Indian Tribes/Treaties/Chiefs/Leaders
 

Directory: United States History

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Sub Section : General Information
Article Name: The American Indian: General Information Prior to 1900  Part I 
Article Name: The American Indian: General Information Prior to 1900  Part II 
Article Name: The American Indian: General Information Prior to 1900  Part III
Article Name: The American Indian: General Information Prior to 1900  Part IV
Article Name: The American Indian: General Information Prior to 1900  Part V
Article Name: Miscellaneous Tid-Bits With Regard To The American Indian  Part I
Article Name: Miscellaneous Tid-Bits With Regard To The American Indian  Part II
Article Name: Miscellaneous Tid-Bits With Regard To The American Indian  Part III
Article Name: Miscellaneous Tid-Bits With Regard To The American Indian  Part IV
Article Name: Indian Affairs Prior to 1900
Article Name: The Aboriginal Inhabitants of North America Part I                                Posted 7/14/08
Article Name: The Aboriginal Inhabitants of North America Part II                               Posted 7/14/08
Article Name: How The Indians Lived                                                                         Posted 8/23/08
Article Name: Early Indian Wars                                                                                  Posted 8/23/08
Article Name: Traits of War With  The Indians                                                            Posted 8/23/08
Web Link: Slavery Among The Cherokees and Choctaws
Web Link: James Truslow Adams,  The Founding of New England.  New York: Atlantic Monthly Press, 1921. Chapter XIV: The Inevitable Conflict.
Web Link: Clarence E. Carter,  "British Policy towards the American Indians in the South, 1763-8."  English Historical Review  33 (January 1918): 37-56.
Web Link: A. J.Morrison,  "The Virginia Indian Trade to 1673."  William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine series 2, 1 (October 1921): 217-36.
Web Link:  Max Farrand “The Indian Boundary Line.” American Historical Review, 10 (July 1905): 782-91.
Web Link: Indian Slavery in Colonial Times Within the Present Limits of the United States.
Web Link: Indian Country Sovereignty
Web Link: An Indian Boy's Story By Ah-nen-la-de-ni


Sub Section : Indian Reservations
Article Name: Indian Reservations Discussed By The Presidents  Part I
Article Name: Indian Reservations Discussed By The Presidents Part II
Article Name: Indian Reservations Discussed By The Presidents  Part III
Article Name: Indian Reservations Discussed By The Presidents  Part IV
Web Link: Indian Removal : Extract From Andrew Jackson's Seventh Annual Message To Congress December 7, 1835
Web Link: The Kalispel Indian Reservation
Web Link: The Wind River Reservation
Web Link: The Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation
Web Link: The Mattaponi Indian Reservation
Web Link: The Alabama-Coushatta Tribe of Texas Reservation
Web Link: Allegany Reservations
Web Link: Wisconsin Reservations
Web Link: Nevada Reservations


Sub Section: Indian Territory
Article Name: Indian Territory Prior to 1900 Part I
Article Name: Indian Territory Prior to 1900 Part II
 Web Link: Alcatraz History: The Story of the Indian Inmates


