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Colorado Ute Indian Water Rights Final Settlement Agreement Of Dec. 19, 1986, State Of Colorado, Ute Mountain Ute Indian Tribe, Southern Ute Indian Tribe, United States Department Of The Interior, United States Department Of Justice, Animas-La Plata Water Conservancy District, Dolores Water Conservancy District, Florida Water Conservancy District, Mancos Water Conservancy District, Southwestern Water Conservation District, City Of Durango, Town Of Pagosa Springs, Florida Farmers Ditch Company, Florida Canal Company, Fairfield Communities, Inc. Dec 1986

Colorado Ute Indian Water Rights Final Settlement Agreement Of Dec. 19, 1986, State Of Colorado, Ute Mountain Ute Indian Tribe, Southern Ute Indian Tribe, United States Department Of The Interior, United States Department Of Justice, Animas-La Plata Water Conservancy District, Dolores Water Conservancy District, Florida Water Conservancy District, Mancos Water Conservancy District, Southwestern Water Conservation District, City Of Durango, Town Of Pagosa Springs, Florida Farmers Ditch Company, Florida Canal Company, Fairfield Communities, Inc.

Native American Water Rights Settlement Project

Settlement Agreement: The Colorado Ute Indian Water Rights Final Settlement Agreement (Dec. 10, 1986) The Ute Mountain Tribe is entitled to: water from the Dolores Project for municipal/industrial, irrigation and fish/wildlife purposes & development with a priority date of 1868. Repayment of construction costs allocable to irrigation purposes shall be deferred; water from the Animas-La Plata Project for municipal/ industrial and for irrigation with a priority date of 1868; water from the Mancos River for irrigation; water from the Navajo Wash for irrigation; and water from the San Juan River. The Southern Ute Tribe is entitled to: water from the …


El Salvador: Methods Use To Document Human Rights Violations, Gloria Valencia-Weber Jan 1986

El Salvador: Methods Use To Document Human Rights Violations, Gloria Valencia-Weber

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This study describes and analyzes the methods used to document human rights abuses in El Salvador, focusing on the methods used by the United States Government through its Embassy in San Salvador, and by Tutela Legal, a nongovernmental monitoring agency in San Salvador. The authors examined Tutela and U.S. records which were relevant and available for 1980 through 1984 and used post-1984 official statements which relate to methods. The focus is on the method used for the documentation of the murder or disappearance of civilians. This paper begins with an examination of the current international human rights standards as they …