforms of the Indian Office and withdrawal of the federal supervision over Indian affairs, by Ruth F. Kirk, 10 leaves, n.p., 1945? [2321/1F]

Labadie - A statement containing data in support of the Osage Tribe of Indians' contention that the present federal supervision of their affairs should continue to Apr. 8, 1983. and as long thereafter as the minerals are produced in paying quantities, with the Osage Indians paying for said supervision, Nov. 15, 1953, prepared by George V. Labadie, 84 leaves, Pawhuska, Okla., Osage Tribal Council, 1953 [2354/1F] Statement on behalf of the Osage Tribal Council in support of legislation to extend the Osage Community mineral period beyond Apr. 8, 1983, prepared by George V. Labadie, 31 unpaginated leaves, n.p., dated Jan. 30, 1956 [2355/1F]

Laidlaw - Federal Indian land policy and the Fort Hall Indians, by Sally J. Laidlaw, 61p, Occasional Paper #3 of the Idaho State College Museum, Pocatello, Idaho, the Museum, 1960 [2361/1F]

Lane - Identity & treaty status of the Nooksack Indians, prepared for the U.S. Dept. of the Interior and the Nooksack Indian Tribe, by Barbara Lane, 28 leaves, Wash., Dept. of the Interior, 1974 [2368/1F]

Laymon - Survey of the Constitution & by-laws of the Oglala Sioux Tribe, by Oliver E. Laymon, 93 leaves, a study sponsored by the University of South Dakota, Vermilion?, n.p.,1955 [2380/3F]

Leupp - The Indian and his problem, by Francis E. Leupp, xiv+369p, from the Series in American Studies of the Program in American Studies of the Univ. of Minn., New York, C. Scribner's Sons, 1910 (reprinted in 1970 by Johnson Reprint Co.) [2406/4F]

Lipps - The case of the California Indians, by Oscar H. Lipps, 5+40p, Chemawa, Ore., U.S. Indian School Print Shop, 1932, [2428/1F]; Our national Indian problem & the chief factors in its solution, by Oscar H. Lipps, superintendent of the Sacramento Indian Agency, 15+4p, Chilocco, printed at the Indian Print Shop [2430/1F]

Long - Senator Bursum & the Pueblo Indian Land Act of 1924, by Anton V. Long, 60p, Albuquerque, University of New Mexico, 1949 [2438/2F]

McCaskill & McNickle - La politics de los Estados Unidos sobre los gobiernos tribales e las empresas communales de los indios, por Joseph C. McCaskill y D'arcy McNickle, 5+26+14p, Wash., Dept. of the Interior, National Indian Institute, 1942 [2458/1F]

McClintock, - Blackfoot warrior societies, by Walter McClintock, 30p, Los Angeles, Calif., Southwest Museum, 1937 [2459/1F]

McKenny - Biographical sketches & anecdotes of 95 of 120 principal chiefs from the Indian tribes of North America, by Thomas L. McKenny, 452p, Wash., Dept. of the Int., Bur. of Indian Aff., 1967 [2469/5F]

McKenzie - The Indian & citizenship, by Fayette A. McKenzie, 11p (reprinted from "The Red Man", 1912) [2472/1F]

Manypenny - Our Indian wards, by George W. Manypenny, 436p, Cincinnati, R. Clarke & Co., 1880 [2503/5F]

Merritt - The Indian Bureau's one hundredth anniversary, by Edgar B. Merritt, 5p, Phoenix, Ariz., Student-Apprentices, 1924, [2540/1F]; The American Indian & government Indian administration, by Edgar B. Merritt, 17p, Wash., Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1926 [2539/1F]

Miller - The effects of integration on rural Indian pupils, by Harold J. Miller, 140 leaves, Wash., U.S. Dept. of HEW, Office of Education, Bureau of Research, 1968 [2551/2F]

Mohr - Federal Indian relations, 1774-1788, by Walter H. Mohr, 247p, Philadelphia, Univ. of Pa. Press, 1933 (reprinted in N.Y. by AMS Press Reprint, 1971) [2603/3F]

Moore et al - Nutrition, growth, & development of North American Indian children, edited by William M. Moore & others, 246p, U.S. National Institutes of Health, Wash., GPO, 1972 [2849/3F]

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Murphy - Shoshone-Bannock subsistence & society, by Robert F. Murphy, 293-338p, Berkeley, Univ. of Calif. Press, 1960 [2644/1F]

Nash, J. - The new day for the Indians, a survey of the working of the Indian reorganization act of 1934, by Jay B. Nash, 47p, New York, Academy Press, 1938 [2653/1F]

Nash, P. - American Indians & the American society, by Philleo Nash, 6p, Wash., Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1965 [2654/1F]

Nash, R. - The government service program, its objectives; address to the Western Regional Conference of the National Fellowship of Indian Workers by Roy Nash, 29 leaves, Galilee, Lake Tahoe, Nev., Aug. 14, 1940, n.p. [2656/1F]

Nathan Associates - Implementing the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, prepared for the Alaska Native Foundation by Robert R. Nathan Associates, 306+29p, Wash., D.C., Apr., 1972, Anchorage, Alaska Native Foundation, 1972 [3049/7F]

Nelson - The Eskimo about the Bering Strait, by Edward W. Nelson, 518p, extract from the 18th annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology, Wash., GPO, 1899 [2795/8F]

The New Trail, 1941 - A book of creative writing by Indian students, revised 1953, no editor, 184p, Phoenix, U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs, Phoenix Indian School [2813/3F]

O'Bryan - The Dine; origin myths of the Navajo Indians, by Alleen O'Bryan, 187p, Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 163, Wash., GPO, 1956 [2852/3F]

Opler - Report on the history & contemporary state of aspects of Creek social organization & government, by Morris E. Opler, 43+4p, n.p., 1937 [2878/1F]

Orata et al - Fundamental education in an American Indian community, by Pedro Orata & the staff of the Little Wound Day School, 220p, Pine Ridge, S.D., Wash.?, Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1953? [2879/3F]

Painter - The condition of affairs in Indian Territory & California, a report, by Charles C.C. Painter, 114p, New York, AMS Press, 1976 (reprint of the 1888 edition) [2907/2F]

Paul - Historical & legal materials relative to the Tlingit & Haida claims act of 1935, by William L. Paul, 77p, Seattle, Faculty of the Law School, Univ. of Wash., 1939 [2924/2F]

Peterson - How well are Indian children educated? Summary of results of a three year program testing the achievement of Indian children in federal public & mission schools, by Shailer A. Peterson, 182p, Wash., U.S. Indian Service, 1948 [2945/1F]

Provinse - The withdrawal of Federal supervision of the American Indian, by John H. Provinse, 12+1 leaves, paper presented at the National Conference of Social Work, San Francisco, CA, Apr. 15, 1947, n.p., n.d. [2983/1F]

Radin - The Winnebago Tribe, by Paul Radin, 511p, Lincoln, Neb., Univ. of Neb. Press, 1970 [3009/7F]

Ray - Cultural relations in the plateau of northwestern America, by Verne F. Ray, 154p, Los Angeles, Calif., The Southwest Museum, 1939 [3011/2F]

Riggins - The Indian problem, 1957 supplement, an address delivered by J.A. Riggins before the 14th annual convention of the Colorado River Water Users' Association, Dec. 5, 1957, at Las Vegas, Nev., 20 leaves, n.p., n.d. [3043/1F]

Roberts - The village of the great Kivas on the Zu-i Reservation, New Mexico, by Frank H.H. Roberts, 197p, Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 111, Wash., GPO, 1932 [3050/3F]

Robinson - A history of the Dakota or Sioux Indians from their earliest traditions & first contact with white men to the final settlement of the last of them upon reservations and the consequent abandonment of the old tribal life, by Doane Robinson, 523p, Minneapolis, Ross & Haines, 1956 (reprint of the 1904 edition which was published by the State of Minnesota) [3052/6F]

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Royce - The Cherokee Nation of Indians, a narrative of their official relations with the colonial & federal governments, by Charles C. Royce, 121-378p, in the U.S. Bureau of American Ethonology, Fifth Annual Report, 1883-1884, Wash., the Bureau, 1887, [3078/3F]; Indian land cessions in the United States, by Charles C. Royce, 521-997p, in the U.S. Bureau of American Ethnology, Eighteenth annual report, 1896-1897, Wash., the Bureau, n.d. [3080/7F]

Sanchez - "The people," a study of the Navajos, by George I. Sanchez, 90p, Wash., the Indian Service, 1948 [3103/1F]

Sanders - Cases & materials on native law, by Douglas Sanders, 627p, n.p., 1974 [3105/7F]

Scalfe - History & conditions of the Catabaw Indians of South Carolina, by H. Lewis Scalfe, 16p, 71st Cong., 2nd Sess., Sen.Doc.No. 92, Wash., GPO, 1930 [3120/1F]

Schmeckebler - The Office of Indian Affairs, by Laurence F. Schmeckebler, xiv+591p, Brookings Institution Institute for Government Research Service Monograph No. 48, Baltimore, the Johns Hopkins Press, 1927 (An AMS Press reprint, 1972) [3124/7F]

Seger - Early days among the Cheyenne & Arapahoe Indians, 2nd ed., by John H. Seger, 155p, Norman, Okla., Univ. of Okla. Pr., 1956 [3141/2F]

Smith - American Indian civil rights handbook, a guide to the rights & liberties, under federal law, of Native Americans living on & off reservations, by Michael R. Smith, 96p, Clearinghouse publication No. 33, Wash., U.S. Civil Rights Commission, 1972 [3209/1F]

Sniffen & Carrington - The Indians of the Yukon & Tanana Valleys, Alaska, by Matthew K. Sniffen & Thomas S. Carrington, 35p, Phil., Indian Rights Association, 1914 [3213/1F]

Son of Former Many Beads - The Ramah Navajos, tl'ohchiniji diné kéédahat'iinii baa hane', by the Son of Former Many Beads, translated & edited by Robert W. Young, 34p, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Div. of Education, Historical Series No. 1, Phoenix Press, 1967 (Navajo & English combined version) [3223/1F]

Starr - Early history of the Cherokees, embracing aboriginal customs, religion, laws, folk lore & civilization, by Emmet Starr, 254p, Claremore, Okla?, n.p., c.1917 [3262/4F]

Stirling - Origin myth of Acoma and other records, by Matthew W. Stirling, 123p, Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 135, Wash., GPO, 1942 [3280/2F]

Swanton - Indian tribes of the lower Mississippi valley and adjacent coast of the Gulf of Mexico, by John R. Swanton, vi+387p, Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, Bull. 43, Wash., GPO, 1911 [3297/5F] Myths & tales of the southeastern Indians, by John R. Swanton, Smithsonian, Bureau Am. Eth., Bull. 88, x+275p, Wash., GPO, 1929 [3300/3F] Source material for the social & ceremonial life of the Choctaw Indians, by John R. Swanton, vii+282p, Smithsonian, Bur. Am. Eth., Bull. 103, Wash., GPO, 1931 [3301/4F] The Indians of the southeastern United States, by John R. Swanton, xiii+943p, Smithsonian, Bur. Am. Eth., Bull. 137, Wash., GPO, 1946 [3299/12F] The Indian tribes of North America, by John R. Swanton, vi+726p, Wash., Smithsonian, Bur. of Am. Eth., Bull. 145, Wash., GPO, 1952 [3296/9F]

Tatum - Our red brothers and the peace policy of President Ulysses S. Grant, by Lawrie Tatum, 366p, Philadelphia, J.C.Winston & Co., 1899 [3317/4F]

Taylor, S. - The origins of the Dawes Act of 1887, by Samuel Taylor, 74 leaves, n.p., 1927 [3320/1F]

Taylor, T. - The states & their Indian citizens, by Theodore W. Taylor, 307p, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Wash., GPO, 1972 [3324/4F]

Todd - Federal policy relating to the lands of the Five Civilized Tribes, 1865-1890, by Will R. Todd, 108 leaves, thesis submitted to the Okla. Sch. of Ag. & Applied Sci., Stillwater, Okla., n.p., 1957 [3371/3F]

Tyler - A history of Indian policy, by Samuel L. Tyler, 328p, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Wash., GPO, 1973 [3404/4F]

Underhill - Here come the Navajo! A history of the largest Indian tribe in the U.S., by Ruth M. Underhill, edited by Willard W. Beatty, 285p, n.p., 1950? [3414/3F]

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Van Valkenburgh - Navajo common law, by Richard Van Valkenburgh, 17-46p, reprint from Museum Notes, Museum of Northern Arizona, V.9, No. 4, n.p., n.d. [4367/1F]

Ward & Barlow - Your right to Indian welfare; a handbook on the BIA general assistance program, by Martha Ward & Sarah W. Barlow, 6+49p, Wash., U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, Clearinghouse Publication No. 45, 1973 [4400/1F]

