Bibliography



Download 0.56 Mb.
Page2/2
Date conversion19.02.2016
Size0.56 Mb.
1   2

Monographs, Reports, and Pamphlets
American Indian Lawyer Training Program. Indian Tribes as

Governments, rev. ed. New York: John Hay Whitney Founda­tion, 1975.

Arizona Office of Economic Planning and Development, Indian

Planning Program. Critical Issues in Indian-State Relations.

Phoenix, Ariz., 1981.

Barsh, Russel (under the supervision of the state superintendent

of public instruction, Washington State). Understanding In­dian Treaties. 1978.

Beauchamp, William M. A History of the New York Iroquois, Now

Commonly Called the Six Nations. New York State Museum

Bulletin 76. Albany, 1905.



Civil, Religious, and Mourning Councils and Ceremonies of the

Adoption of the New York Indians. New York State Museum

Bulletin 113. Reprint. Albany: University of the State of New

York, 1975.

Council of Energy Resource Tribes. CERT Report. Washington,

D.C. (various issues).

Deskaheh: Iroquois Statesman and Patriot. Six Nations Indian Museum Series. Rooseveltown, N.Y.: n.d.

Drumm, Judith. Iroquois Culture Educational Leaflet. State Mu­seum and Science Service, no. 5. Albany: University of the

State of New York, n.d.

~‘ Indian Committee of the Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Re­ligious Society of Friends. The Story of Deganawidah: How He Planted the Tree of Great Peace and Founded the Iroquois Con­federacy. Philadelphia: n.d.

Johnson O’Malley Commission of Region IV. The Way It Was

(Anakus Iwacha). State of Washington, 1974.

Kickingbird, Kirke, et al. Indian Sovereignty. Washington, D.C.:

Institute for the Development of Indian Law, 1977.

Kickingbird, Lynn, and Kirke Kickingbird. indians and the U.S.

Government. Washington, D.C.: Institute for the Development

of Indian Law, 1977.

National Advisory Council on Indian Education. Annual Report:

1978. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office,

1978.


National Conference of State Legislatures, Commission on

State-Tribal Relations. State-Tribal Agreements: A Compre­hensive Study. Np.: American Indian Law Center, 1981.

National Park Service. Soldier and Brave: Historic Places Asso­icated with Indian Affairs and Indian Wars in Trans-Mississippi West. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1971.

Native American Rights Fund (Boulder, Colorado). Announce­ments (various issues).

342 BIBL

IOGRApHy

New Mexico, state of, Commerce and Industry Department ln­dians of New Mexico, Santa Fe: Nd.

Six Nations, The Redman’s Appeal for Justice. Np.: March 1924.

Speck, Frank G. The Iroquois: A Study in Cultural Evolution.

Cranbrook Institute of Science Bulletin 23. Bloomfield Hills,

Mich,: 1945.

Swagerty, William R., ed. Indian Sovereignty Proceedings of the Second Annual Conference on Problems and Issues Concern­ing American Indians Today. Chicago: Newberry Library, 1979,

Tooker, Elizabeth ed. Iroquois Culture, History, and Prehistory:

Proceedings of the 1965 Conference on Iroquois Research. Al­bany: University of the State of New York, 1970.

U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs. American Indians and Their Federal



Relationship. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing

Office, 1972,



Brief History of the Federal Responsibility to the American

Indian. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office,

1979.


Famous Indians: A Collection of Short Biographies. Wash­ington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1977,

Indian Law Enforcement History. Washington, D.C.: U.S.

Government Printing Office, 1975.



Indian Water Rights. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Govern­ment Printing Office, 1978.

—~ Indians: Wars and Local Disturbances in the United States: 1782—1898, Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Print­ing Office, 1921.



Information Profiles of Indian Reservations in Arizona,

Nevada, and Utah. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Print­ing Office, 1978.

National American Indian Court Judges Association

and Judicial Services, Native American Tribal Court Profiles.

Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1982.

U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. American Indian Civil Rights

Handbook, Washington D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Of­fice, 1980.

Indian Tribes: A Continuing Quest for Survival, A Report.

Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1981.



The Navajo Nation: An American Colony. Washington,

D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1975.



The Southwest Indian Report. Washington, D.C.: U.S.

Government Printing Office, 1973.

U.S. Congress, Senate Select Committee on Indian Affairs, Re­port on Indian Housing. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government

Printing Office, 1979,

U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. Public

Health Service. Health Services.Administration Indian Health

Service. Illness Among indians and Alaska Natives, 1970—1978.

Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1979. Indian Health Trends and Services. 1978 ed. Washington

D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1979.

U.S. Indian Claims Commission. Final Report: August13, 1946—

BIBLIOGRAPHY 343

September 30, 1978. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government

Printing Office, 1979.

Weinman, Paul L. Bibliography of the Iroquoian Literature: Par­tially Annotated. New York State Museum and Science Service Bulletin Number 411. Albany: University of the State of New York, 1969.

Wilson, James. The Original Americans: U.S. Indians, Minority

Rights Group Report no. 31. London: 1976.
Theses and Dissertations
Fischbacher, Theodore, “A Study of the Role of the Federal Gov­ernment in the Education of the American Indian.” Ph.D.

diss., Arizona State University, 1967.

Fitch, James. “Economic Development in a Minority Enclave:

The Case of the Yakima Indian Nation.” Ph.D. diss., Stanford

University, 1974.

Michael, Robert. “The Economic Problems of the Rio Grande

Pueblos.” Ph.D. diss,, University of New Mexico, 1976.

Schuster, Helen. “Yakima Indian Traditionalism: A Study in

Continuity and Change.” Ph.D. diss,, University of Washing­ton, 1975.
Tribal Documents and Newspapers
All-Indian Pueblo Council. Pueblo News. Albuquerque, N. Mex.,

various issues.

“The Right to Remain Indian: The Failure of the Federal Government to Protect Indian Lands and Water Rights.” Re­port submitted to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. Al­buquerque, N. Mex.: November 8, 1972.

“—“ Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe. Constitution and Bylaws of the



Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe. Amended, 1980. Eagle Butte,

S. Dak.


Indian Pueblo Cultural Center. Our Land, Our Culture, Our

Story. Albuquerque, N. Mex,: 1977.

Iroquois League of Six Nations. The Great Law of Peace of the



Longhouse People. Mohawk Nation, Rooseveltown, N.Y.: Ak­wesasne Notes, 1977.

Kickapoo Tribe of Oklahoma. Children’s Code, Title 4 (Draft).

Np., nd.

Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians. Revised Constitution and



Bylaws of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians. Amended,

1974. Philadelphia, Miss.



Choctaw Industrial Park. Philadelphia, Miss.: 1982.

Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians, Tribal Council, Chahta



Hapia Hoke—We are Choctaw. Philadelphia, Miss.: 1981.

Muscogee Nation. Constitution and Laws of the Muscogee Nation.

Published by authority of the Muscogee National Council. St.

Louis: Levison and Blythe Stationery Co., 1880.

~ . Acts and Resolutions of the National Council of the Mus­kogee Nation of 1893 and 1899, inclusive. Muskogee, Indian

Territory: Phoenix Printing, 1900.



Constitution of the Muscogee Nation. August, 1979. Ok­mulgee, OkIa,

344 BIBL1OGp~p~



Muscogee Nation News. Okmulgee, Okla,: various

issues,


Muskogee National Council, Pamphlet, N.p., nd.

Pace, Robert E., comp. The Land of the Yakimas, Yakinsa Indian

Nation Tribal Council, 1977, Toppenish, Wash.

Pueblo of Isleta, Constitution for the Pueblo of Isleta, New Mexico.

February 23, 1970, Isleta Pueblo, N. Mex,

Pueblo of Isleta Legal Code. Vol. 1, Civil and Criminal

Ordinances, July 2, 1976, Isleta Pueblo, N.M.

Pueblo of Isleta Tribal Council, Isleta: Goals and Objectives.

Pamphlet. August 1976. Isleta Pueblo, New Mexico.

Seneca Nation of Indians Constitution of the Seneca Nation of



Indians 1898 (as amended September 12, 1978), Salamanca,

New York.



Program Fact Sheets for 1980, Irving, N.Y.: 1980.

——. Seneca Country. Pamphlet, nd. Salamanca, New York.

Yakima Indian Nation, Yakima Nation Review, Toppenish,

Wash,: various issues.

Yakima Treaty Council, Treaty Centennial: The Yakimas, 1855— 1955, June 1955, np.

