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  1. Indians from New York: A Genealogy Reference by Toni J. Prevost, 1995-11
  2. Crow Dog: Four Generations of Sioux Medicine Men by Leonard Crow Dog, Richard Erdoes, 1995-02
  3. 1932 Hopi and Navajo Native American census: With birth and death rolls by Jeff Bowen, 1997
  4. Zapotec Elite Ethnohistory: Pictorial Genealogies from Eastern Oaxaca (Vanderbilt University Publications in Anthropology, No 39) by Joseph Whitecotton, 1990-09
  5. Creek Indian History: A Historical Narrative of the Genealogy, Traditions and Downfall of the Ispocoga or Creek Indian Tribe of Indians
  6. The 1890 Cherokee Nation Census, Indian Territory (Oklahoma) by Barbara Benge, 2002-01
  7. QSapi: A History of Okanagan People as told by Okanagan families by Shirley Louis, 2002-12-11
  8. The Black American Handbook for Survival through the 21st Century. Volume 1: The Forgotten Truth Behind Racism in America by RaDine Amen-ra, 2001-01-28
  9. The Six Nations of New York: The 1892 United States Extra Census Bulletin (Documents in American Social History)
  10. The Indian Tribes of North America (Bulletin (Smithsonian Institution. Bureau of American Ethnology), 145.) (Bulletin (Smithsonian Institution. Bureau of American Ethnology), 145.) by John R. Swanton, 2003-04-01
  11. Genealogy of Benjamin Cleveland, Great-Grandson of Moses Cleveland of Woburn Mass. Native of Canterbury Windham County, Connecticut by H. G. Cleveland, 1993-03
  12. North American Sun Kings : Keepers of the Flame by Joseph B Mahan, Cyclone Covey, 1992-10
  13. Villany Often Goes Unpunished: Indian Records from the North Carolina General Assembly Session, 1675-1789 by William L., III Byrd, 2002-03
  14. Turtles, Wolves, & Bears: A Mohawk Family History by Barbara J. Sivertsen, 1997-01

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44. Encyclopedia Smithsonian: Genealogical Research For Native Americans
Our staff in the Department of Anthropology receive many inquiries on how to conduct genealogical research on native American ancestry. The following text has been compiled by our staff to assist you
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O ur staff in the Department of Anthropology receive many inquiries on how to conduct genealogical research on Native American ancestry. The following text has been compiled by our staff to assist you in locating sources of information. Please note that the Smithsonian Institution is not a source for genealogical research and has no records relating to Indian census or Indian tribal rolls. The office of Tribal Enrollment, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Mail Stop 2614-MIB, U.S. Department of the Interior, Washington, D.C. 20245, does provide information on tracing one's Indian ancestry and the requirements to qualify legally for membership in a federally recognized Indian tribe. If the name of the tribe to which your ancestor belonged is known, the National Archives and Records Administration, 700 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20408, may be able to help you. They have on file census rolls and other Indian records identified by tribe, band, or tribal group dating from 1830-1940. The National Archives will search the records if given the name of the Indian ancestor (English and Indian names) and the name of the tribal group along with the approximate date associated with the tribe. They also provide information on other sources for genealogical inquiry. If the name of your Indian ancestor's tribe is not known, then you must conduct genealogical research in the manner that is usual for cases where Indians are not involved. You must attempt in the process to determine the tribal group in order to apply to the sources described above. If you cannot find the tribal name, but have attained from such research a quite precise location and period from which your Indian ancestry derives, then possible tribal identification may be determined by reading standard sources on Indian history and local history. These sources can help you find out which Indian tribes(s) or group(s) were in that region at that date. Given that information, you will still, of course, need the name of your Indian ancestor in order to locate the person in records arranged by tribe.

45. Indian Tribes Of Maine
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47. WWWVL: American Indian - Native American Genealogy Resources On The Internet
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We shared our food and our land and gave with open hearts

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There are many unique challenges encountered when researching Native American (Indian) genealogy. The traditions, naming customs and kinship systems varied widely among tribes; therefore, it is usually necessary that the researcher become familiar with those that pertain to a particular tribe. 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. Please note below some agencies you might find helpful in your research. NATIONAL ARCHIVES Valuable records of federal government agencies, including records from various field offices of the Bureau of Indian Affairs , have been deposited throughout the United States. National Archives records, 1830-1940, deal chiefly with Indians who

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The struggle of Native American prisoners for the First Amendment protection of religious and spiritual freedom in prison. Includes a detailed article and comprehensive bibliography. Check it out.

