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United States v. Sioux Nation of Indians, 448 U.S. 371 (1980), ...

wikipedia - 11 Sep 2016
United States v. Sioux Nation of Indians, 448 U.S. 371 (1980), was a United States Supreme Court case in which the Court held that: 1) the enactment by Congress of a law allowing the Sioux Nation to pursue a claim against the United States that had been previously adjudicated did not violate the doctrine of separation of powers; and 2) the taking of property that was set aside for the use of the tribe required just compensation, including interest.
united states v. sioux nation of indians

Columbia River tribes hit by White House decision on housing

KTVZ - 31 Oct 2017
The federal government has a legal and moral responsibility to address the unmet obligations of the United States to the four Columbia River Treaty Tribes – the Nez Perce Tribe, the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, the ...
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Indian Nations Law Update - November 2017 Selected court decisions

The National Law Review - 08 Nov 2017
In Moody v. United States, 2017 WL 4564503 (Fed. Cl. 2017), the Moodys entered into five, five-year farming leases with the Oglala Sioux Tribe, dealing exclusively with the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA). Although the Moodys had delivered a cashier's ...
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Opponents of Dakota oil pipeline protest across USA

USA TODAY College - 16 Nov 2016
The demonstrations followed an announcement Monday by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which said pipeline construction under Lake Oahe, a reservoir on the Missouri River, must halt until it meets with members of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. The ...
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Remember the Massacre at Wounded Knee

Jacobin magazine - 29 Dec 2016
As dawn appeared on December 29, 1890, about 350 Lakota Indians awoke, having been forced by the US Army to camp the night before alongside the Wounded Knee Creek in South Dakota. The US Cavalry's 7th Regiment had “escorted” them there the ...
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These Are the Defiant "Water Protectors" of Standing Rock

National Geographic - 26 Jan 2017
This season's first blizzard came and went on the heels of a tentative victory: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers denied Dakota Access's permit to drill under the Missouri. The camp cleared out, dropping overnight from 10,000 people to fewer than a ...
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A Golden Age for American History Scholarship? It Was the Mid-1950s.

History News Network (HNN) - 05 Nov 2017
Daniel J. Boorstin, The Genius of American Politics (1953) was a direct outgrowth of such a period of overseas residence, and there were indications that the United States gained in stature from upward mobility of most historians who enjoyed the ...
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Land Claims: An Indigenous People's History of the United States

In These Times - 12 Sep 2015
On July 23, 1980, in United States v. Sioux Nation of Indians, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the Black Hills (Paha Sapa) had been taken illegally and offered $106 million dollars be paid in remuneration. The Sioux, maintaining that their land was ...
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Standing Tall

Slate Magazine - 23 Sep 2016
The situation at Standing Rock is a reminder that the plight of American Indian tribes, and of the Sioux in particular, stands as an all too familiar and dark chapter of U.S. history. The Sioux famously battled Custer and signed those historic treaties ...
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Medicine Creek, the Treaty That Set the Stage for Standing Rock

Smithsonian - 09 Jun 2017
Hank Adams, an Assiniboine-Sioux and civil rights activist, writes in the exhibition catalog, Nation to Nation, that during the 1854 negotiations of Medicine Creek and the 1855 Treaty of Point Elliott, Native Americans vigorously supported keeping ...
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Why Native Americans don't want reparations

Washington Post - 10 Jun 2014
And our justice traditions require the restoration of our land relationship, not monetary reparations. Two cases, United States v. Sioux Nation of Indians and Kivalina v. ExxonMobil Corporation, et. al, highlight the importance of thinking about ...
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White Supremacy ('Ascendancy') Is the Basis of US Federal Indian Law

Indian Country Today Media Network - 03 Sep 2017
To claim white “ascendancy” is to assume that white people are supreme and ought to be seated in the highest position in U.S. society, above all others. In the 1823 U.S. Supreme Court decision Johnson & Graham's Lessee v. M'Intosh, Chief Justice John ...
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DAPL: Treaty law vs federal law

KARE - 03 Dec 2016
“The pipeline today, if you talk to federal officials in the U.S., is running on federal land and private land, not running in the boundaries of the Sioux tribe's reservation,” said Professor Colette Routel, co-director of the Indian Law Program at ...
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The fall and rise of Native North America

Phys.Org - 27 Sep 2016
"It was that same US strategy and behaviour against Indian nations that helped determine US behaviour in dealing with 21st century terrorism. Specifically obnoxious to Native people in 2011 was the fact there were around 24,000 Indian people serving in ...

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