Adams, PresidentJohn: 122

Agua Caliente Indians: 221, 276

AIM: See American tndian Movement

Ak-Chin Indians: 230

Alabama~Coushattas: 119

Alaskan Federation of Natives 86

Alaskan Native Claims Settlement Act

(ANSCA): 88—89, 93

Alcoholism programs: see Tribal pow­ers, health care

Aleuts: 88, 253

Ati1ttdiax~ t”.scNc, Cosisail: lbc’,

178—79, 234

Allotment: 77, 82, 129; see also Dawes

Allotment Act

American tndian Movement (AIM): 86

American Indian Religious Freedom

Act: 89—90

Annette Island Reserve: 253

Apaches: 66, 163, 165

Arapahos: 66—67, 125, 141, 233

Arikaras: 67, 139, 141

Articles of Confederation: 50—5 1, 296

Assimilation 35, 71, 76—77, 83—84, 93, 129, 263

Assiniboines: 141, 223, 281

Atkins, Edmund: 46


Bannocka 65

Battle of Horseshoe Bend: 5, 55,

121— 22

Battle of New Orleans: 6, 55



Battle of Thames: 54

Bellecourt, Clyde: 86

Bent, Charles: 166

BIA: See Bureau of Indian Affairs

Big Foot: 148—49

Bingo: 231

Black Elk: 23

Blackfeet: 141, 223, 228—29, 232, 236, 281

Black Hawk’s War: 61

Black Hills (Paha Saps): 68, 139,

144—46

Black Kettle: 66



Bolon, Agent A. J.: 185

Bosque Redondo Reservation: 66

Bozeman Trail: 68, 142—43

Brant, Joseph: 50—51, 101, 201

Brant, Molly: 46

Buffalo: 69, 145, 156

Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA): 52, 76, 81, 86, 93, 132, 263—64, 266—67, 269, 271—75

Bursum Bill: 169



INDEX

Business regulation: see Tribal powers, business regulation and economic development

Butler, Elizur: 58
Cabazon Band of Mission Indians: 231 Cacique: see Pueblo Indians, tradi­tional Pueblo govemment

Caddos: 229

California, Indian population: 63—64

Captain Jack (Kenripoo): 65

Carson, Kit: 66~ 249

Catawbas: 44

Caughnawagas: 46

Cayugas: 102

Cayuses: 30, 64

Checkerboarding: 154, 216—17

Checote, Samuel: 128

Cherokee Nation v. Georgia: 57—58, 259, 292

Cherokees: 14, 46, 49, 55—57, 60, 197, 200, 202, 263

Cheyenne River Sioux: 23—26, 138—61; see also Lakotas; Sun Dance, 138, 150; education, 138, 157; economic development, 138, 151, 154— 56; Black Hills, 139; early history, 139; disease, 140; treaties, 140, 143, 145—46; agen­cies, 143—44; railroads, 143, 150; hunting, 144, 150; land,

146—47, 154—55; health, 147, 158; Wounded Knee massacre, 148; al­lotments, 150, 154; Bureau of In­dian Affairs, 150; farming and ranching, 150, 154—55; New Deal, 151; economic development, 151; tribal constitution, 151—52; In­dian Reorganization Act, 151—52; Great Sioux Council, 152; Enroll­ment, 154; Oahe Dam, 155—56; housing, 157—58; elderly, 157—61-

Cheyennes: 66—67, 70, 125, 139, 141, 143

Chickasaws: 40, 55

Child custody: see Indian Child Wel­fare Act; Tribal powers, domestic and family relations

Child welfare: see Indian Child Wel­fare Act; Tribal powers, domestic and family relations

Chinookan (language): 184

Chippewas: 53

Chivington, Col. John: 66, 141

Choctaws: 5—13, 55, 59; creation

myth, 5; Treaty of Hopewell, 5; population, 5, 7; Mississippi’s treat­ment of, 6; land, 6—7; tribal consti­tution, 6—7, 9; removal, 6—7, 59; housing, 7; language, 7; education, 7, 9, 11—12; health, 7, 9, 12; eco­nomic development, 9— ii

Citizen Potawatomi Band: 200

Citizenship: 80, 200

Civil and criminal jurisdiction: see Public, Law 18(1; Tulsal psisvezs, limitations on jurisdiction

Cleveland, President Grover. 269

Clinton, Gen. James: 50

Code of Federal Regulations: 203—205

Coeur d’Alene Indians: 183

Cohen, Felix: 197

Collier, John: 81—82, 93, 132, 151, 169

Colville Confederated Tribe: 183, 200, 221— 23

Cofeille decision: 233—34

Comanches: 65—66, 74

Concurrent jurisdiction: 199, 206; see also Public Law 280; Tribal powers, limitations on jurisdiction

Conquest doctrine, 57, 101

Conservation and environmental pro­tection: see under Tribal powers

Continental Congress: 49, 272

Complanter: 108

Coronado, Francisco: 27, 37, 164

Council of Energy Resource Tribes

(CERT): 237, 271

Courts of Indian Offenses: 203

Coushattas 119

Crazy Horse: 26, 68, 142, 145

Criminal jurisdiction: 200, 208, 260, 276—77; see also Public Law 280; Tribal powers, limitations on jurisdiction

Crook, Gen. George: 68, 145—46

Crow Creek Reservation: 138, 152ff.

