American Indian Law in a Nutshell
Historical Overview of Federal Indian Law and Policy; Special Relationship Between the Federal Government and the Tribes; Indian Tribal Governments; Indian Tribal Sovereignty; Indian Treaties; Criminal and Civil Jurisdiction in Indian Country; Public Law 280: A Federal Grant of Jurisdiction to the States; Taxation and Regulation in Indian Country; Individual Rights and Indian Law; Indian Lands; Indian Water Rights; Indian Hunting and Fishing Rights.
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