Some U.S. government agencies provide online access to treaty texts that are related to their respective missions. In most cases, these are treaties that have been ratified by the U.S. and entered into force, but some agencies also include treaties that have been signed by the U.S. and are pending ratification or entry into force. In addition, a few international organizations maintain subject-specific treaty databases that enable users to generate a list of treaties to which the U.S. is a party.
- Arms Control
- Intellectual Property
- International Investment Law
- International Trade
- Native American Treaties
- Indian Affairs, Laws & Treaties, 1778-1883
Originally published in print as a multi-volume set by the Government Printing Office from 1903-1904. Free online access to the digitized volumes is provided by the Oklahoma State University Library. See Volume II for the full texts of treaties.
- Indigenous Peoples Treaties
Part of HeinOnline's Indigenous Peoples of the Americas Collection, this database provides electronic access to treaties with Native American peoples concluded during the British colonial era (1722-1768) and after the U.S. declared its independence from Britain (1778-1883). Search by keyword, treaty number (if known) or tribal name. Filter by date, if desired.
- Private International Law
- U.S. Department of State -- Office of the Legal Advisor