American Indians: Developments, Policies and Research. Volume 3


Albert O. Hughes (Editor)
Eric A. Sanders (Editor)

Series: American Indians: Developments, Policies and Research
BISAC: HIS017000

This book presents current research on new developments and policies in the American Indian population in the United States. Topics discussed in this compilation include the administrative process by which groups may be acknowledged as Indian tribes; federal funding for non-federally recognized tribes; an examination of the Department of Homeland Security efforts to coordinate with tribal governments to address border security threats and vulnerabilities on Indian reservations; and federal agencies focus on fighting crime in Indian country and strengthening the bond between federal and tribal law enforcement. (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


The Administrative Process by Which Groups May Be Acknowledged as Indian Tribes by the Department of the Interior
(Jane M. Smith)

Indian Issues: Federal Funding for Non-Federally Recognized Tribes

Border Security: Partnership Agreements and Enhanced Oversight Could Strengthen Coordination of Efforts on Indian Reservations

U.S. Department of Justice Indian Country Investigations and Prosecutions 2011-2012


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