Ministerium Rerum Indianarum

Vexillum Ministerii Rerum Indianarum.
Sigillum Ministerii Rerum Indianarum.
Ely S. Parker fuit primus Americanus Nativus Curator Rerum Indianarum designatus (1869–1871).
Cato Sells, Curator Rerum Indianarum, 1913.
Indians at Work ('Indi Laborantes'), magazina ab Office of Indian Affairs edita, praedecessore Ministerii Rerum Indianarum (1940).

Ministerium Rerum Indianarum (Anglice Bureau of Indian Affairs) est agentura gubernationis foederalis Civitatum Foederatarum intra Partem Interioris, quae procurat administrationem 55 700 000 agrorum terrae in fiducia a Civitatibus Foederatis pro Americanis Nativis in Civitatibus Foederatis, tribubus Americanorum Nativorum ab administratione foederali agnitis, et Alascanis Nativis tenta.

Ministerium Rerum Indianarum est unum e duobus ministeriis sub aegide Secretarii Adiutoris Rerum Indianarum, quorum aliud est Ministerium Educationis Indianorum, agentura quae eruditionem circa 48 000 Americanorum Nativorum praebet.

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Inter curators rerum Indianarum sunt[1]

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  • Belko, William S. 2004. John C. Calhoun and the Creation of the Bureau of Indian Affairs: An Essay on Political Rivalry, Ideology, and Policymaking in the Early Republic. South Carolina Historical Magazine 105(3): 170–197. ISSN 0038-3082.
  • Cahill, Cathleen D. 2011. Federal Fathers and Mothers: A Social History of the United States Indian Service, 1869–1933. University of North Carolina Press. Recognitio interretialis.
  • Deloria, Jr., Vine, et David E. Wilkins. 1999. Tribes, Treaties, & Constitutional Tribulations. Austin Texiae.
  • Jackson, Helen H. 1881. A Century of Dishonor: A Sketch of the U. S. Government's Dealings with Some of the Indian Tribes. Editio interretialis.
  • Leupp, F. E. 1910. The Indian and His Problem. Editio interretialis.
  • Meriam, Lewis, et al. 1928. The Problem of Indian Administration. Studies in Administration 17. Baltimorae.
  • Pevar, Stephen L. 2002. The Rights of Indians and Tribes. Carbondale Illinoesiae.
  • Prucha, Francis P. 1986. The Great Father: The United States Government and the American Indians. Editio imminuta. Pars et investigatio textualis.
  • Prucha, Francis P. 1990. Atlas of American Indian Affairs. Lincolniae Nebrascae.
  • Schmeckebier, L. F. 1927. Office of Indian Affairs: History, Activities,and Organization. Service Monograh 48. Baltimorae.
  • Sutton, I. 2000. Indian Country and the Law: Land Tenure, Tribal Sovereignty, and the States. In Law in the Western United States, ed. G. M. Bakken, caput 36. Normanniae Oclahomae.

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