He had enlisted a party of one hundred and ten men, most of whom had been in the Indian country
, and some of whom were experienced hunters and trappers.
About the first of August, I made an incursion into the Indian country
, with a party of nineteen men, in order to surprise a small town up Sciotha, called Paint-Creek-Town.
UNITE strives to serve 22 different tribes, over what is often referred to as "Arizona Indian Country
," which is over a quarter of the size of Arizona, about 31,000 square MILES.
The second question was whether there are any circumstances in which land qualifies as an Indian reservation but nonetheless does not meet the definition of Indian country
in federal statute.
When the Lakota Times became a national newspaper in 1992, we changed the name to Indian Country
: The Art of David Bradley offers a lovely volume of Bradley's paintings and is recommended for arts and Native American history holdings alike.
Lastly, Part IV explores several implementation issues that could arise if, as this article posits, each federally recognized tribe in Alaska has a valid claim to occupying "Indian country
" for purposes of the federal Indian liquor laws, providing a sufficient basis for enactment of tribal alcohol ordinances.
How will you help us combat marijuana abuse in Indian Country
when states are no longer there to partner with us?"
''The department understands that providing quality administrative services to assist in the success of Indian youth in Indian country
is vital to their individual success and to the future of Indian country
,'' Washburn said.
We all had to draft a bill as one of our assignments for the class, so I was working on a bill that would help draw practitioners to Indian Country
. Sarah's bill was about how to draw lawyers to rural South Dakota.
Training Institute (ICTI), a subsidiary of Native owned and operated Lamar Associates, is rolling out a number of new online courses at OJJDP's Online University, suitable for those working in or establishing youth programs, tribal law enforcement; child welfare workers working with Native American children; teachers and school administrators at institutions with tribal youth; behavioral and mental health professionals, tribal court personnel, and all those who seek to work collaboratively to benefit young people.