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W e specialize in Native American research and proving Native American ancestry, American Indian genealogy or American Indian heritage for Bureau of Indian Affairs "BIA" benefits such as Minority Status, Low Interest Business Loans & Educational Grants. Our staff of professional genealogists and Native American research specialists have over seventy years of experience in researching the genealogy of American Indian descendants and proving Native American ancestry of the North American Indians.
O ur Native American research specialists utilize the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah , the World's Largest Genealogy Library . We also utilize our World-Wide Network of Professional Genealogists and Native American research specialists for proving Native American ancestry and American Indian heritage.
O nce your Native American ancestry is proven and your quantum blood is determined, your Native American ancestry enables you and possibly other American Indian descendants who are related to you to qualify for tribal membership and receive benefits from such tribes as the Cherokee, Choctaw, Creek, Seminole and Chickasaw Indians.
T he enrollment records were eventually published. Two of the major publications for Native American ancestry and Indian genealogy are the Dawes Commision, i.e. the Five Civilized Tribes consisting of the Cherokee, Choctaw, Chikasaw, Creek and Seminole Tribes, and the Guion Miller Commission. The Guion Miller commission is primarily for the Cherokee Tribe residing east of the Mississippi River who escaped Indian removal to the Indian Territory in Oklahoma. Unlike the Dawes Commission which awarded land allotments, the Guion Miller Commission awarded annuities.

54. Native American Genealogy: Reconnecting With Your American Indian Heritage
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Hardly a week goes by that I don't get email from somebody looking for information about Native Americans in their family tree. It's good that so many people are thinking about their ancestry these days. Unfotunately I am not a genealogist, and there is no one at our organization who can help you with your family history. However, we have collected a number of American Indian genealogy links which may be helpful in your search, and you are welcome to use these.
Actually, there are four different groups of people interested in their Native American ancestors, and my suggestions are somewhat different depending which of these groups you fall into
You are already a tribal member or belong to an American Indian community.

One or both of your parents were Indian but you don't know who they were or what tribe you came from because of adoption, boarding school issues, or a custody battle.

Your parent or grandparent belonged to an Indian tribe, but you were not raised in their culture and now they have passed on.

Your grandparent was part Indian but not a tribal member, or there is a family tradition that you have Indian blood, or you are working on your family's genealogy and have just discovered an Indian ancestor you want to know more about.
You are already a tribal member or belong to an American Indian community.

Actually, if this was the case you probably wouldn't be looking for genealogy help from strangers from another tribe in the first place, much less over the Internet. We keep our own family histories pretty well. However, if you are Indian and you are looking for a relative who was removed from your community by a non-native parent or adoption, or who disappeared at boarding school, please see the

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    Native American Genealogy This page is a collection of Native American resources Kathy wanted to start looking for her Indian ancestors but didn't know where to begin. I hope these links will help her and others in getting started on tracing their family history. Daily Horoscope Genealogy Treasure Chest Nancy's Kitchen Bisquick Recipes ... Brand Name Recipe s Abenaki Tribal Information American Indians: A Select Catalog of National Archives Microfilm Publications Assembly of First Nations Caddo Tribes of Oklahoma ... Brand Name Recipe s Email Me Siggy's Place has been online since November 29, 1996

    57. Online Native American Indian Genealogy Records & Databases
    Online native American Indian genealogy Records Databases. Including Links to Dawes Commission Records Indexes for Individual Tribes.
    Online Native American Indian Records at the National Archives

    Includes most of the Dawes Commission Records, some with online digital copies Rootsweb's Native American Database
    Dawes Commission Index 1898-1914 at Ancestry
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    1900 Indian Territory Census
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    58. Essential Native American Resources From Genealogy Today
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    Cherokee Proud
    Among the people of this country are individuals in whose blood runs the proud heritage of a noble and resilient people whose ways and talents rank with the finest civilizations the world has known. They are the 'Tsalagi' . . . the Cherokee. This book will help you learn if you are one of them. Informative for finding your Cherokee ancestors as well as making you feel proud of your heritage. It really makes you want to learn more about being a Cherokee and honoring your cherokee family.... Purchase Related Books (from

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    the site. Two books on native American genealogy are offered through its online bookstore excerpts. native American genealogy. Collection
    [Back to FAQ] [AILA home page] FINDING YOUR NATIVE AMERICAN ANCESTORS This list of links was compiled and annotated for people interested in tracing their Native American Ancestry. Some of the sites are specifically focussed on American Indians; others are broader, but have links to specific resources for Native American genealogical research. Some give background information on how to get started with family history research. On the larger sites, be sure to scroll the full length of pages to view all possible links. National Genealogical Society Follow the links Getting Started Suggestions for Beginners to find general information on how to do genealogy research. Includes bibliography.
    The Society also offers online courses, a beginner's kit and other resources described in the site.
    Two books on Native American Genealogy are offered through its online bookstore: Guide to Records of the National Archives Relating to American Indians
    By Edward E. Hill How to Research American Indian Blood Lines: A Manual on Indian
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    By Cecelia S. Carpenter.

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