Monday, September 16, 2019


This searchable database includes  3567 citations to law review articles on  Native People in America or Native Americans, Alaskan Native.  The oldest article is an 1888 article: Indians and the Law, 2 Harvard Law Review  167.


Documents were gathered through an electronic database search using the following search terms in the title of the article: " Native or Indian or Indigenous".


The documents were not reviewed and may only be tangentially related to the topic, Furthermore, it is possible that an inappropriate article is included in the database. If you think an article is racist, sexist, homophobic, Islamophobic or otherwise inappropriate,  please email with the (1) the name of the database and (2) the complete name of the article.


This database has two visible pages  - list of all records (initially) or records that meet the condition (on search), and a detailed view of the selected record. When you click on any record in the list,  a detailed report will be returned for the selected record. Each record includes, at a minimum, title, citation.


Patrons can get an abstract of an article placed on the website.
Go, signup as a patron and then submit your request for the article. 





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Vernellia R. Randall
Founder and Editor
Professor Emerita of Law
The University of Dayton School of Law