By Wade Davies, Richmond L. Clow
American Indian Sovereignty and legislation: An Annotated Bibliography covers a large choice of subject matters and contains resources facing federal Indian coverage, federal and tribal courts, felony justice, tribal governance, spiritual freedoms, financial improvement, and diverse sub-topics regarding tribal and person rights. whereas essentially all for the years 1900 to the current, many resources are incorporated that target the nineteenth century or previous.
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Jr. ” Arizona Law Review 31, no. 2 (1989): 237–78. Racism is the foundation of federal Indian law. Legal scholarship does a disservice to tribal people, treating the Cherokee cases as sacred when Georgia law now governs former tribal lands. Nineteenth-century arguments are being repeated today, especially racist ones. 243. , Jr. ” Georgia Law Review 24 (Summer 1990): 1019–44. Uses tribal humor and focuses on the Iroquois to stress the need for understanding the multi-cultural perspectives of tribal America when applying outsider jurisdiction.
Ellison, and Robert F. Heizer, eds. Treaty Making and Treaty Rejection by the Federal Government in California, 1850–1852. Socorro, NM: Ballena Press Publications in Archaeology, Ethnology and History, No. 9, 1978. During this two-year period, the tribal lands in California were lost through incompetence, fraud, and Senate refusal to ratify the treaties that might have provided some protection to the tribal population of 340. Balman, Gail. ” Chronicles of Oklahoma 48 (Summer 1970): 184–96. A narrative account of the treaty negotiations that ends with an analysis of what the negotiating parties gained and lost.
Important documents, primarily court cases, are included to cover water rights, gaming, and treaty rights. 248. Winslow, Kate. ” American Indian Journal of the Institute for the Development of Indian Law, 6 (September 1980): 2–11. The federal government stands as the greatest roadblock to tribal self-sufficiency. 249. Wirth, Rex and Stefanie Wickstrom. ” American Indian Quarterly 26 (Fall 2002): 509–25. Examples of hydropower and fisheries in the Pacific Northwest serve to illustrate intergovernmental cooperation among sovereigns.