Book
xxxiii, 945, 19 pages : Illustrations ; 27 cm.
  • 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.
Law Library (Crown)
LAW-7030-01