Contacts and Politics



Federally Recognized Tribes - 2012 Updated

Alaska (AK) 

Eastern Oklahoma (OK)  

East (AL, CT, FL, LA, MA, ME, MS, NC, NY, SC

Great Plains (ND, NE, SD)

Midwest (IO, MI, MN, WI)

Northwest (ID, OR, WA)

Pacific (CA)

Rocky Mountains (MT, WY)

Southern Plains (OK, KS, TX)

Southwest (AZ, CO, NM, TX)

Western (AZ, CA, NV, UT)


Another Victory for the Indians! 

A Sorry Saga - Obama Fails to announce Apology

Can DNA Prove Tribal Affiliation?

California Coastal Waters Threatened by "Green Wash"

Chief of 'Sham' Tribe Arrested

Comanche Place Headstones on Unmarked Graves

Counting Coup – Lakota Citizens Stop US Helicopters

DNA Not Valid for Native Identity

DNA Genetic Ancestry Tracing  

Experts agree: Bureau of Indian Affairs needs change

Firestorm Over Use of Code Name "Geronimo"

Government settles billion-dollar Indian lawsuit

Havasupai Indians Ban University DNA Researchers  

Indian Disenrollments, a Nationwide Issue  

Indian Land Tenure Foundation

Indigenous use of ancestral lands threatened

Judge rules for Indians in voting rights case

Justice for American Indians

Lipan Apache Tribe of Texas 

Native American trust fund accounting botched by U.S.

Native dancing ban lifted in Alaska village

Commission Grants State Recognition to Six Tribes

Schaghticoke Indian Tribe 

Senate Republicans Fight Indian Bills

Should U.S. Apologize for American Indian Holocaust?

Stop giving Indian money to anti-Indians and backers

Tarahumara Indians

The Gathering Place

Time To Speak Out 

The Good Red Road - December 2009

US settles royalty dispute with Indian tribes

WA SHE SHU: The Washoe People 

What Is Owed to Native Americans? 

Who is Cherokee?




Federal Government Contacts - Updated 2012

National Indian Organizations - Updated 2012

2011 BIA Tribal Leaders Directory 

2010 Tribal Directory

Federally Recognized Tribes

2010 Updated Federally Recognized List

Applications for Federal Recognition - 2008



State Recognized Tribes - 2012 UpdatedState State Recognized Tribes - 2000 - 2011



Non-Federally Recognized Tribes



Advocacy and change in federal Indian law

Little Shell Tribe of Chippewa Indians Fails

Federal Recognition Process 

Feds pledge overhaul of tribal recognition

Tribes Forced to Prove Existence

Federal Recognition for NC Lumbee

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