Washburn - Cherokees "West," 1794-1839, by Cephas Washburn, 164p, Claremore, Okla., Emmet Starr, publisher, 1910 [4408/2F]

Wax - Indian education in eastern Oklahoma, a report of fieldwork among the Cherokee, by Murray L. Wax, 273 leaves, Wash., U.S. Dept. of HEW, Office of Education, Bureau of Research, 1969 [4429/3F]

Weeden - Indian money as a factor in New England civilization, by William B. Weeden, 51p, Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University, 1884 [4436/1F]

Weil - The legal status of the Indian, by Robert Weil, 76p, thesis, N.Y., Columbia University, 1888 (AMS Press Inc. 1975 reprint) [4439/1F]

White - The Pueblo of Sia, New Mexico, by Leslie A. White, xii+358p, Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 184, Wash., GPO, 1962 [4449/5F]

Wilkinson et al - The Menominee restoration act, 93rd Cong., lst sess., H.R. 7421 & S. 1687, legal analysis, by Charles F. Wilkinson et al, (some of the authors appear to be connected with the Native American Rights Fund, Boulder, Colo.), n.p., n.d., 1973? [4462/3F]

Williams & Leatherman - Indian housing in the U.S., a staff report on the Indian housing effort in the U.S., with selected appendices; prepared at the request of Senator Henry M. Jackson, Chairman, Senate Committee on Interior & Insular Affairs, by Thomas B. Williams & Robert D. Leatherman, vi+646p, 94th Cong., 1st Sess., Comm. Print, Wash., GPO, 1975 [4465/7F]

Wise - A plea for the Indian citizens of the United States, by Jennings C. Wise, Attorney for the Indian Board of Cooperation of California, 48p, Wash., n.p., 1925? [4485/1F]

Young - Historical backgrounds for modern Indian law & order, by Robert W. Young, 27p, Albuquerque, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Division of Law and Order, 1969 [4523/1F] Historical backgrounds for modern Indian law & order, compiled by Robert Young, 27p, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Div. of Law Enforcement Services, Wash., GPO, 1975 [4524/1F]

Young & Morgan - Navaho historical selections, selected, edited & translated from the Navajo by Robert W. Young & William Morgan, 209p, Phoenix, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Phoenix Indian Printshop, 1954 [4525/3F]

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Index 1
Native Tribes & Communities
(Listed separately and also grouped, where location is known, by U.S. state, Canadian province, etc.
Numerical references are to the page where a given item appears)

