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Determining Native American ancestry should be done genealogically, by examining each line of your family tree for plausible connections. If you are unsure which family line to explore, or have few family history lines established, choose one that seems the most plausible and begin filling out the individuals. As you work your way back look for clues that may suggest a Native American individual. There is a wonderful resource with details for doing this from the American Indian Council.

Before you go any further, consider reading through Native american dating pictures genealogy research guide from the Dept. Try this book for help: If and when you are able to locate a person or persons you feel may have been Native American, there are a variety of records to explore to increase your knowledge.

Start there as you would with any ancestor. If the person was a fairly recent ancestor, the next best place to look for information may be with the tribe or band your ancestor belonged to. The tribe may have a list of resources available for researching members and likely has many established genealogies in place.

Please note that many of these documents are private or will only be available to you once you have proven a connection to the individual named. Please do not pursue research into Native American ancestry with the sole hope of gaining tribal enrollment. Individuals who qualify for such enrollment have recent and well-established ancestry, not a distant family relationship.

This method is often one of the best ways to uncover details about known Native American ancestors. Many even have the information available on their websites.

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Unsubscribe at any time. You're almost ready to start receiving tips! Simply confirm your email address to complete your subscription. There are also a variety of large record collections specific to Native Americans, most from the 19th and 20th centuries, and many are now found online. The stated objective of the Dawes Act was to stimulate assimilation of Indians into American society.

Individual ownership of land was seen as an essential step. Cherokee, Creek, Choctaw, Chickasaw, and Seminole. Tribe members were entitled to an allotment of land, in return for abolishing their tribal governments and recognizing Federal laws.

In order to receive the land, individual tribal members first had to apply and be deemed eligible by the Commission.