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Documents of United States Indian Policy

ISBN-10: 0803287623
ISBN-13: 9780803287624
Edition: 3rd 2000
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Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: University of Nebraska Press
Publication date: 10/1/2000
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 396
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.232
Language: English

The third edition of this landmark work adds forty new documents, which cover the significant developments in American Indian affairs since 1988. Among the topics dealt with are tribal self-governance, government-to-government relations, religious rights, repatriation of human remains, trust management, health and education, federal recognition of tribes, presidential policies, and Alaska Natives.

Preface
George Washington to James Duane. September 7, 1783
Proclamation of the Continental Congress. September 22, 1783
Report of Committee on Indian Affairs. October 15, 1783
Treaty with the Six Nations. October 22, 1784
Treaty of Fort McIntosh. January 21, 1785
Treaty of Hopewell with the Cherokees. November 28, 1785
Ordinance for the Regulation of Indian Affairs. August 7, 1786
Northwest Ordinance. July 13, 1787
Committee Report on the Southern Department. August 3, 1787
Report of Henry Knox on White Outrages. July 18, 1788
Report of Henry Knox on the Northwestern Indians. June 15, 1789
Establishment of the War Department. August 7, 1789
Trade and Intercourse Act. July 22, 1790
President Washington's Third Annual Message. October 25, 1791
President Washington on Government Trading Houses. December 3, 1793
Establishment of Government Trading Houses. April 18, 1796
Trade and Intercourse Act. March 30, 1802
President Jefferson on Indian Trading Houses. January 18, 1803
President Jefferson to William Henry Harrison. February 27, 1803
Superintendent of Indian Trade. April 21, 1806
President Jefferson on the Liquor Trade. December 31, 1808
Treaty of Portage des Sioux. July 19, 1815
Governor Cass on British Traders. July 20, 1815
Secretary of War Crawford on Trade and Intercourse. March 13, 1816
Exclusion of British Traders. April 29, 1816
Secretary of War Calhoun on British Traders. March 25, 1818
Authorization of Indian Agents. 1818
Manner of Appointing Agents. April 16, 1818
Compensation for Indian Agents. April 20, 1818
Secretary of War Calhoun on Indian Trade. December 5, 1818
Civilization Fund Act. March 3, 1819
Abolition of the Government Trading Houses. May 6, 1822
Act for Regulating the Indian Trade. May 6, 1822
Johnson and Graham's Lessee v. William McIntosh. 1823
Creation of a Bureau of Indian Affairs in the War Department. March 11, 1824
Authorization of Treaties; Trade Regulations. May 25, 1824
Message of President Monroe on Indian Removal. January 27, 1825
Treaty with the Ponca Indians. June 9, 1825
Treaty of Prairie du Chien. August 19, 1825
Thomas L. McKenney on Trading Sites. February 14, 1826
Secretary of War Eaton on Cherokee Removal. April 18, 1829
President Jackson on Indian Removal. December 8, 1829
Senator Frelinghuysen on Indian Removal. April 9, 1830
Indian Removal Act. May 28, 1830
Treaty with the Choctaw Indians. September 27, 1830
Cherokee Nation v. Georgia. 1831
Worcester v. Georgia. 1832
Authorization of a Commissioner of Indian Affairs. July 9, 1832
Indian Commissioner Herring on the Indian Race. November 22, 1832
Trade and Intercourse Act. June 30, 1834
Organization of the Department of Indian Affairs. June 30, 1834
President Jackson on Indian Removal. December 7, 1835
Indian Commissioner Crawford on Indian Policy. November 25, 1838
Regulations Regarding Liquor and Annuities. March 3, 1847
Indian Commissioner Medill on Indian Colonies. November 30, 1848
Transfer of Indian Affairs to the Department of the Interior. March 3, 1849
Organization of Indian Affairs in Oregon. June 5, 1850
Indian Commissioner Lea on Reservation Policy. November 27, 1850
Modifications in the Indian Department. February 27, 1851
Treaty of Fort Laramie. September 17, 1851
Indian Commissioner Lea on the Civilization of the Indians. November 27, 1851
Superintendent of Indian Affairs in California. March 3, 1852
Treaty with the Oto and Missouri Indians. March 15, 1854
Indian Commissioner Manypenny on Indian Affairs. November 22, 1856
Indian Commissioner Mix on Reservation Policy. November 6, 1858
Indian Commissioner Dole on Reservation Policy. November 26, 1862
Report of the President of the Southern Treaty Commission. October 30, 1865
Treaty with the Creeks. June 14, 1866
Report of the Doolittle Committee. January 26, 1867
Creation of an Indian Peace Commission. July 20, 1867
Report of the Indian Peace Commission. January 7, 1868
Treaty of Fort Laramie. April 29, 1868
House Debate on Treaty-Making Power. June 18, 1868
Resolutions of the Indian Peace Commission. October 9, 1868