Crow Dog case: 7 1—72, 259

Crow Indians: 67, 139, 141, 232

Curtis Act: 129

Custer, Lt. Col. George Armstrong: 68,

144—45
Dakotas: 23

Dawes Allotment Act: 77— 78, 187, 216, 266, 269, 283

Dawes Commission: 129

Dawes, Senator Henry: 77, 146

Declaration of Indian Purpose: 86

345


Deganwidah: 17—18

De las Casas, Bartolome 39—40

Delawares 42, 49, 53, 59, 229, 241

De Oflate, Juan: 164—65

Dependent status: 75, 199, 208

Dc Soto, Hernando: 37, 119

Devil’s Lake Sioux 229

De Vitoria, Francisco 39—40

Domestic dependent nation 57—58

Donation Act of 1850: 183


Economic Opportunity Act: 88

Education 76, 81, 85—86, 238, 289; see also under Tribal powers



Elk decision: 79—80

Encomienda system: 39, 164

England: see Great Britain

Erie Indians: 42

Eskimos 87—88, 253

Europe, values of contrasted with In­dians’: 37—38, 291

Exclusive jurisdiction: see under Tribal powers

Exogamous: 21

Expansionism, western: 61—62

Extradition: see Tribal powers, exclu­sion and extradition


Federal Acknowledgment Program:

214


Federally recognized tribes: 90

Federal obligations: see Trust relationship



Federal Power Corriinission v. Tuscarora Indian Nation: 215

Fishing: 86, 221, 262—63, 269, 285; see also State relations, fishing and hunting rights; Tribal powers, hunt­ing and fishing

Five Civilized Tribes: 55, 66

Forest County Potawatomis: 228

Fort Apache: 223, 227

Fort McDermitt Band of Paiutes and Shoshonis: 200

Fort MIms 121

Fox Indians: 40

Franklin, Benjamin: 46, 49, 272, 296

French and Indian War: 45—46

French-Indian relations: 35, 37, 40—41, 48

Fur trade: 41—42, 139


Gadsden Purchase: 62

Gall (Lakota leader): 68

Geronimo: 66—67

Ghost Dance religion: 70, 147

Gila River Indians: 221

Ginés de Sepulveda, Juan: 39

Giveaways: 31

Governmentgovernment relationship:

267, 293

Grand Council Fire: 234

Grant, President Ulysses: 142, 187

Great Binding Law (Ne Gayanesha gowa): 18—20, 200

Great Britain_Indian relations: 35, 37, 42—48, 54, 58

Great Peace: see Iroquois League

Great Sioux Reservation: 143

Green Corn Ceremony: 23, 136

Gros Ventres: 141, 282

Guardianship doctrine: 58, 73, 75, 259— 60


Haidas: 253

Hailer, Maj. Granville: 185

Handbook of Federal Indian Law: 197

Handsome Lake religion: 19

Harney, Brig. Gen. William Selby: 141

Harrison, William Henry: 53

Haudenosaunee: see Iroquois League

Hawkins, Benjamin: 121

Health care: 76—77, 81, 84, 86; see also under Tribal powers

Health Care Improvement Act: 265, 273

Henry, Patrick: 49, 272

Hiawatha: 18

Hidatsas: 141

Holland, relations with Indians: 35,

41—42

Homestead Act of 1884: 187



Hopis: 162, 205, 210, 218

House Concurrent Resolution 108: 85, 266; see also Termination

Housing: see under Tribal powers

Hualapais: 205, 223

Hump (Minneconjou chief): 147

Hunkpapas (Those Who Camp at the Entrance): 23

Hunting: see State relations, fishing and hunting rights; Tribal powers, hunting and fishing

Hupas: 241

Hurons: 40—42
Ickes, Harold (Secretary of Interior):

82

Indian Child Welfare Act: 89—90, 266, 273



Indian Citizenship Act of 1924 78, 80, 288

Indian Civilian Conservation Corps:

151

Indian Civil Rights Act: 88, 201, 207, 266, 270, 278, 292—93



Indian Claims Commission: 84 Indian contributions to “Old World”