Absentee-Shawnee Tribes of Indians of Oklahoma: Constitution, etc., 1
Agua Caliente Band of Mission Indians: Constitution, etc., 1
Agua Caliente Reservation: Congressional docs., 21,22
Ak-Chin Indian Community: Congressional docs., 27
Akiak Native Community: Constitution, etc., 1
Alabama & Coushatta Tribes of Texas: Constitution, etc., 1
Alabama, State of, Indians: Treaties, 16
Alabama-Quarssarte Tribal Town, Okla.: Constitution, etc., 1
Alaska, State of, Native communities: Bibliographies, 45; Cong. docs., 22; 23; 24; 25; 27 Constitutions, etc., 1; 2; 3; 4; 5; 6; 7; 8; 9; 10; 11; 12; 13 State docs., 39 Treatises, 50; 54; 56; 57 U.S. exec. docs., 32; 34; 35; 36
Aleut Community of St. Paul Island: Constitution, etc., 1
All Indian Pueblo Council, N.M.: Constitution, etc., 1
Allegheney Indian Reservation: Congressional docs., 25
Angoon Community Association, Alaska: constitution, etc., 1
Annette Islands Reserve: Constitution, etc., 8; U.S. exec. docs., 32
Apache Indians: Constitutions, etc., 1; 5; 6; 10; 13; Periodical, 44; Treaties, 17; 18; 19; Treatises, 51; 52; 54; U.S. exec. docs., 30; 31; 34; 37;
Argentina: Relations with Indians, 49
Arizona, State of, Indians: Alcoholism, 14; Congressional docs., 24; 25; 27; Constitutions, etc., 4; 5; 6; 8; 9; 10; 13 Directory, 47; Judicial materials, 38; State docs., 39 State laws, 39 Studies, 44 Treatises, 52; 54; U.S.exec. docs., 29; 31; 34; 35; 36;
Arkansas, State of, Indians: U.S. exec. docs., 35
Arrapahoe Indians: Constitutions, 2; Cong. doc., 23; Treaties, 18; 19; Treatise, 57
Atka, Native Village of: Constitution, etc., 1
Bad River Band of the Lake Superior Tribe of the Chippewa Indians, Wis.: Constitution, etc., 1
Bannock Indians: Constitutions, etc., 11; 19; Treatise, 56; U.S. exec. docs., 30
Barrow Reservation, Alaska: U.S. exec. docs., 34
Barrow, Native Village of: Constitution, etc., 1; Treatise, 53
Bay Mills Indian Community, Mich.: Constitution, etc., 1
Big Valley Band of Pomo Indians of the Big Valley Rancheria, Calif.: Constitution, etc., 1
Big Valley Rancheria, Calif.: Constitution, etc., 1
Biloxi Indians: Dictionary, 46
Blackfeet Indians: Treatises, 50; 52; 55; U.S. exec. docs., 32
Blackfeet Tribe of the Blackfeet Indian Reservation, Mont.: Constitution, etc., 1
Bois Forte Band of Chippewa Indians, Minn.: Charter, 1
British Columbia, Indians: 48
British Honduras Indians: 48
Buckland, Native Village of: Constitution, etc., 1
Cachil Dehe Band of Wintun Indians of the Colusa Indian Community, Calif.: Constitution, etc., 1
Caddo Indian Tribe of Oklahoma: Constitution, etc., 1
Calapooia Indians: Treaties, 17
California, State of, Indians: Congressional docs., 21; 22; 23; Constitutions, etc., 1; 4; 5; 8; 10; 12; 13; Directory, 47; Education conference, 13; Judicial materials, 38; State docs., 39; State laws, 39; Treatises, 50; 51; 52; 53; 55; 56; U.S. exec. docs., 30; 33; 34; 35;
Callam Indians: Constitution, etc., 9
Camp McDowell Reservation: U.S. exec. docs., 31
Camp Verde Reservation: Constitution, etc., 13; State docs., 39
Canadian Indians: General, 48; Treaties, 5
Catabaw Indians: Constitution, etc., 1; Treatise, 57
Cayuga Indians: Constitutions, etc., 11; In Canada, 48
Central American Indians: 48
Central Plains Indians: U.S. exec. docs., 35
Chanega, Native Village of: Constitution, etc., 2
Cherokee Indians in Okla., United Keetowah Band of: Constitution, etc., 2
Cherokee Indians: Eastern Band , Chief's report, 14; Ordinances, 2; Conference with other tribe, 14;
Cherokee Nation: Constitutions, etc., 2; Judicial materials, 38; Treaties, 15; 16; 17; 19; Treatises, 52; 53; 57; 58; U.S. exec. docs., 29; 30; 31; 32;
Cheyenne Indians: Cong. doc., 27; Treaties, 18; 19; Treatises, 20; 53; 54; 57;
Cheyenne River Reservation: U.S. exec. docs., 35
Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe, S.D.: Constitution, etc., 2
Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma: Constitution, etc., 2
Chickasaw Nation: Constitutions, etc., 2 to 3; 13; Conference with other tribes, 14; Congressional docs., 27; Memorial on rights, 13; Rollbooks, 47; Treaties, 16; 17; 18; 19; U.S. exec. docs., 31; 32; 33;
Chilkat Indian Village: Constitution, etc., 3
Chilkoot Indian Association: Constitution, etc., 3
Chinantec Indians, Mexico, 49
Chippewa Cree Tribe of the Rocky Boy's Reservation, Mont.: Constitution, etc., 3
Chippewa Indians: Bibliography, 45; Constitutions, etc., 1; 5; 6; 7; 8; 10; 11; 13; Pres. message, 28; Treaties, 15; 16; 17; 18; 19; Treaties, Canada, 48; Treatise, 53; U.S. exec. docs., 30; 31; 36; 37;
Choctaw Nation: Conference with other tribes, 14; Congressional docs., 27; Constitutions, etc., 3 to 4, 8; 13; Dictionary, 46; Memorial on rights, 13; Rollbooks, 47; Treaties, 16; 17; 18; 19; Treatises, 51; 52; 57; U.S. exec. docs., 29; 31; 32; 33;
Cochiti Indians: Treatises, 50; 52
Coeur d'Alene Tribe of Indiana: Constitution, etc., 4
Coeur d'Alene Tribe of Indians, Idaho: Code, 4
Colorado River Indian Tribes of the Colorado River Reservation: Constitution, etc., 4
Colorado, State of, Indians: Constitutions, etc., 11; 12; State docs., 40; State laws, 39; U.S. exec. docs., 30
Colusa Indian Community: Constitution, etc., 1
Colville Indians: Congressional docs., 22; 23; 24; 25
Comanche Indians: Treaties, 17; 18; 19; Treatises, 52; 54; U.S. exec. docs., 31; 37
Coushatta Indians: Constitution, etc., 1
Covelo Indian Community, Calif.: Constitution, etc., 4
Covelo Indian Community, Round Valley Reservation, Calif.: Constitution, etc., 4
Cow Creek Indians: Treaty, 17
Cowlitz Indians: Congressional docs., 23
Craig Community Association of Craig, Alaska: Constitution, etc., 4
Cree Indians: Constitutions, etc., 3; Treaties, Canada, 48
Creek Nation: Constitutions, etc., 4 to 5; Conference, 14; Directories, 47; Gazettes, 47; Treaties, 16; 17; 19; Treatise, 56; U.S. exec. docs., 31; 32
Crow Creek Sioux Tribe of Fort Thompson, S.D.: Constitution, etc., 5
Crow Creek Tribe: Congressional docs., 21
Crow Indian Reservation, Mont.: Code, 5
Crow Indians: Congressional docs., 22; Laws & treaties, 5; Treaties, 19; 22; U.S. exec. docs., 30; 32; 34
Dakotah Indians: Bibliography, 45; Dictionaries, 46; Treaties, 18; 19; Treatises, 52; 56
Deering, Native Village of: Constitution, etc., 5
Delaware Indians: Treaties, 16; 17; 18; U.S. exec. docs., 29
Devils Lake Sioux Tribe, N.D.: Constitution, etc., 5
Diomede, Native Village of: Constitution, etc., 5
Douglas Indian Association, Alaska: Constitution, etc., 5
Duck Valley Reservation: Constitutions, etc., 11
Duckwater Shoshone Tribe, Duckwater Reservation, Nevada: Constitution, etc., 5
Dwamish Indians: Treaties, 18
Eastern Seaboard Indians: U.S. exec. docs., 35
Eastern Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma: Constitution, etc., 5
Elim, Native Village of: Constitution, etc., 5
Eskimo: Treatises, 51; 56
Fallon Indian Reservation: Congressional docs., 27
Five Civilized Tribes: Studies, 42; Treaties, 15; 19; Treatises, 53; 57; U.S. exec. docs., 31; 32; 33; 34; U.S. laws, 20; See also listings for Dawes Commission in Index B.
Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe, S.D.: Constitution, etc., 5
Flathead Indians: Treaties, 18; 19
Flathead Reservation, Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes of the: Constitution, etc., 5
Florida, State of, Indians: British relations with Seminoles, 48; Constitutions, etc., 11; Treaties, 16;
Fond du Lac Band of Chippewa Indians, Minn.: Charter, 5
Forest County Potawatomi Community, Wis.: Constitution, etc., 5
Fort Apache Indian Reservation: Constitution, etc., 13; State docs., 39
Fort Belknap Indian Community, Mont.: Constitution, etc., 5
Fort Belknap Indian Reservation: Congressional Docs., 25
Fort Berthold Reservation: Constitution, etc., 12; U.S. exec. docs., 34
Fort Bidwell Indian Community, California: Constitution, etc., 5
Fort Hall Reservation: Congressional docs., 21; Constitutions, etc., 11; Treaties, 19; Treatise, 55
Fort McDermitt Paiute & Shoshone Tribe, Nevada: Constitution, etc., 5
Fort McDowell Mojave-Apache Community, Arizona: Constitution, etc., 5
Fort McDowell Reservation: State docs., 39
Fort Thompson Indians: Constitution, etc., 5
Fort Yukon, Native Village of: Constitution, etc., 6
Fort Yuma Reservation: Constitutions, etc., 10
Fox Indians: Constitutions, etc., 10; Congressional docs., 25; Treaties, 17; 18
Gambell, Native Village of: Constitution, etc., 6
Georgia, State of: Indian treaties, 16; Judicial materials, 38; State laws, 40; Treatise, 52
Gila River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, Ariz: Conferences, 14; Constitution, etc., 6
Gila River Reservation: State docs., 39
Goshute Reservation, Confederated Tribes of the: Constitution, etc., 6
Grand Portage Band of Chippewa Indians, Minnesota: Charter, 6
Grande Ronde Community, Confederated Tribes of the: Constitution, etc., 6
Great Britain: Relations with Indians, 48;64
Great Lakes Indians: U.S. exec. docs., 35
Gulf Coast Indians: U.S. exec. docs., 35
Haida Community: Congressional docs., 25; 56
Hannahville Indian Community, Michigan: Constitution, etc.: 6
Havusupai Tribe, Havasupai Reservation, Arizona: Constitution, etc., 6
Hawaiians, Native: Congressional docs., 27
Holikachuk, Organized Village of: Constitution, etc., 6
Honduras, Indians: 48
Hoonah Indian Association, Alaska: Constitution, etc., 6
Hopi Indians: Common law, 51; Congressional docs., 22; 23; 24; 25; Indian administration, 20; Mineral rights, 14; U.S. exec. docs., 34; 35
Hopi Tribe, Arizona: Constitution, etc., 6
Hopi-Tewa Indians: Treatise, 52
Hualapai Tribe, Hualapai Reservation, Arizona: Constitution, etc., 6; State docs., 39
Hydaburg Cooperative Association, Alaska: Constitution, etc., 6
Idaho, State of, Indians: Constitutions, etc., 4; 7; 11; laws, 39; U.S. exec. docs., 30; 31
Incas: Spanish relations with, 49
Indian Territory: Councils & conventions, 14; Gazette, 47; Judicial, 38; Statutes, 20;
Indian Territory: Treatises, 53; 56
Indiana, State of, Indians: Constitutions, etc., 4; U.S. exec. docs., 29
Iowa Tribe in Nebraska & Kansas: Constitution, etc., 6
Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma: Constitution, etc., 6
Iowa, State of, Indians: Constitutions, etc., 10; State laws, 39
Ioway Indians: Treaties, 17
Iroquois Indians: Studies, 43; 48; Treatises, 50; 53; 54
Isleta Pueblo, N.M.: Constitution, 6
Jicarilla Apache Indians: U.S. exec. docs., 30
Jicarilla Apache Tribe, N.M.: Constitution, etc., 6
Kaibab-Paiute Reservation: State docs., 39
Kake Indians: U.S. exec. docs., 34
Kalispel Indian Community, Washington: Constitution, etc., 6
Kanatak, Native Village of: Constitution, etc., 6
Kanosh Band of Paiute Indians, Utah: Constitution, etc., 6
Kansas Tribe of Indians: Treaties, 18
Kansas, State of, Indians: Constitutions, etc., 6; 7; 9; 10; State laws, 39; Treaties, 18
Karluk, Native Village of: Constitution, etc., 6
Kasaan, Organized Village of: Constitution, etc., 7
Kashia Band of Pomo Indians, Stewarts Point Rancheria, California: Constitution, etc., 7
Kaskaskia Indians: Treaties, 19
Kaw Indians: U.S. exec. docs., 31
Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians: Constitution, etc., 2
Ketchikan Indian Corporation, Washington: Constitution, etc., 7
Keweenaw Bay Indian Community, Michigan: Constitution, etc., 7
Kialegee Tribal Town, Oklahoma: Constitution, etc., 7
Kickapoo Indians: Treaties, 16; 17; 18
Kickapoo Tribe in Kansas: Constitution, etc., 7
Kickapoo Tribe of Oklahoma: Constitution, etc., 7
King Island Native Community, Alaska: Constitution, etc., 7
Kiowa Indians: Treaties, 17; 18; 19; U.S. exec. docs., 31; 32; 37
Kiva, New Mexico: Treatise, 56
Kivalina, Native Village of: Constitution, etc., 7
Klamath Indians: Congressional docs., 22; 23; 24; 25; 26; 27; Treaties, 19
Klamath Indians: U.S. exec. docs., 31
Klawock Cooperative Association, Alaska: Constitution, etc., 7
Klawock Indians: U.S. exec. docs., 34
Klukwan Reservation, Alaska: U.S. exec. docs., 34
Kobuk Reservation, Alaska: 34
Kootenai Indians: Constitution, etc., 5; Treaties, 18
Kootenai Tribe of Idaho: Constitution, etc., 7
Kotzebue, Native Village of: Constitution, etc., 7; Treatise, 53
Koyuk, Native Village of: Constitution, etc., 7
Kwethluk, Organized Village of: Constitution, etc., 7
Kwunhagak, Native Village of: Constitution, etc., 7
Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians of Wisconsin: Constitution, etc., 7
Laguana, Pueblo of: Constitution, etc., 7
Lake Superior Chippewa Indians: Constitutions, etc., 10; Treaties, 17
Lake Superior Tribe of Chippewa Indians: Constitution, etc., 1; 7
Leech Lake Band of Chippewa Indians, Minnesota: Charter, 7
Louisiana, State of, Indians: 49
Lower Brule Indian Tribe: Congressional docs., 21; 22
Lower Brule Sioux Tribe, South Dakota: Constitution, etc., 7
Lower Sioux Indian Community, Minnesota: Constitution, etc., 7
Lummi Tribe, Lummi Reservation, Washington: Constitution, etc., 7
Maine, State of, Indians: State laws, 39; U.S. exec. docs., 29
Makah Indian Tribe, Washington: 8
Makah Tribe of Indians: Treaties, 18
Manchester Band of Pomo Indians, Manchester Rancheria, California: Constitution, etc., 8
Manitoba Indians: Treaties, 48
Maricopa Indians: Conferences, 14; Constitutions, etc., 6; 10
Mashpee Indians: Congressional docs., 27
Massachusetts, State of, Indians: Treaties, 16
Maya Indians: Treatise, 48
Mazatec Indians, Mexico, 49
Me-Wuk Indian Community of the Wilton Rancheira, California: Constitution, etc., 8
Me-Wuk Indians: Constitutions, etc., 12
Mekoryuk, Native Village of: Constitution, etc., 8
Menominee Indian Reservation: U.S. Exec. docs., 29
Menominee Indians: Congressional docs., 23; 24; 25; Treaties, 15; 16; 17
Menominee Indians: Studies, 44; Treatise, 58; U.S. exec. docs., 33
Mescalero Apache Reservation, N.M.: Constitution, etc., 1; Periodical, 44; U.S. exec. docs., 34
Metlakahtla Indians: U.S. exec. docs., 32
Metlakatla Indian Community, Annette Islands Reserve, Alaska: Constitution, etc., 8
Mexican Indians: 48; 49
Miami Indians: Treaties, 16; 17; U.S. exec. docs., 31
Miami Tribe of Oklahoma: Constitution, etc., 8
Michigan, State of, Indians: Constitutions, etc., 1; 6; 7; 10; Laws, 39; State docs., 40; Treaties, 16; Treatise, 52
Mille Lacs Band of Chippewa Indians, Minnesota: Charter, 8
Minnesota Chippewa Tribe: Constitution, etc., 8
Minnesota, State of, Indians: Bibliographies, 45; Cong. doc., 25; Constitutions, etc., 1; 5; 6; 7; 8; 9; 10; 13; Directory, 47; State docs., 40; State laws, 39; Treaties, 18; Treatise, 52; U.S. exec. docs., 28; 29; 31; 36
