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  1. A Student's Guide to Native American Genealogy (Oryx American Family Tree Series) by E. Barrie Kavasch, 1996-07-22
  2. Native American Genealogical Sourcebook (Genealogy Sourcebook)
  3. Native American Flags by Donald T. Healy, Peter J. Orenski, 2003-09
  4. Who's Looking for Whom in Native American Ancestry, Volume 2 by Laurie Beth Roman, 2004-07
  5. Native American Directory: Vital Records of Maine, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York and Wisconsin
  6. Heritage Papers: The Role of Native Americans in Military Engagements From the 17th Century to the 19th Century (Heritage Papers) by Karen L. T. Ackermann, 2003-07-01
  7. We Are Cowlitz: A Native American Ethnicity by Darleen A. Fitzpatrick, 2004-10
  8. French and Native North American Marriages, 1600-1800 by Paul J. Bunnell, 2004-11
  9. Indians from New York in Ontario & Quebec: A Genealogy Reference
  10. 1998 Blackfeet Genealogy, Treasures, and Gifts
  11. Creek Indian History: A Historical Narrative of the Genealogy, Traditions and Downfall of the Ispocoga or Creek Indian Tribe of Indians by One of the Tribe, George Stiggins (1788-1845) by Geoge Stiggins, 2003-01-22
  12. Ife of Paa Peh: Reflections of a Pueblo Indian Elder by Joe S. Sando, 2008-05
  13. Our Native Americans and Their Records of Genealogical Value, Vol. 2 by E. Kay Kirkham, 1984-02
  14. Cherokee Proud: A Guide for Tracing and Honoring Your Cherokee Ancestors by Tony Mack McClure, 1998-12-15

1. Native / Metis Genealogy Links: Aboriginal Genealogy.
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2. Free Genealogy
Native Americans, Indian Tribes, Native American Resources, Indian History. These Native American Biographies 968 and growing!! How
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Native Americans, Indian Tribes, Indian History These pages are designed to provide the reader with the best possible Native American information for personal research, tribal histories, census and rolls that we can find. We have many pages of our own from books, microfilm and research. Please browse through all the tribes, take notes and make copies for your own personal research (please do not use the information on another website). Many hours of work go into these pages which we provide free to our readers!
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3. People Of The Three Fires Native Genealogy
native americans in Michigan. Established in 1996 My name is Rose Edwards and I'm responsible for native genealogy in Michigan
Native Americans in Michigan
Established in 1996
"People of the Three Fires": There are three major tribal groups in Michigan today: the Chippewa (Ojibwe), the Ottawa, and the Potawatomi. They comprise what is called the Three Fires Council. Although these three tribes have similar cultures and share the same territory, there are still some differences. Ottawa are found in the northern reaches of the Great Lakes; in michigan they occupy the western half of the Lower Peninsula. The Ottawa people were seasonal wanderers of the land and sailors of the Great Lakes gathering wild rice, netting fish, trapping both large and small game, and hunting large game such as moose, deer, and caribou. Ottawa people continue to be great traders and craftsmen. One hallmark of Ottawa life is the birch bark canoe. When the French came, the Ottawa people adapted well to the fur-trading economy and managed to avoid major military entanglements with the European colonial powers competing with each other for North American land and resource dominance. They did, however, fight with the Iroquois throughout the early 1600's.

4. Native American Genealogy Links
AXIOM Financial Management for native americans ( link site added 28 genealogy. American Indian Studies. The History Page ( Early America dealing with native americans)(link site added
To make it easier to search for information we have added local page references. By Tribes
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Apache Blackfeet Catawaba Cherokee ... Wampampoag This website last updated 5 May 2002 Treaties of the Five Tribes
For this week in Native American history
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American Truths
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American Indian Genealogy Help Center and Message Board

Bulletin Board for Native American Postings
(new link site added 6 November 1999
Native American Libraries
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AXIOM Financial Management
for Native Americans (link site added 28 January 2000)
Wickiup's Treaty grids
, interesting graphs of the results of early treaties (link site added 10 February 2000) Woihanble Yuwita Habitat for Humanity (link site added 10 February 2000) Turtle tracks (link site added 15 March 2000 Multicultural Grant Guides
Tribes, States and Government Agency
Abenaki Indians
The Abenaki Webpage (link updated 5 May 2002) Traditional Abenaki of Mazaipskwik and related bands (link site added 25 May 1998)
Abenaki Culture
Abenaki History by Lee Sultzman,First Nations Historian

5. Lost Ancestors
Data from cemeteries, prison rosters, censuses, tax lists, marriage records, wills, and slave ship manifests dealing with native American and African American genealogy.

