New York State Library - Manuscripts and Special Collections
Petition to the New York State Legislature for constructing a road through the Seneca Indian Reservation from inhabitants of the counties of Erie, Cattaraugus, Genesee, and Allegany. The petition requests that the legislature appropriate the sum of 2000 dollars to improve the road and repair it's bridges. The inhabitants could no longer afford to maintain the road, on which they depended for much of their commercial transportation
University of California, Berkeley
Written in several hands (probably government agents), this journal contains entries about chores, business, weather, etc
Utah State Historical Society
Acquired from Goshute Revervation by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management
State Historical Society of North Dakota State Archives
Consists of a registry book containing names of agency visitors and an Indian census arranged by tribe (original and transcribed); an order issued by the agency superintendent restricting tribal dances and travel; correspondence, pamphlets, programs, drawings, printed material, and photographs that belonged to Roanna F. Challis, teacher with the Congregational Mission, ca. 1889-1892; a photocopy of the disbursing agent's journal, a record of daily events at the reservation; and miscellaneous printed materials and articles relating to the Reservation and the Congregational Mission
State Historical Society of North Dakota State Archives
Consists of holographic letters from the General Land Office and the Secretary of Dakota Territory concerning land claims of the Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, land surveys, and the establishment of Reservation boundaries
State Historical Society of North Dakota State Archives
Consists of land patents for reservation lands, a blank Indian marriage license, and blank last will and testament
Minnesota Historical Society
A register that appears to have been used to keep track of new enrollees on the reservation who may have been eligible for allotments (p. 114-243), including a death register for Jan.-May 1896 (10 entries, pp. 2-3)
Forest History Society
This collection includes correspondence, memoranda, reports, and photographs and other materials that were assembled by professional historians Dr. Harold K. Steen and Dr. Robert E. Ficken in order to historically document the forest management practices of the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) on the 200,000-acre Quinault Indian Reservation in Washington State. The materials were compiled as evidence in the 1975 Helen Mitchell, et al., v. United States case filed by a group of Quinault Indians who alleged that, beginning in 1920, the BIA mismanaged forests on the Quinault Indian Reservation to the detriment of Native Americans. The Forest History Society generated the final report of Steen and Ficken, The Bureau of Indian Affairs and Forestry on the Quinalt Indian Reservation: A History (1977), for the Department of Justice
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Photographs include one large group of Indian students on the Swinomish reservation, LaConner, Washington; portraits of Dr. Joseph, chief tribal medicine man; and "Old Joe.".
Montana Historical Society Research Center - Archives and Photograph Archives
This collection consists of seven letterpress books of outgoing correspondence (1877-1894) of Crow Indian Agents Lewis H. Carpenter, George W. Frost, Augustus R. Keller, C.H. Barstow, Henry J. Armstrong, H.E. Williamson, and Moses P. Wyman. Includes reports and letters to the U.S. Commissioner of Indian Affairs; minutes of meetings with tribal council; census; texts of treaties; inventories; accounts of events; and financial materials. (MF 293)