Minto, Native Village of: Constitution, etc., 8
Miskito Indians, Central America: 48
Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians: Constitution, etc., 8
Mississippi Indians: Constitutions, etc., 10
Mississippi, State of, Indians: Constitutions, etc., 8; Memorial on rights, 13; State laws, 40
Missouri, State of, Indians: Constitutions, etc., 10
Missourias Indians: Treaties, 16; 17
Moapa Band of Paiute Indians of the Moapa River Reservation, Nevada: Constitution, etc., 8
Modoc Indians: Congressional docs., 22
Mojave Indians: Constitutions, etc., 5
Mondoc Indians: Treaties, 19
Montana, State of, Indians: Congressional docs., 22; Constitutions, etc., 1; 5; 8; 11; State docs., 40; State laws, 39; Treaties, 19; U.S. exec. docs., 34; 35;
Muckleshoot Indian Tribe, Washington: Constitution, etc., 8
Munsee Indians: Constitution, etc., 12; 17; 18
Muskogee Indians: Judicial material, 38
Napakiak, Native Village of: Constitution, etc., 8
Navaho Indians: Dictionary, 46; Cong. docs., 20; 22; 23; 24; 25; 26; State docs., 39; Treaties, 19; Treatises, 51; 52; 54; 56; 57; 58; Tribal Council resolutions, 8; U.S. exec. docs., 14; 29; 33; 34; 35;
Nebraska, State of, Indians: Cong. doc., 27; Constitutions, etc., 6; 9; 10; 13; State doc., 40
Nevada, State of, Indians: Conference, 14; Constitutions, etc., 5; 8; 10; 11; 12; 13; State docs., 40; State laws, 39; Treatises, 50; U.S. exec. docs., 34
New Mexico, State of, Indians: Congressional docs., 21; Constitutions, etc., 1; 6; 7; 10; 12; Indian rights in, 13; State docs., 40; Studies, 43; Treatises, 52; 53; 56; 58; U.S. exec. docs., 29; 30; 34; 35
New York, State of, Indians: Conference on status of Indians, 14; Congressional docs., 25; State docs., 40 to 41; Studies, 42
Nez Perce Indians: Treaties, 18; 19; U.S. exec. docs., 31
Nicaragua, Indians: 48
Nikolski, Native Village of: Constitution, etc., 8
Nisqually Indian Community: Constitution, etc., 8
Nisqually Indians: U.S. exec. docs., 32
Noatak, Native Village of: Constitution, etc., 8
Nome Eskimo Community: Constitution, etc., 8
Nooksack Indians: Treatise, 55
Noorvik Native Community: Constitution, etc., 8
North America, Indian Tribes of: Constitutions, etc., 8
North Carolina, State of, Indians: Bibliog., 46; Constitu., etc., 2; Treatise, 53; U.S. exec. doc., 35
North Dakota, State of, Indians: Cong. docs., 22; 22; Constitutions, etc., 5; 12; Land conference, 13; State docs., 41; State laws, 39; Treaties, 19; U.S. exec. docs., 35
Northern Cheyenne Tribe of the Tongue River Reservation: Constitution, etc., 8
Northwest Indians: U.S. exec. docs., 35
Northwest Territories, Indians, Canada: Treaties, 48
Nunapitchuk, Native Village of: Constitution, etc., 9
Ofo Indians: Dictionary, 46
Ogala Sioux Tribe of the Pine Ride Reservation: Constitution, etc., 9
Oglala Dakota: Treatise, 52
Oglala Sioux Tribe: Studies, 44; Treatise, 55; U.S. exec. docs., 29; 35
Ojibewa Indians: Treaties, 48; with Canada, 48
Oklahoma Territory: Territorial docs., 41
Oklahoma, State of, Indians: Cong. doc., 22; Constitutions, etc., 1; 2; 5; 6; 7; 8; 9; 10; 11; 12; 13; Judicial, 38; Rollbook, 47; State doc., 39; 41; Studies, 42; Treaties, 15; Treatises, 53; 58; U.S. exec. docs., 29; 32; 33; 34; 35; 36; U.S. laws, 20
Omaha Tribe: Constitution, etc., 9; Treatise, 53
Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin: Constitution, etc., 9
Oregon, State of, Indians: Congressional docs, 24; Constitutions, etc., 6; 12; 13; State laws, 39; Treaties, 18; 19; U.S. exec. docs., 30; 33;
Osage Indians: Congressional docs., 22; 24; 25; Constitution, laws, etc., 9; Dictionary, 46; Judical materials, 38; Rollbook, 47; Treaties, 15; 19; Treatise, 55
U.S. exec. docs., 31; 32; 33; 34;
Ottawa Indians: Treaties, 18; 19
Ottawa Tribe of Oklahoma: Constitution, etc., 9
Ottoes Indians: Treaties, 16; 17
Paiute Indians: Cong. doc., 27; Constitu., etc., 5; 6; 8; 11; 13; U.S. exec. docs., 34
Palm Springs Band of Mission Indians: Congressional docs., 21; 22
Papago Indian Reservation: State docs., 39; U.S. exec. docs., 36;
Pawnee Tribe of Oklahoma: Constitution, etc., 9
Pend d'Oreilles, Upper, Indians: Treaties, 18
Penobscot Tribe: Treatise, 54
Peoria Indians: Treaties, 19; U.S. exec. docs., 31
Peoria Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma: Constitution, etc., 9
Pepago Tribe: Constitution, etc., 9
Perryville, Native Village of, Constitutions, etc., 9
Piankeshaw Indians: Treaties, 19
Pima Indians: Conferences, 14; Constitutions, etc., 6; 10
Pine Ridge Reservation: Cong. doc., 26; Constitution, 9; Studies, 44; U.S. exec. docs., 31; 35;
Point Hope, Native Village of: Constitution, etc., 9
Point Lay, Native Village of: Constitution, etc., 9
Pomo Indians, Upper Lake Band of: Constitution, etc., 9
Pomo Indians: Constitutions, etc., 1; 7; 8
Ponca Indians: Treatise, 54; U.S. exec. docs., 30
Ponca Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma: Constitution, etc., 9
Ponca Tribe of Native Americans (Nebraska): Constitution, etc., 9
Port Gamble Band of Callam Indians: Constitution, etc., 9
Port Gamble Indian Community: Constitution, etc., 9
Potawatomi Indians of Oklahoma, Citizen Band of: Constitution, etc., 9
Potawatomi Indians, Prairie Band of (Kansas): Constitution, etc., 9
Potawatomi Indians: Constitutions, etc., 5; 6; Treaties, 15; 16; 17; 19; U.S. exec. docs., 31
Prarie Island Indian Community (Minnesota): Constitution, etc., 9
Pueblo Indians: Cong. docs., 21; 27; Treatises, 43; 53; 55; Exec. docs., 34; 37
Puyallup Indians: U.S. exec. docs., 30
Puyallup Tribe of the Puyallup Reservation: Constitution, etc., 9
Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe: Constitution, etc., 10
Quapaw Indians: Treaties, 19; U.S. exec. docs., 31; 32; 33
Quartz Valley Indian Community: Constitution, etc., 10
Quassarte Indians: Constitution, etc., 1
Quechen Tribe of the Fort Yuma Reservation: Constitution, etc., 10
Quileute Tribe of the Quileute Reservation: Constitution, etc., 10
Quinaielt Indian Reservation: Congressional docs., 24
Quinault Tribe of Washington: Constitution, etc., 10
Quinauult Indians: Dictionary, 46
Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians: Constitution, etc., 10
Red Cloud Indian Agency: U.S. exec. docs., 29
Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians: Constitution, etc., 10
Red Lake Reservation: U.S. exec. docs., 36
Reno-Sparks Indian Community: Constitution, etc., 10
Rocky Boy's Reservation: Constitution, etc., 3
Rosebud Sioux Tribe: Constitution, etc., 10
Roswell Residential Training Center: Congressional docs., 24
Round Valley Reservation: Constitution, etc., 4
Sac & Fox Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma: Constitution, etc., 10
Sac & Fox Tribe of the Mississippi in Iowa: Constitution, etc., 10
Sac & Fox tribe of Missouri: Constitution, etc., 10
Sac Indians: Treaties, 17; 18; Congressional docs., 25
Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan: Constitution, etc., 10
Salish Indians: Constitution, etc., 5; U.S. exec. docs., 37; Salish in Canada, 48
Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community: Constitution, etc., 10
San Carlos Apache Tribe of Arizona: Constitution, etc., 10
San Carlos Reservation: State docs., 39
Santa Clara, Pueblo of: Constitution, etc., 10
Santee Sioux Tribe of Nebraska: Constitution, etc., 10
Saulteaux Tribe of Ojibbeway, Canada: Treaties, 48
Savoonga, Native Village of: Constitution, etc., 10
Saxman, Organized Village of: Constitution, etc., 11
Selawik, Native Village of: Constitution, etc., 11
Seminole Indians: Conference with other tribes, 14; Rollbook, 47; Treaties, 19; Treatise, 48; U.S. exec. docs., 32; War with U.S., 20
Seminole Tribe of Florida: Constitution, etc., 11
Seneca Indians: Congressional docs., 22; 25; Constitutions, etc., 11; Declaration, 14; Studies, 42; Treaties, 16; 19;
Seneca-Cayuga Tribe of Oklahoma, Constitution, etc., 11
Shageluk Native Village: Constitution, etc., 11
Shaktoolik, Native Village of: Constitution, etc., 11
Shawnee Indians: Constitutions, etc., 1; 5; Treaties, 16; 19; U.S. exec. docs., 30; 31
Shishmaref, Native Village of: Constitution, etc., 11
Shivwits Band of Paiute Indians: Constitution, etc., 11
Shoshone Indians: Congressional docs., 23; 27; Constitutions, etc., 5; 11; 12; 13; Treaties, 18; 19; Treatise, 56
Shoshone-Bannock Tribes of the Fort Hall Reservation: Constitution, etc., 11
Shoshone-Paiute Tribes of the Duck Valley Reservation: Constitution, etc., 11
Shoshone-Paiute Tribes of the Western Shoshone Reservation: Constitution, etc., 11
Shungnak Reservation, Alaska: U.S. exec. docs., 35
Shungnak, Native Village of: Constitution, etc., 11
Sia Pueblo, New Mexico: Treatise, 58
Siksika Indians (Montana): Law & order code, 11
Siletz Indian Tribe: Congressional docs., 27
Sioux Indians: Congressional docs., 20; 22; Constitutions, etc., 2; 5; 7; 9; 10; 11; Study, 44; Treaties, 15; 18; 19; Treatises, 53; 55; 56 U.S. exec. docs., 29; 30; 31; 34; 35; 37;
Sisseton-Wahpeton Sioux tribe: Constitution, etc., 11
Sitka Community Association: Constitution, etc., 11
Skokomish Indian tribe: Constitution, etc., 11
Snake Indians: Treaties, 19
Sokaogan Chippewa Community: Constitution, etc., 11
South America, Indians: 48
South Carolina, State of, Indians: Constitution, etc., 1; State docs., 41; Treatise, 57
South Dakota, State of, Indians: Congressional docs., 21; 22; 26; Constitutions, etc., 2; 5; 7; 9; 10; 11; State docs., 39; 41; Studies, 43; 44; U.S. exec. docs., 31; 35;
Southern Ute Tribe of the Southern Ute Reservation: Constitution, etc., 11
Spanish Colonies: Relations with Indians, 49
Spokane Indians: Studies, 44
Spokane Tribe of the Spokane Reservation: Constitution, etc., 11
St, Michael, Native Village of: Constitution, etc., 10
St. Croix Chippewa Indians of Wisconsin: Constitution, etc., 10
St. Paul Island Aleut Community: Constitution, etc., 1
Standing Rock Indian Reservation: U.S. exec. docs., 35
Standing Rock Tribe of Indians: Congressional docs., 22
Stebbins Community Association: Constitution, etc., 11
Stevens, Native Village of: Constitution, etc., 12
Stewart's Point Rancheria, Calif: Constitution, etc., 7
Stockbridge Nation: Treatise, 52
Stockbridge Munsee Community: Constitution, etc., 12
Stockbridge-Munsee Tribe: Treaties, 15; 17
Sumo Indians, Central America: 48
Suquamish Indians: Treaties, 18
Swinomish Indian Tribal Community: Constitution, etc., 12
Tanacross, Native Village of: Constitution, etc., 12
Tanana, Native Village of: Constitution, etc., 12
Taos Indians: Congressional docs., 25
Tatitlek, Native Village of: Constitution, etc., 12
Te-Moak Bands of Western Shoshone Indians: Constitution, etc., 12
Tennessee, State of, Indians: State laws., 41
Tetlin, Native Village of: Constitution, etc., 12
Tewa Indians: Treatise, 53
Texas, State of, Indians: Constitutions, etc., 1; Spanish colonial docs., 49; State docs., 41
Thlopthlocco Tribal Town: Constitution, etc., 12
Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation: Constitution, etc., 12
Tlingit Community: Congressional docs., 25; Treatise, 56
Tongue River Reservation: Constitution, etc., 8
Tonkawa Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma: Constitution, etc., 12
Tulalip Tribes: Constitution, etc., 12
Tule River Indian tribe: Constitution, etc., 12
Tununak, Native Village of: Constitution, etc., 12
Tuolumne Band of Me-Wuk Indians of the Tuolumne Rancheria: Constitution, etc., 12
Tyonek, Native Village of: Constitution, etc., 12
Umatilla Indians: Congressional docs., 25; 27
Umatilla Reservation, Confederated Tribes of: Constitution, etc., 12
Umpqua Indians: Treaties, 17
Unalakleet, Native Village of: Constitution, etc., 12
Unitah & Ouray Agency: U.S. exec. docs., 33
Unitah & Ouray Reservation: Constitution, etc., 12
Upper Lake Rancheria, California: Constitution, etc., 9
Utah Indians: Treaties, 18
Utah, State of, Indians: Constitutions, etc., 6; 11; 12; Studies, 44; Treatise, 53
Ute Indian tribe of the Unitah & Ouray Reservation: Constitution, etc., 12
Ute Indians: Constitution, etc., 11; Treaties, 19; U.S. exec. docs., 30; 33
Ute Mountain Tribe of the Ute Mountain Reservation: Constitution, etc., 12
Venetie, Native Village of: Constitution, etc., 12
Vermont, State of, Indians: State laws, 39
Wahpeton Indians: Constitution, etc., 11
Walapai Indians: Congressional docs., 24
Wales, Native Village of: Constitution, etc., 13
Walker River Paiute Tribe of Nevada: Constitution, etc., 13
Warm Springs Reservation of Oregon, Confederated Tribes of: Constitution, etc., 13
Warm Springs Tribe: Treatise, 50
Washington, State of, Indians: Congressional docs., 24; Constitutions, etc., 6; 7; 8; 9; 10; 11; 12; Treaties, 18; State docs., 41; State laws, 39; Studies, 44; U.S. exec. docs., 29; 37;
Washo Indians: Treatise, 50
Washoe tribe of the States of Nevada & California: Constitution, etc., 13
Weas Indians: Treaties, 19
Western Shoshone Reservation: Constitutions,etc., 11
White Earth Band of Chippewa Indians, Charter, 13
White Earth Reservation: Directory, 47
White Horse Reservation: Congressional docs., 21
White Mountain Apache tribe of the Fort Apache Reservation: Constitution, etc., 13
White Mountain, Native Village of: Constitution, etc., 13
Willamette Valley Indians: Treaty, 17
Wilton Ranchieria: Constitution, etc., 8
Wind River Reservation: Congressional docs., 23; 34
Winnebago Indians: Treaties, 16; 17; 18; Treatise, 56
Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska: Constitution, etc., 13
Wintun Indians: Constitutions, etc., 1
Wisconsin, State of, Indians: Congressional docs., 25; Constitutions, etc., 1; 5; 6; 7; 9; 10; 11; 12; State docs., 41; State laws, 39; Studies, 44
Witchetaw Indians: Treaties, 17
Wrangell Cooperative Association: Constitution, etc., 13
Wyandot Indians: Treaties, 16; 17; 19; U.S. exec. docs., 31
Wyandotte Tribe of Oklahoma: Constitution, etc., 13
Wyoming, State of, Indians: Constitutions, etc., 11; State laws, 39; 41; U.S. exec. docs., 31; 34; 35
Yakima Indians: Treaties, 17; 18; Congressional docs., 22; 25; U.S. exec. docs., 31
Yavapai-Apache Indian Community, Camp Verde Reservation: Constitution, etc., 13
Yerington Paiute Tribe of Nevada: Constitution, etc., 13
Yomba Shoshone Tribe of the Yomba Reservation: Constitution, etc., 13
Zia, New Mexico: Treatise, 51
Zuni Indians: U.S. exec. docs., 34
Zuni Reservation, New Mexico: Treatise, 56

