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Book review

Indigenous, Indian, and Aboriginal Law

University of Oklahoma College of Law

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Displacing The Judiciary: Customary Law And The Threat Of A Defensive Tribal Council: A Book Review Of Raymond D. Austin, Navajo Courts And Navajo Common Law: A Tradition Of Tribal Self-Governance (2009), Ezra Rosser Jan 2010

Displacing The Judiciary: Customary Law And The Threat Of A Defensive Tribal Council: A Book Review Of Raymond D. Austin, Navajo Courts And Navajo Common Law: A Tradition Of Tribal Self-Governance (2009), Ezra Rosser

American Indian Law Review

No abstract provided.


Book Review: John W. W. Mann, Sacajawea's People: The Lemhi Shoshones And The Salmon River Country, University Of Nebraska Press, 2004, Jari D. Barnett Jan 2005

Book Review: John W. W. Mann, Sacajawea's People: The Lemhi Shoshones And The Salmon River Country, University Of Nebraska Press, 2004, Jari D. Barnett

American Indian Law Review

No abstract provided.


Book Review: Lindsay G. Robertson, Conquest By Law: How The Discovery Of America Dispossessed Indigenous Peoples Of Their Lands, Oxford University Press, 2005, Willaim D. Wallace Jan 2005

Book Review: Lindsay G. Robertson, Conquest By Law: How The Discovery Of America Dispossessed Indigenous Peoples Of Their Lands, Oxford University Press, 2005, Willaim D. Wallace

American Indian Law Review

No abstract provided.


Book Review: American Indian Environments: Ecological Issues In Native American History, Harold W. Young Jan 1980

Book Review: American Indian Environments: Ecological Issues In Native American History, Harold W. Young

American Indian Law Review

No abstract provided.