Research Tools: “Project by NM Museum, National Archives Posts 374 US-Tribal Treaties Online”
UPDATE October 12, 2020 The National Archives (NARA) Officially Announced Treaties Explorer/DigiTreaties today. Here’s the announcement.
From the Albuquerque Journal:
When it comes to records, accessibility is the key.
The online tool adds to the established Indigenous Digital Archive, which is a collaboration with MIAC, the New Mexico State Library, the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center and the New Mexico History Museum.
Direct to Digitreaties.org
Direct to Indigenous Digital Archive
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