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Media: silver halide
7 reels of 35mm microfilm

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This 35mm microfilm program contains approximately 157 separate constitutions, statutes, session acts and resolutions passed by thirteen bodies of semi-independent and self-governing Indian tribes and nations of the United Sates. All titles listed in the Hargrett bibliography that could be located are included. Additional Indian constitutions and laws discovered have also been filmed. Some of the items were ‗last known copies‘ and their condition is occasionally inferior to that of the rest of the collection; the material was, however, thought too valuable to exclude. Illegible items were not included.

Laws and constitutions: of the following groups are included:

  • The Cherokee Nation
  • The Chickasaw Nation
  • The Choctaw Nation
  • The Creek (or Muskogee) Nation
  • The Indian Territory
  • The Nez Perce Tribe
  • The Osage Nation
  • The Ottawa Tribe
  • The Sac and Fox Nation
  • The Seneca Nation
  • The State of Sequoyah
  • The Stockbridge and Munsee Tribe
  • The Winnebago Tribe

  • Content Type: silver halide

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