v. 1. The history, meaning and effect of termination of Federal supervision over Indian reservations / by Rod Peterson Who is an Indian in Federal Indian law? / by Bart Vogel The Indian Bill of Rights / by Marilyn Sloan The Indian heirship land problems / by E.J. Williams Jurisdiction over Indians and Indian lands in Washington / by N.C. Newman Freedom of religion for American Indian in the twentieth century / by T.J. Pressly The Indian and equality of educational opportunity / by M.L. Lewis Indian hunting and fishing rights: northwest developments / by Woodrow Wallen v. 2. Indian tribal sovereignty / by E.R. McGimpsey Taxing those they found here / by J.V. White Indian rights securied by treaties: a survey of remedies / by R.E. Wagner Muckleshoot fishing rights question / by L.L. Clair The last days: an inquiry into the proposed Colville termination / by N.H. Holland A study of B.I.A. timber management on the Quinault Indian Reservation 1950-1970 / by R.E. Beaty Blacks and America's tribal Indians: a comparison of civil rights / William L. Bishop L.
Papers prepared by law students for an Indian legal problems seminar at the University of Washington Law School. Vol. 1: June 1970; vol. 2: June 1971.
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