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Index 2
Authors & Proper Names
(Numerical references are to the page/line where a given name appears)


Abel, Annie H., author, 50
Adair, James, author, 50
Adams, John Q, President: Treaties, 16
Adams, Roger, author, 50
Akweks, Aren, author, 50
Alaska, Univ. of, publications, 42
All Indian Pueblo Council, author, 13
American Indian Defense Assn., pubs., 42
American Indian Policy Rev. Comm., 28
American Indian Task Force, author, 13
Ames, John, author, 50
Anderson, Kenneth E., author, 50
Arizona State Univ., Tempe, pubs., 42
Arnold, Winton C., author, 50
Arthur, Chester, President: Message, 28
Association on Am. Indian Affairs, pubs., 42
Aubba-nauba, Pottawatamie chief, 17
Aurbach, Herbert A., editor/author, 43
Ayer, Edward E., author, 29; 45
Badcock, William T., author, 48
Barber, Ruth K., author, 49
Barnett, Homer G., author, 48
Barnett, Jackson, suit regarding, 38
Barney, Ralph A., compiler, 9
Barrett, S.A., author, 50
Barrow, Sarah W., author, 58
Barrows, William, author, 50
Bass, Willard P., author, 50
Beatty, Donald R., author, 50
Beatty, Willard W., editor, 50; 57
Benedict, Ruth F., author, 50
Bennett, John E., author, 50
Bennett, Robert L., author, 35
Berkson, Barry K., author, 50
Berry, Brewton, bibliographer, 45
Big Snake, Ponca chief, 30
Biggs, Arthur V., author, 50
Blauch, Lloyd E., author, 51
Bledsoe, Samuel T., author, 51
Blunt, Joseph, author, 51
Board of Indian Commissioners, author, 29
Boaz, Franz, dictionary compiler, 46
Bolton, Herbert E., compiler, 49
Bonnjera, Siren, indexer, 47
Bounds, Thelma V., author, 51
Bowles, Samuel, author, 51
Breur, Ernest H., bibliographer, 45
Brigham Young Univ., publications. 42
Brophy, William A., 24; address, 51
Brown, Ray A., chairman, 51
Brugge, David M., author, 51
Buchanan, J., President: Treaties, 18
Bunge, Carlos O., author, 49
Burge, Morris S., author, 35
Burke, Charles H., author, 32
Bursum, Senator, Indian land act, 55
Buttee, George C.F., author, 38
Byington, Cyrus, dictionary compiler, 46
California, University of, publications, 42
Campbell, John B., directories, 47
Carpenter, Edmund S., author, 51
Carrington, Henry B., author, 51
Carrington, Thomas S., coauthor, 57
Cass, General Lewis, 16; author, 51
Catlin, George, author, 51
Cavender, Chris C., author, 43
Census Bureau, U.S., author, 29
Chambers, Reld Peyton, author, 38
Chikasaw Commission, compiler, 3
Chipnian, Norton P., argument of, 30
Citizen's Alcoholism Committee, author, 14
Civil Rights Commission, U.S., 29
Clute, James, author, 51
Cohen, Felix S., author, 34; 35; 49
Colfax, Speaker of U.S. House, 51
Collier, John, commissioner. of Ind. Af., 33
Colorado, Univ. of Northern, pubs., 42
Colosimo, E. Thomas, author, 51
Colton, Harold S., author, 51
Combes, L. Madison, author, 35
Comm. on Reog. Exec. Branch Gov., U.S., 29 Comm. to Five Civilized Tribes: see Dawes Comm.
Competition Bureau, U.S., author, 29

Comptroller General, U.S., author, 28
Conzemius, Eduard, author, 48
Coombs, L. Madison, author, 51
Covington, James V., author, 48
Cox, Z. Simpson, tribal attorney, 14
Craig, Gregory W., author, 42
Cremony, John C., author, 51
Crocchiola, Stanley F., author, 51
Crocker, J. DeRue, indexer, 47
Croissant, Victor G., co-author, 29
Crow, Joe Medicine, co-author, 5
Cumming, Peter A., coeditor, 48
Dancing Rabbit Creek Treaty, 16
Davidson, John N., author, 52
Dawes Commission: 19; 29; 31; Treatises, 38; 57
Debo, Angie, author, 42
Decker, A., author, 52
DeGeydnt, Willy, co-author, 43
Delonia, Jr., Vine, author, 37; 52
DeMallie, Raymond, author, 37
Densmore, Frances, author, 52
DePuy, Henry F., bibliographer, 45
DeRenne, Wymberly J., author, 52
Devine, Gretchen P., recorder, 14
Dixon, Roland B., illustrator, 46
Dockstader, Frederick J., bibliographer, 45
Dorsey, James A., author, 52
Dorsey, James O., compiler, 46
Dozier, Edward P., author, 52
Drake, Benjamin, author, 52
Drilling, Laverne, author, 42
Duhamei, Roger, author, 48
Dumarest, Nolel, author, 52
Dunbar. Laird J., author, 52
Dustin, Fred, author, 16
Dwight, Chief Ben, author, 52
Dyer, Ruth C., author, 52
Eastlick, L., author, 52
Eastman, Edwin, author, 52
Efficiency Bureau, U.S., author, 29
Eliot, Samuel A., author, 29
Ellison, William H., author, 52
Emmons, Glen L., speeches, 35
Erdman, Joyce M., author, 41
Everett, E.A., chair, N.Y.St. Indian Comm., 41
Ewasiuk, William J., co-author, 43
Ewers, John C., author, 52
Faber, William O., author, 43
Fadden, John, illustrator, 54
Farrand, Livingston, author, 52
Fay, George E., 8; 15; 20; 42
Feraca, Stephen E., author, 52
Fewkes, Jesse W., author, 52
Fields, Thomas W., bibliographer, 45
Fink, Myron, bibliographer, 45
Finley, Amanda H., author, 35
Fischbacher, Theodore, author, 52, 53
Fitzpatrick, Kirby, author, 53
Fitzpatrick, W.S., compiler, 15
Flaherty, Robert, eskimo art collector, 51
Fletcher, Alice C., author, 53
Foreman, Grant, author, 53
Fox, George E., author, 34
France, Floyd L., author, 38
Friends, Society of, publications, 42
Gaines, George S., author, 16
Gann, Thomas E.F., author, 48
Gannett, Henry, gazeteer, 47
Gideon, D.C., author, 53
Gilbert, William H., author, 53
Gottfredson, Peter, author, 53
Grady, John M., litigant, 38
Grant, U., Pres.: Treaties, 19; Policy, 57
Grinnell, George B., author, 53
Grinnell, Ira A., author, 44
Haas, Theodore H., author, 53
Hadley, J. Nixon, author, 53
Hagerman, H.J., report, 33
Halbert, Henry S., coeditor, 46
Hale, Horatio E., editor, 53
Hans, Frederick M., author, 53
Harkins, Arthur M., bibliographer, 45
Harper, Allan G., author, 53
Harrington, John P., author, 53
Harrington, Mark R., author, 53
Harrison, B., President: treaties, 19
Hart, Bushnell, editor, 53
Hastain, E., publisher, 47
Havinghurst, Robert J., author, 43
Hawkins, Arthur M., author/editor, 43
Herrington, H.E., author, 43
Heselian, George J., author, 30
HEW, U.S., Off.of Ed., author, 29
Hewett, Edgar L., coauthor, 53
Hewlett, Leroy, bibliographer, 45
Hickerson, Harold, author, 53
Hill, Edward E., bibliographer, 45
Hippler, Arthur E., author, 42; 53; 45
Hitchcock, Ethan A., Sec. of Int., 27
Hodge, Frederick W., author, 53; 54
Hoebel, Edward A., author, 54
Holtz, R.D., author, 34
Hoskins, Samuel W., author, 54
Howard, James H., author, 54
Ickes, Harold I., author, 34
Indian Rights Association, pubs., 42
Institute for the Develop. of Indian Law, 15
Israel, Daniel H., co-author, 43
Jablow, Joseph, author, 54
Jackson, A., President: Treaties, 16 to 17
Jackson, Helen, author, 54
James, James A., author, 54
Jefferson, T., President: Treaties, 16
Johnson, A., Pres.: Treaties, 18; 19; 28
Johnson, Helen V., author, 54
Johnson, Ralph W., author, 54
Johnston, Dennis F., author, 54
Jones, Richard S., author, 28
Josephson, Karla, author, 54
Kappler, Charles J., compiler & editor, 15
Karamessines, Susan, bibliographer, 45
Kartus, Sidney, author, 38
Kaut, Charles R., author, 54
Keller, Charles A., bibliographer, 45
Kelly, Roger E., author, 54
Kelly, William H., author, 54
Kelsay, Laura E., bibliographer, 45
Kent, Calvin A., author, 44
Kent, Chancellor, opinion, 38
King, William H., Senator, speech, 54
Kip, Lawrence, author, 55
Kirk, Ruth F., author, 55
Labadie, George V., author, 38; 55
LaFarge, Oliver, author, 34
LaFlesche, Francis, compiler, 46
Laidlaw, Sally J., author, 55
Landman, A.M., author, 34
Lane, Barbara, author, 55
Langone, Stephen A., author, 28
Laymon, Oliver E., author, 55
Leahy, T.J., author, 38
Leatherman, Robert D., coauthor, 58
Left Handed Mexican Clansman, author, 35
Leupp, Francis E., author, 55
Library of Cong., Legis. Ref. Serv., 28
Lincoln, A., President: treaties, 18
Lipps, Oscar H., author, 55
Long, Anton V., author, 55
Long, Eugene E., compiler, 47
Lumkin, Wilson, Georgia politician, 52
Madison, J., President: Treaties, 16
Manypenny, George W., author, 55
Margold, Nathan R., author, 34
Marinsek, Edward A., author, 43
Martin, John H., bibliographer, 45
McCain, G.M., author, 38
McCaskill, Joseph C., coauthor, 55
McClintock, Walter, author, 55
McDowell, Jr., William L., editor, 41
McDowell, Malcolm, compiler, 29
McKellop, A.P., compiler, 4
McKenny, Thomas L., 16; author, 55
McKenzie, Fayette A., author, 55
McLaughlin, James, report, 32
McNickle, D'arcy, coauthor, 55
Meaders, Margaret, author, 43
Menominee Indian Study Comm., pubs., 44
Merritt, Edgar B., author, 55
Mesquaw-buck, Pottawatamie Chief, 17
Mickenberg, Neil H., coeditor, 48
Miller, Harold J., author, 55
Minnesota Citizens' Rev. Comm., pubs., 42
Minnesota, Univ. of, pubs., 42 to 43
Mizen, Mamie L., author, 24
Modrow, Ruth H., dictionary compiler, 46
Mohr, Walter H., author, 55
Monroe, J., President: Treaties, 16
Montana State University, pubs., 43
Moore, J.Read, compiler, 47
Moore, William M., coeditor, 55
Morgan, William, translator, 46; author, 58
Morris, Alexander, compiler,48
Mott, M.L., compiler, 38
Murchison, Kenneth S., compiler, 38
Murphy, Robert F., author, 56
Nash, Jay B., author, 56
Nash, Philleo, author, 56
Nash, Roy, author, 56
Nathan, Robert R., Associates, author, 56
National Conf. of Social Work, pubs., 43
National Welfare Rights Org., pubs., 43
Native Am. Rights Fund, pubs., 43
Nelson, Edward W., author, 56
New Mexico Indian Commun. Act. Proj., 44
New Mexico, University of, pubs., 43
N.Y. St. Museum & Sci. Serv., pubs., 43
Newberry Library, bibliography, 45
Newman, Charles, litigant, 38
O'Bryan, Alleen, author, 56
Opler, Morris E., author, 56
Orata, Pedro, coauthor, 56
Otis, Joseph E., author, 32
Painter, Charles C.C., author, 56
Parker, Judge I.C., 38
Paul, William L., author, 56
Payne, John N., author, 38
Penn, William, letter on Indians, 48
Pereira, Juan de Solorzano, author, 49
Perkins, David, bibliographer, 45
Perryman, L.C., compiler, 4
Peters, Richard, compiler, 38
Peterson, Shailer A., author, 56
Pierce, F., President; Treaties, 17
Polk, J., President: Treaties, 17
Press, Daniel S., co-author, 5
Preston, Porter J., author, 33
Prodipto, Roy, author, 44
Provinse, John H., author, 56
Radin, Paul, author, 56
Ray, Verne F., author, 56
Relander, Click, author, 17
Rentie, W.A., compiler, 4
Rifkind, Simon H., special master, 38
Riggins, J.A., speech, 56
Riggs, Stephen R., dict. compiler, 46
Roberts, Frank H.H., author, 56
Robinson, Doane, author, 56
Roosevelt, T., President: treaties, 19
Royce, Charles C., author, 57
Ryan, W. Carson, bibliographer, 46
Sabatini, Joseph D., bibliographer, 46
Sanchez, George I., author, 57
Sanders, Douglas, author, 57
Sapir, Edward, illustrator, 46
Scalfe, H. Lewis, author, 57
Schmeckibler, Laurence F., author, 57
Schoenfeld, William A., author, 35
Schten, Edward V., author, 44
Seger, John H., author, 57
Sinclair, R.V., author, 48
Smith, Archilla, defendant, 38
Smith, Michael R., author, 57
Smithson, Thomas L., co-author, 43
Sniffen, Matthew K., coauthor, 57
Son of Many Former Beads, author, 57
South Dakota, St. Univ. of, pubs., 43
South Dakota, Univ. of, publications, 44
Spindel, Donna, bibliographer, 46
Sprague, Linda M., co-author, 43
Starr, Emmett, author, 57
Stephens, Harry R., author, 43
Steward, Julian H., author, 48
Stirling, Matthew W., author, 57
Strong, Nathaniel T., author, 42
Stuart, C.G., 38
Swanton, John , 46; 57
Tanis, Norman, bibliographer, 45
Tatum, Lawrie, author, 57
Taylor, Samuel, author, 57
Taylor, Theodore W., 36; 57; 47
Tecumseh, Indian chief, life of, 52
Thompson, Hildegard & Asso., editors, 54
Thompson, Laura, author, 35
Tinker, Sylvester, compiler, 47
Todd, Will R., author, 57
Tooker, Elisabeth, editor, 43
Turnbull, Walter J., author, 35
Tyler, J., President: Treaties, 17
Tyler, Samuel L., author, 42; 57
Ullom, Judith, bibliographer, 46
Underhill, Ruth M., author, 34; 57
University Consortium, publications, 44
Valentine, R.G., Comm. Ind. Af., speech, 32
Van Buren, M., President: Treaties, 17
Van Valkenburgh, Richard, author, 58
Varley, Frederick, illustrator, 51
Varner, John G. & J.J., translators, 49
Vasquez, Ramon F., author, 48
Wall, Leon, dictionary compiler, 46
Ward, Martha, author, 58
Washburn, Cephas, author, 58
Washington State Univ., publications, 44
Washington, Univ. of, publications, 44
Watkins, W.K., author, 23
Watson, D.C., compiler 4; 5
Waw-ke-wa, Pottawatamie chief, 17
Wax, Murray L., author, 58
Webb, Vincent J., bibliographer, 46
Weeden, William B., author, 58
Weil, Robert, author, 58
Wetmore, Charles A., report author, 30
White, Leslie A., author, 58
Wilkinson, Charles F., coauthor, 58
Williams, Thomas B., coauthor, 58
Williamson, William, remarks, 32
Winfrey, Dorman H., editor, 41
Wis. Citizens Nat. Res. Assn., pubs., 44
Wis. St. Univ., Museum Anthro. pubs., 44
Wise, Jennings C., author, 58
Woods, Richard G., author, 42
Work, Hubert, Sec. of Int., speech, 32
Young, R. W., 35; 36; 57; 58
Zimmerman, J., William, author, 33

