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" Fletcher's Principles of Federal Indian Law covers the basics of federal Indian law, the relationships between tribal, state, and federal sovereigns, also touching on federalism, agency law, civil rights, and criminal jurisdiction aspects of Indian law. This concise hornbook offers comprehensive coverage of the blackletter law, with statutory, regulatory, and historical context. The origins behind important doctrines of Indian law and critical statutes are explored in detail. This book is a useful introduction to the field for both students and practitioners."-- Provided by publisher.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
American Indians and federal Indian law The origins of federal Indian law Centuries of shifting American Indian law and policy Indian property interests The federal-tribal relationship Tribal sovereignty and native nation-building Indian country and criminal jurisdiction Tribal and state conflicts over civil jurisdiction Indian gaming Indian religion and culture Indian water rights Fishing and hunting rights Alaska natives Native Hawaiians.
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Abridgement of: Fletcher, Matthew L. M. Federal Indian law. St. Paul, MN : West Academic Publishing,