FEDERAL INDIAN POLICY
Determining facts and histories regarding Federal Indian policy presents a variety of significant challenges. With a geographic range that is literally nationwide and a history of agreements, treaties, and claims that potentially go back several centuries, there is a vast amount of information spread across a wide range of repositories.
At Morgan, Angel, Brigham & Associates, we have the ability to find the documents necessary to develop detailed histories and reports of Federal Indian policy, as well as the expertise and perspective needed to provide a useful historical context. Our researchers are skilled both in historical and modern issues concerning the trust relationship that exists between the United States and Indian tribes. Whether trust issues call for analysis of ongoing federal management of forests or lands, or in accounting for Indian moneys, our historians are prepared to find the necessary evidentiary materials and answers.