US House Committee on Natural Resources
103d Congress, 2d Session
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This United States (US) House report from the Committee on Natural Resources, dated April 19, 1994, was written to accompany US Senate Bill 1654 which proposed technical corrections to existing Indian laws. This report provides a background on US Senate Bill 1654 and proposes amendments. Among other corrections, the bill proposes to amend the White Earth Reservation Land Settlement Act of 1985 and to extend the allotted time for land transfers as written in the Three Affiliated Tribes and the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Equitable Compensation Act. US Senate Bill 1654 became US Public Law 103-263 on May 31, 1994.
Mandan Hidatsa and Arikara Nation, the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, Mandan, Nueta, Hidatsa, Standing Rock Sioux, Standing Rock Nation, Íŋyaŋ Woslál Háŋ, White Earth Reservation, White Earth Reservation Land Settlement Act of 1985, Three Affiliated Tribes and the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Equitable Compensation Act, Indian law, correction, land transfer, amendment
Mandan Hidatsa and Arikara Nation, the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, Mandan, Nueta, Hidatsa, Standing Rock Sioux, Standing Rock Nation, Íŋyaŋ Woslál Háŋ, US Department of the Interior, US House Committee on Natural Resources
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American Politics | Indigenous, Indian, and Aboriginal Law | Indigenous Studies | Law and Politics | Native American Studies | United States History
US Congress, House. Committee on Natural Resources. Technical Corrections in Certain Indian Laws. 103d Cong., 2d sess., H. Rep. 479. April 19, 1994. https://commons.und.edu/indigenous-gov-docs/121/.
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