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Sovereignty symposium VII : Full faith and credit, June 6, 7, 8 and 9, 1994, Doubletree Hotel, Warren Place, Tulsa, Oklahoma

Author: Oklahoma. Supreme Court.; Oklahoma Indian Affairs Commission.
Publisher: [Oklahoma City, Okla.] : [Supreme Court of Oklahoma], [1994]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : English
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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Oklahoma. Supreme Court.; Oklahoma Indian Affairs Commission.
OCLC Number: 30654052
Notes: "The Sovereignty Symposium was established to provide a forum in which ideas concerning common legal issues can be exchanged in a scholary [sic], non-adversial [sic] environment."
Description: 1 volume (various pagings) : illustrations ; 28 cm
Contents: Current developments in Indian law: synopsis of cases --
Repatriation --
Implementing the national policy of understanding, preserving, and safeguarding the heritage of Indian people and Native Hawaiians: human rights, sacred objects, and cultural patrimony / Rennard Strickland --
Back to the future: a proposed Model Tribal Act to protect native cultural heritage / Rennard Strickland, Kathy Supernaw --
Abstract: perspectives of repatriation from the Oklahoma Museum of Natural History --
Native American Graves and Repatriation Act --
Protection of archaeological resources 25 CFR Part 262 Bureau of Indian Affairs --
Issues concerning the practitioner in Native American law --
Taking lands into trust for going purposes / Glenn M. Feldman --
Steps in achieving timely approval of trust acquisitions / Stephen V. Quesenberry --
Human rights for the world's indigenous people: international considerations --
Does Section 35 of the Constitutional Act, 1982, have any real meaning? an analysis of the "reasonable limits" test in Sparrow v. The Queen / Bob Freedman --
The International Year of Indigenous People: an American retrospective / Kirke Kickingbird --
Indian Child Welfare Act and other juvenile law issues --
Jurisdictional black holes: a discussion of child victims without a forum for justice and the jurisdictional issues of dependent Indian communities in Kay County, Oklahoma / Judy I. Lewis --
Indian Child Welfare Act: seeking compliance / Michael C. Snyder --
Carried on the great wind: tribal strategies in ICWA cases / C. Steven Hager --
House Bill No. 1905 --
The Indian Child Welfare Act: a step in the right direction for Indian peoples, a model approach for other communities of color? / Tanya Greene --
Gaming --
Tribal/state gaming compacts: a constitutional challenge to IGRA / Gary S. Pitchlynn --
Indian Gaming 1994 / Jess Greene --
Water law --
First Nation riparian rights and hydraulic development in Ontario / Kent McNeil --
Indian water rights in Eastern Oklahoma / Bob Rabon --
Overview of Native American water rights / Judith V. Royster --
Indian water rights in Eastern Oklahoma / David A. Mullen --
Environmental law --
Blueprint for reform: the commissioner's plan for reinventing reclamation / Daniel P. Beard --
Oklahoma's MSWLF rules: a comparison with RCRA, subtitle D criteria / Barbara Rauch --
The Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality: its jurisdiction, powers and organization, 1994 --
Approaches to groundwater protection in Indian Country / Judith v. Royster --
Federal environmental statutes affecting Indian tribes / Judith v. Royster --
Groundwater contamination on Indian lands: a trustee perspective / Mike Reed --
Casting a net Into turbulent waters: Indian salmon fishing rights in Canada and the United States / Brian R. Campbell --
Governmental relations between the state, tribal and federal governments- the Judicial Branch --
Building on common ground / Conference of Chief Justices of State Supreme Courts --
Report of the Oklahoma Supreme Court Committee to Recommend Standards for Recognition of Judicial Proceedings in Tribal Courts --
Oklahoma Tribal court / Dennis W. Arrow --
Prosecution and Dependent Indian communities / Teresa Black --
"Way Down Yonder in the Indian Nations, Rode My Pony cross the Reservation" from "Oklahoma Hills" by Woody Guthrie / Kirke Kickingbird --
Sentencing aboriginal people: the need for flexibility and the accommodation of difference in the Canadian criminal justice system / Heather Potter.
Other Titles: Sovereignty symposium 7.
Full faith and credit
Sovereignty Symposium seven
Responsibility: presented by the Oklahoma Supreme Court, the Oklahoma Indian Affairs Commission, the Sovereignty Symposium, Inc.
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