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INDIAN LEGAL, CONSTITUTION AND GOVERNMENT RELATED SITES
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Law Web Site:
This page is designed for Indian law practitioners, Tribes or tribal members, law students, and anyone interested in Indian law. Features of this site include a list of the best law schools for Indian law, links to researching Indian law issues, and links of organizations related to Indian law.
Native American Rights Fund:
Including a link to the National Indian Law Library:
Bureau of Indian Affairs:
This site includes sections that lead to the Assistant Secretary – Indian Affairs Office; Hot Issues (including a link to the Tribal Trust Funds – Update); Management & Administration; Tribal Services; and, finally, a section on Trust Responsibility.
Cornell Legal Information Institute:
Cornell Legal Information Institute provides an excellent list of virtually all legislation that pertains to Indian Law with hotlinks to the full text of this legislation.
Indian Land Working Group:
In 1887, Congress enacted the General Allotment Act (GAA). This Act directed the division of tribal lands and "allotment" of them to individual Indians. The purpose was to accelerate the "civilization" of Indians by making them private landowners, successful farmers, and ultimately to assimilate them into society at large. By the 1930's it was widely accepted that GAA had, for the most part failed.
Indian Law Resource Center:
Legal advocacy for the protection of indigenous peoples’ human rights, cultures, and traditional lands so that Indian tribes and nations may flourish for generations to come.
and Native Peoples Law