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Regional Archives of the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) exist in regions throughout the United States. Many of these regional archives have collected records of the federal offices in their region, including those of the field jurisdictions of the Bureau of Indian Affairs.  Some of the field jurisdictions are the superintendencies, agencies, schools, factories, and area offices of the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
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Regional Archives of the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) exist in regions throughout the United States. Many of these regional archives have collected records of the federal offices in their region, including those of the field jurisdictions of the Bureau of Indian Affairs.  Some of the field jurisdictions are the superintendencies, agencies, schools, factories, and area offices of the Bureau of Indian Affairs.  
  
Most of the records of the Bureau of Indian Affairs are in Record Group 75, Records of the Bureau of Indian Affairs. The regional archives have inventoried their holdings and have placed those inventories online. While these inventories are not detailed listings of all their holdings, they do provide some indication of the field offices included in their collection.
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Most of the records of the Bureau of Indian Affairs are in Record Group 75, Records of the Bureau of Indian Affairs. The regional archives have inventoried their holdings and have placed those inventories online. While these inventories are not detailed listings of all their holdings, they do provide some indication of the field offices included in their collection.  
  
The Regional Archives with the larger collections of American Indian Records are:
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The Regional Archives with the larger collections of American Indian Records are:  
  
*Great Lakes Regional Archives
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*Great Lakes Regional Archives at Chicago, Illinois<br>
*Central Plains Regional Archives
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*Central Plains Regional Archives at Kansas City, Missouri<br>
*Southwest Regional Archives
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*Southwest Regional Archives at Fort Worth, Texas<br>
*Rocky Mountain Regional Archives
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*Rocky Mountain Regional Archives at Denver, Colorado<br>
*Pacific Regional Archives at Laguna Niguel
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*Pacific Regional Archives at Laguna Niguel, California
*Pacific Regional Archives at San Bruno
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*Pacific Regional Archives at San Francisco, California<br>
*Pacific and Alaska Regional Archives
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*Pacific Alaska Regional Archives at Seattle, Washington<br>
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*Pacific Alaska Regional Archives at Anchorage, Alaska
  
The other Regional Archives with relatively small collections of American Indian records are:
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The other Regional Archives with relatively small collections (mostly copies of microfilmed records from the National Archives) of American Indian records are:  
  
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*Southeast Regional Archives at Atlanta, Georgia
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*Mid Atlantic Regional Archives at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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*Northeast Regional Archives at Boston, Massachusetts
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*Northeast Regional Archives at New York City, New York
  
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Revision as of 17:29, 19 December 2008

Regional Archives of the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) exist in regions throughout the United States. Many of these regional archives have collected records of the federal offices in their region, including those of the field jurisdictions of the Bureau of Indian Affairs.  Some of the field jurisdictions are the superintendencies, agencies, schools, factories, and area offices of the Bureau of Indian Affairs.

Most of the records of the Bureau of Indian Affairs are in Record Group 75, Records of the Bureau of Indian Affairs. The regional archives have inventoried their holdings and have placed those inventories online. While these inventories are not detailed listings of all their holdings, they do provide some indication of the field offices included in their collection.

The Regional Archives with the larger collections of American Indian Records are:

  • Great Lakes Regional Archives at Chicago, Illinois
  • Central Plains Regional Archives at Kansas City, Missouri
  • Southwest Regional Archives at Fort Worth, Texas
  • Rocky Mountain Regional Archives at Denver, Colorado
  • Pacific Regional Archives at Laguna Niguel, California
  • Pacific Regional Archives at San Francisco, California
  • Pacific Alaska Regional Archives at Seattle, Washington
  • Pacific Alaska Regional Archives at Anchorage, Alaska

The other Regional Archives with relatively small collections (mostly copies of microfilmed records from the National Archives) of American Indian records are:

  • Southeast Regional Archives at Atlanta, Georgia
  • Mid Atlantic Regional Archives at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Northeast Regional Archives at Boston, Massachusetts
  • Northeast Regional Archives at New York City, New York