Alaska natives and American laws
Comprehensive historical and legal analysis of the application of the principles of federal Indian law to Alaska Natives. A review and analysis of legal principles applicable to Alaska natives in several substantive areas. Refutes the assumption that passage of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act in 1971 extinguished the special legal status of Alaska natives as aboriginal people.
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The Modern Relationship
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