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Index 3 Titles
(Official documents such as hearings, laws, proceedings, regulations, reports, speeches, treaties, etc. are not referenced in Index Three unless they have acquired particularly distinctive popular names. Check instead Indexes 1, 2 & 4. Titles containing only undistinctive words are referenced in Index Four. Numerical references are to the page/line where a work appears. Initial articles & some other non-key words are omitted)

Across the continent, a summer's journey ..., 51
Adair's history of the American Indian, 50
Agencies under the juris. of Of. Ind. Af., 47
Am Indians on reservations in the U.S ..., 51
Am. Indian & the American civil judiciary, 50
Am. Indian civil rights handbook ..., 57
Am. Indian education, selected bibliog., 45
Am. Indian high school grads. in the S.W., 50
Am. Indian in graduate studies ..., 45
Am. Indian, a select bibliography, 45
Am. Indian, select catalog, Nat. Archives, 46
Am. Indians & American society, 56
Am. Indians in small cities ..., 54
Am. Indians, an annotated bibliography, 45
American Indian Law Newsletter, 44
Amerindian, 44
Ancient life among the California Indians, 53
Answers to questions, American Indians, 46
Apache Scout, 44
Appeal to the Christian community ..., 42
Application of assimilative crimes act ..., 50
Assimilation of the Spokane Indians, 44
Ayer's collection catalog, 45
Basic criminal law, 50
Basis of American history, 1500-1900, 52
BIA Education Research Bulletin, 44
Bibliography of Eng. colonial treaties..., 45
Biographical sketches of ... 95 chiefs ..., 55
Birth certificate tells the facts ..., 53
Blackfoot warrior societies, 55
Brief survey of Hopi common law, 51
Campbell's Creek abstracts, 47
Cartographic records in National Archives, 45
Case of the California Indians, 55
Cases & materials on native law, 57
Cherokee nation of Indians, 57
Cherokees "West," 1794-1839, 58
Cherokees of North Carolina ..., 53
Cheyenne in Plains Indians trade relations, 54
Cheyenne Indians ... history & ways ..., 53
Chippewa & Dakota Indians, subject cat., 45
Choctaw social welfare, 52
Condition of affairs in Ind. Terr. & Calif., 56
Conditions of Indians in the U.S., 54
Cultural relations ... plateau of N.W. Am., 56
D.N.A in action, 44
De Indiarum jure, sive de justa Indiarum ..., 49
Derecho indigine, contribucion espanola ..., 49
Dictionary of the Biloxi & Ofo languages, 46
Dictionary of the Choctaw language, 46
Dictionary of the Dakota language, 46
Dictionary of the Navajo language, 46
Dictionary of the Osage language, 46
Dictionary of the Quinauult language, 46
Dine, origin myths of the Navajo Indians, 56
Early days among the Cheyenne ..., 57
Early history of the Cherokees ..., 57
Education for action, selected articles, 50
Education of Am. Indians, literature survey, 45
Educational achievement, Indian children ..., 50
Educational service for Indians, 51
Effect of integration on rural Indian pupils, 55
English institutions & the American Indian, 54
Erosion of Indian rights, 1950-53 ..., 35
Eskimo about the Bering Strait, 56
Eskimo acculturation, a selected bibliog., 45
Eskimo, 51
Essay towards an Indian bibliography, 45
Ethnology of the Tewa Indians, 53
Facts & future; econ. devel. Nat. Am. ..., 50
Federal & state Indian reservations..., 47
Federal Indian land policy ... Ft. Hall Ind., 55
Federal Indian policy in Calif., 1846-60, 52
Federal Indian relations, 55
Federal policy rela. to 5 Civilized Tribes, 57
Fitzpatrick's Indian title chart ..., 53
Florida of the Inca ..., 49
Folklore of North Am. Indians, bibliog., 46
Fundamental ed. in an Am. Indian commun., 56
Gazeteer of the Indian Territory, 47
Great law of peace ... people of longhouse, 54
Great Sioux Nation, complete history ..., 53
Handbook of American Indian languages, 46
Handbook of Am. Indians north of Mexico, 53
Handbook of Federal Indian law, 34
Handbook of Indian welfare rights, 43
Handbook of South American Indians, 48
Handbook of state laws of descent, etc., 39
Handbook, parliamentary proc., Nat. orgs., 39
Hastain's township plats (Creek Nat.), 47
Here come the Navajo! a history ..., 57
Historia del derecho argentino, 49
Historical backgrounds ... Indian law & order, 58
Historical sketch, formation, confederacy ..., 51
History & conditions of the Catabaw ..., 57
History from original sources ..., 53
History of Indian depredations in Utah, 53
History of Indian policy, 57
History of legal status of American Indian, 50
History of the Dakota or Sioux Indians ..., 56
History of the Stockbridge Nation, 52
History ... Indian consolidation (in the west), 50
History ... settlement Calif. Indian claims, 51
Hopi-Tewa of Arizona, 52
How well are Indian children educated? 56
Hydraulic development & ethnocide ..., 49
Identity & treaty status ... Nooksack Indians, 55
IERC Bulletin, 44
Index to (pubs.) of Indian Service, 47
Indian & citizenship, 55
Indian & his problem, 55
Indian affairs & the Indian reorg. act ..., 54
Indian affairs, laws & treaties, 15
Indian bibliog., Bureau of Indian Af. Lib., 46
Indian Bureau's 100th anniversary, 55
Indian child goes to school ..., 51
Indian Council at Walla Walla, 55
Indian courts & the future, 14
Indian education in eastern Oklahoma ..., 58
Indian education, selected articles, 54
Indian housing in the U.S ..., 58
Indian justice, research bibliography, 46
Indian land cessions in the U.S., 57
Indian land laws ..., 51
Indian law developments, 44
Indian law digest, 47
Indian law survey, index, Int. Dept. rulings, 47
Indian legal redress system., 13
Indian Messenger, 44
Indian money as a factor in New Eng. civ., 58
Indian problem, 1957 supp., 56
Indian question ..., 51
Indian taxation, sovereignty ..., 43
Indian Territory, descriptive, etc., 53
Indian tribes of the Miss. valley ..., 57
Indian's side of the Indian Question, 50
Indians at work, 44
Indians of Oregon, a bibliography ..., 45
Indians of the Southwest, 52
Indians of the Yukon & Tanana valleys, 57
Indians' land title in Calif., case study ..., 52
Iroquois book of rites, 53
Iroquois culture, history & pre-hist ...., 43
Journal of American Indian education, 44
La politics de los E.S. ... de los indios, 55
Land & natural resources.division journal, 44
Land tenure of the Rainy Lake Chippewa ..., 53
Lands division journal, 44
Las tierras de los indios ... Estados Unidos, 53
Law & order on Indian reservations ..., 51
Law of titles to Indians' lands, 50
Legal status of the Indian, 58
Legislative review, 44
Life among the Apaches, 51
Life of Tecumseh, 52
Literature of native administration..., 46
Lore & lure of Eastern Oklahoma, 53
Making the warrior a worker, 52
Menominee Restoration Act ... legal anal., 58
Migration of the Iroquois, 50
Modern Native Am., selective bibliog., 45
Moore's Seminole roll & land guide, 47
Myths & tales of the S.E. Indians, 57
Native Am. of North Am., a bibliog., 45
Native land claims in Alaska, 50
Native rights in Canada, 48
Navaho historical selections, 58
Navajo common law, 58
Navajos in Catholic Church records, NM, 51
New day for the Indians ..., 56
New trail, 1941, 56
Newberry Library, Ayer's collec. catalog, 45
North Carolina Archives, Indian bibliog., 46
Northern Eskimo law ways ..., 42
Office of Indian Affairs, 57
Omaha Tribe, 53
Origin myth of Acoma ..., 57
Origins of the Dawes Act of 1887, 57
Our Indian citizens, their crises, 42
Our Indian wards, 55
Our red brothers & peace policy of (Grant), 57
"People, The", history of the Navajos, 57
Physiography of the Rio Grande valley ..., 53
Plea for the Indian citizens of the U.S., 58
Political org. & law-ways of the Comanche ..., 54
Political status ... bands ... Oglala Dakota, 52
Ponca Tribe, 54
Poverty & the legal process, 54
Ramah Navajos ..., 57
Ramona, a story, 54
Reforms of the Indian Office ..., 55
Removal of Cherokee Indians from Georgia, 52
Right to remain Indian ..., 13
Rural Indian American in poverty, 54
Selected bibliog. rela. to Indian educa., 45
Selective bibliog. on Indian law ..., 45
Selective bibliog., N.M. Law Lib., 46
Senator Bursum & Pueblo Indian land act, 55
Seven & nine years among Camanches ..., 52
Shoshone-Bannock subsistence & society, 56
State directory, state orgs. for Indians, 47
States & their Indian citizens, 57
Story of the Blackfeet, 52
Story of the Mississippi Choctaws, 51
Studies in American Indian law, 54
Tales of the Cochiti Indians, 50
Ten years of tribal government under I.R.A., 53
Thrilling incidents of the Indian war (1862), 52
Traditional Athabascan law ways ..., 42
U.S. Indian tribal courts, a bibliography, 45
Use of the sea by Alaska Natives ..., 54
Village of the Great Kivas ... Zuni Reserva., 56
Washo Indians of Calif. & Nev., 50
Western Apache clan system ..., 54
Who owns Canada? aboriginal title ..., 48
Winnebago Tribe, 56
Wis. St. U. Museum, misc. series, 44
Wis. St. U. Res/ Institute journal, 44
Withdrawal of Fed. superv. of Am. Indian, 56
Your right to Indian welfare, a handbook ..., 58
Zia New Mexico story, 51
Zuni Indian Pueblo, 42

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Index 4 Subjects

(Since all references are assumed to relate to Native Americans, that designation is omitted except where additional clarification is required. For matters related to specific Native tribes , reservations, or communities, see Index 1. Numerical references are to the page/line where a work appears)

