Public Law 98-408, August 28, 1984

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Title Public Law 98-408, August 28, 1984
Description 151 pages of documents regarding legal claims of the Zuni Indian Tribe including: Zuni Indian Tribe Lands Bill, an act to convey lands in Arizona around Kolhu/wala:wa to the Zuni Indian Tribe for religious purposes; Zuni Claims Settlement Act of 1990 involving the Zuni Indian Resource Development Trust Fund; United States Court of Claims case: Zuni Tribe of New Mexico, Plaintiff, vs. United States of America, Defendant.
Subject Zuni Indians--Claims; Zuni Indians--Land tenure; Indian land transfers--Arizona; Zuni Indians--Religion; Zuni Indians--Rites and ceremonies; Sacred space--Arizona--Apache County; Watershed management--New Mexico; Watershed restoration--New Mexico; Water resources development--New Mexico; Natural resources--Management--New Mexico; Conservation of natural resources--Law and legislation--New Mexico; Zuni Indians--Trials, litigation, etc.
Contributor United States. Congress. Senate. Select Committee on Indian Affairs; Simplicio, Chauncey; Kallestewa, Ben; Boyden, Stephen G.; Hart, E. Richard; Laselute, Edison; Lewis, Robert E.; Ortiz, Alfonso; Kintigh, Keith; Lee, Arthur N.; Zah, Peterson; Allen, Tom; Platt, H. Jay; Andrews, Mark
Alternate Title Zuni Indian Tribe Lands Bill; Hearing Before the Select Committee on Indian Affairs United States Senate Ninety-eight Congress Second Session on S. 2201 to Convey Certain Lands to the Zuni Indian Tribe for Religious Purposes; Statement of Chauncey Simplicio, Governor of the Zuni Indian Tribe; Religious Significance of Kolhu/wala:wa to the Zuni People; Statement by Zuni Religious Leaders on Kolhu/wala:wa; Statement of Stephen G. Boyden, Attorney for the Zuni Indian Tribe; Zuni Indian Tribe and Title to Kolhu/Wala:Wa (Kachina Village); Statement of Edison Laselute, Former Governor of the Zuni Indian Tribe; Statement of Robert E. Lewis, Former Governor of the Zuni Indian Tribe; Statement of Alfonso Ortiz, President of the Association on American Indian Affairs, Inc.; Draft-Archaeological Assessment of Pothunting Damages at the Bean Patch Ruin, near St. Johns, Arizona; Letter from Arthur N. Lee, chairman, board of supervisors, Apache County, AZ, to Senator Andrews; Letter from Peterson Zah, chairman, Navajo Tribal Council, to Senator Andrews; Letter from Tom Allen, Associate State Director, Bureau of Land Management, DOI, with enclosed mineral report, to Senator Goldwater; Letter from Tom Allen, Acting State Director, Bureau of Land Management, DOI, to Senator Goldwater; Letter from H. Jay Platt, president, Seven Springs Ranch, Inc., to Senator Goldwater; Report: Conveying Certain Lands to the Zuni Indian Tribe for Religious Purposes; Zuni Claims Settlement Act of 1990; United States Court of Claims case: Zuni Tribe of New Mexico, Plaintiff, vs. United States of America, Defendant
Additional Information Includes: Public Law 98-408, August 28, 1984; Hearing Before the Select Committee on Indian Affairs United States Senate Ninety-eight Congress Second Session on S. 2201 to Convey Certain Lands to the Zuni Indian Tribe for Religious Purposes; Statement of Chauncey Simplicio, Governor of the Zuni Indian Tribe; The Religious Significance of Kolhu/wala:wa to the Zuni People by Ben Kallestewa; Statement by Zuni Religious Leaders on Kolhu/wala:wa; Statement of Stephen G. Boyden, Attorney for the Zuni Indian Tribe; The Zuni Indian Tribe and Title to Kolhu/Wala:Wa (Kachina Village) by E. Richard Hart; Statement of Edison Laselute, Former Governor of the Zuni Indian Tribe; Statement of Robert E. Lewis, Former Governor of the Zuni Indian Tribe; Statement of Alfonso Ortiz, President of the Association on American Indian Affairs, Inc.; Draft-Archaeological Assessment of Pothunting Damages at the Bean Patch Ruin, near St. Johns, Arizona by Dr. Keith Kintigh; Letter from Arthur N. Lee, chairman, board of supervisors, Apache County, AZ, to Senator Andrews; Letter from Peterson Zah, chairman, Navajo Tribal Council, to Senator Andrews; Letter from Tom Allen, Associate State Director, Bureau of Land Management, DOI, with enclosed mineral report; to Senator Goldwater; Letter from Tom Allen, Acting State Director, Bureau of Land Management, DOI, to Senator Goldwater; Letter from H. Jay Platt, president, Seven Springs Ranch, Inc., to Senator Goldwater; Report: Conveying Certain Lands to the Zuni Indian Tribe for Religious Purposes by Mark Andrews; Zuni Claims Settlement Act of 1990; United States Court of Claims case: Zuni Tribe of New Mexico, Plaintiff, vs. United States of America, Defendant; also includes several maps
Spatial Coverage Apache County (Ariz.); Zuni River (Ariz. and N.M.); Little Colorado River (Ariz. and N.M.); Zuni (N.M.); Zuni Indian Reservation (N.M.); Gila River (N.M. and Ariz.); Salt River (Ariz.); Ojo Caliente (N.M.); Nutria River (N.M.)
Collection Number and Name Accn1042 Bx34 Fd4; Stephen G. Boyden Papers
Rights Management Digital Image © 2010 University of Utah. All Rights Reserved.
Holding Institution J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
Digitization Specifications Original scanned on Epson Expression 10000 XL and saved as 400 ppi TIFF. Display image generated in Contentdm.
Publisher Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
Type Text
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Date Created 2010-03-23
Date Modified 2010-03-29
ID 1154496
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6571b00
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