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American Indian Sovereignty and legislation: An Annotated Bibliography covers a wide selection of issues and contains assets facing federal Indian coverage, federal and tribal courts, felony justice, tribal governance, spiritual freedoms, fiscal improvement, and diverse sub-topics with regards to tribal and person rights. whereas essentially thinking about the years 1900 to the current, many assets are incorporated that concentrate on the nineteenth century or past.

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Horse negotiates with the federal and state authorities on a daily basis from a sovereign position. They must keep their culture to preserve their inherent tribal sovereignty. 275. Faiman-Silva, Sandra. Choctaws at the Crossroads: The Political Economy of Class and Culture in the Ok- Twentieth-Century Sovereignty Overviews—Tribally Specific lahoma Timber Region. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1997. Forced to remove to Indian Territory in the 1830s, the Choctaws created a new home in Oklahoma.

235. Wilkinson, Charles F. American Indians, Time and the Law: Native Societies in a Modern Constitutional Democracy. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1987. The modern era of tribal government began in 1959 with Williams v. Lee. This decision gave meaning to the former tribal treaties that represent and defend tribal sovereignty. Judges have demonstrated a rare moral sense of obligation when dealing with tribal cases that inevitably involve old treaties. 236. Wilkinson, Charles F. ” In Indians and Criminal Justice, edited by Laurence French, 75–92.

Collection of newspaper and newsmagazine articles and editorials representing viewpoints on the New Deal, Termination, pan-Indian activism and religious pan-Indianism. 224. Weaver, Jace. Other Words: American Indian Literature, Law, and Culture. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2001. Thematic essays, many of which deal with literature. Part two relates to law and discusses NAGPRA, religious freedom, triangulated power, and international human rights. 225. Weil, Robert. The Legal Status of the Indian.

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