Advisory Council on Indian Affairs: 32
Alcoholism & drugs: 14; 33
American Indian Defense Association: 42
American Indian Movement: 27
American Indian Policy Review Comm.: 28
Antiquities, preservation of: 33
Assimilation: 43; 55
Association on American Indian Affairs: 42
Attorney contracts/services: 22; 31; 33; 34; 36
Bibliographies: page 45
Birth certificates, need for: 53
Black Mesa Case: 38
Board of Indian Commissioners: 29
Board of Indian Appeals: 30
Bureau of Indian Affairs: 21; 22; 23; 25; 26; 27; 28; 29; 30; 31; 33; 34; 35; 36; 44; 45; 55; 57
Camps, childrens': 35
Canada, Indians generally: 48
Canada, treaties with Indians: 48
Cartographic records: 45
Census matters: 29
Central America, Indians: 48
Child welfare: 26; 27; 35; 55
Christian missions to the Indians: 29
Citizenship, U.S.: 55
Civil rights: 29; 57
Claims - Alaska nat. claims: 22; 23; 25; 28; 56; Generally: 22; 25; 27; 28; 30; 36; Indian Claims Commis.: 21; 22; 23; 25; 26; 37; Judgements: 26; Specific tribes: see Index 1
Colville: 22; 23; 24; 25
Commissioner of Indian Affairs: 30
Committee of 100 on the Indian Problem: 32
Confederacy, jurisdiction over Indians: 51
Congress, U.S. - Cong. generally: p. 20; Cong. agencies: p. 28; House docs.: pp. 21-23; Senate docs.: pp. 24-27; Joint committees: p.20
Conservation, Dept. of: 34
Consolidation in West: 50; 51; 52
Constitutional rights: see U.S. Constitution
Courts, Indian: see Judicial matters
Credit reports: 30
Crimes: see Jurisdiction and Law enforcement
Dams: 21; 22; 25; See also Irrigation
Dawes Commission: see Index 2
Department of the Interior: 30
Depredation claims: 20
Dictionaries: page 46
Digests: page 47
Directories: page 47
Disposal of reservation property: 21
Drugs: see Alcoholism & drugs
Economic development: see Resources development
Economic Development Administra., U.S.: 36
Education - Conferences: 13; General: 23; 25; 26; 27; 28; 33; 35; 36; 37; 39; 40; 42; 43; 44; 45; 45; 46; 50; 51; 52; 54; 55; 56; Quality: 28; 29; Schools : 24; 33; 34; U.S. House Committee on: 21
Emancipation of Indians: 21
Employment assistance: 28
Eskimos: 45; 51; 56
Estate appeals: see Heirship matters
Federal facilities for Indians: 24
Federal: see U.S., etc.
Federal recognition: 27; 28
Federal supervision, removal of: 22; 24; 55; 56
Fishing rights: 25; 54
Forest Service, U.S.: 36
Fort Kearny massacre: 51
Fraud investigations: 21
Freedom of Infor. Act, Indian amend.: 26
Gazeteers: page 47
General Accounting Office, U.S.: 28
General Land office: 36
Governors' Interstate Indian Council Conf.: 39
Great Britian, rela. with Indians: 48; 54
Harrison Bill: report on, 32
Hawaii Natives, inclu. in Indian programs: 27
Health: 22; 23; 24; 26; 28; 37; 42; 55
Heirship matters: 22; 24; 25; 28; 30; 31; 32; 33; 34; 36; 39; 42
History of Am. Indians: 50; 52; 53
Housing: 58
Indexes: page 47
Indian administration: 30; 33; 35; 43; 46; 55
Indian Bureau/Office/Service: see Bur. of Ind. Affairs
Indian claims: see Claims
Indian funds, handling: 28; 30; 31; 32; 33
Indian Peace Commission: 37
Indian policy: see U.S. Indian policy
Indian problems generally; 28; 32; 54; 56
Indian Question, The: 50; 51; 52
Indian Rights Association: 42
Indian School Service: 34
Indians, famous: 35; 55
Intertribal conferences: see Conferences
Indirect Fed. services & expenditures: 22
Interamerican Conference on Indian Life: 49
Intertribal conferences: 14
Irrigation projects: 22; 23; 26; 27; 33; 35
James Bay Treaty: 48
Judicial matters: 14; 21; 26; 36; page 38; 45; 46; 50
Jurisdiction matters: 21; 22; 23; 24; 27; 28; 38; 39; 41; 51
Juvenile delinquency: 27
Lands: Allotment: 21; 22; 30; 36; Cessions: 30; 53; Rights: 13; 25; Tenure: 13; 53; Titles: 21; 22; 50; 51; 53; Generally: 23; 24; 25; 26; 27; 30; 31; 32; 33; 35; 36; 38; 44; 53; 55
Law enforcement: 26; 27; 30; 34; 36; 39; 40; 43; 50; 51; 58 see also Juvenile delinquency & Alcoholism
Laws, statutes, etc. - Colonial & state: 39; Confederate: 39; Native American: pp. 1-13; 39; 44; 51; 54; 57; U.S.: 20; 23; 26; 27; 28; 35; 44; 45; 51; 55; 56; 57; & see Index 1.
Legal redress systems: 13; 25; 27
Legal status of Indians: 50; 58
Loans to Indians: 34
Manpower programs: 43
Maternal & Child Health Service: 37
Membership rolls: 22
Memorials: see Rights, declarations of
Mexico, Indians: 49
Mines & minerals: 30; 31; 32; 34; 36; 38
Mixed blood questions: 31
Money & scrip: 30; 58
National Council on Indian Opportunity: 37
National defense & Indians: 34
Natural resources: see Resources development
Non-recognized Natives: 28
Non-reservation Indians: 28
North American Indians: Treatises, 51; 53; 56; 57
OEO programs & Indians: 44
Oil & gas operations: 32; 33
Operation Bootstrap: 22
Petitions: see Rights, declarations of
Peyote: 21
Poverty: 54
Preferences, employment: 27; 56
Protests: see Rights, declarations of
Public Health Service: see Health
Red Cloud Indian Agency: 29
Restricted Indian lands: 21
Restrictions, removal of: 22
Restrictions on Indian property: 21
Reservations generally: 28; 33; 34; 47; 51
Reservations, specific: see Index 1
Resources development: 22; 24; 25; 26; 28; 29; 30; 35; 37; 50; 52; 54
Rights: Generally, 22; 26; 30; 43; 51; 57; 58; Declarations of: 13; 14; see also U.S. constitution, Civil rights, Legal Status & Legal redress systems
Rio Grande Valley: 53
Robinson Treaty: 48
Rollbooks: page 47
Round Rock troubles: 35
Rural Indians: 54
Secretary of the Interior, powers: 33
Self-government: 21; 23; 25; 26; 27; 28; 33; 34; 35; 36; 39; 43; 53
Seminole War: 20
Slave holding by Indians: 50
South America, Indians: 48
Southeastern Indians: 57
Southwest Indians: 52
Spanish colonies, Indians: 49
State expenditures for Indians: 22; 57
Statistics: 22
Taxes: Non-taxable Indian land, 24;
Taxes by Indian groups: 43
Termination; 42
Timber sales: 24; 26
Tribal courts: see Judicial matters
Tribal government: see Self-government
Treaties - Colonial, English: 45; Generally 45; Under various presidents, see pp. 16-19; With Confederate Government, 15; With various tribes & various U.S. states, see Index 1; With U.S., pp. 15-19; 28; & see Index 1
Tribal governing bodies: see Self-government
Tribal-State Compact Act, 1978: 27
Tribes: Powers of: 33; Under constitutions &charters: 34
Trust Counsel Authority: 23; 25; 26
Unemployment: 22; 56
U.S. Civil Rights Commission: 29
U.S. Constitution & Nat. Am.: 26; 55
U.S. Indian policy: 25; 26; 32; 34; 35; 36; 42; 52; 53; 55; 56; 57
U.S. states & Indians: 57
Voluntary withdrawal: 22
Voting: 22; 53
Water rights: 25; 26; 27; 54; see also Dams
Welfare assistance: 28; 43; 58
Wheeler-Howard Bill: 33
Wilderness preservation: 34
Wills: see Heirship
Wingspread Conference: 43
Wounded Knee, occupation of: 26; 38

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1717 V.2         5



1800 Pt.1        3
1800 Pt.2        3
1800 Pt.2A       3
1800 Pt.3        3
1800 Pt.4        3
1800 Pt.5        3
1800 Pt.6        3
1800 Pt.7        3
1800 Pt.8        3
1800 Pt.9        3
1800 Pt.10       3
1800 Pt.11       3
1800 Pt.12       3
1800 Pt.13       3
1800 Pt.14       2
1800 Pt.15       3
1800 Pt.16       3
1800 Pt.17       2



1804 Pt.1        3
1804 Pt.2        3
1804 Pt.3        2



1810 Pt.1        4
1810 Pt.2        4
1810 Pt.2(2)     4



1967 V.1         5
1967 V.2         5



1979 V.1         1
1979 V.2         1



1981 Pt.1/2      1
1981 Pt.3        1



2043 V.1         4
2043 V.2         3
2043 V.3         2



2080 Pt.1       11
2080 Pt.2       13



2134 V.1         2
2134 V.2         2
2134 V.3         2
2134 V.4         2
2134 V.5         2
2134 V.6         2



2148 2nd conf.   2
2148 3rd conf.   2
2148 4th conf.   3
2148 5th conf.   2
2148 6th conf.   2
2148 9th conf.   1



2156 No .1       3
2156 No.6        1
2156 No.7        2



2157 V.1         1
2157 V.2         2



2166 2nd         1
2166 4th         1
2166 5th         1
2166 6th         1
2166 7th         1
2166 8th         1
2166 9th         1
2166 10th        1
2166 Ilth        1
2166 12th        1
2166 14th        1
2166 15th        1
2166 16th        1
2166 17th        1
2166 18th        1
2166 19th        1
2166 20th        1
2166 21st        1
2166 22nd        1
2166 24th        2
2166 25th        1
2166 26th        1
2166 27th        1
2166 28th        1
2166 29th        2
2166 30th        2
2166 31st        2
2166 32nd        1
2166 33rd        2
2166 34th        2
2166 35th        2
2166 36th        2
2166 37th        1
2166 38th        1
2166 39th        1
2166 40th        1
2166 41st        1
2166 42nd        1
2166 43rd        1
2166 44th        1
2166 45th        1
2166 46th        1
2166 47th        1
2166 48th        1
2166 49th        1
2166 50th        1
2166 51-52nd     1



2186 V.1 #1-24  12
2186 V.2 #1-24  23
2186 V.3 #1-24  25
2186 V.4 #1-24  23
2186 V.5 #1-12   8
2186 V.6 #1-12  13
2186 V.7 #1-12   8
2186 V.8 #1-12   6
2186 V.9 #1-10   5
2186 V.10 #1-8   3
2186 V.11 #1-6   3
2186 V.12 #1-5   3
2186 V.13 #1     2



2196 V.1         1
2196 V.2         1



2197 1940        2
2197 1948        1
2197 1954        1



2198 lst 1940    1
2198 2nd 1949    1



2245 V.1         6
2245 V.2         5



2270 V.1         3
2270 V.2         3
2270 V.3         3
2270 V.4         3
2270 V.5         3
2270 V.6         3
2270 V.7         3
2270 V.8         3
2270 V.9         3
2270 V.10        3
2270 V.11        3
2270 V.12        3
2270 V.13        3
2270 V.14        3
2270 V.15        3
2270 V.16        3
2270 V.17        3
2270 V.18        3
2270 V.19        3
2270 V.20        3
2270 Index v.1-  1



2397 V.1 #1      1
2397 V.1 #3      1
2397 V.1 #6      1
2397 V.1 #11-12  1
2397 V.2 #1      1
2397 V.2 #3      1
2397 V.2 #5-8    1
2397 V.2 #9-11   1
2397 V.3 #1-11   2
2397 Suppl.      1



2452 V.1         4
2452 V.2         4



2582 1851        1
2582 1852        2



2611 1958-60     2
2611 1961-62     2
2611 1963-64     1
2611 1965-66     1
2611 1967-68     1



2662 1 vol.      3
2662 App. v.1    7
2662 App. v.2    6



2779 1967        4
2779 1968        6



2791 1970-71     1
2791 1972        1
2791 1973        1
2791 1973-74     1
2791 1974-75     1
2791 1976-77     1
2791 1977-78     1
2791 1978-79     1



2800 1965/66     1
2800 1967/68     1
2800 1968-72     1



2802 1959/60     1
2802 1960/61     1
2802 1961/62     1
2802 1962/63     1
2802 1963/64     1
2802 1964/65     1
2802 1965/66     1
2802 1966/67     1
2802 1972/73     2



2803 Ist         1
2803 3rd         1
2803 5th         1
2803 6th         2



2822 1954        1
2822 1955        1
2822 1956        1
2822 1957        1
2822 1958        1



2824 1961-62     1
2824 1963-64     1
2824 1965-66     1
2824 1966-67     1
2824 1967-68     1
2824 1968-69     1
2824 1969-70     1
2824 1971-72     1
2824 1972-73     1
2824 1973-74     1
2824 1974-75     1



2825 V.1         9
2825 V.2         9
2825 V.3         9
2825 V.4         9
2825 V.5         9
2825 V.6         9
2825 V.7         9
2825 V.8         8
2825 V.9         9
2825 V.10        9
2825 V.11        9
2825 V.12       10
2825 V.13        9
2825 V.14        9
2825 V.15        9
2825 V.16        8
2825 S.1 v.1    12
2825 S.1 v.2    12
2825 S.1 v.3    12



2841 1950        1
2841 1958        1



2842 1967-68     1
2842 1970-71     1
2842 1972        1



2845 2nd         2
2845  3rd        2
2845 4th         2
2845 5th         2
2845 8th         1
2845 llth        2



2967 V.1         3
2967 V.2         4
2967 V.3         4



3189 V.1         3
3189 V.2         4



3220 V.1         6
3220 V.2        11



3279 V.1         8
3279 V.2        13
3279 V.3        12
3279 V.4         8
3279 V.5        10
3279 V.6         9
3279 V.7         3



