12 terms

notebook 3 exam 3

indians claims comission
indian claims comission
court of claims. the indian claims commission to address lands historically lost in the past. monetary compensation for the value of the land at the time it was taken.
claims have to been filed in this period. for allotment violations, treaty violations, aboriginal claims. they were asigned a docket number, court case needed to be prove by experts.
termination era
late 1940's early 1950's. federal gov. ended the trust relationship. took reservations lands out of trust, terminated tribal membership, terminated federal funding, removal of state tax immunity, imposed state jurisdiction over indians in both civil and criminal issues. over 100 tribes, 10,000 indians impacted by termination.
termination era criteria
tribes who could achieve inmediate self sufficiency, tribes who could achieve self sufficiency within 10 years, impoverished tribes.
public law 280
public law 280
5 states best owed with current jurisdiction. states assume jurisdiction over indians.
public law 280 5 states
california, minessota, nebraska, oregon and wisconsin
american indian policy review comission
national study. termination have increased suffering and despair. recommendation to give indians greater self determination, greater control in governing their reservations and greater participation in planning federal indian policy. end termination, necessity to improve indian education, increased opportunities for economic development, to end paternalism of the bia/doi in tribal gov.
indian self determination and educational assistance act
president nixon
declares the era of self determination
assistance act 93-638
the act allows the secretary of the interior and the secretary of health and human services to contract directly with tribal gov. to administer bia or indian healt serice programs. tribal gov can manage housing, law enforcement, education, health, social service, and community dev. programs. ended termination empowered tribes to gain greater control over educations and health care, economic and natural resource dev.