History ETDs

Publication Date

6-5-1937

Abstract

The Supreme Court of the United States, in deciding a case of extreme importance to the Pueblo Indians, was forced to admit that erroneous information with regard to the Indians had been given to the court in a previous case, leading to a decision which proved highly costly, in money and land, to the Pueblo Indians of New Mexico. This study is made, therefore, in an attempt to supply, at least partially, the need so often expressed by attorneys, judges, state and federal authorities.

Level of Degree

Masters

Degree Name

History

Department Name

History

First Committee Member (Chair)

George Hammond

Second Committee Member

Lansing B. Bloom

Third Committee Member

None

Language

English

Keywords

New Mexico Peublo Land Grants, Land Policy of Spain, Land Policy of New Mexico, Land Policy of the United States, Laguna Pueblo, Acoma Pueblo, Isleta Pueblo, Sandia Pueblo, San Filipe Pueblo, Santa Ana Pueblo, Zia Pueblo, Jemez Pueblo

Document Type

Thesis

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