Federal Recognition

Some articles on federal recognition, recognition, federal:

Akaka Bill - Support
... Hawai`i's State legislature, which has unanimously passed at least three resolutions supporting federal recognition for Native Hawaiians ... Those who seek legislation to provide federal recognition for Native Hawaiians to ensure that the native (especially at-risk) population continues to receive services in health care, housing, education, job ... Native Hawaiians, for Congress had already provided federal recognition of the other indigenous and aboriginal peoples of America ...
Aurelius H. Piper, Sr. - Background
... States Bureau of Indian Affairs has repeatedly refused the tribe's request for federal recognition ... originally claimed more than 700,000 acres (2,800 km2) of land during its fight for federal recognition ... York's Westchester County, which set off legal challenges against the tribe's recognition attempts ...
Coushatta - 20th Century To Present
... Tribe of Louisiana achieved state recognition as a tribe ... A year later it procured federal recognition ... The Alabama-Quassarte Tribal Town in Wetumka, Oklahoma achieved federal recognition in 1939, following passage of the Oklahoma Indian Welfare Act of ...
Lumbee Tribe - Organization and Seeking Federal Recognition - Petitioning For Federal Recognition
... Department of the Interior for federal recognition, in a bid for the financial benefits accorded recognized Native American tribes ... established for them and a history of a tribal relationship with the federal government ... testifying in 1988, 1989, 1991 and 1993 with bids for federal recognition by congressional action ...
St. Croix Chippewa Indians Of Wisconsin - History
... Croix Chippewa Indians who lost federal recognition in 1854 ... Chippewa Indians of Wisconsin re-gained their federal recognition under the Indian Reorganization Act ... Due to loss of Federal recognition in 1854, as one of two successors apparent of the historical St ...

Famous quotes containing the words recognition and/or federal:

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