Fourth World Indigenous Studies

Fourth World Indigenous Studies

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------------------------------------------ Date: Tue, 8 Mar 1994 10:34:44 -0800 (PST) From: John Burrows

The Center For World Indigenous Studies runs an FTP site for the Fourth World Documentation Project. Our archives are being mirrored by the Univ. of Michigan's Gopher site at

Name=Fourth.World Type=1 Port=70 Path=1/Politics/Fourth.World

The Fourth World Documentation Project is happy to announce that our archives are now available via anonymous FTP and Gopher!


The Fourth World Documentation Project is an undertaking the Center For World Indigenous Studies started two years ago with the intent of making available to tribal governments, researchers and organizations with an interest in the Fourth World, many of the Center's documents and resources. The FWDP gathers documents from nations around the world and processes them into electronic text for distribution on the Internet and other computer networks. These documents form an electronic archive of voices from the Fourth World (sometimes referred to by the ambiguous term, "Indigenous Peoples")

Fourth World Documentation Project file directories and information.

African Documents North and South American Documents Resolutions and Declarations Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indian's Resolutions Navajo Nation's Navajo-Hopi Land Commission Papers National Congress of American Indian's Resolutions Other Organization's Resolutions Tribal Government Resolutions Center for World Indigenous Studies Publication Catalogue & Info European and Asian Documents General Fourth World Documents Melanesian/Polynesian/Micronesian Documents

Editor: Ali B. Ali-Dinar
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