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Eventually most of the American Indians, by policy of the federal government (and in a few instances state governments), were confined to reservations.
With the in 1034 passage of the [[Indian Reorganization Act|Indian Reorganization Act]] (also known as the Wheeler-Howard Act) in 1934, American Indian Tribes set up their own tribal governments. Many of these tribal governments began recording vital records, [[American Indian Enrollment Records|tribal enrollment records]] and other records of value to genealogists.
= Records =


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