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Find a digitized, searchable copy of the seven volumes Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties, compiled and edited by Charles J. Kappler, which includes U.S. treaties (1778–1883) and laws and executive orders (pre-1902–1971) pertaining to Native American tribes.
We have Volume 2 with the treaties in print: Reference KF8203 1972.
This site includes the full text of nine early treaties from 1722-1805 not included in Kappler's compilation (see above). Seven originated from early treaties between a number of American Indian Nations and the British; two are with the United States.
This set explores treaties and sovereignty in depth. Here you can find:
v. 1: Thematic essays on treaty history and issues
v. 2: Background and the full text of some treaties
v. 3: Detailed chronology and biographies of influential people
Look here for an overview of the Native American Movement, starting on p. 695 in volume 2 (see p. iii for section contents). It also includes some current topics, such as environmentalism and Indian mascots.