While Martin Scorsese’s latest film, Killers of the Flower Moon, has renewed interest once again in the history of the Osage people….

Did you know that….

You probably know that November is Native American Heritage Month….

But did you know that it was established in 1990 by P.L 101-343? and that Public Laws, Congressional Hearings and all matters of Federal Legislative History are available on ProQuest Congressional — and part of NYLI membership?

You probably know that Nutshells are a great for getting familiar with an unfamiliar area of law…..

But did you know that NYLI has nearly 200 Nutshells available to members — in print & eBook format?

You might know that Cohen’s Handbook on Federal Indian Law is considered THE source for its topic… but did you know that it is part of NYLI’s collection ?

You may know that access to LLMC is included in NYLI membership…. but did you know that LLMC has a dedicated Indigenous Law Portal?

If you’ve seen Scorsese’s film — you know that it takes place in Oklahoma in the 1920s… but did you know that NYLI has historical statutes for all 50 states?

I guess by now you know that NYLI is your source for researching Native American, or any area, of Law….

But did you know that you can join NYLI today? Click here for how to join!