- From State and local governments on the net: an alphabetical listing of tribal government web
pages, organizations, and links.
Decennial Census: American Indian and Alaska Native
- This is decennial census publications and accompanying links on tribal governments from the
1990, 2000, and 2010 census.
Agencies / Organizations
Senate Committee on Indian Affairs
- This link includes membership information, legislation, and live broadcasts of hearings.
American Indian/Alaska Native Center, US Department of Health and Human
- Publications, grants, programs, policy, and state and local contacts for Native
Guide to Sources on
- From the Social Sciences, Health, and Education Library, University of Illinois. Provides
searching tips, abstracts for useful guides, indexes, and directories, and statistical and online
Digital Librarian - American Indian Studies
- This is a variety of alphabetically arranged resources for and about Native
- This page is a list of electronic government documents from the Department of Human and Health
Services, and contains information important to Native Americans.
Native American Studies Collections, UC Berkeley
- This site offers links to electronic information maintained by the University of California at
Berkeley. Contained here are links to bibliographic directories, handbooks, law information,
statistic and Census data, federal documents, Californian documents, and Internet
Canadian Government Native/Aboriginal Affairs Web
- Purdue University offers information about Canada's government and its many agencies dealing
with Indian affairs, which reflects Canada's historic and contemporary relationship with its
Government Funding for Tribal Libraries
- Below are links to government funding sources for North American Indian tribal libraries.
American Indian and Alaska Native
- Includes information on American Indian and Alaska Native geography programs associated with
the US Census Bureau.
American Indian and Alaska Native Population Information
- This census site offers information on projections, estimates, and characteristics by tribe and
History and Culture
Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian
- Contained here are a number of resources and information from exhibits, photos, documents, and
a great list of recommended readings.
Navajo Code Talker Site:
- This is a great website that offers in-depth information on the Navajo code talkers from World
War II. Historical information, code glossaries, medals, articles, photos, awards, and
biographical information on the code talkers is listed here.
National Library of Medicine "If
Only You Knew" Exhibit
- This site from the National Library of Medicine features information, photos, links, and
biographical information on the history of the health of Native Americans.
American Indian Law Review
- American Indian Law Review from the University of Oklahoma
University of Colorado - Native
American Treaties and Information
- This is government information offered through the University of Colorado at Boulder's
website. They offer some electronic versions of treaties, links to information and resources,
and a list of print resources. Many of these print resources can be found in the UIUC library
Kapplers Indian Affairs Laws and Treaties:
Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties, compiled and edited by Charles J. Kappler, is an
historically significant, seven volume compilation of U.S. treaties, laws and executive orders
pertaining to Native American Indian tribes.
American Indians: Legal and Regulatory
- The Purdue University Library has many publications containing laws and regulations relevant to
American Indians. This guide will discuss federal laws, regulations, and court cases.
Miscellaneous Statistics and Topical Pages
Business: Survey of Business Owners
- The US Census Bureau provides this economic and business information.
EPA American Indian Environmental
- The American Indian Environmental Office (AIEO) coordinates the Agency-wide effort to
strengthen public health and environmental protection in Indian Country, with a special emphasis on
building Tribal capacity to administer their own environmental programs. AIEO oversees development
and implementation of the Agency's Indian Policy and strives to ensure that all EPA Headquarters
and Regional Offices implement their parts of the Agency's Indian Program in a manner consistent
with Administration policy to work with Tribes on a government-to-government basis and EPA's trust
responsibility to protect Tribal health and environments.