Indian land tenure : bibliographical essays and a guide to the literature / by Imre Sutton.Material type: TextSeries: Library of American Indian affairs: Publisher: New York : Clearwater Pub. Co., Description: xiii, 290 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cmISBN: 0883541041; 9780883541043; 0883541068 (pbk.); 9780883541067 (pbk.)Subject(s): Indians of North America -- Land tenure -- Bibliography | Indian land transfers -- United States -- Bibliography | Indian land transfers United States Bibliography | Indians of North America Land tenure BibliographyAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Indian land tenure.DDC classification: 016.3332 LOC classification: Z1209.2.U5 | S95 | E98.L3KF5660.A1 | S88xOther classification: 6,33
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Includes bibliographical references (p. -276) and indexes.
Introduction: Indian land tenure: the structure and content of the literature -- Aboriginal occupancy and territoriality. Introduction ; Interpretation of Native land tenure ; Territoriality and tribal distributions -- Land cessions and the establishment of reservations. Introduction ; Colonial land policies and the Indian ; Westward expansion and Indian lands ; The reservation idea -- Land administration and land utilization. Introduction ; The Indian land base ; The condition of the Indians ; Legal facets of land administration ; The reservation as a land institution ; Land policy, management and tenure -- Aboriginal title and land claims. Introduction ; The Indian Claims Commission and the law ; Land claims and alternative means of redress -- Title clarification and change. Introduction ; Opening of and encroachment upon Indian lands ; Land allotment ; Land leasing ; Heirship and alienation ; Termination of trusteeship -- Tenure and jurisdiction. Introduction ; The Indian reservation as a political-geographical place ; Treaty rights: hunting and fishing ; Water rights ; Reservoirs and Indian lands ; Minerals and mining ; Some conclusions -- Land tenure and culture change. Introduction ; Euro-American institutions and the Indian ; The reservation and the larger society.