Useful WebsitesOne of the more common requests we receive here at the American Indian Studies Center Library is for websites related to the particular topic the person is researching.
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The web site links you find below, including several very helpful 'collection' sites, are some of those we find useful in serving students, faculty, and staff in the AISC Library. Our selections are not intended to be comprehensive.
Sites are chosen to suggest some places to begin your search for information about American Indian peoples on the web, as well as to bring to your attention particular locations on selected topics. A good place to begin your search on the web for information about Native Americans because it points to issues of concern in evaluating websites with content about Native Americans, as well as websites in general. A project of the University of Oklahoma and the National Indian Law Library this site offers full text access to tribal constitutions, research materials on Indian lands, treaties, Solicitor €™s Opinions, Supreme Court updates and a number of other links and research guides.
NARF is a non-profit law firm in service of the Native American community. The website also provides a link to the National Indian Law Library (NILL), links to legal documents, reviews and reports and a topical guide for additional subject matters.
The Tribal Court Clearinghouse is a project of the Tribal Law and Policy Institute, an American Indian owned non-profit institution. It offers a number of links to federal, state and tribal laws and a comprehensive list of resources related to such issues as drugs, domestic violence, housing and elder abuse.
Its "Program Resources and Native Resources" pages list a large number of additional links ranging from tribal courts and federal agencies to education and gaming.