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Author "The Winters Centennial: Will Its Commitment to Justice Endure?" (2008 : Santa Ana Pueblo, N.M.)

Title The future of Indian and federal reserved water rights : the Winters Centennial / edited by Barbara Cosens and Judith V. Royster
Published Albuquerque : University of New Mexico Press, [2012]
©2012
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Description 1 online resource (372 pages)
Contents The legacy of Winters v. United States and the Winters Doctrine, one hundred years later / Barbara Cosens -- The primary cases of the reserved rights doctrine: reenactments of the oral arguments / remarks of Thomas G. Fredericks, G. Emlen Hall, Edwin S. Kneedler, Joseph P. Mazurek, Mason Morisset, Jerome C. Muys, A. Dan Tarlock, and Jeanne S. Whiteing -- Winters in its historical context / remarks of Patricia Limerick and John Shurts -- Winters and the contemporary landscape / John E. Thorson -- One hundred years after Winters: the immovable object of tribes' reserved water meets the irresistible force of states' reserved rights under the equal footing doctrine / Richard Monette -- Indian water rights: the era of settlement / Jeanne S. Whiteing -- Post-decree administration of Indian water rights in multijurisdictional settings / Michael C. Nelson -- Results following litigation: the Wind River Tribes/Big Horn River / remarks of Craig Alexander, Gordon Jeff Fassett, and Susan Williams -- The Pyramid Lake Paiute water rights / remarks of Joe Ely -- The boundaries of Winters' when the courts alone are not enough to protect Indian reserved rights / Scott W. Williams -- The Fort Belknap water compact / remarks of John Allen, Woldezion Mesghinna, and Chris Tweeten -- Winters in Salmon country: the Nez Perce Tribe instream flow claims / Mark Solomon -- Off-reservation instream flows: the Nez Perce Settlement / remarks of Michael Bogert, Duane T. Mecham, Rebecca Miles, and Steven Moore -- Litigation versus settlement in non-Indian federal reserved rights / remarks of Susan Cottingham, James DuBois, and John Leshy -- A new deal for a 1933 water right: the Black Canyon of the Gunnison instream flow controversy / Reed D. Benson -- The future of Winters / remarks of Michael Bogert, Barbara Cosens, Philip S. Sam Deloria, John Echohawk, David Getches, John Leshy, and Jeanne S. Whiteing -- Will the Winters commitment to justice endure? it depends on us / remarks of Regis Pecos
Summary In this detailed collection of essays, lawyers, historians, and tribal leaders explore the nuances of the Winters Doctrine
Notes "The conference, "The Winters Centennial: Will Its Commitment to Justice Endure?", was held June 9-12, 2008, at the Santa Ana Pueblo in New Mexico ... This book represents much of the discussion that took place over the two and a half days of the conference and includes additional articles submitted by experts in the field."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Indians of North America -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Cases.
Indians of North America -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- West (U.S.) -- Congresses.
Indians of North America -- Montana -- Claims -- History -- Congresses.
Indians of North America -- West (U.S.) -- Claims -- Congresses.
Water rights -- Milk River (Mont. and Alta.) -- History -- Congresses.
Water rights -- West (U.S.) -- Congresses.
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings.
History.
Trials, litigation, etc.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Form Electronic book
Author Cosens, Barbara, 1955-
Royster, Judith V.
LC no. 2011040964
ISBN 0826351239 (electronic bk.)
1283637006
6613949469
9780826351234 (electronic bk.)
9781283637008
9786613949462