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This informative consultant completely discusses the criminal powers of Indian tribes; civil and felony jurisdiction on Indian reservations; Indian looking, fishing, and water rights; taxation in Indian kingdom; the Indian Civil Rights Act; the Indian baby Welfare Act; and tribal jurisdiction over non-Indians.

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11. 42 Stat. C. Sec. 1401(a)(2). 12. S. 488 (1905). 13. S. v. S. 591 (1916). 14. American Indian Policy Review Commission, Final Report p. 461 (Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1977). 15. See Cohen, note 1 above, p. 6; Mashpee Tribe v. 2d 480, 484 (1st Cir. 1987). 16. Mashpee Tribe, note 15 above; James v. 2d 71 (1st Cir. 1983), cert. S. 1209 (1984). 17. S. v. Washington, 384 F. Supp. D. Wash. 2d 676 (9th Cir. 1975), cert. S. 1086 (1976). 18. Joint Tribal Council of Passamoquoddy Tribe v.

Cl. 899, 911 (1965). 50. S. at 345. 51. Oneida Indian Nation, note 48 above. Page 25 52. Santa Fe, note 48 above; Tee-Hit-Ton, note 48 above. 53. Santa Fe, note 48 above. 54. Id. See also Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians v. ), cert. S. 805 (1983). 55. S. v. 2d 1394, 141314 (9th Cir. 1983), cert. S. 1252 (1984). 56. Oneida Indian Nation, note 48 above. 57. Catawba Indian Tribe v. ), cert. Ct. 3190 (1989). But see Oneida Indian Nation of New York v. 2d 1145 (2d Cir. 1988), cert.

Secs. 461 et seq. 24. R. Rep. No. , p. 6 (1934). C. Sec. 450. 25. Termination is discussed in detail in ch. 5, sec. B. See also Tyler, note 5 above, pp. 16881. 26. 67 Stat. C. Sec. C. Sec. 1360. L. 280 is discussed at length in ch. 7. Page 11 27. Presidential Documents, Weekly Compilation of, 1968, vol. IV, no. 10 (Washington, DC: Government Printing Office). 28. Message from the President of the United States, 1970, ''Recommendations for Indian Policy" (Washington, DC: Government Printing Office).

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