37

Indian country: 198, 205—206



Indian Defense Association: 82

Indian Health Service: 250, 270; see also Tribal powers, health care

Indian Mineral Development Act: 218 Indian Office: see Bureau of Indian

Affairs


Indian property rights: see Tribal pow­ers, property rights

Indian Removal Bill: 6, 59, 61, 122

Indian Reorganization Act: 35, 81—83, 93, 132, 151, 217, 264, 273, 275,

294


Indian Self-Determination and Educa­tion Assistance Act: 89, 238, 265, 266

Indian wars: 62, 70

Institute for Government Research (Brookings Institution): 80

Inter Caetera: 38

International law: 58

Intertribal councils: 237

Intertribal Court of Appeals of South Dakota: 204

lowas: 125

Iroquois League: 17—20, 41, 45, 199, 236, 296; Tree of Peace, 18; govern­ment, 18, 20, 50; relations with European nations, 18, 42, 44—45, 49—50; clans, 19; role of women, 19—20; civil and war leaders, 20; conquest of neighboring tribes, 42; American Revolution, 49—50

Islets Pueblo: see also Pueblo Indians culture, 162; religion, 162, 165, 168, 172—73; economic develop­ment, 162, 168, 177—78; tribal government, structure of, 162, 169, 171, 174—77; water, 162, 168, 177—78; factionalism 168, 174; education, 168, 179; location, 169—71; cacique, 171; creation story, 171; development of tribal government, 174; enrollment, 175; land, 178; Population, 170; social system, 172— 73; taikabede, 173; traditional tribal government, 173; social services, 178—80

Isparhecher: 128—29

Itazipcos (Without Bows): 23


Jackson, Andrew: 5, 55, 57, 59, 60—61, 103, 121—22

Jamestown: 42—43

Jefferson, President Thomas: 239

Jicarilla Apaches: 232

Johnson-O’Malley Act: 239, 241

Johnson v. Mcintosh: 213, 292—93

Johnson, President Lyndon B.: 86

Johnson, William: 46

Joseph (Thunder Rolling in the Moun­tain, Nez Percé chief): 65

Jurisdiction: 198—99, 205—207, 277— 78; see also Tribal powers, ex­clusive jurisdiction and limitations on jurisdiction

Justice, tribal administration of: see Tribal powers, administration of justice

346

INDEX


INDEX

Kagama decision: 199, 293

Kamiakin: 183—85, 188

Kennedy, President John: 108

Keresan (Pueblo language): 162

Kickapoos: 65, 125

King Philip’s War: 44

Kinzua Dam: 101

Kiowas: 65—66, 74, 139, 233

Klamaths: 65

Knox, Henry (Secretary of War):

51—52, 239
Lac Courte Orefile Indians: 242

Laguna Pueblo: 162, 227

Lakotas: 23—26; see also Cheyenne River Sioux; location, 23; tiyolpaye, 23, 24; fraternal and civil societies, 24—25; traditional tribal govern­ment, 24—26; war, 67, 70

Lame Deer: 145

Land, control of: see Tribal powers, property rights; Tribal powers, land; and Tribal powers, zoning

Language: 82

Law enforcement: see under State relations

Law of the Indies: 39—40

Lewis and Clark expedition: 182

Life expectancy: see Health care

Lincoln: President Abraham: 68, 166

Lipans: 65

Little Turtle: 53

Lone Wolf v, Hitchcock decision:

73—75, 260

Longest Walk: see Protests

~‘ Longhouse: 19

Lower Brule Reservation: 138,

152—53

Lumbees: 90 Lummis: 229, 241


McGilhvray, Alexander: 120—21

McIntosh, William: 122

McLaughlin, Agent James: 147

Madison, President James: 102

Major Crimes Act: 71, 197, 207, 260, 264, 266, 280, 292

Mandans: 67, 139, 141

Manifest Destiny: 61, 63

Marriage and divorce: see Tribal pow­ers, domestic and family relations

Marshall, ChiefJusticejohn: 55, 57, 259

Martinez decision: 200—20 1

Mashpees: 268

Massasoit: 43

Matriarchal: 21

Matrilocal: 21

Mattaponis: 90

Membership, tribal: 200—20 1

Menominees: 102, 221, 233, 242—44

Meriam Report: 78, 80, 86, 132, 273

Merriam v. Jicarilla Apache Tribe: 232

Mescalero Apaches: 230

Metacom 44

Metlakatla Indian community: 253

Miamis: 53, 60

Micco: see Muscogees, traditional tribal government

Miccosukees: 281

Minneconjous (Those Who Plant by the Stream): 23

Modoc War: 65

Mohawks: 19, 42; see also Iroquois League

Montagnais Indians: 40



Montana v. U.S.: 225

Muscogees (Creeks): 20—23, 119— 137; traditional tribal government, 20—23; location, 20, 119, 130—31; treaties, 52, 121—22, 125, 129, 131; Red Sticks, 55, 60, 121; re­moval, 60, 122—24; relations with Europeans, 119—20-; tribal govern­ment of the l900s, 119, 133—37; Lower Creeks, 120, 123—25; land cessions, 121—22, 125; economic development, 121—24, 135—36; tribal government, l800s, 121—32; slavery, 121, 125; Creek War of 1836, 123; rebuilding in Indian Ter­ritory, 124; Civil War 124—25; edu­cation, 124—26, 132, 136; faction­alism, 124—26, 128, 132; execution of Timmie Jack, 126, 128; Green Peach War, 128; Sands rebellion, 128; Okmulgee Constitution, 128; railroads, effects of, 128, 131; allot­ment, 129—3 1; dissolution of tribal government, 129—31; Crazy Snake’s Rebellion, 130; Oklahoma Indian Welfare Act, 132—33; social ser­vices, 134—37.


Nacas: see Lakotas, traditional tribal government

Nakotas: 23

Nanih Waiya (Mother Mound): see Choctaws, creation myth

Narragansetts: 268

Natchez Indians: 40

National Congress of American Indi­ans: 236

National Environmental Policy Act of

1969: 223

National Indian Policy Review Com­mission: 86

National Indian Youth Conference: 86 Navajo Division of Health Improve­ment Services: 249—52

Navajos: 66, 70, 163, 165, 205, 220, 227— 29, 232—33, 239, 241,

248—52, 281

Neutral Confederacy: 42

New Deal: 82, 151



New Mexico v. Aamodt 162

Nez Perces: 14, 29—30, 65, 183

Nixon, President Richard: 89, 269

Northern Arapahos: 67

Northern Cheyenne Tribal Housing Authority: 246—47

Northern Cheyennes: 67, 223,

246—47

Northwest Ordinance: 52, 259


Office of Indian Affairs: see Bureau of Indian Affairs

Oglala (Scatter One’s Own) Sioux: 23, 220, 232—33, 283, 284; see also Lakotas

Oglethorpe, James: 23, 120

Ojibwas: 218

Oklahoma Indian Welfare Act: 93, 132—33; see also under Muscogees (Creeks)

Oliphant decision: 200, 207—208, 224, 280, 293

Oneidas: 102, 230—31, 268; see also Iroquois League

Onondagas: 200; see also Iroquois League

Oohinunpa (Two Kettles, Lakota band); 23

Opechancanough: 43~44

Opthleyaholo: 123

Ottawas: 46, 53, 80
Paha Sapa: see Black Hills

Paiutes: 66, 241, 281

Palouses: 183, 185

Parker, Quanah: 203

Passamaquoddies: 268

Patterson v. Council of Seneca Nation:

110


Peace Commission: 71, 142, 272

Peace of Paris, 1763: 51

Penn, William: 46

Penobscots: 268

People of the Longhouse: see Iroquois League

People v. Woody: 90

Pequots: 44

Pine Ridge Reservation: 138, 152

Pipe Ceremony: 26

Plenary doctrine: 199, 260, 292, 293

Poncas: 139

Pontiac: 46—48

Pope (Pueblo medicine man): 39, 165

Population: 14, 76—77

Porter, Pleasant: 133

Potawatomis: 53, 60

Potlatches 30—31

Powder River War: 68, 141—43

Powhatari Confederacy: 43—44

Preferential hiring: 82, 275

Prior appropriations doctrine: see State relations, water rights

Property, leasing: 78; see also Tribal powers, land

347


348

Property rights: see under Tribal powers

Protectorate: 58, 257—59

Protests 86—87

Public Law (P.L) 280: 86, 199—200, 203, 206, 225, 276—78, 280, 284,

292


Public Law 959: see Relocation Pueblo Indians: 27—29, 39, 162—80

200— 201, 204, 245; see also Islera Pueblo; location, 27; traditional Pueblo government, 27—29; social structure, 27—29; religion, 27, 164—65; kivas, 28; Spanish rule, 40, 163—65; Revolt of 1680, 40, 165; population 165; Mexican rule, 166; American rule, 166—68; legal status, 166—67; canes, 167; rail­roads, effect of, 167; lands lost, 169; legal systems, 204

