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  • Indigenous Law Institute
  • Native American Bar Association (NABA)
  • Native American Policy Group

  • Gateway to Indian Law Sites
  • Native American Home Pages
  • Native Net
  • Native Web
  • Oneida Indian Nation
    Bureau of Indian Affairs
    The BIA currently provides federal services to approximately 1.2 million American Indians and Alaska Natives who are members of more than 557 federally recognized Indian tribes in the 48 contiguous United States and in Alaska.

    Canada-Indian Treaties
    The site provides a map which shows areas covered by treaties from pre-Confederation to 1923 and a table gives details of treaties, including parties involved.

    Foundation Law Practice Collections: Native Title
    Australian Native Title Law.

    NABANet: The Native American Bar Association Network Home Page
    The Native American Bar Association is the only nationwide association composed of Native American and non-Indian attorneys, judges, legal assistants, court clerks, and law students interested in federal Indian law and legal issues affecting the Indian nations of the United States.

    Native American Grave Protection and Repatriation Act
    The full text of the Act.

    Native American Law
    University of Kansas School of Law Library's Native American Law Research Guide.

    Native American Legal Resources on the Internet
    A great collection of Native American Law links.

    Native American Links
    A collection of Native American Links.

    NativeNet: NATIVE-L Mailing List Archives
    An archive of all all the articles which have been transmitted via the NATIVE-L mailing list dating back to May 1991.

    Native American Prison Issues

    Native American Religious Freedom
    This site provides several items following up on the discussion of the Ácoma battle over the establishment of El Malpais National Monument and the interference with the free practice of their religion by the Navajos of the Navajo Mountain/Rainbow Bridge region.

    Native American Resources
    An impressive collection of Native American links.

    The Native American Rights Fund
    The Native American Rights Fund provides the necessary legal representation to Native American tribes and villages, organizations and individuals to help untangle the maze of laws impacting their lives.

    The content of NativeWeb at the moment is predominantly about the Americas, from the Arctic to Amazonia.

    New York Indian Law
    The full text of the New York Indian Law.

    Oklahoma Indian Bar Association ("OIBA") Home Page

    OTA's Native American Resources
    The Office of Technology Assessment's Industry, Telecommunications and Commerce program is in the process of conducting a study entitled Telecommunications Technology and Native Americans: Opportunities and Challenges. This study was requested by the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs and will address Native Americans, Alaskan Natives, and Native Hawaiians.

    Selected United States Supreme Court Native American Law Decisions

    Seminole Tribe of Florida v. Florida et al.
    The full text of the March 27, 1996 decision by the United States Supreme Court.

    The U.S. House of Representatives Internet Law Library Indian nations and tribes
    An impressive collection of Native American Law Resources.

    18 U.S.C., Chapter 35 (Indians)
    Provides the full text and a keyword search.

    28 U.S.C. § 1362 (Indian tribes)
    Provides the full text.

    42 U.S.C., Chapter 22 (Indian Hospitals and Health Facilities)
    Provides the full text and a keyword search.