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A bibliography of the constitutions and laws of the American Indians
|Other titles||Constitutions and laws of the American Indians|
|Statement||by Lester Hargrett ; with an introduction by John R. Swanton.|
|LC Classifications||Z1209 .H28|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 124 p. :|
|Number of Pages||124|
|LC Control Number||47031330|
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Hargrett, Lester. A Bibliography of the Constitution and Laws of the American Indians. With an introduction by John R. Swanton. xxi, pp. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, Reprinted by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
LCCN Hardcover. by: 4. Hargrett, Lester A Bibliography of the Constitutions and Laws of the American Indians. Genre/Form: Electronic books Bibliography: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Hargrett, Lester, Bibliography of the constitutions and laws of the American Indians.
Hargrett, Lester. A Bibliography of the Constitution and Laws of the American Indians. With an introduction by John R. Swanton. xxi, pp. Originally published: Cambridge: Harvard University Press, Reprinted by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
ISBN ; ISBN Hardcover. New. * A thorough descriptive list of printed constitutions. Citation Information. A Bibliography of the Constitutions and Laws of the American Indians. Harvard University Press.
Pages: vii–viii. ISBN (Online): in A Bibliography of the Constitutions and Laws of the American Indians Pages: xxi–2. In addition to authoring American Indians and the Law and Shadow Nations, he has also contributed to Felix S. Cohen’s widely praised Handbook of Federal Indian Law and coedited “Sovereignty, Indigeneity, and the Law,” a volume of South Atlantic Quarterly that won the Council of Editors of Learned Journals Award for Best Special Issue.
Native American Tribal Constitutions, Laws, and Treaties. The Law Library’s collection of Native American constitutions and laws has copies of more than half of the titles listed in Lester Hargrett’s Bibliography of the constitutions and laws of the American Indians ().
The collection includes the laws of the Cherokee, Chickasaw. BIBLIOGRAPHY Books Aggarwal, R.C: Constitutional History of India and National Movements, & Co, New Delhi, Altekar, A.S: State and Government in Ancient India, Moti Lal Banarasi.
Native American Law & Legal Sources Tribal Law Native American Law & Legal Sources: Tribal Law. An introduction to legal materials available at the UW Law Library on Native Americans and other native peoples of the US, such as Native Alaskans and Hawaiians. Written for the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI), this book discusses.
American Indians, Time, And The Law shapes the complex elements of recent Indian law development into a fascinating and coherent account. It should be read by all concerned with the status of the Indian tribes. Inthe Supreme Court ushered in a new era of Indian law, which recognizes Indian tribes as permanent governments within the federal constitutional system and, on the whole, honors old promises to the by: American Indian Constitutional Reform and the Rebuilding of Native Nations, edited by Eric D.
Lemont. Austin: University of Texas Press, American Indian Law Deskbook. 3rd ed. Boulder: University of Colorado Press, American Indian Law in a Nutshell, by William C. Canby, Jr. 4th ed.
Thomson/West, Author: Heather Pierce. Get this from a library. A bibliography of the Constitutions and laws of the American Indians. [Lester Hargrett].
A bibliography of the constitutions and laws of the American Indians / by Lester Hargrett with an introduction by John R. Swanton. / Hargrett, Lester, In Americas Constitution, one of this eras most accomplished constitutional law scholars, Akhil Reed Amar, gives the first comprehensive account of one of the worlds great political ve, entertaining, and occasionally controversial, this biography of Americas framing document explains not only what the Constitution says but also why the Constitution says it/5.
Genre/Form: Bibliographies Bibliography Bibliographie: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hargrett, Lester, Bibliography of the constitutions and laws of the American Indians.
Other Resources for Tribal Constitutions. The National Indian Law Library (NILL) of the Native American Rights Fund is a law library devoted to federal Indian and tribal law.
NILL maintains a unique and valuable collection of Indian law resources and assists people with their Indian law-related research needs. This treatise on constitutional law is organized around issues, or constitutional functions, rather than being a sequential discussion of the text to the Constitution.
Professor Tribe provides analysis of constitutional law doctrine and policy. The text is heavily footnoted with references to treatises, law review articles, the U.S. Code, and Cited by: Bibliography This site owes its existence to the thoughts and words of a great many people.
This page is a list of some of the books used as references for various facts and events detailed in the site. This is the standard reader in American law and constitutional development. The selections demonstrate that the legal order, once defined by society, helps in molding the various forces of the social life of that society.
The essays cover the entire period of the American experience, from the colonies to postindustrial society.5/5(1).In addition to authoring American Indians and the Law and Shadow Nations, he has also contributed to Felix S. Cohen’s widely praised Handbook of Federal Indian Law and coedited “Sovereignty, Indigeneity, and the Law,” a volume of South Atlantic Quarterly that won the Council of Editors of Learned Journals Award for Best Special by: American Indians & The United States Constitution By ROBERT J.
MILLER This view was correct because most Indians did not become United States citizens until when Congress passed a law making all Indians United States citizens. American Indian tribes have played a major role in the development and history of the United States and.