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Native American Law Guide: Federal Indian, Tribal & Indigenous Peoples Law Related Resources  

Last Updated: Aug 24, 2017 URL: http://libguides.law.usd.edu/content.php?pid=409093 Print Guide RSS Updates

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South Dakota Department of Tribal Relations

The South Dakota Department of Tribal Relations works with the nine tribal governments in South Dakota. Click on the names of the tribes for general information and to view the tribal constitutions.

diamond bullet Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe

diamond bullet Crow Creek Sioux Tribe

diamond bullet Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe

diamond bullet Lower Brule Sioux Tribe

diamond bullet Oglala Sioux Tribe

diamond bullet Rosebud Sioux Tribe

diamond bullet Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate

diamond bullet Standing Rock Sioux Tribe

diamond bullet Yankton Sioux Tribe

 

 

 

Tribal Justice: 25 Years as a Tribal Appellate Justice - Frank Pommersheim

Tribal Justice: 25 Years as a Tribal Appellate Justice - Frank Pommersheim

Contains more than 125 tribal appellate court decisions authored by Justice Pommersheim.  The decisions are indexed both by subject and by tribal appellate court.  

 

Prairie Law Blog Native American Law Related Postings

Prairie Law Blog is the Blog of the USD School of Law McKusick Law Library.  Posts on both national and South Dakota issues are included on the Prairie Law Blog.

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South Dakota Indian Country Bar Association

South Dakota Indian Country Bar Association - "The South Dakota Indian Country Bar Association is comprised of Native and Non-Native lawyers and legal lay professionals who work in or with Indian Country. (“Indian Country” is a legal term which more or less refers to Native American Tribal governmental reservations or Native nations.) Our professionals are interested in fields such as Federal Indian law, Native American Tribal law, and State-Tribal relations."

 

State Library Native American and Tribal Resources

Although the South Dakota State Library does not maintain a collection or portal focused on Tribal Law resources, similar to some states including Montana, the state library does collect resources related to tribes in South Dakota.  Researchers may access information about such resources through the South Dakota State Library catalog and a sampling of resources from the South Dakota State Library Native American Collection.

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