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Journal of Indian Justice



Welcome to the Journal of Indian Justice, where you'll find information on treaties, legal and governmental resources, historical documents, and current issues. If you are new to Indian Territory and its many concerns, please understand that ultimately, all issues relate back to treaties and treaty law. The validity of Indian tribes as sovereign entities, placed within the protections of treaty laws and obligations, is under serious attack from many directions. One of the most deadly assaults in recent times, staged by Sen. Slade Gorton (R-Washington), is discussed in Termination by Appropriation.



KENNEWICK MAN RULED NATIVE, NOT EUROPEAN
As reported by 7amNews JAN. 13, 2000




Treaty History of the Delaware Indians




Why are treaties more than historical documents? Take a trip in "Geronimo's Cadillac..."





Essential References for Legal Issues in Indian Territory

National Congress of American Indians
Native Law at Humboldt--extraordinary!
Indian laws in The Internet Law Library, expanded
(former U.S. House of Representatives Law Library for Indian Nations and Tribes)
Findlaw -- another essential
Native American Grave Protection & Repatriation Act of 1990 (NAGPRA)
A bibliography, with links, on Repatriation & Reburial
Native American Free Exercise of Religion Act of 1993
U.S. Supreme Court database
Thomas, the Congressional data base
Code of Federal Regulations
The Native American Law Project
The Midwest Treaty Network
The excellent legal resources at NativeWeb by Peter d'Errico
Kappler treaty database by Prof. John Berry, OSU
The Native American Rights Fund - Essential work for Indian Country
Native American Law, University of Kansas
American Indian Law Review, University of Oklahoma
Askwitteachik: Legislative Watch by Karen J. Gould
Legislative Watch for American Indian Issues
Karen Strom's legal links at the Hanksville site
Index of documents housed at University of Arizona (offline resources)


Go to the Table of Contents or Environmental Justice


The music is a MIDI presentation of Don McLean's "American Pie".


Updated: Jan. 13, 2000
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