3329 V.1         6
3329 V.2         3



3424 V.1         6
3424 V.2         5
3424 V.3         4



3426 V.1         7
3426 V.2        10



3427 V.1         3
3427 V.2         4
3427 V.3         3
3427 V.4         3
3427 V.5         3
3427 V.6         4



3437 V.1         5
3437 V.2        11



3444 V.2         2
3444 V.3         2
3444 V.4         3
3444 V.5         3
3444 V.6         2
3444 V.7         2
3444 V.8         2
3444 V.9         2
3444 V.10        2
3444 V.11        2
3444 V.12        2
3444 V.13        2
3444 V.14        1
3444 V.15        1
3444 V.16        1
3444 V.17        2
3444 V.19        2
3444 V.20        2
3444 V.21        2
3444 V.22        3
3444 V.23        2
3444 V.24        2
3444 V.25        2
3444 V.26        2
3444 V.27        2
3444 V.28        2
3444 V.29        2
3444 V.30        1
3444 V.31        2
3444 V.32        2
3444 V.33        2
3444 V.34        1
3444 V.35        1
3444 V.36        1
3444 V.37        1
3444 V.38        1
3444 V.39        1
3444 V.40        1
3444 V.41        1
3444 V.42        1
3444 V.43        1
3444 V.44        1
3444 V.45        1
3444 V.46        1
3444 V.47        1
3444 V.48        1
3444 V.49        1
3444 V.50        2
3444 V.51        2
3444 V.52        2
3444 V.53        1
3444 V.54        1
3444 V.55        1
3444 V.56        1
3444 V.57        1
3444 V.58        1
3444 V.59        1
3444 V.60        1
3444 V.61        1
3444 V.62        1
3444 V.63        1



3469 1944        1
3469 1945        1
3469 1946        1
3469 1948        1
3469 1953        1
3469 1956        1
3469 1962        1
3469 1963        1
3469 1964        1
3469 1965        1
3469 1966        1
3469 1967        1
3469 1969        1
3469 1970        1
3469 1971        1
3469 1972        1
3469 1973        1
3469 1975        1
3469 1976        1



3492 1964        1
3492 1965        1
3492 1966        1
3492 1967        1
3492 1968        1



3529 1933-36     2
3529 Appendix    4



3564 V.1         8
3564 V.2         9
3564 V.3         6



3596 1958        1
3596 1962        1
3596 1963        1
3596 1964        1
3596 1965        1
3596 1971        1
3596 1972        1



3616 V.1         1
3616 V.2         1
3616 V.3         1
3616 V.5         1
3616 V.6         1
3616 V.7         1
3616 V.8         2



3629 V.1         5
3629 V.2        11



3660 1874-1905  32
3660 1917-1942  35



3667 V.1        16
3667 V.2        14



3668 V.1        13
3668 V.2        15
3668 V.3        14



3671 Pt.1        1
3671 Pt.2        1
3671 Pt.3        2
3671 Pt.4        1
3671 Pt.5        1
3671 Pt.6        1
3671 Pt.7        4



3686 Pt.1        1
3686 Pt.2        2
3686 Pt.2A       1
3686 Pt.3       13
3686 Pt.4        4



3696 Pt.1        1
3696 Pt.2        1
3696 Pt.3        1
3696 Pt.4        1
3696 Pt.5        1
3696 Pt.6        1
3696 Pt.7        1
3696 Pt.8        1
3696 Pt.9        2



3713 V.1         7
3713 V.2        11



3726 Pt.1        3
3726 Pt.2        4



3730 V.1         8
3730 V.2        12



3744 V.1         4
3744 V.2         4



3825 Pt.1        5
3825 Pt.2        6
3825 Pt.3        7
3825 Pt.4        3
3825 Pt.5        4
3825 Pt.6        6
3825 Pt.7        3
3825 Pt.8        2
3825 Pt.15       9
3825 Pt.16       6
3825 Pt.17      10
3825 Pt.18      10
3825 Pt.21       9
3825 Pt.22       3
3825 Pt.23       7
3825 Pt.24       5
3825 Pt.25       3
3825 Pt.26       8



3837 V.1         2
3837 V.2         5
3837 V.3         1



3838 V.1         5
3838 V.2         3
3838 V.3         1



3839 V.1         5
3839 V.2         3



3840 Pt.1        4
3840 Pt.2        4



3851 Pt.1        3
3851 Pt.2        2
3851 Pt.3        2



3853 V.1         9
3853 V.2         4



3894 V.1         3
3894 V.2         2
3894 V.3         2



3897 V.1         5
3897 V.2         4



3925 Pt.1        8
3925 Pt.2        6
3925 Pt.3        5
3925 Pt.4        6
3925 Pt.5       10



3927 V.1         6
3927 V.2         5
3927 V.3         3
3927 V.4         7
3927 V.5         5



3930 Pt.1        3
3930 Pt.2        5



3941 V.1         5
3941 V.2         4
3941 V.3         2
3941 V.4         2
3941 V.5         3
3941 V.6         3
3941 V.7         4



3952 V.1         4
3952 V.2         3
3952 V.3         4
3952 V.4         1



3955 Pt.1        6
3955 Pt.2        5
3955 Pt.3A       5
3955 Pt.3B       5
3955 Pt.3C      12
3955 Pt.3D       7
3955 Pt.4        7
3955 Pt.5       13
3955 Pt.6        3
3955 Pt.7        5
3955 Pt.8        2
3955 Pt.9        4
3955 Pt.11       6
3955 Pt.12       5
3955 Pt.13      14
3955 Pt.14      10
3955 Pt.15      10



3982 V.1         8
3982 V.2        10



3986 V.1         1
3986 V.2         1
3986 V.3         1
3986 V.4         1
3986 V.5         1
3986 V.6         1
3986 V.7         1
3986 V.8         1
3986 V.9         1
3986 V.10        1
3986 V.11        1
3986 V.12        2
3986 V.13        1
3986 V.14        1
3986 V.15        1



3992 V.1         4
3992 V.2         4
3992 V.3         4
3992 V.4         4
3992 V.5         6
3992 V.6         6
3992 V.7         5
3992 V.8         5
3992 V.9         6
3992 V.10        6
3992 V.11        4
3992 V.12        4



4010 V.1         4
4010 V.2         4
4010 V.3         5
4010 V.4         4
4010 V.5         4
4010 V.6         5
4010 V.7         3
4010 V.8         5
4010 V.9         6
4010 V.10        4
4010 V.11        4
4010 V.12        4
4010 V.13        5
4010 V.14        4
4010 V.15        4



4013 1964-68     7
4013 1969-74     8



4104 1968        1
4104 1969        1
4104 1970        1
4104 1971        1
4104 1972        1
4104 1973        1
4104 1974        1
4104 1975        1
4104 1976        1
4104 1977        1
4104 Final Rpt.  3



4105 V.1  pt.1   9
4105 V.1  pt.2   7
4105 V.2  pt.1   8
4105 V.2  pt.2   7
4105 V.3  pt.1   8
4105 V.3  pt.2   7
4105 V.4  pt.1   7
4105 V.4  pt.2   8
4105 V.5  pt.1  10
4105 V.5  pt.2   6
4105 V.6        10
4105 V.7  pt.1  10
4105 V.7 pt.2   10
4105 V.8 pt.1   10
4105 V.8 pt.2   11
4105 V.9 pt.1    7
4105 V.9 pt.2    7
4105 V.10 pt.1   6
4105 V.10 pt.2   6
4105 V.11 pt.1  10
4105 V.11 pt.2  10
4105 V.12 pt.1  10
4105 V.12 pt.2   9
4105 V.13       14
4105 V.14 pt.1   9
4105 V.14 pt.2   8
4105 V.15 pt.1   8
4105 V.15 pt.2   8
4105 V.16 pt.1   8
4105 V.16 pt.2   8
4105 V.17 pt.1   8
4105 V.17 pt.2   8
4105 V.18 pt.1   7
4105 V.18 pt.2   8
4105 V.19       12
4105 V.20 pt.1   6
4105 V.20 pt.2   6
4105 V.21 pt.1   6
4105 V.21 pt.2   5
4105 V.22 pt.1   6
4105 V.22 pt.2   6
4105 V.23       11
4105 V.24       11
4105 V.25       10
4105 V.26 pt.1   7
4105 V.26 pt.2   7
4105 V.27        6
4105 V.28        6
4105 V.29        6
4105 V.30        6
4105 V.31        6
4105 V.32        6
4105 V.33        6
4105 V.34        6
4105 V.35        6
4105 V.36        6
4105 V.37        7
4105 V.38        7
4105 V.39        6
4105 V.40        6
4105 V.41        6
4105 V.42        7
4105 V.43        6



4107 V.1         4
4107 V.2         4
4107 V.3         5



4118 V.1         3
4118 V.2         3



4122 V.1         8
4122 V.2         5
4122 V.3         4
4122 V.4         4
4122 V.5         4
4122 V.6         4
4122 V.7         4
4122 V.8         3



4130 V.1        12
4130 V.2        12
4130 V.3         9
4130 V.4        15
4130 V.5        10



4147 V.1         1
4147 V.2         3



4157 V.1         2
4157 V.2         2
4157 V.3         3
4157 V.4         2



4163 1837        2
4163 1838        3
4163 1839        3
4163 1840-41     2
4163 1841-42     2
4163 1842-43     2
4163 1843-44     3
4163 1844-45     3
4163 1845-46     2
4163 1846-47     2
4163 1847-48     3
4163 1849-50     3
4163 1850        2
4163 1851        4
4163 1852        2
4163 1853        3
4163 1854        4
4163 1855        3
4163 1856        3
4163 1857        5
4163 1858        4
4163 1859        5
4163 1860        3
4163 1861        3
4163 1862        5
4163 1863        6
4163 1864        6
4163 1865        7
4163 1866        4
4163 1867        5
4163 1868        4
4163 1869        7
4163 1870        5
4163 1871        8
4163 1872        5
4163 1873        5
4163 1874        4
4163 1875        5
4163 1876        4
4163 1877        6
4163 1878        6
4163 1879        6
4163 1880        5
4163 1881        6
4163 1882        7
4163 1883        6
4163 1884        6
4163 1885       10
4163 1886        7
4163 1887        6
4163 1888        7
4163 1889        9
4163 1890        8
4163 1891 pt.1   8
4163 1891 pt.2   5
4163 1892       14
4163 1893       11
4163 1894       11
4163 1895        7
4163 1896        7
4163 1897        7
4163 1898       11
4163 1899  Pt.1  8
4163 1900        9
4163 1901  Pt.1  9
4163 1902  Pt.1  8
4163 1903  Pt.1  7
4163 1903  Pt.2 12
4163 1904  Pt.1  8
4163 1904  Pt.2 11
4163 1905  Pt.1  7
4163 1905  Pt.2  4
4163 1906        7
4163 1907        3
4163 1908        3
4163 1909        2
4163 1910        1
4163 1911        4
4163 1912        4
4163 1913        4
4163 1914        3
4163 1915        4
4163 1916        3
4163 1917        3
4163 1918        3
4163 1919        3
4163 1920        3
4163 1921        1
4163 1922        1
4163 1923        1
4163 1924        1
4163 1925        1
4163 1926        1
4163 1927        1
4163 1929        1
4163 1930        1
4163 1931        1
4163 1932        1
4163 1933        1
4163 1934        1
4163 1935        1
4163 1936        1
4163 1937        1
4163 1938        1
4163 1939        1
4163 1940        1
4163 1941        1
4163 1942        1
4163 1943        1
4163 1944        1
4163 1945        1
4163 1946        1
4163 1947        1
4163 1948        1
4163 1949        1
4163 1950        1
4163 1951        1
4163 1952        1
4163 1953        1
4163 1954        1
4163 1955        1
4163 1956        1
4163 1957        1
4163 1958        1
4163 1959        1
4163 1960        1
4163 1963        1
4163 1965        1
4163 1966        1
4163 1967        1
4163 1968        1



4186 V.1         3
4186 V.2         1



4209 V.1         8
4209 V.2         8
4209 V.3         4
4209 V.4         8
4209 V.5         8
4209 V.6         9
4209 V.7         7
4209 V.8         6
4209 V.9         6
4209 V.10        6
4209 V.11        8
4209 V.12        6
4209 V.13        5



4220 1893-95     1
4220 1894 suppl  3
4220 1895-96     3
4220 1897        2
4220 1898        1
4220 1899        4
4220 1900        2
4220 1903        5
4220 1904        6
4220 1913        2
4220 1914        2
4220 1915        2
4220 1916        2
4220 1917        1
4220 1918        1
4220 1919        1
4220 1920        1



4221 1883-85     4
4221 1887        2
4221 1889-97    11
4221 1898-1909  13



4481 #2          1
4481 #3          1
4481 #4          1



4482 V.l(Mar)    3
4482 V.l(Oct)    3
4482 V.2(Jun)    3
4482 V.2(Dec)    3
4482 V.3(Sep)    3
4482 V.3(Dec)    3
4482 V.4(Mar)    3
4482 V.4(Jun)    4
	

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