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0 (B12136); Thomson-Reuters (2011) (defining “trust). 115. 6 at 406–410. , Quick Bear v. S. 50 (1908) (in exchange for transfer of Indian land, the federal government agreed to use the purchase price for education of Indian children at a Catholic school). 116. 6 at 1344–1345. , Rockbridge v. 2d 567, 570 (1971). , United States v. S. 375 (1896). , Morton v. S. 199 (1974) at 236. , White v. Califano, 437 F. Supp. C. D. 2d 697 (8th Cir. 1978). 121. Alaska Public Easement Defense Fund v. Andrus, 435 F.
United States, 470 F. Supp. C. C. 1979), and Kenaitze Indian Tribe v. 2d 312 (9th Cir. 1988), cert. S. 905 (1989). , Williams v. S. 217 (1959). Chapter 1: The Federal Relationship to Alaska Natives 23 Native dependency alone is not legally sufficient to impose legally enforceable obligations on the United States. 130 During the twentieth century, and especially since the 1950s, Congress has enacted a number of statutes further acknowledging and defining the federal relationship. Many of these have both general and specific relevance to Alaska Natives.
110 Similar reasoning supports rules of statutory construction, requiring statutes passed for the benefit of Native Americans 102. Johnson v. S. ) 543 (1823). ” 103. Worcester v. S. ) 515 (1832) at 561. United States v. S. C. § 1153). Lone Wolf v. S. 553, 565 (1903) (upholding treaty abrogation). 105. T. S. Law, in Rethinking Indian Law 105–106 (CONAS, ed. F. Wilkinson, American Indians, Time and the Law 23–31 (1987), for a thoughtful analysis of the distinction between the diverging line of cases, one beginning with Worcester and upholding tribal constitutional separatism, and the other ending with Lone Wolf and upholding the constitutional plenary power of Congress.