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Over time the records and documents of many peoples have been lost. In essence they themselves have been lost. Without the mighty paper trail we each leave behind, we are forgotten and lost to history. This is especially true of the Native Americans and African Americans, but is also true for many others as well. In my search for my own lost ancestors I have discovered many others who have been buried under tons of historical confusion and prejudice. So I have decided to setup this website to help others in their efforts to rediscover lost ancestors, by gathering as many documents that contain names of slaves, freed men, mixed bloods and native americans. Please feel free to search through what information I have. But please contribute any information you find so that we can add it to the database. Even if it doesn't apply to your search or quest. Because you never know when that family bible or letter is going to help someone else. Good luck!
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MORE THAN 20 MILLION PEOPLE IN THE UNITED STATES ARE OF NATIVE INDIAN MIXED BLOOD.IF YOU HAVE EVEN ONE DROP OF INDIAN BLOOD YOU ARE INDIAN,WALK THE INDIAN PATH Can you imagine a place with beautiful mountains, glimmering lakes, rushing rivers, peaceful streams, and lazy bayous. A place where buffalo, deer and other wildlife by the untold thousands lived and migrated freely on an unrestricted land. A place where the trees were so tall it seemed they touched the clouds .A place that as gentle winds blow through the leaves and needles of those trees one could hear the voice of ancestors speaking. A place where un-touched giant trees gave shade from a hot summer sun and shelter from bitter winter cold. A place where mirror like ponds reflect the face of your proud and happy ancestor. A place where the night skies were so clear it looked as if the stars and earth were connected. A place where disease or sickness caused by viruses and deadly bacteria was unknown. There was such a place it was America when only Native Indians called it home.

7. The Illinois History Resource Page
A webliography of links to topics including the state's symbol and song, government information, genealogy, Chicago, Lincoln, native americans, the state's educational/historical/cultural institutions, and special topics. Compliled by the Assistant Director of the Illinois State Archive.
The Illinois History Resource Page
Welcome to Illinois' First History and Government Resource Page
Established by Mark W. Sorensen on December 12, 1995.
For non-history Factoid information about the weather, average temperature, highest point, population, statistics, rate of unemployment, etc. contact the Illinois State Library reference service or call their Information Line at (217) 782-7596. Also check Help with School Work: State Symbols, History, Genealogy, Fourth Grade Reports, History Fair before you write me for help. The word "ILLINOIS" is the French form of the Algonquin name ILLINI which means "superior men." It is how some native Americans in this area referred to themselves.
Information about Illinois Government and the State Capitol:
Official State of Illinois Home Page or Governor Rod R. Blagojevich

8. Creek Indian Researcher - Records And Links
A collection of resources for those researching their Creek Indian ancestors, and native americans in general.
A collection of records and links for those researching their Creek - Muskogee Indian ancestors. Last updated May 14, 2004. What's new or upcoming! Guestbook Contact Custom background ... Mirror site
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BIA Inventory (Oklahoma area)

BIA Inventory (Wash., D.C. area)

National Archives Microfilm
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Creek Nation Tribal Records

Enrollment Records:
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Creek "Enrollment Cases" Index
Creek "Memorandums" Creeks "Not Entitled" Census Records: Creek Nation Census Rolls - List. 1832 Creek Nation Census - Alabama 1860 Creek Nation Census 1860 Census 1867 Census of the 1832 Creek Orphans 1870 Payroll 1883 Payroll to the 1832 Creek Orphans 1882 Creek Nation Census 1843 Creek Census - summary only. Emigration records: Emigration Records Emigration rolls and letters 1857 "Old Settlers" Roll 1870-71 "Self-Emigrant" roll 1886 Stidham Roll of "Self-Emigrants" Special File 207 Index to claims of property lost and services rendered during the Creek Emigration, 1827-38. War related records: Creek Indians who served in the "Indian Wars" A list of heirs of Creek soldiers who died during the Seminole War, 1836-7.

9. NARA | Genealogy | Native American Records
Pictures of native americans, a list with links to 194 images held
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  • Dawes Commission: 64,177 applications submitted between 1898 and 1914 for enrollment in the Five Civilized Tribes (Note: Includes Cherokee, Chickasaw, Creek, and Seminole applications only. There is no description in ARC relating to the fifth tribe - Choctaw.)

