Native American Citizenship and Borders

Indian Citizenship - (Oklahoma State University). From Kappler's Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties: Act of June 2, 1924 (43 Stat. 253, ante, 420)

Native American Citizenship - (Nebraska Department of Education and the Nebraska State Historical Society). "This series of illustrated essays discusses the history of American Indian citizenship and U.S. policy concerning Native Americans. Subjects include the reservation system, American Indian schools, citizenship for native veterans, the 1924 Indian Citizenship Act, and related topics. From, a project of the Nebraska Department of Education and the Nebraska State Historical Society." [From the Librarians' Index to the Internet]

Article: Native American free passage rights under the 1794 Jay Treaty : survival under United States statutory law and Canadian common law.

Article: Historical context and the survival of the Jay Treaty free passage right : a response to Marcia Yablon-Zug.

Article: The Jay Treaty free passage right in theory and practice.

Guide: Border crossing rights between the United States and Canada for aboriginal people (Provided by Pine Tree Legal Assistance)

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