Whilst searching for material you sometimes find a resource that you want to tell other people about! On this occasion it is the Library of Congress Law Library.
It is based on a print book collection, which is not accessible to us. However as with most libraries today they are digitising their collection. Access may be limited but it still offers alot of interesting material for students of this topic.
One of the sections of most interest was the Indigenous Law Portal, which allowed PDF downloads of some of the materials. This included maps, Constitutions and by-laws, Corporate charters of native villages and Laws.
All in all a treasure trove of material.
If you find any resources you’d like us to share on the blog, please let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.