American Indian Law Deskbook

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Index
Abandonment, Property, 62(n13), 101
Aboriginal rights, Hunting and fishing, 31415
Aboriginal Title, Extinguishment of, 314—15
Abstention
Water rights, federal court, 296—99
Younger v. Harris,195
ACA.SeeAssimilative Crimes Act
Access, Across private lands for hunting and fishing, 320—21
Accidents
Motor-vehicle, 134(n118), 157—59, 185—86, 192, 203, 346—47
Nuclear, 188—89
Acknowledgment, of Indian tribe status, 48—50
Acquisition of Title to Land in Trust, 57(n114)
Administrative Procedure Act (APA), 359
Gaming under, 425—27, 460
Administrative Regulations, Tribal jurisdictional assertion over EPA programs, 352—53
Adoption Assistance and Child Welfare Act, 488(n100)
Adoption Proceedings
See alsoChild Custody Proceedings
for Adult adoptees, 498—99
Collateral challenge to state court decrees, 496—97
Full faith and credit requirements, 497—98
Placement, 465, 492—95
Voluntary, 469
Agents of Tribe.SeeTribal Officers and Agents
Agriculture
General Allotment Act period and, 27, 28—29, 97
Land leased for, 88—89
Water rights and, 261, 263, 267, 268
Air Quality, CAA and, 363—66
Alaska
Appropriation doctrine and, 261(n16)
Millennium Agreement, 502
Public Law 280 and, 121, 122, 218 child custody proceedings, 479—80
Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act (ANILCA), 20(n110), 65(n34)
Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA)
Aboriginal hunting and fishing rights, 314—15
Aboriginal Title act, 65
Federal fiduciary obligation and, 15(n86)
Purpose of, 55
Alaskan Natives
Employment preferences for, 44(n37)
Indian Claims Commission and, 64—65
Indian Reorganization Act, 33(n183), 177
Marine Mammal Protection Act, 338
Reindeer herding, 45(n38)
Alaskan Native Villages
Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA), 65
Dependent, 55
Alaska v. Native Village of Venetie,55—56, 59
Albuquerque, Water quality standards, 359, 360
Alcohol. SeeLiquor
Alienation
Restraints on, 71
of Trust lands and allotments, 58
Allotments
See alsoGeneral Allotment Act; General Allotment Act Period
Farm leases and, 87—88
Grazing, 27, 90
Leasing of under General Allotment Act, 2829, 97—98
Mineral leases and, 99
Non-Indian hands, 76

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