Secretary of War Schofield on Transfer of the Indian Bureau. November 20, 1868
Indian Commissioner Taylor on Transfer of the Indian Bureau. November 23, 1868
Indian Commissioner Taylor on Indian Civilization. November 23, 1868
Authorization of the Board of Indian Commissioners. April 10, 1869
Instructions to the Board of Indian Commissioners. 1869
Secretary of the Interior Cox on Reservations and on the Peace Policy. November 15, 1869
Report of the Board of Indian Commissioners. November 23, 1869
Indian Commissioner Parker on the Treaty System. December 23, 1869
President Grant's Peace Policy. December 5, 1870
Cherokee Tobacco Case. December 1870
Abolition of Treaty Making. March 3, 1871
Indian Commissioner Walker on Indian Policy. November 1, 1872
Assignment of Indian Agencies to Religious Societies. November 1, 1872
Establishment of a Reservation by Executive Order. May 29, 1873
Indian Commissioner Smith on Indian Citizenship. November 1, 1874
General Sherman on Transfer of the Indian Bureau. January 19, 1876
Indian Commissioner Smith on Principles of Indian Policy. October 30, 1876
Indian Commissioner Hayt on Indian Police. November 1, 1877
Standing Bear v. Crook. May 12, 1879
Secretary of the Interior Schurz on Reservation Policy. November 1, 1880
Indian Commissioner Price on Civilizing the Indians. October 24, 1881
Indian Commissioner Price on Cooperation with Religious Societies. October 10, 1882
Report on the Mission Indians of California. October 10, 1883
General Sherman on the End of the Indian Problem. October 27, 1883
Courts of Indian Offenses. November 1, 1883
Ex Parte Crow Dog. December 17, 1883
Program of the Lake Mohonk Conference. September 1884
Elk v. Wilkins. November 3, 1884
Major Crimes Act. March 3, 1885
United States v. Kagama. May 10, 1886
Indian Commissioner Atkins on the Five Civilized Tribes. September 28, 1886
General Allotment Act (Dawes Act). February 8, 1887
Use of English in Indian Schools. September 21, 1887
Marriage between White Men and Indian Women. August 9, 1888
Indian Commissioner Morgan on Indian Policy. October 1, 1889
Supplemental Report on Indian Education. December 1, 1889
Inculcation of Patriotism in Indian Schools. December 10, 1889
The Board of Indian Commissioners on Civil Service Reform. January 10, 1891
Relief of the Mission Indians. January 12, 1891
Amendment to the Dawes Act. February 28, 1891
Civil Service Classifications in the Indian Service. April 13, 1891
Army Officers as Indian Agents. July 13, 1892
Rules for Indian Courts. August 27, 1892
Indian School Superintendents as Indian Agents. March 3, 1893
Commission to the Five Civilized Tribes (Dawes Commission). March 3, 1893
Report of the Dawes Commission. November 20, 1894
Extension of Civil Service Rules. September 15, 1896
Curtis Act. June 28, 1898
Stephens v. Cherokee Nation. May 15, 1899
Citizenship for Indians in the Indian Territory. March 3, 1901
Indian Commissioner Jones on Indian Self-Support. October 15, 1901
Lone Wolf v. Hitchcock. January 5, 1903
Indian Commissioner Leupp on Indian Policy. September 30, 1905
Burke Act. May 8, 1906
Indian Commissioner Leupp on the Burke Act. September 30, 1906
Lacey Act. March 2, 1907
Indian Commissioner Leupp on Reservation Schools. September 30, 1907
Winters v. United States, January 6, 1908
Buy Indian Act. June 25, 1910
Indian Commissioner Valentine on Indian Health. November 1, 1910
Indian Commissioner Sells, A Declaration of Policy. October 15, 1917
Citizenship for World War I Veterans. November 6, 1919
Authorization of Appropriations and Expenditures for Indian Affairs (Snyder Act). November 2, 1921
Bursum Bill. 1922
Indian Citizenship Act. June 2, 1924
Pueblo Lands Board. June 7, 1924
Meriam Report. 1928
Johnson-O'Malley Act. April 16, 1934
Wheeler-Howard Act (Indian Reorganization Act). June 18, 1934
Indian Commissioner Collier on the Wheeler-Howard Act. 1934
Indian Arts and Crafts Board. August 27, 1935
Oklahoma Indian Welfare Act. June 26, 1936
Indian Claims Commission Act. August 13, 1946
Definition of "Indian Country." June 25, 1948
House Concurrent Resolution 108. August 1, 1953
Public Law 280. August 15, 1953
Termination of the Menominee Indians. June 17, 1954
Transfer of Indian Health Services. August 5, 1954
Relocation of Indians in Urban Areas. 1954
Senator Watkins on Termination Policy. May 1957
Secretary of the Interior Seaton on Termination Policy. September 19, 1958
Williams v. Lee. January 12, 1959
Native American Church v. Navajo Tribal Council. November 17, 1959
A Program for Indian Citizens. January 1961
Declaration of Indian Purpose. June 1961
Task Force on Indian Affairs. 1961
President Johnson, Special Message to Congress. March 6, 1968
Civil Rights Act of 1968. April 11, 1968
Report on Indian Education. November 3, 1969
President Nixon, Special Message on Indian Affairs. July 8, 1970
Return of Blue Lake Lands to Taos Pueblo. 1970
Return of the Lands. December 15, 1970
