COURSE PACKET BIBLIOGRAPHY: SPRING 2001

LEGALIZATION OF AMERICAN INDIANS
LEGAL STUDIES 460

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Louis Sahagun, "Violent Crime Besieges Reservations" from Boston Globe, November 23, 1997, P. A12.

Thomas Clavin, "Holding On: Grounds for Survival" from Newsday Magazine [New York] February 18, 1990.

Mark Stevens, "Chief Joseph's Revenge" from The New Yorker, August 8, 1994, pp. 26-33.

Peter d'Errico, "Introduction: Native Americans in American Politics," Encyclopedia of Minorities in American Politics, American Political Landscape Series, Jeffrey D. Schultz, editor (Phoenix, AZ: The Oryx Press, 2000), pp. 569-580.

Elizabeth Cook-Lynn, "A Centennial Minute from Indian Country; or Lessons in Christianizing the Aboriginal Peoples of America from the Example of Bishop William Hobart Hare," from Why I Can't Read Wallace Stegner and other essays (Madison: University of Wisconsin, 1996), pp. 41-59.

Wilcomb E. Washburn, ed., selections, 6 pp., "Orders of the Massachusetts General Court," and "The Spanish Requirement," from The Indian And The White Man [New York: Anchor Books, (1964)].

Tzvetan Todorov, "Equality or Inequality," from The Conquest Of America [New York: Harper & Row (1984)]

Steven T. Newcomb, Pagans in the Promised Land (Eugene, OR: Indigenous Law Institute, 1995)

Ian F. Haney López, "White by Law" from Critical Race Theory, ed. by Richard Delgado, [Philadelphia: Temple University Press (1995)]

Johnson v. McIntosh, 5 L.Ed. 681 (1823)

Cherokee Nation v. Georgia, 8 L.Ed. 25 (1831)

Worcester v. Georgia, 8 L.Ed. 483 (1832)

Louis Filler and Allen Guttmann, selections, 15 pp., from The Removal Of The Cherokee Nation [Boston: Heath (1962)].

Horace Greeley, "Georgia and the Indians," from The American Conflict [Hartford: O. D. Case & Company (1864)].

Joseph C. Burke, selection, 1 p., "The Cherokee Cases: A Study in Law, Politics, and Morality," 21 Stanford Law Review 500 (1969).

Vine Deloria, Jr., and Clifford Lytle, "The Evolution of Tribal Governments," from American Indians, American Justice (Austin : University Of Texas Press, 1983), pp. 80-98.

Steven Tullberg, "The Creation and Decline of the Hopi Tribal Council," from Rethinking Indian Law (Committee On Native American Struggles, National Lawyers Guild, 1983. [ISBN: 0-685-14957-9]

Philip S. Deloria, "The Era of Indian Self-Determination: An Overview," from Indian Self-Rule (Salt Lake City, Utah: Howe Bros., 1986).

William Cronon, "Bounding the Land" and "Commodities of the Hunt," from Changes In The Land (New York: Hill And Wang, 1983).

Wilcomb E. Washburn, "Indian Land and its Allotment," from Red Man's Land / White Man's Law (Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1995), pp. 143-147.

Francis Paul Prucha, selection from "Dependency," from The Indians in American Society (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1985), pp. 46-50.

M. Annette Jaimes, selection from "Federal Indian Identification Policy," from The State of Native America, ed. by M. Annette Jaimes (Boston: South End Press, 1992), pp. 125-127.

Ward Churchill, selection from "The Earth is Our Mother," from The State of Native America, ed. by M. Annette Jaimes (Boston: South End Press, 1992), pp. 144-151.

Wilfred Pelletier, Two Articles (Toronto: Institute for Indian Studies, Rochdale College, [196?]).

Walter Miller, "Two Concepts of Authority," from American Anthropologist (Washington, D.C.: American Anthropological Association, 1955).

James W. Zion and Robert Yazzie, "Indigenous Law in North America in the Wake of Conquest" from XX Boston College International & Comparative Law Review 55 (1997)

David Holmstrum, "Indian Traditions Help 'Drunk Town' Shed its Image" from Christian Science Monitor, JULY 14, 1997.

Dennis Fox, "Indian Arts and Crafts Act: Point," Expressive Culture (Ithaca, NY: Akwe:kon Press, Cornell University, and Washington, DC: National Museum of the American Indian, 1994), pp. 114-115.

Kay Walkingstick, "Indian Arts and Crafts Act: Counterpoint," Expressive Culture (Ithaca, NY: Akwe:kon Press, Cornell University, and Washington, DC: National Museum of the American Indian, 1994), pp. 115-117.

Elizabeth Cook-Lynn, "The Big Pipe Case," from Why I Can't Read Wallace Stegner and other essays (Madison: University of Wisconsin, 1996), pp. 110-125.

Leonard B. Jimson, "Parent and Child Relationships in Law and in Navajo Custom," from The Destruction of American Indian Families, ed. by Steven Unger (New York: Association on American Indian Affairs, 1977), pp. 67-78.

Elizabeth Cook-Lynn, "Why I Can't Read Wallace Stegner," from Why I Can't Read Wallace Stegner and other essays (Madison: University of Wisconsin, 1996), pp. 29-40.


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