"Founded in 1944, the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) is the oldest, largest, and most representative American Indian and Alaska Native organization serving the broad interests of tribal governments and communities."
The Bureau of Indian Affairs publishes a list of federally recognized tribes in the Federal Register. Link is to 82 Fed. Reg. 4915 (Jan. 17, 2017).
For prior lists, see links from National Indian Law Library.
Contact information and website addresses for both federally recognized and non-federally recognized tribes, tribal schools, newspapers, courts, clinics, museums, casinos, and organizations. Also includes contact information for tribal liaisons in state agencies. Current edition online. 2001 print edition in special collections.
1983-current. Contains more than 8,000 directory listings for local and state officials and agencies. Includes biographies for individuals and brief descriptions of the primary responsibilities for agencies. Members of the U.S. Congress from Washington State and federally recognized tribes are also included. Print only.
Population estimates for reservations and off-reservation trust lands. Separate tabs for jobs, housing, economy, education. Note: Does not include info about tribal members living elsewhere, and does include non-tribal members.