Sub Section : American Indian Tribes In the United States
Article Name: Indian Tribes of the United States Letter A-C
Article Name: Indian Tribes of the United States Letter D-L
Article Name: Indian Tribes of the United States Letter M-N
Article Name: Indian Tribes of the United States Letter O-R
Article Name: Indian Tribes of the United States Letter S-Z
Article Name: The Ojibwa, or Chippewa Tribe
Article Name: The Sioux or Dakota Indian Tribe
Article Name: The Algonkin Stock                    Posted 7/14/08
Web Link: Lenape Programs
Web Link: Massachusetts Indians: Alphabetical Roster of Individuals in Earle Report 1861
Web Link: New Jersey Indian Tribes
Web Link: Texas Indians
Web Link: Virginia's Indians Past and Present
Web Link: Federally Recognized Tribes A-N
Web Link: Federally Recognized Tribes O-Z
Web Link: Alphabetical Enumeration of Indian Tribes
Web Link: Abnaki Tribe
Web Link: Akimel O'odham (Pima)
Web Link: Akwesasne
Web Link: The Apache Indians
Web Link: Caddo Indians: History
Web Link: Chickasaw Historical Resources
Web Link: The Cherokees In Virginia
Web Link: The Cherokee Trail of Tears 1838-1839
Web Link: Cherokee History to 1768
Web Link: Cherokee History Since 1769
Web Link: Comanche Tribe
Web Link: Cowlitz Tribe: Background and History
Web Link: Tribes of the Creek Confederacy In Georgia
Web Link: Crow Indian Tribe
Web Link: Dakota Culture and History: An Introduction
Web Link: Delaware Indians
Web Link: The Delaware (Indian Tribes associated with  the Middle Colonies
Web Link: First Nations Histories
Web Link: Hopi Roots: The Native American nations of the Black Mesa Region
Web Link: Huron/Wyandot
Web Link: Illini Confederation: Lords of the Mississippi Valley
Web Link: Illinois Tribe
Web Link: Iroquois History
Web Link: Iroquois Six Nations Confederacy
Web Link: Keeseekoowenin Ojibway First Nation, the "Riding Mountain Band".
Web Link: Lenape History
Web Link: Lipan Apache
Web Link: Mashpee Indians
Web Link: Menominee Indians
Web Link: Montauk Indians
Web Link: Nanticoke Indian History
Web Link: Navajo Roots: The Native American nations of the Black Mesa Region
Web Link: Edwardy, William M. "The Navajo Indians." Harper's Weekly 34,5 July 1890: 530.
Web Link: Northern Plains Indians: History Timeline
Web Link: Ojibway Culture and History
Web Link: Pawnees
Web Link: Peoria Indians
Web Link: Pequot
Web Link: Powhatan History
Web Link: Seaconke Wampanoag Tribe: Wampanoag Nation
Web Link: Seminole Indian History
Web Link: Senacas
Web Link: Shawnees
Web Link: Stockbridge Mohican Tribe: Origin & Early History
Web Link: Southern Ute Tribal History: Ignacio, Colorado
Web Link: Susquehannock History
Web Link: Wampanoag History
Web Link: Winnebagos


Section: Indian Chiefs and Leaders
Web Link: Roman Nose, Cheyenne Chief
Web Link: John Ross Principal Chief of The Cherokee
Web Link: Indian Chiefs and Leaders by Tribe
Web Link: Spotted Tail, A Sioux Chief
Web Link: Chief Cornplanter
Web Link: Red Cloud, Sioux chief
Web Link: Two Strike, Sioux Chief
Web Link: Ely Parker: Seneca sachem, military secretary to General Ulysses S. Grant, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs
Web Link: Sitting Bull
Web Link: Tamahay, Sioux Chief
Web Link: Joyce Dugan, First Tribe Woman Chief: Eastern Cherokee
Web Link: "Three Noted Chiefs of the Sioux." Harper's Weekly 34, 20 Oct. 1890: 995.
Web Link: Massasoit (Leader of the Wampanoag)   
Web Link: Ross, John (1790-1866) Cherokee leader
Web Link: Chief Joseph
Web Link: Crazy Horse
Web Link: Little Wolf, Cheyenne Chief
Web Link: Chief Black Kettle
Web Link: War Chief Looking Glass
Web Link: Chief Red Cloud
Web Link: Geronimo (Goyathlay)  Apache Leader
Web Link: Geronimo : His Own Story
Web Link: Hole-in-the-Day (Bugonageshig) Minnesota Ojibwa political leader
Web Link: Alabama-Coushatta Tribe of Texas: History of Their Chiefs
Web Link: American Horse, Sioux Chief
Web Link: Chief Menominee and the Trail of Death
Web Link: Dull Knife, Cheyenne Chief
Web Link: Gall, Sioux Chief
Web Link: Rain-in-the-face, Sioux Chief


