Native American Genealogical Resources

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Byers, Paula, ed.,Native American Genealogical Sourcebook, New York: Gale, 1995. Also in the Reference Collection.
How to begin Native American research showing organizations and resources available.

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Carpenter, Cecelia,How to Research American Indian Blood Lines, Bountiful, UT: American Genealogical Lending Library, 1994.

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Gormley, Myra,Cherokee Connections, Baltimore: GPC, 1995.
Introduction to genealogical sources pertaining to Cherokee ancestors.

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Kirkham, E. Kay,Our Native Americans and Their Records of Genealogical Value, Logan, UT: Everton, 1980-84.
Extensive description of the records available through the National Archives and the Family History Library in Salt Lake City.

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Lennon, Rachal,Tracing Ancestors Among the Five Civilized Tribes, Baltimore: GPC, 2002.

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McClure, Tony,Cherokee Proud, Somerville, TN: Chunannee Books, 1999.
Also in the Reference Collection. How to trace your Cherokee ancestry.

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Morningstar, Heather,How to Enroll in an Indian Tribe, Denver, CO: Arrowstar, 1993.
Dated but good background information about how to start the process and what information is needed.

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Reintjes, Afton,How to Research "A Little Bit of Indian" Salt Lake City: Family History World, 1989?
Researching Native American genealogy through unofficial sources especially books.

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Walton-Raji, Angela,Black Indian Genealogy Research, Bowie, MD: Heritage Quest, 1993.