For a full list of federal agencies and programs that are relevant in this area, see the Tribal Court Clearinghouse's Federal Agencies page.
The below items are a sampling of available government publications in this area. Researchers may locate additional publications within the U.S. Serial Set, Committee Prints, and GAO Reports. Most document linked below are accessible through ProQuest Congressional, and you may find additional materials by searching the database directly. For historical research, the LOC's American Memory is also helpful.
The Native American Legal Materials (NALM) microfiche collection is a historical collection of laws, treaties, and law-related materials pertaining to Native Americans. We have the set in microfiche at KF 8201 .A1 N38 (Law Library Microforms Room).
You can browse the titles online through our library catalog, review the print bibliography in the Stacks, or search Washburn's online finding tool. A few titles are available online through LLMC. See the links below.
For current statutes relating to Native Americans, use the United States Code, which is available in the Law Library East Reading Room. You may start at Title 28 - Indians or use the general index.
Online sources include:
Print sources in the law library are listed below:
Freely available online sources include:
For Lexis Advance Account Holders:
Print Sources in the Law Library are listed below: