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Indians of North America: Government and Law

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"Federal inter-agency Native American website that provides information for American Indian communities." This site is hosted by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Office of Native American Programs.

Department of Indian and Northern Affairs Canada
A collection of government publications and sites pertaining to First Nations peoples in Canada.

Indigenous Peoples' Law and Legal Issues
This set of links to materials involving American Indian Nations and Tribes is provided by NativeWeb, a nonprofit organization devoted to Internet resources related to indigenous peoples.

Native American Constitution and Law Digitization Project
This site is offered by the University of Oklahoma Law Library and the National Indian Law Library. It contains current full-text tribal codes, constitutions, and charters and provides updates on the status of recent United States Supreme Court cases affecting Native Americans and other resources.

United States Bureau of Indian Affairs
Official Bureau of Indian Affairs Website. The BIA website as well as the BIA mail servers have been made temporarily unavailable due to the Cobell Litigation. BIA has no estimate on when authorization will be given to reactivate these sites. In the interim, this site provides alternate sites to obtain BIA-related information.

United States Senate Committee on Indian Affairs
Provides links to legislation, hearings, current issues and press releases.

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