We have several professional genealogists who specifically perform Native American (America Indian) family history research. The Native Americans are not a homogenous population. There were  500 different tribes grouped together by language group, or by geographic region, or by cultural area.  We also have specialists who focus on the history and research for a particular tribe. Our genealogists will find and analyze the best records available to further your Native American family history research.
Doing  American Indian genealogy requires a cross-disciplinary approach where one must investigate many possbilities, including the history of the family and the area, church and local records, and tribal history and culture.
The archives used for Native American research include:
National Archives in Washington, D.C. and in various regions throughout the U.S.
National Museum of the American Indian 
Part of the Smithsonian Institution and is dedicated to the life, languages, literature, history, and arts of the Native
Americans of the Western Hemisphere.
State Historical Societies research room.
Numerous State Universities and Libraries.

Tribal families that were racially reclassified

Building a Bridge to the Digital Divide Coming Soon!! The Uchean Call Data Center

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