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Native American Law: Indigenous Law Resources from the Library of Congress

LibGuide for Jess Shoemaker's Native American Law Seminar

Overview

The Library of Congress (LOC) has begun organizing digital access to many of their materials as well as providing links to related, relevant resources. The Indigenous Law Resources page is essentially the "Table of Contents" for those resources. The Collection is broken into three categories: (1) Library of Congress Collections; (2) National Indigenous Legal Organizations and Federal Agencies; and (3) Research Guides and Starting Points. More information about each of those sections are provided in the boxes below.

Library of Congress Collections

The Library of Congress Collections includes links to these resources: