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Libraries That Collect Tribal Laws

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CAUTION: WorldCat will not pick up all tribal laws in all libraries. Some libraries that collect tribal laws have not reported these "holdings" to WorldCat. Use the list below to search individual library collections also.

Arizona State University, Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, Ross Blakley Law Library, Tempe Historical and current tribal laws (including gaming compacts and tribal court reports) with an emphasis on tribes in Arizona.
University of Arizona, Rogers College of Law Library, Tucson Historical and current tribal laws (including gaming compacts) with an emphasis on tribes in Arizona.
National Indian Law Library, Boulder Laws (including compacts) of federally-recognized tribes and Alaska Native villages.

Digitized codes and constitutions.
Connecticut State Library, Law and Legislative Reference Department, Hartford Laws (including compacts) of tribes in Connecticut.
University of Georgia School of Law, Alexander Campbell King Law Library, Athens Some historical tribal laws.
Minnesota State Law Library, St. Paul Historical laws of some tribes in Minnesota.
University of Minnesota Law Library, Minneapolis Laws (including court decisions, judicial and council proceedings, and administrative documents) of tribes in the United States.
New Mexico  
New Mexico Supreme Court Law Library  
University of New Mexico School of Law Library Historical and current tribal laws (including court reporters) with an emphasis on tribes in New Mexico and other Southwestern states.
Fort Belknap College Library, Harlem Historical and current laws of the Fort Belknap Indian Community.
Little Priest Tribal College, Winnebago Public Library, Winnebago Laws of the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska.
Washoe County Law Library, Reno Laws of various Northern Nevada tribes, collected 1995-1997.
North Dakota  
Sitting Bull College Library, Fort Yates Current laws of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe.
Oklahoma City University Law Library Tribal court opinions and court reporters.
University of Oklahoma, Donald E. Pray Law Library, Norman Tribal laws and legal records with an emphasis on tribes in Oklahoma.

Digitized constitutions and charters, particularly from the Indian Reorganization Act era.
University of Tulsa College of Law, Mabee Legal Information Center, Tulsa Tribal laws (including court opinions) with an emphasis on tribes in Oklahoma.
Lummi Library, Northwest Indian College, Bellingham Tribal laws of the Lummi Tribe.
Spokane Tribal College, Wellpinit Laws of the Spokane Tribe.
Wisconsin State Law Library, Madison Gaming compacts (current and historical) for tribes in Wisconsin and other states.
Wyoming State Law Library, Cheyenne Laws of the Arapahoe Tribe and Shoshone Tribe of the Wind River Reservation.

Many libraries have two microfiche collections of older tribal laws (some of which are online):