"This Web site describes a step-by-step process for finding the documents needed to build a tribal legal history. Step 1 identifies very basic information. Each additional step will expand the legal history archive to the desired level of comprehensiveness. Of course, every type of document will not be found for every Indian nation."
GPO's Federal Digital System (FDsys) provides public access to Government information submitted by Congress and Federal agencies and preserved as technology changes.
The legal resources noted on this page are useful for tracking and understanding historical and current legal issues. Links are provided to many of the legal resources recommended by the Indian National Archives for tribal legal history research.
A selection of executive orders geographically by state location of reservation land affected by an order. An index is provided in the first volume. Includes table of contents. Shelved at Annex, available by recall/request.
The official and authoritateive source of Indian treaty texts. Indexing is volume by volume. Search by tribal name or the term "Indian treaties". Multiple holdings including Anschutz-reference AE2.111:
Includes all identified treaty texts, whether or not ratified or currently in force as well as the treaties conclueded with Indian tribes by the Republic of Texas and the Confederate States of America and between Indian tribes.