Pushmataha: 5—6 Puyallups: 230
Quinalts: 232 Quinnipiacs: 43

Rancherias: 64

Recall: 16, 154

Red Cloud: 68, 142—45

Red Jacket: 102

Red Lake Chippewas: 233

Red Sticks: see under Muscogees (Creeks)

Referendum: 16, 154

Regulation of domestic and family re­lations: see Tribal powers, domestic and family relations

Regulation of hunting and fishing: see State relations, fishing and hunting rights; Tribal powers, hunting and fishing

Relations with other governments: see under Tribal powers

Religious Crimes Code: 168

Relocation: 86

Removal: 58, 122—24

Requerimiento: see Spanish-Indian relations

Reservations: 43, 62, 75—76, 80, 2 13—14

Reserved rights doctrine: 214, 224, 262, 282

Resource development: see Tribal powers, business regulation and economic development

Resources: 262

Retrocession: 278

Revolt of 1680: see under Pueblo Indians

Rhoades, C. J.: 82

Rocky Mountains, wars: 65

Rogue River War: 64—65

Roman Nose: 142

Roosevelt, President Franklin D. 82

Rosebud Reservation: 138, 152

Royal Proclamation of 1763: 48—49; see also Great Britain

Russian settlement in the New World

38
Sac (Sauk) and Fox Indians: 61, 125, 233, 260, 276



Sachems (Iroquois chiefs): 20

Sahaptian (language): 184

St. Clair, Gen, Arthur: 53

Salishan (language): 184

San Carlos Apache Alternative School:

289—90


San Carlos Apaches: 67, 236

Sand Creek massacre: 66, 141—42

Santee Sioux: 67—68, 141, 152

Satank: 65

Satanta 65

Scalping: 42

Sealaska Corporation: 229

Secretarial approval clause: 83

Self-determination: 36, 86, 257, 269, 293

Seminoles: 55, 60, 119 Senate Select Committee on Indian Af­fairs: 267

Seneca-Cayugas of Oklahoma: 103 Seneca Nation: 19, 42, 97—118 200;

see also Iroquois League; religion,

19, 102; revolution, 100— 101; land,

100, 102— 104; treaties, 101—104

Kinzua Dam, 101, 107—109, 117;

Quakers, 102, 106; education, 102,

109, 113; economic development,

102, 109, 115— 18; reservations,

103—104 constitution, 103—105;

Seneca Iroquois Nation Museum,

103— 105; role of women, 104;

traditional tribal government,

104—105; factionalism, 104—105;

railroads, 105; New York, attempt

to control, 105—07 110; justice,

106, 112—13; social services, 106,

113, 115— 16; modern tribal gov­ernment, 109—13; Indian Reorgani­zation Act, 110; fishing and hunt­ing, 115— 16

Sequoyah: 55—56, 131 Services, eligibility for state: see State

relations, services

Shawnees 49, 53, 263

Sheridan, Brig. Gen. Philip: 68, 70

Sherman, Gen. William T.: 63, 65

Shinnecocka: 90

Shoshonis: 66, 233

Sicangus (Burnt Thighs): 23

Sihasapas (Blackfeet): 23

Sitting Bull: 68, 142—43, 145—47

Smokeshops: 233

Snyder Act: 273

Social service: see under Tribal powers

Southern Arapahos: 66

Southern Cheyennes: 66

Southern Comanches: 65

Sovereignty: 14, 58, 197—98, 255, 259, 292—93, 297

Spariishlndian relations: 35, 37—40, 55

Speckled Snake: 124

Spokanes 183, 223, 227

Spotted Elk: 147

Spotted Tail: 71, 144—45, 150

Standing Rock Reservation: 138,

152—53


State civil and criminal jurisdiction:

see Public Law (P.L.) 280

State-recognized tribes: 90

State relations: 255, 276—99 law en­forcement, 279—81 water rights, 281—84; taxation, 283—84; fishing and hunting rights, 286—88; ser­vices, 289—90

Stevens, Gov. Isaac: 183—85

Stickball 8

Suarez, Francisco: 39—40

Sullivan, Gen. John: 50

Sun Dance: 138, 140, 156

Suquamish: 207

Susquehanna Indians: 42

Syllabary: 55—56
Taino Indians: 37

Talton v. Mayes: 197

Talwas: 20, 120; see also Muscogees (Creeks)

Tanoan (language): 162

Taos Pueblo: 162, 166, 217, 228

Taxation: see under State relations and under Tribal powers

Tecumseh: 53—54, 121

Tenskwatawa (The Prophet): 53

Terminated tribes: 90—91

Termination: 35, 83, 86, 132, 242, 266

Terry, Gen. Alfred: 68

Tewa (dialect): 162

Texas, treatment of Indians: 65

Timber management: see Tribal pow­ers, business regulation and eco­nomic development

