Indian Trust Counsel: Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Indian Affairs ..., 92-1, on S. 2035, November 22 and 23, 1971
1972 - 273 lappuses
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121. lappuse - In a 1977 resolution, the National Congress of American Indians and the National Tribal Chairmen's Association stated that in the absence of a specific tribal designation, the preferred term is American Indian and/or Alaska Native.
67. lappuse - The district courts shall have original jurisdiction of all civil actions, brought by any Indian tribe or band with a governing body duly recognized by the Secretary of the Interior, wherein the matter in controversy arises under the Constitution, laws, or treaties of the United States.
190. lappuse - The tribe was a dependent Indian community under the guardianship of the United States, and therefore its property and affairs were subject to the control and management of that government. But this power to control and manage was not absolute. While extending to all appropriate measures for protecting and advancing the tribe, it was subject to limitations Inhering in such a guardianship and to pertinent constitutional restrictions.
166. lappuse - Beginning at a point in the middle of the main channel of Milk river...
240. lappuse - In all States and Territories where there are reservations or allotted Indians the United States District Attorney shall represent them in all suits at law and in equity.
46. lappuse - Indian people; frequently they are also the subject of extensive legal dispute. In many of these legal confrontations, the Federal government is faced with an inherent conflict of interest. The Secretary of the Interior and the Attorney General must at the same time advance both the national interest in the use of land and water rights and the private interests of Indians in land which the government holds as trustee.
10. lappuse - The United States Government acts as a legal trustee for the land and water rights of American Indians. These rights are often of critical economic importance to the Indian people ; frequently they are also the subject of extensive legal dispute.
74. lappuse - The Commission is authorized to request from any department, agency, or independent instrumentality of the Government any information it deems necessary to carry out its functions...
46. lappuse - Government through the National Park Service, the Bureau of Land Management, the Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife, the Bureau of Reclamation, the Forest Service, the Corps of Engineers, the Tennessee Valley Authority, and the United States Section of the International Boundary and Water Commission (United States and Mexico) ; and Whereas the Act of May 28, 1963, 77 Stat.
62. lappuse - Indian tribe or group was a party, and the appropriate department of the Government of the United States shall give to the attorneys for all tribes or groups full and free access to such letters, papers, documents, maps, or records as may be useful to said attorneys in the preparation of any claim instituted hereunder, and shall afford facilities for the examination of the same and, upon written request by said attorneys, shall furnish certified copies thereof.