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Oklahoma Native Community - News and Current Awareness Resources

Native Times is an independent, native-owned news source based in Oklahoma. News posts include content written by Native Times contributors as well as Associated Press and other news sources.

Mvskoke Media aims to be the voice of the Mvskoke people by distributing information to the Muscogee (Creek) Nation through its newspaper, radio show, and TV broadcasts as well as graphic design and printing services.

Tahlequah Daily Press Tribal News provides news about tribes in Oklahoma. Because Tahlequah is the home of the Cherokee Nation, the focus of much of the news at this site is on the Cherokee Nation.




American Indian and Alaska Native Documents in the Congressional Serial Set  1817-1899During the 19th century, the United States was engaged in an era of territorial expansion and addition of new states. The government entered into treaties with tribes, conducted wars with tribes, established reservations, relocated tribes, and determined rights to the lands and resources of the indigenous population. The Serial Set provides in-depth, detailed contemporaneous documentation of political, military, and governmental activities related to indigenous peoples of the continental United States and Alaskan territory.

The United States government documents included in this colloection were assembled from the Oklahoma Department of Libraries print collection and scanned at the University of Oklahoma Donald E Pray Law Library. Librarians Marilyn Nicely and Steve Beleu identified titles to scan using Steven L. Johnson’s book, Guide to American Indian Documents in the Congressional Serial Set: 1817-1899. 

American Indian and Alaskan Native Documents in the Congressional Serial Set 1817 - 1899

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Sequoyah National Research Center - University of Arkansas Little Rock

The Sequoyah National Research Center (SNRC) provides a collection of varying materials, including a collection of tribal newspapers. The Newsletters of the SNRC reflect the diversity of the materials available and the past and future activities of the Center. 

Current Awareness - Turtle Talk - Indigenous Law and Policy Center Blog Michigan State University College of Law

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