2 Indigenous Peoples' J. L. Culture & Resistance [i] (2005)

handle is hein.journals/indipeor2 and id is 1 raw text is: Indigenous Peoples' Journal of
Law, Culture & Resistance

volume 2                      2005                       issue 1

Contents
On the Rightful Political Heritage of Native Nations
The Legal Fiction of Gridiron Cowboys and Indians
The Last Thanksgiving
Legend # 1
That's The Place Indians Talk About: Indigenous
Narratives of Survivance
Where Red Fish Still Swim
Speaking
Paving the Way for the Future: Potential Structures
for Tribal Economic Development
Possession Is Nine-Tenths of the Law
Present Moment: A Zen Reflection on Indian Law
Doctrine
Ko Rangi AIO
Note, Renegotiating Law and History: Australian and
American Approaches to Native Land Claims
Sisters & Brothers from Another Mother

Steven T. Newcomb
Matthew L.M. Fletcher
Wendy Red Star
Anna Tsouhlarakis
Elizabeth Archuleta
Harvest McCampbell
Lawrence T.
John L. Williams
Kathy Ainsley
Frank Pommersheim
Shawna Shandiin Sunrise
Rovianne Amber Leigh
Shawna Shandiin Sunrise

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