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Native Hawaiians And The Ceded Lands Trust: Applying Self-Determination As An Alternative To The Equal Protection Analysis, R. Hōkūlei Lindsey Jan 2010

Native Hawaiians And The Ceded Lands Trust: Applying Self-Determination As An Alternative To The Equal Protection Analysis, R. Hōkūlei Lindsey

American Indian Law Review

No abstract provided.


Worcester V. Georgia: A Breakdown In The Separation Of Powers, Matthew L. Sundquist Jan 2010

Worcester V. Georgia: A Breakdown In The Separation Of Powers, Matthew L. Sundquist

American Indian Law Review

No abstract provided.


Yellow Snow On Sacred Sites: A Failed Application Of The Religious Freedom Restoration Act, Joshua A. Edwards Jan 2009

Yellow Snow On Sacred Sites: A Failed Application Of The Religious Freedom Restoration Act, Joshua A. Edwards

American Indian Law Review

No abstract provided.


Formalism And Judicial Supremacy In Federal Indian Law, Alex Tallchief Skibine Jan 2008

Formalism And Judicial Supremacy In Federal Indian Law, Alex Tallchief Skibine

American Indian Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Potential Passage Of Proposed Senate Bill 578 And Its Implication On Hicks V. Nevada And Twenty Years Of Supreme Court Jurisprudence, Richard L. Warren Jan 2005

The Potential Passage Of Proposed Senate Bill 578 And Its Implication On Hicks V. Nevada And Twenty Years Of Supreme Court Jurisprudence, Richard L. Warren

American Indian Law Review

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Giving Up The "I": How The National Museum Of The American Indian Appropriated Tribal Voices, Whitney Kerr Jan 2005

Giving Up The "I": How The National Museum Of The American Indian Appropriated Tribal Voices, Whitney Kerr

American Indian Law Review

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In Cases Involving Sites Of Religious Significance, Plaintiffs Will Fall In The Gap Of Judicial Deference That Exists Between The Religion Clauses Of The First Amendment, Jeff Pinter Jan 2005

In Cases Involving Sites Of Religious Significance, Plaintiffs Will Fall In The Gap Of Judicial Deference That Exists Between The Religion Clauses Of The First Amendment, Jeff Pinter

American Indian Law Review

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Colonizing The Last Frontier, David J. Bloch Jan 2004

Colonizing The Last Frontier, David J. Bloch

American Indian Law Review

In Aboriginal Rights and Judicial Wrongs: The Colonization of the Last Frontier, I examine a recent sea-change in federal Indian law that has escaped the notice of scholars. In the light of the divestiture of tribal sovereignty characterizing recent Supreme Court decisions, my article interrogates a contemporary case that rejects the property principle underlying all of federal Indian law itself in favor of a conception of aboriginal title never before countenanced in the United States and long discredited elsewhere. My analysis argues that this new conception traduces 175 years of American precedent and violates international law. I also contend that ...


Brown And Tee-Hit-Ton, Earl M. Maltz Jan 2004

Brown And Tee-Hit-Ton, Earl M. Maltz

American Indian Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Exhausted Doctrine, Letitia Ness Jan 2001

The Exhausted Doctrine, Letitia Ness

American Indian Law Review

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The De Facto Termination Of Alaska Native Sovereignty: An Anomaly In An Era Of Self-Determination, Benjamin W. Thompson Jan 2001

The De Facto Termination Of Alaska Native Sovereignty: An Anomaly In An Era Of Self-Determination, Benjamin W. Thompson

American Indian Law Review

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Indian Water Rights, The Missouri River, And The Administrative Process: What Are The Questions?, John H. Davidson Jan 1999

Indian Water Rights, The Missouri River, And The Administrative Process: What Are The Questions?, John H. Davidson

American Indian Law Review

No abstract provided.


A Review Of The 1990s And A Look At What's Ahead, Douglas B.L. Endreson Jan 1998

A Review Of The 1990s And A Look At What's Ahead, Douglas B.L. Endreson

American Indian Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Trend Of Supreme Court Decisions In Indian Cases, Louis F. Claiborne Jan 1998

The Trend Of Supreme Court Decisions In Indian Cases, Louis F. Claiborne

American Indian Law Review

No abstract provided.


