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American Indian Law

American Indian Law research is complex and challenging. This guide covers U.S. statutues, tribal codes, case law, and secondary sources.

Other Resources

Native American Legal Materials Collection.

Native American Collection : A Bibliography Describing the Microfiche Collection Assembled and Marketed by the Law Library Microform Consortium (Jerry Dupont ed. 1990).

Indian Affairs, Laws and Treaties (Charles J. Kappler comp. & ed. 1904-41, 1979).

v. 1: Laws, compiled to December 1, 1902
v. 2: Treaties
v. 3: Laws, compiled to December 1, 1913
v. 4: Laws, compiled to March 4, 1927
v. 5: Laws, compiled from December 22, 1927, to June 29, 1938.
v. 6: Law, compiled from February 10, 1939, to January 13, 1971, Part 1
v. 7: Law, compiled from February 10, 1939, to January 13, 1971, Part II

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