Trusteeship in Change: Toward Tribal Autonomy in Resource Management

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Overview

Trusteeship in Change explores the evolution of Indian Affairs policies and administrative practices regarding the management of trust lands from treaty days to contemporary partnerships. A dozen scholars from diverse fields - archaeology, economics, forestry, environmental studies, history, geography, political science, and more - review past policies and practices and introduce new ideas and approaches for the future.

This book also includes case studies focused on wildlife management, forest preservation, tribal hunting laws, and other specific concerns in management, preservation and utilization of Native American land. An excellent source for scholars in the fields of Native American and environmental studies, Trusteeship in Change is sure to spark debate and to be an important reference book for years to come.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780870816505
  • Publisher: University Press of Colorado
  • Publication date: 10/28/2001
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 488
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

Richmond L. Clow is a professor of Native American Studies at the University of Montana. David H. Getches is Raphael J. Moses Professor of Natural Resources Law at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Imre Sutton is professor emeritus of Geography, California State University-Fullerton, author of Indian Land Tenure, and editor of Irredeemable America: The Indians' Estate and Land Claims.

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Table of Contents

List of Figures
List of Tables
Foreword
Preface and Acknowledgments
A Note on Tribal Names, Toponyms, and Spellings
Contributors
Prologue: Tribes, Trusteeship, and Resource Management
Pt. I Trusteeship: Balancing Realty and Resource Management
1 Colorado Game Laws and the Dispossession of the Inherent Hunting Right of the White River and Uncompahgre Utes 15
2 Land Tenure and Agricultural Productivity in Indian Country 35
3 For the Public Good: Native Americans, Hydroelectric Dams, and the Iron Triangle 55
4 American Indian Timber Management Policy: Its Evolution in the Context of U.S. Forest History 73
Pt. II Tribalism: Encouraging Indian Participation
5 "If the cattle are going to die, let them die": Tohono O'odham and New Deal Conservation 115
6 The Rosebud Tribe and the Creation of TLE, 1943-1955: A Case of Tribal Heirship Land Management 145
7 Indian Cultural, Historical, and Sacred Resources: How Tribes, Trustees, and the Citizenry Have Invoked Conservation 165
8 A Sovereign Prescription for Preservation: The Mission Mountains Tribal Wilderness 195
Pt. III Self-Determination: Pursuing Indigenous and Multiagency Management
9 Tribes and States: A Political Geography of Indian Environmental Jurisdiction 239
10 Negotiated Water Settlements: Environmentalists and American Indians 265
11 Traditional Knowledge and Tribal Partnership on the Kaibab National Forest with an Emphasis on the Hopi Interagency Management 281
12 Indigenous Planning and Resource Management 303
Epilogue 315
Bibliographical Note 321
Glossary 327
Index to Cases 337
Index 339
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