Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction:American Indian law and American Indian nations and people Origins of federal Indian law Experiments in federal Indian policy Federal power in Indian affairs : scope, sources and limitations Tribes, Indian Country and criminal jurisdiction Tribal sovereignty State-tribal struggles over jurisdiction Tribal jurisdiction over non-members Natural resources, hunting, fishing and gathering rights Water rights American Indian religion and culture Alaska and Hawai'i Indigenous peoples' rights in international and comparative contexts Epilogue:Perspectives on American Indian law.
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