Sub Section: Indian Wars
Article Name: Indian Wars Discussed By The Presidents Part I
Article Name: Indian Wars Discussed By The Presidents Part II
Article Name: Indian Wars Discussed By The Presidents Part III
Article Name: Indian Wars Discussed By The Presidents Part IV
Article Name: Indian Wars Discussed By The Presidents Part V
Web Link: The Battle of the Little Bighorn, 1876
Web Link: Battle of Adobe Walls
Web Link: Miami Campaign
Web Link: Seminole Conflict
Web Link: Comanche Campaign
Web Link: Black Hawk Conflict
Web Link: Trail of Tears
Web Link: The Battle of Little Bighorn: An Eyewitness Account by the Lakota Chief Red Horse recorded in pictographs and text at the Cheyenne River Reservation, 1881
Web Link: The Navajo and Apache Wars
Web Link: The Sioux, Cheyenne, and Arapaho Wars
Web Link: The Red River War ((overview of conflict between the "between the United States Army and warriors of the Kiowa, Comanche, Southern Cheyenne, and southern Arapaho Indian tribes," 1874-5) (James Haley, U. Texas)
Web Link: History of the Sioux War and Massacres of 1862 and 1863
Web Link: Named Campaigns and Indian Wars
Web Link: Sand Creek Massacre
Web Link: Creek Indian Wars
Web Link: Indian Wars In Arizona
Web Link: Battle of the Rosebud
Web Link: Fort Dearborn Massacre
Web Link: Eastern Indian Wars
Web Link: Western Indian Wars


Sub Section: American Indian Treaties
Web Link: U.S. Cherokee Treaties Related To Georgia
Web Link: Indian Treaties, Acts and Agreements
Web Link: Creek Treaties Related To Georgia
Web Link: Treaty With The Six Nations: 1789
Web Link: Treaty of Klamath Lake, Oregon With The Klamath, Modoc and Yahooskin Band of Snake October 14, 1864
Web Link: Ojibwe Treaty Rights
Web Link: Previous Recognition By The United States Government of the Tsnungwe Tribe
Web Link: Treaty With The Wyandot, Delaware, Seneca, Shawanoe, Miami, Chippewa, Ottawa, and Potawatimie, Tribes of Indians
Web Link: Indian Treaties and Affairs
Web Link: Senekas [Concluded September 15, 1797]
Web Link: Senekas [Concluded September 3, 1823]
Web Link: Treaty With The Six Nations [Treaty of Canandaigua 1794]
Web Link: Treaty With The Teton July 19, 1815
Web Link: Indian Treaty Rights
Web Link: The Removal Act 28 May 1830
Web Link: Treaty Between The United States of America and the Seminole Nation of Indians 1866
Web Link: Treaty With The Sioux September 23, 1805
Web Link: Treaties With Minnesota Indians
Web Link: Potawatomi Indian Treaties
Web Link: Indian Treaties With Georgia
Web Link: Treaties Made With The North American Indians
Web Link: Treaty With The Potowatomi


Sub Section: American Indian Colleges, Schools
Web Link: Bay Mills Community College: Michigan
Web Link: Carlisle Indian Industrial School
Web Link: Chemawa Indian School
Web Link: Chilocco Indian School
Web Link: Hampton Institute
Web Link: Sinte Gleska University
Web Link: Haskell Indian Nations University
Web Link: The Phoenix Indian School in Phoenix, Arizona
Web Link: Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwa Community College
Web Link: Santee Normal Training School
Web Link: Tribal Colleges and Indian Education


Sub Section: Native American Constitution and Law
Web Link: Constitution of the Different Tribes
Web Link: Cherokee Nation v State of Georgia
Web Link: The Constitution of the Iroquois Nations around 1500?
Web Link: Constitution of the Iroquois Nations:
Web Link: Selections From Laws of the Cherokee Nation
Web Link: Cherokee Nation, Oklahoma 1975 Constitution
Web Link: Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties Compiled and Edited by Charles J. Kappler
Web Link: American Indian Law: An Overview (from the legal information institute at Cornell University School of Law )
Web Link: Handbook of Federal Indian Law by Felix S. Cohen
Web Link: Indians and New York State: Charles B. Sear's Law Library
Web Link: The Dakota Conflict Trials: 1862


Sub Section: Indian Artwork and Photographs
Web Link: The Micheal Gentry Art Gallery : Oil Paintings of the American Indian
Web Link: Len Wood's Indian Territory Gallery - Navajo Rugs, Indian Baskets, Antique American Indian Art
Web Link: Old Fotographs: Different People from Different Tribes
Web Link: Famous Native American Indian Chiefs, Leaders and Warriors (Photographs...some have mini bios)
Web Link: Axel's Homeworld English Pages

 
 
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