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A place for Haudenosaunee to meet
and information for the general public

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Tribal Websites:
Six Nation Iroquois
Tuscaroras.com
 
Tuscarora Information:
Tuscarora Reservation
Statement on Tribal Governance
Treaty of 1838
 
Federal Indian Law:
Statement of Tribal Governance
Law Reviews
Public Law 280
Case Briefs
Government-to-Government Relations
Indian Law by Popular Name
Public Advocate
 
Information Resources:
Indian Ancestry
List of Federal Tribes
What is a Powwow?
 
Religious Organizations:
Church of the American Indian USA
Native American Church
American Indian Church
 
Civic & Charitable Organizations:
The American Indian Society of DC
The Baltimore American Indian Center
American Indian Science & Engineering Society
 
Powwow Resources:
What is a Powwow?
Spring Creek Singers
Orville Little Owl
Allegheny River Singers and Dancers
Buffalo Creek Dancers
Tuscarora Nation Singers
Iroquois Indian Band
Native American Performers
 
Educational Groups:
University of Maryland University College
Community College of Baltimore County
Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society
Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society
 
Miscellaneous:
Audio Engineering Society
The MITRE Corporation
 

Public Advocate

A Public Advocate is a person who represents the American Indian and Alaskan Native community at large in matters of public concern such as rights, fair treatment, equal opportunity, treaty obligations and religous freedoms.


File Created: 25 September 2001
Last Modified: Wed, July 23, 2014 at 02:59 PM

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