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= Tribes of the United States =
Many "tribes" of American Indians have existed in what is now the United States. Some have existed and become extinct. Some are federally recognized. Some are state-recognized. And some exist without official recognition. It is important to determine the tribal affiliation of supposed ancestors, since most of the records are associated with the tribe. If the tribal connection of an ancestor is unknown, sometimes it can be identified by determining the residence of the ancestor and studying the history of that locality to find tribe s that resided in that locality. There are several lists of tribes available for various localities -- country, state, or local.
Native Tribes It is important to determine the tribal affiliation of supposed ancestors, since most of the United States (includes federally records are associated with the tribe. If the tribal connection of an ancestor is unknown, sometimes it can be identified by determining the residence of the ancestor and state recognized) -- http://www.dickshovel.com/trbindexstudying the history of that locality to find tribe s that resided in that locality.html
Indian Tribes There are several lists of the United States tribes available for various localities -- httpcountry, state, or local. Examples of such lists are://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/tribes/<br>
While these lists differ in their completeness, they are important tools to help identify the names *Native Tribes of the tribes United States (includes federally and where they residedstate recognized) -- [http://www.dickshovel.com/trbindex. However, since this Wiki site is focusing on the records html http://www.dickshovel.com/trbindex.html] *Indian Tribes of the various tribes, their location, and their use, an additional list will be compiled with links to the tribal histories, offices, and recordsUnited States -- [http://www. It is hoped this will make it easier for genealogists and family historians to find the records needed to trace their ancestry and prepare the histories of those ancestorsaccessgenealogy. It will be an ongoing and lengthy processcom/native/tribes/ http://www. In the meantime, the above lists should prove helpfulaccessgenealogy. com/native/tribes/]
'''Internal Link:''' While these lists differ in their completeness, they are important tools to help identify the names of the tribes and where they resided. However, since this Wiki site is focusing on the records of the various tribes, their location, and their use,&nbsp;lists are being compiled with links to the tribal histories, offices, and records. It is hoped this will make it easier for genealogists and family historians to find the records needed to trace their ancestry and prepare the histories of those ancestors.&nbsp;These lists are being added to daily and are arranged in several ways.
[[Indian Tribes of the United States and Their Records|Indian Tribes of the United States and Their Records]] ==== Internal Links: ====
'''External Links:''' [[Indian_Tribes_of_the_United_States|Indian Tribes of the United States]] -- a list of the major tribes of the U.S., with additional links to the bands, groups, rancherias, villages, etc. associated with the tribes.
[[Indian Tribes of the United States and Their Records|Indian Tribes of the United States and Their Records]] -- a description of the types of records kept of the individual Indians by various records jurisdictions -- the federal government, the tribes themselves, schools, health facilities, churches and other entities. Additional details about major and minor tribes which have been associated with the states of the U.S. may be found under "Indians of [name of the state]," as in Indians of Montana, as an example. ==== External Links: ==== [http://www.connerprairie.org/HistoryOnline/policy.html American Indian Policies.]
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