Indian Law In The United States Supreme Court - Experiences In The 1980s And Predictions For The 1990s, Reid Peyton Chambers Jan 1998

Indian Law In The United States Supreme Court - Experiences In The 1980s And Predictions For The 1990s, Reid Peyton Chambers

American Indian Law Review

No abstract provided.


Seminole Tribe V. Florida - Extinction Of The "New Buffalo?", Michael Grant Jan 1997

Seminole Tribe V. Florida - Extinction Of The "New Buffalo?", Michael Grant

American Indian Law Review

No abstract provided.


Tribal Court General Civil Jurisdiction Over Actions Between Non-Indian Plaintiffs And Defendants: Strate V. A-1 Contractors, Jamelle King Jan 1997

Tribal Court General Civil Jurisdiction Over Actions Between Non-Indian Plaintiffs And Defendants: Strate V. A-1 Contractors, Jamelle King

American Indian Law Review

No abstract provided.


Recent Developments In American Indian Law Jan 1997

Recent Developments In American Indian Law

American Indian Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Flathead Water Quality Standards Dispute: Legal Bases For Tribal Regulatory Authority Over Non-Indian Reservation Lands, Daniel I.S.J. Rey-Bear Jan 1995

The Flathead Water Quality Standards Dispute: Legal Bases For Tribal Regulatory Authority Over Non-Indian Reservation Lands, Daniel I.S.J. Rey-Bear

American Indian Law Review

No abstract provided.


The First Americans And The "Free" Exercise Of Religion, Martin C. Loesch Jan 1993

The First Americans And The "Free" Exercise Of Religion, Martin C. Loesch

American Indian Law Review

No abstract provided.


Judicially-Suggested Harassment Of Indian Tribes: The Potawatomis Revisit Moe And Colville, Michael Minnis Jan 1991

Judicially-Suggested Harassment Of Indian Tribes: The Potawatomis Revisit Moe And Colville, Michael Minnis

American Indian Law Review

No abstract provided.


Halluctinations Of Neutrality In The Oregon Peyote Case, Harry F. Tepker Jr. Jan 1991

Halluctinations Of Neutrality In The Oregon Peyote Case, Harry F. Tepker Jr.

American Indian Law Review

No abstract provided.


Children: An Analysis Of Cases Decided Pursuant To The Indian Child Welfare Act Of 1978, Therese Buthod Jan 1982

Children: An Analysis Of Cases Decided Pursuant To The Indian Child Welfare Act Of 1978, Therese Buthod

American Indian Law Review

No abstract provided.


Constitutional Law: Congressional Plenary Power Over Indian Affairs--A Doctrine Rooted In Prejudice, Irene K. Harvey Jan 1982

Constitutional Law: Congressional Plenary Power Over Indian Affairs--A Doctrine Rooted In Prejudice, Irene K. Harvey

American Indian Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Supreme Court, Tribal Sovereignty, And Continuing Problems Of State Encroachment Into Indian Country, Clifford M. Lytle Jan 1980

The Supreme Court, Tribal Sovereignty, And Continuing Problems Of State Encroachment Into Indian Country, Clifford M. Lytle

American Indian Law Review

No abstract provided.


What About Colville?, Bess Lee Chen Jan 1980

What About Colville?, Bess Lee Chen

American Indian Law Review

No abstract provided.


Treaties: Fishing Rights In The Pacific Northwest--The Supreme Court "Legislates" An Equitable Solution, Rod Vessels Jan 1980

Treaties: Fishing Rights In The Pacific Northwest--The Supreme Court "Legislates" An Equitable Solution, Rod Vessels

American Indian Law Review

No abstract provided.


Tribal Sovereignty: An Analysis Of Montana V. United States, S. J. Bloxham Jan 1980

Tribal Sovereignty: An Analysis Of Montana V. United States, S. J. Bloxham

American Indian Law Review

No abstract provided.


Aboriginal Title, Alaskan Native Property Rights, And The Case Of The Tee-Hit-Ton Indians, Steven John Bloxham Jan 1980

Aboriginal Title, Alaskan Native Property Rights, And The Case Of The Tee-Hit-Ton Indians, Steven John Bloxham

American Indian Law Review

No abstract provided.


Recent Developments Jan 1978

Recent Developments

American Indian Law Review

No abstract provided.