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International Relations: Treaties

Native American Treaties

Treaties were made between the United States government and American Indian tribes until 1871. In 1871 Congress passed a law which said that Indian tribes were no longer to be recognized as independent nations with whom treaties could be made.

Treaties and Agreements - United States

Prior to 1950, treaties to which the U.S. was a party were published in Statutes at Large. In 1950, a new series, United States Treaties and other International Agreements began.

Treaties and Agreements - International