10. NARA | ARC | Search Hints For Genealogical Data In ARC
For more information on records relating to Federal employees please visit NARA s genealogy Page Top of Page. native americans 1896 Citizenship Applications
Where Is...? / How Do I...? Where Is...? Hot Topics / What's New The Constitution The Declaration of Independence The Bill of Rights Genealogy Veterans' Service Records Archival Research Catalog (ARC) Access to Archival Databases (AAD) eVetRecs Electronic Records Archives (ERA) Archives Library Info. Center (ALIC) Calendar of Events FAQs FOIA Reading Room Information Security Oversight Office Interagency Working Group (IWG) Locations and Hours (Facilities) Media Desk Organization Chart Preservation Prologue Magazine Publications How Do I...? Use this Site Order Copies Contact NARA Visit NARA Apply for a Job Volunteer at NARA Research Online Find a Public Law Apply for a Grant Find Records Management Training June 9, 2004 ARC will be unavailable on Friday, June 11, between 12:01 a.m. and 5:00 a.m., eastern daylight savings time for scheduled maintenance. We appreciate your understanding.
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ARC Tools ARC Main Page Technical Problems? Data in ARC Frequently Asked Questions ... Adjust Your Monitor Search Hints for Genealogical Data in ARC The Archival Research Catalog (ARC) contains some information useful for genealogical research. The following topics have some specific genealogical resources in ARC:

11. Native Americans: Maliseet Indian Tribe (Malecite, Malécites, Skicin, Maliseet
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Native Languages of the Americas: Maliseet
(Malecite, Malécite, Malecites, Malisit)
Language: Maliseet-Passamaquoddy is an Algonquian language with two major dialects: Maliseet (or Malécite), spoken mainly in New Brunswick, and Passamaquoddy (or Peskotomuhkati), spoken mostly in Maine. There are 1500 speakers of both dialects combined. Very few people in the younger generations speak Maliseet or (especially) Passamaquoddy, which means that the language will die out within this century unless language revival efforts can successfully restore its use among Passamaquoddy and Maliseet children.
People: The Maliseet tribe belonged to the loose confederation of eastern American Indians known as the Wabanaki Alliance , together with the Passamaquoddy Penobscot Mi'kmaq , and Abenaki Indians . The Maliseet live primarily in Canada, especially New Brunswick, with one band across the border in nearby Maine (the US granted official recognition to the Maine tribe in 1980). Older literature sometimes refers to them as "St. John's Indians," though there's no evidence they ever used that term themselves. The Maliseet's own name for themselves is Wolastoqiyik (Maliseet is a Mi'kmaq word for someone who can't talk very well,) but today they are usually known as Maliseets or Malecites.
History: The Maliseet and Passamaquoddy people were closely related neighbors who shared a common language, but though the French referred to both tribes collectively as Etchemin, they always considered themselves politically independent. The tribes of the east coast were extremely confusing to the Europeans, who couldn't understand why there were dozens of small groups of Native Americans who lived together yet claimed to be separate nations. What the Europeans did not realize was that the east coast had not been nearly as empty before they got there. Smallpox and other European diseases had decimated the Indian populations, and they regrouped as best they could. The Maliseet and Passamaquoddy, near relatives and long-time allies who spoke dialects of the same language, banded together against European and

12. Native Americans - Genealogy - American Indian Records Index of native American genealogy Resources on the InternetUse the resources above
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services provided? Contacting a Tribal Entity. Cherokee Messenger - So Your Grandmother Was a Cherokee Princess? - More and more frequently, more and more people are discovering their Cherokee ancestry. The first step is tracing your lineage. I have compiled information here to help you get started. You will need access to a genealogy library. Some church libraries also have these records. I hope you find this information useful.

13. Native Americans - Ancestry
native American genealogy Resources By Leona Halley Henderson, provides links to genealogy resources for native americans. native
Genealogy - Tracing Your Native American Ancestry Such a Proud Heritage! Essentials of Indian Citizenship Tracing Your Indian Ancestors
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As with any other family research, it is best to start with your 'known' parent and work back toward your descendent. Genealogical Research for Native Americans
Encyclopedia Smithsonian How do I trace my Indian ancestry?
Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians Center for American Indian Research and Education (CAIRE)
Their mission is to improve the status of Native people by promoting, developing, and evaluating culturally appropriate health, education, and social programs. American Indian Culture Research Center
Find your ancestry information here National Museum of the American Indian Native American Ancestry Hunting Newsletter Native American Indian Resources (NAIR)

The African - Native Genealogy Homepage - Celebrating the Estelusti, The Freedmen, Oklahoma's Black Indians of the Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek, and Seminole Nations. Blue Wolf's Abenaki Indian Home Page - Abenaki tribal heritage, with many Abenaki links including other Native American sites and genealogy.

14. NativeWeb Resources: Genealogy (Tracing Roots)
Researching Black Indian genealogy of the Five Civilized Tribes It is known that many Africans intermarried with native americans.