Tiwa (dialect): 162

Tiyolpaye: 23—24, 150

Tobacco People: 42

Tohono O’Odham (Papago Indians):

200, 281


Tomochichi: 120

Towa (dialect): 162

Trade and Intercourse Acts: 51—52, 268

Traditional tribal governments: 14—33

Trail of Broken Treaties: see Protests

Trail of Tears: see Cherokees

Treaties: 52, 61, 63, 104, 146, 214— 15, 236, 239, 257— 59,

INDEX


INDEX

349


264—66, 276, 282, 285, 293; Tor­dessillas, 38; Chickasaw, 58; Cali­fornia Indians, 64; Fort Laramie (1868), 66, 74; Medicine Lodge, 66, 74; Fort Laramie (1851), 67-68; act ending, 71; protection as de­fined in Lone Wolf, 75; Fort Stan­wix, 101; Canandaigua, or Picker­ing, 101, 105, 107— 108;

Tribal administration: 295—96

Tribal codes: 205

Tribal governments: see also tribal

powers: Indian Reorganization Act,

82; application of U.S. constitution,

197; future of, 291—97; problems

of and solutions, 294—95 Tribally owned businesses: see Tribal

powers, business regulation and economic development

Tribal powers: 197—54; see also tribal governments; property rights, 75, 212— 15; inherent, 196—97; exclu­sive junsdiction, 198; limitations on jurisdiction, 198—99, 208, 292; ad­ministration of justice, 201—12; do­mestic and family relations, 208—12; land 216—18; exclusion and extra­dition, 218—20; zoning, 220—21; conservation and environmental pro­tection, 221—26; timber manage­ment, 222—23; hunting and fishing, 223—26; business regulation and economic development, 226—31; taxation, 232—34; relations with other governments, 234, 236—38;



,~, education, 239—44; housing, 244—47; health care, 247— 53

Tribal Status: 257, 276, 292

Tribe, definition of: 14

Tribes, federal classification of: 90

Trust relationship: 85, 257, 261—68, 293, 297

Tsimshians: 253

Tuscaroras: 44; see also Iroquois

League


Umatillas: 30, 183, 185

Unemployment rates: 226

Unitah-Ouray Indians: 200

United States v. Joseph: 167ff., 169

United States v. Kagama: 71, 73, 260

United States v. Macuric: 216

United States v. Sandoval: 168

United States v. Washington: 286

United States Government: constitu­tion, authority over tribes, 51; judi­cial branch, 57, 268, 270; cabinet

(executive branch), 244—45, 264, 269—73; Congress, 267—68

Unrecognized tribes: 90—91

Utes: 65
Van Buren, President Martin: 103

Voting: 288—89
Wabanaki Conferences: 237

Walls Wallas: 183, 185

Wampanoags: 43

Wampum: 18, 41

Wappingers: 41

Wardship: 57—58

Warm Springs: 183, 228, 230, 281

War of 1812: 53—55

Washington, Gen. (and Pres.) George:

49—51, 101

Water rights: 162; see also under State

relations

Watkins, Senator Arthur: 85

Webster, Daniel: 57

Whitside, Major S. M.: 148

Wichitas: 229

Wilbur, Rev. James: 186, 188

Winnebago Night Feast: 287

Winters v. U.S.: 282

Wirt, William: 57—58

Worcester, Samuel: 58

Worcester v. Georgia: 58, 213, 259, 276

World War I, effect on tribes: 80

Wounded Knee (1973): see Protests

Wounded Knee massacre (1890): 70, 148—49; see also Cheyenne River Sioux

Wovoka: 70, 147 Wyandots: 41—42
Yakimas: 29—33, 180—96, 239; tradi­tional tribal government, 16—17, 30—32, 189; location, 29, 181, 185; fishing, 30—31, 181, 188—89, 193; population, 181; modern tribal gov­ernment, 181, 189—96; early white contacts, 182; Treaty of 1855, 183— 84, 191; Yakima War, 184—85; early reservation life, 186; religion, 186—87; economic development, 186, 188, 192—94; education, 186, 195; land, 187—94; external intru­sions, 187—89, 192; irrigation proj­ects, 188—89; social services, 190, 195; conservation, 194
Zoning: see under Tribal powers Zuni Pueblo: 231, 233, see also Pueblo

Indians


,‘


,,

/
1   2


The database is protected by copyright ©essaydocs.org 2016
send message

    Main page