National Congress of American IndiansFrom 1944 to the modern era of government relations between tribal governments and US governments, NCAI has been a leading force and voice in protecting tribal sovereignty.
Indian Time is a weekly community newspaper and has been printing since 1983. The staff is dedicated to reporting on what is happening in Akwesasne and their sister Iroquois communities.
Their weekly features includes local news, obituaries, Letters to the Editor, Editorials, Haudenosaunee News, News from the Nations, Mohawk Language and Cultural Lessons, Healthy & Safety issues, Environment issues, Computer Corner, Consumer Corner, New Arrivals, Diaper Diary column, Visitors spotlight, Elder Spotlight, Kids Page, Blast from the Past photos, Employment, Community Notices, Tota (Elders) News, Reader Submissions, Students Submissions, Sports, and advertising.
Digitized copies of Indian Time newspaper from microfilm, hosted through NYS Historic Newspapers.
Haudenosaunee- Kahnawake Branch of the Mohawk NationThe Mohawk Nation at Kahnawà:ke governs itself in accordance with the Kaianere’kó:wa (the Great Law of Peace) and act as the custodians of Haudenosaunee sovereignty and interests in the Territory of Kahnawà:ke.
Treaties Between the United States and Native Americans
Native American Constitution and Law Digitization Project - Univ. of Oklahoma College of LawTribal constitutions and codes are the heart of self-government for over 500 federally recognized tribes, and are the lifeblood of Indian sovereignty. The University of Oklahoma Law Center Library and the National Indian Law Library work with tribes whose government documents appear on this web site; these tribal documents are either placed online with the permission of the tribes, or they are U.S. Government documents, rightfully in the public domain.
Tribal Court ClearinghouseThe Tribal Court Clearinghouse is a comprehensive website established in June 1997 to serve as a resource for American Indian and Alaska Native Nations, American Indian and Alaska Native people, tribal justice systems, victims services providers, tribal service providers, and others involved in the improvement of justice in Indian country.
Indian Law Resource CenterIndian Law Resource Center is a non-proﬁt law and advocacy organization established and directed by American Indians. We provide legal assistance to Indian and Alaska Native nations who are working to protect their lands, resources, human rights, environment and cultural heritage.