New four-volume print compilation now available from Hein!

Legislative History, North American Indian Law editor

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Tribal Law and Order Act of 2010 

A Legislative History of Public Law No. 111-211

Edited by William H. Manz

Hein’s newest four-volume print compilation, Tribal Law and Order Act of 2010, includes the entire text of the Act, related bills, relevant reports and hearings, House and Senate debates, presidential remarks, and Congressional Budget Office reports to provide a full history of this recent act! Passed with bipartisan support, the Tribal Law and Order Act of 2010 amended the Indian Law Enforcement Reform Act and several other acts, extending and revising authority for prosecuting and responding to crimes in Indian country. The most-praised part of the legislation was the section dealing with domestic and sexual violence.

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Five Civilized Tribes and the Osage Nation

2009, Constitutional Law, North American Indian Law editor

Compiled and Edited By: C.L. Thomas

This work encompasses the establishment of the first United States Court in the Indian Territory in 1889, and continues through 1912, annotating each Act of Congress having a major impact on the daily lives of the “Five Civilized Tribes” of Oklahoma and the Osage Nation. Compiled and edited by C.L. Thomas, this book also incorporates all subsequent significant Acts, parts of acts, treaties and agreements pertaining to the affairs of those affected. All reported decisions of the Indian Territory Courts are included, along with those of the Supreme Court of Oklahoma since statehood, the Federal Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma, the Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court.

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