Native Americans and the Law: A Dictionary
"An excellent source for exploring such subjects as the American Indian Movement, the Bureau of Indian Affairs, checkerboarded lands, the Indian Child Welfare Act, inherent sovereignty, water rights, and more, this reference work serves many users: lawyers looking for a summary of Native American legal issues, researchers needing a refresher or a first-stop source, students and teachers interested in an overview of the field, as well as laypersons seeking information and insights into this uniquely American field of jurisprudence." --Book Jacket.
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NATIVE AMERICANS AND THE
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CALIFORNIA v CABAZON BAND OF MISSION INDIANS 1987
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