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Category: All Categories: American Indians: Indian Legal Issues
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1.

Indian Justice Planning Project 1971
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Publisher: Indian Justice Planning Project, 1971 Santa Fe, NM.
Book. Book condition: Good to Very Good. Trade paperback 4to - over 9 - 12" tall "..While not intended nor offered as a learned treatise to the serious scholar of Indian affairs and history, Part I of this study should serve to acquaint the reader with a brief history of the peoples with whom this study deals, with traditional justice forms from which the present state of Indian justice has evolved and with the peculi9ar legal status of the American Indian and his government. It will examine the major legislative enactments with which the Indian must deal on a continuing, daily basis and it will describe the unique resourc3es and limitations imposed upon the Indian in his constant struggle toward self-government. Part II of this study contains 38 individual tribal plans in four state sections. The comprehensive state plans reflect a composite of those tribal plans within that state. The Navajo plan is set out in a separate section. While the seat of Navajo tribal government is located in Window Rock, Arizona, the reservation lies partially with the states of Arizona, New Mexico and Utah. The directors of those state planning agencies have previously agreed in principle to joint funding of those Navajo applications which would affect the entire reservation significantly. The theme of this study and the course chosen by the Indian Justice Planning Project is reflected on the cover - The People Shall Judge." 557 pages. Book is in GOOD or better condition; small green stain on rear cover; some shelfwear. Paper wrappers.

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2.

California Indians Jurisdictional Act.

Publisher: U.S. Government Printing Office 1939.
Coyote Press facsimile reprint Softcover

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3.

Progress Report to the Legislature by the Senate Interim Committee on California Indian Affairs.

Publisher: California State Senate 1953.
Coyote Press facsimile reprint Softcover

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4.

Coastal Band of the Chumash Nation, Southern Council of the Chumash Nation, Connie Diaz, Kenny Lemos, and Jamie Karl v. Ventura County : Court Decision, California

Publisher: 1986.
Coyote Press facsimile reprint Memorandum of Decision and Order, U.S. District Court, CV 86-7979 PAR Softcover

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5.
Cumming, Peter A. & Neil H. Mickenberg, eds.  
Native Rights in Canada.

Publisher: The Indian-Eskimo Association of Canada/General Publishing Company 1972.
Second edition, second printing Hardcover X-library; near very good condition except for normal x-library stamps, pockets, and wear. #C01713

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6.
Deloria, Jr., Vine and DeMallie, Raymond (Intro)  
Proceedings of the Great Peace Commission of 1867-1868
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Publisher: The Institute for the Development of Indian Law, 1975 Washington, DC.
Book. Book condition: Good. Trade paperback 4to - over 9 - 12" tall "In 1969 a group of Indian activists occupied Alcatraz Island in San Francisco Bay claiming they had rights under the 1868 Treaty of Fort Laramie to lay claim to surplus government lands. The theory proved to be popular among Indians and soon numerous groups were claiming that the 1868 treaty gave them the right to occupy lands that were no longer being used by the government. In 1973, 300 Indians occupied the village of Wounded Knee on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservations in South Dakota and demanded that the Senate Foreign Relations Committee hold hearings on the 1868 treaty. The occupation lasted for 71 days and resulted in an agreement between the occupants and the government. Criminal indictments were handed down against numerous people who had been at Wounded Knee and in many of the trials following the occupation the treaty was used as a defense against the claim by the government that it had sufficient jurisdiction to try the defendants. In order to understand the 1868 Treaty of Fort Laramie, one must know something of the series of events which surrounded the numerous treaty negotiations on the Northern and Southern Plains for more than a decade prior to the signing of that treaty.." 176 pages. Book is in GOOD condition;p small chip at bottom of front cover. Paper wrappers

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7.
Hagan, WIlliam T.  
INDIAN POLICE AND JUDGES: Experiments in Acculturation and Control
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Publisher: London and New Haven: Yale University Press, 1966.
Apparent First U.K. Edition (no additional printings noted on c.p.). NY and London: Yale University Press, 1966. Yale Western Americana Series # 13. Small octavo. 194 (202) pp. 12 b&w full-page photos after text. Bibliography. Index. Brick-colored cloth hardcover. Very Good+ (minimal rubbing at tips; very slight slant to boards) with Good+ dust jacket (orig. price 48s. present; one-inch closed tear bottom front; two-inch closed tear bottom back; corner edges show rub & wear; light soil at back; in unattached archival mylar cover for protection). Book and contents very clean, tight, bright, no marks or names. Collectible gift condition. From d.j. review: "The part played by the American Indians in bringing the white man's concepts of law and law enforcement to their people has been largely unexplored. In this first systematic study of the Indian's acculturation to the legal systems of his conquerors, Mr. Hagan describes the evolution of Indian police and court systems inaugurated by the Office of Indian Affairs and, starting in 1878, put in force on most reservations west of the Mississippi....The many fascinating accounts of day-to-day life on the reservation will interest the historian and anthropologist as well as students of jurisprudence and social psychology."

