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The Resource In the courts of the conqueror : the 10 worst Indian law cases ever decided, Walter R. Echo-Hawk, (electronic resource)

In the courts of the conqueror : the 10 worst Indian law cases ever decided, Walter R. Echo-Hawk, (electronic resource)

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In the courts of the conqueror : the 10 worst Indian law cases ever decided
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In the courts of the conqueror
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the 10 worst Indian law cases ever decided
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Walter R. Echo-Hawk
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eng
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In the courts of the conqueror : the 10 worst Indian law cases ever decided, Walter R. Echo-Hawk, (electronic resource)
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In the courts of the conqueror : the 10 worst Indian law cases ever decided, Walter R. Echo-Hawk, (electronic resource)
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
Foreword / Patricia Nelson Limerick -- The courts of the conqueror -- A context for understanding Native American issues -- Justice, injustice, and the dark side of federal Indian law -- Johnson v. M'Intosh : how the Indians lost legal title to America -- Cherokee Nation v. Georgia : shutting the courthouse doors -- Connors v. United States & Cheyenne Indians : were the Indian wars legal? -- Lone Wolf v. Hitchcock : breaking the treaties -- United States v. Sandoval : rule by guardianship -- In re adoption of John Doe v. Heim : taking the kids -- Wana the Bear v. Community Construction : taking the dead -- Employment Division v. Smith : taking the religion -- Lyng v. Northwest Indian Cemetery Association : taking the holy places -- Tee-Hit-Ton Indians v. United States : confiscating indigenous habitat -- Was genocide legal? -- Reforming the dark side of federal Indian law -- Afterword / by Charles Wilkinson
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xiv, 560 p.
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2015. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest affiliated libraries.
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