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The previous content on this page was essentially an old draft of the American Indian Genealogy page that was over two years old. I'm not sure how to archive it so I removed it instead. It can still be found by viewing this page's history.
Lotje2 06:11, 21 July 2012 (UTC)
Naming of Native American pages for Canada
Contributors that watch this page may be interested in joining the conversation posted at Talk:Indians of Canada#First Nations/Indians of Canada. -- Lotje2 06:11, 21 July 2012 (UTC)
Links to lesson plans
Some excellent tutorial lesson plans exist in the FHL that take a person through the process of using the Dawes Rolls. Under the "Research Tools" section of this Wiki page ("American Indian Genealogy"), could links be provided that would take one to one or more of the power point lessons used in the FHL classroom environment?
Another suggestion about this Wiki article: Could "Research Tools" be moved up much closer to the top of the article? At this time, the "Research Tools" section is quite short - but it is "buried" under (below) the voluminous "Jurisdictions. . . " section.
I think the "Websites" section, presently near the bottom, is more important/useful to a patron than the "Jurisdictions. . . . " section and should be higher. With no disrespect for the "Jurisdictions. . . " section, it is simply more in the category of "background info" and could be below sections that give direct help to do research.
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