Council Meetings of the Major American Indian Tribes, 1907-1971 - Microforms
Location: Microfilm E 76 C67
Scope: Contains the official minutes of tribal council meetings and covers topics of importance to the tribes including claims, mineral rights, tribal funds, water supply and irrigation, proposed federal legislation, hunting and fishing rights, employment, and health and education.
The library owns:
Part 1: Section 1 (1914-1956): Navajo; Five Civilized Tribes; Ute; Pueblo; Cheyenne; and Arapaho;
Part 1: Section 2 (1911-1956): Sioux, Chippewa, and Klamath.
How to search the collection: There is a guide called Major Council Meetings of American Indian Tribes (Microfilm E 76 C67 Guide). It lists all the items on each reel.
Major Council Meetings of American Indian Tribes (Microfilm E 76 C67 Guide). Frederick, MD.: University Publications of America, Inc., 1982.
For more information about this subject in our Library Catalog, check out these
Indians of North America -- Tribal government -- Sources. Tribal government -- United States -- Sources.
Time Period: 20th Century
Subject keywords: Native American Studies