Remarks of President Nixon. December 15, 1970
Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act. December 18, 1971
Indian Education Act. June 23, 1972
Extension of Indian Preference in Employment. June 26, 1972
Menominee Restoration Act. December 22, 1973
Comprehensive Employment and Training Act. December 28, 1973
United States v. State of Washington. March 22, 1974
Indian Financing Act. April 12, 1974
Morton v. Mancari. June 17, 1974
Student Rights and Due Process Procedures. October 11, 1974
Establishment of the American Indian Policy Review Commission. January 2, 1975
Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act. January 4, 1975
Passamaquoddy Tribe v. Morton. January 20, 1975
Indian Crimes Act of 1976. May 29, 1976
Indian Health Care Improvement Act. September 30, 1976
Final Report of the American Indian Policy Review Commission. May 17, 1977
Establishment of Assistant Secretary--Indian Affairs. September 26, 1977
Oliphant v. Suquamish Indian Tribe. March 6, 1978
United States v. Wheeler. March 22, 1978
Santa Clara Pueblo v. Martinez. May 15, 1978
American Indian Religious Freedom. August 11, 1978
Federal Acknowledgment of Indian Tribes. October 2, 1978
Tribally Controlled Community College Assistance Act. October 17, 1978
Education Amendments Act of 1978: Title XI--Indian Education. November 1, 1978
Indian Child Welfare Act. November 8, 1978
Archaeological Resources Protection Act. October 31, 1979
United States v. Sioux Nation of Indians. June 30, 1980
Maine Indian Claims Settlement Act. October 10, 1980
Statement on Indian Health Programs. March 2, 1981
Indian Land Consolidation Act. January 12, 1983
Presidential Commission on Indian Reservation Economies, Executive Order 12401. January 14, 1983
Indian Policy: Statement of Ronald Reagan. January 24, 1983
Federal Acknowledgement of Narragansett Indian Tribe of Rhode Island. February 2, 1983
Water Rights of the Ak-Chin Indians. October 19, 1984
Report and Recommendations of the Presidential Commission on Indian Reservation Economies. November 30, 1984
Bureau of Indian Affairs Statement of Policy. 1984
Report of the Task Force on Indian Economic Development. July 1986
Indian Alcohol and Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act of 1986. October 27, 1986
California v. Cabazon Band of Mission Indians. February 25, 1987
Amendments to the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act. February 3, 1988
Report on BIA Education. March 1988
Lyng v. Northwest Indian Cemetery Protective Association. April 19, 1988
Tribally Controlled Schools Act of 1988. April 28, 1988
Tribal Self-Governance Demonstration Project. October 5, 1988
Indian Gaming Regulatory Act. October 17, 1988
Puyallup Tribe of Indians Settlement Act. June 21, 1989
National Museum of the American Indian Act. November 28, 1989
Employment Division, Department of Human Resources of Oregon v. Smith. April 17, 1990
Duro v. Reina. May 29, 1990
Joint Federal-State Commission on Policies and Programs Affecting Alaska Natives (Alaska Natives Commission). August 18, 1990
National Indian Forest Resources Management Act. November 28, 1990
Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act. November 16, 1990
Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1990. November 29, 1990
Statement of George Bush on Indian Policy. June 14, 1991
Advisory Council on California Indian Policy. October 14, 1992
Indian Health Amendments of 1992. October 29, 1992
Designation of Alaska Tribal Entities. October 21, 1993
Catawba Indian Tribe of South Carolina Land Claims Settlement Act. October 27, 1993
Indian Tribal Justice Act. December 3, 1993
Remarks of President Clinton to Native American and Alaska Native Tribal Leaders. April 29, 1994
Government-to-Government Relations with Native American Tribal Governments. April 29, 1994
Distribution of Eagle Feathers for Indian Religious Purposes. April 29, 1994
Final Report of the Alaska Natives Commission. May 1994
American Indian Religious Freedom Act of 1994. October 6, 1994
Recognition of the Pascua Yaqui Indians as a Historic Tribe. October 14, 1994
American Indian Trust Management Reform Act. October 25, 1994
Tribal Self-Governance Act of 1994. October 25, 1994
Federally Recognized Indian Tribe List Act of 1994. November 2, 1994
Indian Sacred Sites, Executive Order 13007. May 24, 1996
Native American Housing Assistance and Self-Determination Act. October 26, 1996
The Future of the Indian Health Service: A Message from the Director. December 1996
Bureau of Indian Affairs Strategic Plan. September 30, 1997
Alaska v. Native Village of Venetie Tribal Government. February 25, 1998
American Indian and Alaska Native Education, Executive Order 13096. August 6, 1998
Minnesota v. Mille Lacs Band of Chippewa Indians. March 24, 1999
Federally Recognized Indian Tribes. March 3, 2000
Selected Bibliography
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