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Argument by Judge McKennon Relative to Condition of Affairs in the Indian Territory

Argument by Judge McKennon Relative to Condition of Affairs in the Indian Territory

hearings before the United States House Committee on Indian Affairs, Fifty-Fourth Congress, first session, on Mar. 11, 12, 19, 20, 1896

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Published by U.S. G.P.O. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Indians of North America -- Government relations,
  • Five Civilized Tribes

  • The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination65 p
    Number of Pages65
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15276490M

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    Owing to this condition, the Secretary of the Interior had many matters to consider in the Indian Territory which were not in fact Indian matters and yet so closely allied with them and with the affairs of the Five Civilized Tribes that the two necessarily found their way to the same office for solution. Northwest Ethnohistory collection, Indian Affairs Branch- Census of Indians in Canada. Swindell, "Report on Source, Nature and Extent of the Fishing, Hunting, and Misc. Related Rights of Certain Indian Tribes in Washington and Oregon" U.S. Dept. of the Interior. July: 17/

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Argument made by judge m'kennon before the commitee on indian affairs of the house of representatives, relative to condition of affairs in the indian territory, together with other papers, and senate document no.

12, report of the commission appointed to negotiate with the five civilized tribes of indians, known as the "dawes commission".

About the same time, Mr. Owen made an argument before the Committee on Indian Affairs of the House in support of House Bill No. 10, intended to permit the Mississippi Choctaws to continue to reside in that state and still claim the rights of Choctaw citizens.

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The legislation also gave the Indian Territory court jurisdiction of some federal felonies, including bootlegging, and of prosecutions for perjury, subornation of perjury, theft of court records, conspiracy to intimidate litigants, witnesses, or jurors, and conspiracy to.

On Novemand Novemthe Dawes commission made reports to congress of the condition of affairs in the Indian Territory in respect of the manner in which lands were held by the members of the tribes, and of the manner in which the citizenship of said tribes was dealt with, finding a deplorable state of affairs, and the.

This condition of affairs made it impossible to extend full relief in all cases, but an effort was made to correct the defect in the law by a provision in the act of April 26 (34 Stat. whereby the right to enrollment was extended not only to the new-born children of enrolled citizens but also to the new-born children of other.

Certified copies of orders issued by the U.S. Court for the Central District of Indian Territory at South McAlester in appeals of judgments of the Dawes Commission under the act of J The order lists the names of the applicants and the reason for the court's decision. Why did the Indians want a federal court in Indian Territory.

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The major problem with the locations of the court and prison for Indian Territory was distance False Afterall cases involving murder, manslaughter, etc., were tried in. Hagan, Indian Police and Judges: Experiments in Acculturation and Control (). Hansen, Survey of Civil Jurisdiction in Indian Country16 Am.

Indian L. Rev. 2 (Fall ). Jimenez & Song "Concurrent Tribal and State Jurisdiction under Public Law ," 47 AU L. Rev. The nation's highest court continues to keep Indian Country in the dark when it comes to one of the most contentious cases in recent history.

The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday released its latest calendar of oral arguments, this one for the month of the tribal case everyone is paying attention to -- Sharp -- wasn't on the list. InCongress created a court to preside over the “Indian Territory” (25 Stat.

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They formulated a policy to encourage the civilizing process. The condition of affairs in Indian Territory and California. A report Charles Cornelius Coffin Painter was an agent of the Indian Rights Association, headquartered in Philadelphia.

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