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Deadliest enemies : law and race relations on and off Rosebud Reservation
Biolsi, Thomas
Adult Nonfiction KFS3505.5.R67 B56 2007

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ContentsPage
List of Maps and Tablesp. ix
Acknowledgmentsp. xi
Introduction to the New Edition: Indian Law and White Innocencep. xv
Deadliest Enemies
Introduction: "Deadliest Enemies" and the Discourse of Indian Lawp. 1
1 - A Short History of Rosebud Reservationp. 20
2 - Rosebud Sioux Tribe v. Kneip: Reservation Boundaries and Legal Rightsp. 39
3 - The Mission Liquor Store and Racial Hard Feelingsp. 75
4 - Stare Jurisdiction in Indian Countryp. 100
5 - Tribal Jurisdiction over Non-Indiansp. 140
6 - Making Indian-White Relationsp. 177
Conclusion: Whiteness and the Legal Imaginationp. 205
Referencesp. 211
Indexp. 227


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