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8.
Institute for the Development of Indian Law.  
Treaties & Agreements of the Indian Tribes of the Southwest, Including Western Oklahoma.

Publisher: Washington D.C. Institute for the Development of Indian Law 1974?.
Softcover Near very good condition in wraps. C1033

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9.
Johnson, Kenneth M.  
K-344: Or the Indians of California vs. The United States.

Publisher: Los Angeles Dawson's Book Shop 1966.
First edition 1 of 500 copies printed by Richard Hoffman at the California State College at Los Angeles. The title comes from the court file number of the famous and prolonged case which resulted in the settlement of Indian land claims for $1.25 an acre Hardcover Very good condition; previous owner's name in ink on free front endpaper. No dust jacket, as issued. #11293

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10.
Kenny, Robert W.  
History and Proposed Settlement, Claims of the California Indians.

Publisher: California Attorney General 1944.
Coyote Press facsimile reprint Softcover

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11.
Kinney, J.P.  
A Continent Lost -- A Civilization Won: Indian Land Tenure in America.

Publisher: Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, 1937..
First Edition, First printing Hardback octavo in gilt stamped red cloth. 366 pages. An interesting treatise on the actual policies of governments with respect to Indian lands (as opposed to actual practices). There is an attempt, perhaps pointless but an attempt at balance, to show some good results of such policies. Previous owner name on front endpaper; some glue transfer toning to endpapers; covers with light extremity wear. The jacket is largely intact with minor and inconsequential shallow loss of material at head of spine and minor chipping at top rear panel; edges generally moderately worn with small edge tears. Hardcover Hardcover Very Good+ in Very Good DJ

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12.
Otis, D.S.; edited by Francis Paul Prucha.  
The Dawes Act and the Allotment of Indian Lands.

Publisher: Norman OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1973..
First Edition thus ISBN: 0806110392 Previously published as part of the report of the 1934 hearings on the effect of the Dawes Act of 1887. The publisher terms it a "new edition" . Octavo, about 8.25 inches (21 cm) tall, in black cloth. 206 pages. The book and jacket have minimal extremity wear. Hardcover Hardcover Near Fine in Near Fine Dustjacket

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13.
Parker, Linda S.  
Native American Estate: The Struggle Over Indian and Hawaiian Lands.

Publisher: University of Hawaii Press 1989.
First edition Hardcover X-library with usual marks and pockets, otherwise very good condition in very good dust jacket. #2081

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14.
Rhoads, Charles J., et al.  
Report of the Committee on Indian Affairs to the Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government.

Publisher: No place (presumably Washington D.C.): No publisher, 1948..
No Edition Indicated Quarto in stiff brown wraps with binder tape spine. Likely a post-publication cover. 325 pages with graphs, fold out map. A lengthy statement of the state of affairs of the Interior Department's administration of Indians and their resources, with recommendations for change. An interesting historical document. Title page heavily covered with notes with previous owner name at top. Occasional margin notes. Covers are unworn. Interior is moderately toned, a couple of pages show tape residue, and the last text leaf detached, having been previously cut down and taped to another page. Softcover Softcover Good

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15.
Royce, Charles C.  
Indian Land Cessions in the United States. : Bureau of American Ethnology 18th Annual Report, 1896-1897, pp. 521-964.

Publisher: Smithsonian Institution 1899.
Coyote Press facsimile reprint. Includes 67 color ink jet maps. Softcover

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16.
Stern, Kenneth S.  
Loud Hawk The United States versus the American Indian Movement

University of Oklahoma Press, c.1994, 1st. 8vo., cloth, 373pp., ex-lib.- sp label, bkplte., pocket, stamps, dj in plastic & stuck to eps, ow NF/NF $

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17.
United States House of Representatives.  
Mission Indians of Southern California, 43d Congress, 1st Session, Ex. Doc. No. 91.

Publisher: 1874.
Coyote Press facsimile reprint Letter from the Secretary of the Interior transmitting a report of the special agent [Rev. J.G. Ames] appointed to visit the Mission Indians of Southern California, and recommending an appropriation for the said Indians, January 2, 1874. Softcover

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18.
United States Senate.  
Report of the Secretary of the Interior, 32rd Congress, 1st Session, Ex. Doc. No. 104.

Publisher: 1852.
Coyote Press facsimile reprint Letter from the Secretary of the Interior communicating a letter from the Commissioner of Indian Affairs (McKee) with copies of communications received from the agents of the department in California, in relation to debts contracted by them. August 12, 1852. Softcover

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19.
Walker, Deward E., Jr.  
An Examination of American Indian Reaction to Proposals of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs for General Legislation. : Northwest Anthropological Research Notes, Memoir 1

Publisher: 1967.
Coyote Press facsimile reprint Softcover

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