US Government Documents related to Indigenous Nations

Indian Land Areas Judicially Established


95th Congress, 2d Session

SuDoc Class Number

Y 3. In2/6:1:946-78



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This map was published alongside the United States Indian Claims Commission Final Report, dated September 30, 1978. The text on the map reads, "This map portrays the results of cases before the U.S. Indian Claims Commission or U.S. Court of Claims in which an American Indian tribe proved its original tribal occupancy of a track with in the continental United States."

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Court of Claims, Claim Commission, Indian Claims Commission, Meriam Report, Indian Citizenship Act, treaty violations, grievances, taken land, lawsuit, litigation, court case, map

Organizations Referenced

US Court of Claims, US Indian Claims Commission, US Department of the Interior

People Referenced

Jerome K. Kuykendall, John T. Vance, Richard W. Yarborough, Margaret H. Pierce, Brantley Blue, Edgar E. Witt, William M. Holt, Arthur V. Watkins, T. Harold Scott, John T. Vance, Theodore R. McKeldin


Government Printing Office


American Politics | Indigenous, Indian, and Aboriginal Law | Indigenous Studies | Law and Politics | Native American Studies | United States History

Recommended Citation

US Geological Survey. Indian Land Areas Judicially Established [map]. 1:4,000,000. Washington D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1978.

Indian Land Areas Judicially Established



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