2 edition of Land claims and native manpower found in the catalog.
Land claims and native manpower
Judith S. Kleinfeld
by Alaska Native Foundation and Institute of Social, Economic and Government Research University of Alaska in [s.l.]
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Judith Kleinfeld, Peter Jones and Ron Evans.|
|Series||ISEGR Report -- no. 36|
|Contributions||Jones, Peter R.,, Evans, Ronald L.,, Alaska. University. Institute of Social, Economic and Government Research, Alaska Native Foundation|
|LC Classifications||HD5725A4 K4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 52 p. --|
|Number of Pages||52|
Alaska Native Land Claims. Book published by Alaska Native Foundation. Length pages. College level. For information contact: Alaska Native Foundation, W. 4th Ave., Suite , Anchorage, AK Phone () Land Administration System. Use this site to search case files for state and BLM land. Summary records include all current data and case abstracts include historical data. Go to Online Payments to make land lease, shore fishery lease, mining claim and water rights payments over the Internet. Plats, Surveys & Land Records.
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Evans, Ron. Get this from a library. Land claims and native manpower: staffing regional and village corporations under Alaska native claims settlement act of [Judith Kleinfeld; Peter Jones; Ron Evans; Alaska Native Foundation.; University of Alaska Fairbanks. Institute of Social, Economic, and Government Research.] -- An exploratory examination of the professional, technical and clerical manpower.
An exploratory examination of the professional, technical, and clerical manpower needs of Alaskan regional and village corporations established under the Native Land Claims Settlement Act, this report recognized that critical staffing needs can only be met by carefully designed educational and training programs.
The staffing demand analyses were, however, tentative Author: Judith Smilg Kleinfeld, Peter Jones, Ron Evans. The Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA) was signed into law by President Richard Nixon on Decemconstituting at the time the largest land claims settlement in United States history.
ANCSA was intended to resolve long-standing issues surrounding aboriginal land claims in Alaska, as well as to stimulate economic development throughout Alaska.
"Whatever the future holds, assuredly there will be change, brought about by passage of the Alaska Native Land Claims Act."-- Emil Notti, as President of the Alaska Native Foundation, in the Foreword to the edition of Alaska Native Land Claims.
Apart from that, it was aimed at expediting the issuance of NT/field register-type land to natives en bloc, resolving the native customary right (NCR) claim issues and the overlapping land. By Kelli Mosteller This article originally appeared in The Atlantic on Septem Thousands of Native American protesters are currently fighting against the proposed construction of the Dakota Access pipeline in North Dakota.
They are doing more than just trying to protect their land. They are fighting for their culture—and, as the Ojibwe activist Winona LaDuke [ ]. Native rights to health, education, and other social services that were never addressed by ANCSA are still poorly defined.
At the close of the overview, Burch notes that "The final outcome of the Native Claims Movement in Alaska thus lies years, and possibly decades in the future" (Burch 23). That observation is a fitting conclusion. As ofthe suicide rate for Native American men aged 15 to 34 was times higher than for the general population.
Suicide is the second leading cause of death among Natives aged 10 to Some claims involve hundreds of millions of dollars, and tribes are often interested in controlling the land at issue, by, for example, having a say over logging, oil exploration and mining.
Book - Claims to knowledge, claims to country: native title, native title claims and the role of the anthropologist: summary of proceedings of a conference session on native title at the annual conference of the Australian Anthropological Society, University of. Indian land claims. It soon became apparent that many of these suits asserted valid claims and that the tribal plaintiffs had a good chance of prevailing on the merits.
State and local defendants be-gan settlement negotiations. As a result, a number of significant land claims have settled.
The individual Indigenous litigants, from many Native nations, claimed that the U.S. Department of the Interior, as trustee of Indigenous assets, had lost. Examines the principles underlying Aboriginal rights and the history of Aboriginal claims to land and resources.
Also offers a province-by-province breakdown of major legislation, regulations and treaties with special attention to Aboriginal rights to land and resources.
This book is a unique historical review of the Alaska Native Land Claims process, even if it is somewhat dated.
It gives the history of the claims issues and the methods by which land was allocated to the various native groups.
It should be recognized that changes the law since the book was published have made some parts of the book out of s: 2. Records relating to land and agriculture, including reports of the agency farmer, ; "Cattle Claims," ; notices of land and water claims, ; grazing permits, ; record of Indian cattle sold, ca.
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Get this from a library! Alaska Native land claims. [Robert D Arnold; Lydia L Hays; Alaska Native Foundation.] -- Textbook for upper secondary level pupils giving a history of Alaska and the Native land claims settlement.After winning the Maine tribes' land claims case, attorney Tom Tureen becomes a celebrity in Indian country.
Chapter Land claims settlement bears a powerful curse.The Land Claims Ordinance of gave rise to the Lands Claims Commission that investigated all land claims and endorsed the issue of Freehold Land titles known as Crown Grants.
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