Felix S. Cohen's Handbook of federal Indian law
This treatise on native American Indian law focuses on the relationships among tribes, the states, and the federal government. The work covers civil and criminal jurisdiction, as well as, resource management and tribal government structure.
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Definition of Indian
Exercise of Federal Power to Determine 1 The Historical Policy
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