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    African - Native Genealogy Homepage
    Researching Black Indian Genealogy of the Five Civilized Tribes It is known that many Africans intermarried with Native Americans. Less widely known is the fact that many Native Americans also owned African slaves, and fathered children with African slave women. In addition there were smaller numbers Free People of Color who lived in many of the nations and who also lived and married persons from the same nations, and whose descendants claim ancestry from the Oklahoma Black Indian people. As a result, thousands of Americans have African and Indian ancestry.
    American Indian genealogy - Missouri
    State Historical Society of Missouri - Our reference library has a splendid Indian collection for the historian, but our published sources are incomplete for tracing Indian genealogy. By 1836, Indian tribes in Missouri had been removed and no longer had claims to any Missouri land. The Society does not have, nor are we aware of, lists of rolls of Indians in Missouri. Individuals who left the "Trail of Tears" did not maintain their tribal status in most cases
  • 15. Native American Ancestry And Indian Genealogy
    native American genealogy resources and links. native American genealogy at New Site for native americans. Siler Rolls. Native American Ancestry Native American Ancestry Just about every family has a story about a ggggrandma or gggrandpa who was a full blooded Choctaw, Cherokee, Apache or some other tribe of American Indian. Is there any truth in it? In many cases, yes. In some, it is a romantic tale. I have found that tracing this heritage is most difficult at best. It is a terrible shame, that so many of our Native American ancestors had to hide their heritage to survive. After the trail of tears, they had much to lose by admitting the truth of their forebears..... so for many, the stories and heritage was taboo, never to be spoken of. In this fashion, the records became scarce and thus, that much more difficult for genealogists to follow the footsteps of these proud peoples. I have attempted to round up some links to sites and articles on the subject to help those of you who are searching for your Native American ancestry and heritage.

    16. Native American Indian Tribes
    NA, NA, Indians, Indian, tribe, tribes, tribal, powwow, indigenous, links, rings, Peoples, NA, Indians, genealogy, native americans, indigenous Peoples rings
    web hosting domain names email addresses The Spike this should be your first stop.
    If you are interested in the American Indian culture then, in the interests of hereditary authenticity and derived authority! Listing of Federally Recognized Tribes Tribal Entities List as of Dec. 30, 1998 Indian Tribe Names and Their Meanings Tribal Profiles ... Geographical Index to the Tribes of the United States and Canada WARNING !!: Internet fraud. Beware that there is a tremendous amount of fraud and misrepresentation which exists on the East Coast (and on the Net) for "Indian" events and products. This fraud represents millions of dollars in revenue being deprived of our legitimate tribal Indian populations. There also exists, on the Internet and in reality, groups that give the appearance of being actual tribes, nations or having affiliation with actual tribes and nations. In most cases their purposes are not honestly represented and their existence creates enmity with the tribes and nations which they claim to represent or from which they claim to be descended. I have no way of knowing which is acceptable or legitimate from the state point of the NA Indian. Use caution when buying goods that claim they are "authentic".

    17. Native American Genealogy Mine
    Your first stop for a treasure trove of genealogy links for native americans. People Finder! Guest Book. native American genealogy Mine.

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    18. "the People's Paths Home Page!" Genealogy Information!
    The Internet s Oldest and Largest genealogy Resource 25 African American, native American, Jewish, Melungeon Louisiana Redbones, Redbones, americans of Natirah


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    English translation version NAIIP Genealogy Information!
    "Native American Indian/First Nations Ancestry!" Genealogical Web Site Watchdog
    "As a public service to the genealogical
    community, Ancestor Detective® will list
    Web sites which provide misleading or
    inaccurate genealogical information." U.S. DOI-BIA Office of Tribal Services Links
    Certificate of Degree of Indian or Alaska Native Blood
    Agency: Bureau of Indian Affairs, Interior. Find A Grave grave sites. Find the graves of ancestors! (Ex: Stand Watie b.1806 d.September 9, 1871 Museum of Tolerance 'Finding Our Families, Finding Ourselves' includes the participation of the award winning American Indian author, poet, and screenwriter Sherman Alexie. Tracing Your Family Tree Online Tips from Welcome, archive user! Experimental FTP server. Gives access to several types of records for all states that might not otherwise be available without paying for access through commercial sources.

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    World History Archives: Indigenous Peoples of the Americas

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    Native Ways..A journey through modern Native America
    Encyclopedia Smithsonian: Native American Resources ... Linkpage: Native Web Pages Listings For info on the Maya, Inca, Aztec and other Central and South American native cultures, please visit my Meso and Latin America page. NATIVE AMERICANS - LEGISLATION - ISSUES - AGENCIES CODETALK: Code Talk is the official website of HUD's ONAP Legislation Affecting the American Indian Community Legislation Impacting American Indians American Indian Liaison Office ... American Indian Gambling and Casino Information Center TIMELINES TIMELINE: Native American History Native American Timeline TIMELINE: Canadian St. Lawrence River Valley Native Tribes

    20. Alabama Native Americans
    Alabama genealogy resources for research of native American and Indian ancestors in Alabama. Huntsville, AL, Alabama native americans genealogy Guide picks.
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