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  • Jim Burnes: Native American tribes?

    I'm attempting to do some research on current/recognized(?) Native American tribes. Where would I look for a complete listing? TIA
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    http://www.artnatam.com/tribes.html

    Here is a list of 331 Federally recognized tribes. It looks like it is current from 03-03-00.
    There are tribes that are recognized by individual states and not the feds.

    Another listing with website links
    http://www.indiancircle.com/links.shtml
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    • #3
      Shooter,

      Go with the BIA listings, they are most factual and up to date as of today.

      Plus, there are contact e-mail addys you can use for quick replies.

      Jim Burnes

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      • #4
        Now THAT's service! Thanks, guys!
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        • #5
          Jim,
          I haven't been able to get onto the BIA website. Do you or does anyone else know anything about this?

          Joe

          [ 11-24-2002, 08:54 AM: Message edited by: metp1264 ]
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          • #6
            Joe, The BIA site is down for now, due to legal moves brought about by the action: Cobell v Norton. You can brief yourself on the most current news with the link: Lost Indian Royalties Case Status.

            As a temp replacement to the BIA site, try this link, which is the on line version of Americas largest indian run newspaper: Native American Times newspaper.

            Lastly, use the link that most people read first, because those folks that created the site update it daily, often it appears on the hour. The site runs a close overview of the BIA. Indianz.com

            Jim Burnes

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            • #7
              Ooops.

              My bad, in my haste, I thought that the title thread said "Naive American Bribes"....imagine my shock! [Eek!]

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              • #8
                Jim,
                Thanks for the info. I guess I am a bit confused and don't understand why the lawsuit closed the website. Oh well.... thanks again.
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