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INDIAN RESERVATIONS IN THE UNITED STATES: Territory, Sovereignty, and Socioeconomic Change.(Review) (The Geographical Review)
Limiting Tribal Rights under the Federal Power Act: Skokomish Indian Tribe V. United States (Energy Law Journal)
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U.S. EPA Indian Environmental Office (Environmental Health Perspectives)
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