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Our tribal history pages represent a cross-index of specific pages on our site relevant to a tribe. These pages are not meant to replace our search, which should be used to find a much larger amount of mentions for each tribe, but to provide a quick reference point for researchers to find a larger quantity of material for a specific tribe. Beside some links are an author’s name or book title. To find more information about each author or book please view our main Indian Tribes of the United States page.

Haida Indians

Hainai Indians

Halchidhoma Indians

  • Halchidhoma Indians – Swanton
  • Arizona Indian Tribes – Swanton
  • Maricopa Indians – Swanton (Connections)

Halvikwamai Indians

Hanis Indians

Hathawekela Indians (Absentee Shawnee)

Hatteras Indians

Havasupai Indians

Hidatsa Indians

Hilibi Indians

Hitchiti Indians

Hoh Indians

Honniasont-Keronon Indians

Hopi Indians

Houma Indians

Housatonic Indians (Stockbridge)

Huchnom Indians

Huma Indians

Humptulips Indians

  • Humptulips Tribe – Hodge
  • Humptulips Indians – Swanton
  • Salishan Family – Indian Linguistic Families of America North of Mexico

Hunkpapa Indians (Teton Sioux)

Hunkpatina Indians (Yanktonai Sioux)

Hupa Indians

Huron Indians

  • Huron Tribe – Hodge
  • Indian Missions of the Middle Atlantic States
  • Notes on the Iroquois
    Notes on the Iroquois is an official report to the government on the possibilities of civilizing the Iroquois. In the face of facts which depress all others, Schoolcraft is full of high hope that these Indians may be once and for all leaving hunting and farming. He finds the Iroquois increasing in numbers, stabilizing the organization of their society, and improving as individuals.
  • The Huron Iroquois Family – Jesuits in North America in the Seventeenth Century
  • The Huron – Jesuits in North America in the Seventeenth Century
  • The Huron Mission – Jesuits in North America in the Seventeenth Century
  • The Dispersion of the Huron – Chronicles of Canada
  • Who these Ancient Villagers Were – Annals of the Red Man, Ontario Canada

MLA Source Citation:

Indian Tribes of the United States Compiled by AccessGenealogy. Copyright 1999-2013, all rights reserved. Web. 15 December 2014. - Last updated on Nov 22nd, 2013


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