November Webinar: Researching Indigenous Peoples of the Americas

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In honor of National Native American Heritage Month, our HeinOnline experts will be exploring the history and culture of Indigenous Peoples of the Americas.

Free HeinOnline Webinar

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Researching Indigenous Peoples of the Americas

Date: Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Time: 2:00pm ET

Join our HeinOnline gurus as they discover the wealth of material available on indigenous American life and law, and share the tremendous influence that indigenous peoples and their cultures have had on the development of the United States of America.

About Indigenous Peoples of the Americas

HeinOnline’s Indigenous Peoples of the Americas: History, Culture & Law was created from a desire to consolidate the wealth of material available on indigenous American life and law, and to share the tremendous influence that indigenous peoples and their cultures have had on the development of the United States of America. With more than 4,000 titles and 2.3 million pages, this library includes an expansive archive of historic materials. Included in the database are hundreds of treaties, treaty-related publications, tribal codes, constitutions, federal case law, government reports, scholarly works, and the entirety of Title 25 (Indians) of the U.S. Code and Code of Federal Regulations.

Database Tools and Features

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Indigenous Peoples Treaties

Find a comprehensive list of 418 treaties between the U.S. and indigenous peoples, 416 of which include full-text coverage. Browse or use the Indigenous Peoples Treaty Search Tool to bring up a specific document.

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Indian Tribal Codes

Peruse tens of thousands of pages of indigenous tribal codes with analyses of trends in coverage, enactments, and amendments, including content from both the 1981 and 1988 editions. Easily browse by edition or tribe name.


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Serials

Access more than 25 related serial titles, including The Indian Law Reporter, an essential, comprehensive resource for anyone interested in Indigenous American law.

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Extensive Legislative Histories

Find nearly 50 legislative histories of acts relating to indigenous peoples of the Americas by publication title, public law number, or popular name.


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Constitutions, Acts, and By-Laws

Browse nearly a thousand works related to the constitutions and laws of indigenous tribes within this subcollection.

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Numerous Related Works

Locate a compilation of landmark indigenous cases, congressional hearings, government reports, the Model Tribal Probate Code and more.

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