To Provide for the Exchange of Certain Lands Between the Hopi and Navajo Indian Tribes: Hearing Before the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, House of Representatives, Ninety-ninth Congress, Second Session, on H.R. 4281 ... Hearing Held in Washington, DC, May 8, 1986, Volumen4
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Página 38 - I enter that into the record ? The CHAIRMAN. Without objection, the letter will be made a part of the record. [The letter referred to follows :] HARVARD UNIVERSITY, FACULTY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES, Cambridge, Mass., March 16, 1913.
Página 281 - States was subject to suit; (3) claims which would result if the treaties, contracts, and agreements between the claimant and the United States were revised on the ground of fraud, duress, unconscionable consideration, mutual or unilateral mistake, whether of law or fact, or any other ground cognizable by a court of equity; (4) claims arising from the taking by the United States, whether as the result of a treaty of cession or otherwise, of lands owned or occupied by the claimant without the payment...
Página 111 - Tribal Council at a duly called meeting at Window Rock, Navajo Nation (Arizona), at which a quorum was present and that same was passed by a vote of 55 in favor and 0 opposed, this 15th day of November, 1984.
Página 260 - Yuma and such other Indians as the Secretary of the Interior may see fit to settle thereon: Provided, however.
Página 95 - This concludes my prepared statement, and I will be pleased to respond to any questions the subcommittee may have.
Página 169 - CERTIFICATION I hereby certify that the foregoing resolution was duly considered by the Navajo Tribal Council at a duly called meeting at Window Rock, Navajo Nation (Arizona), at which a quorum was present and that same was passed by a vote of 52 in favor and 0 opposed, this 3rd day of June, 1970.
Página 209 - ... of oil and gas rights on the public domain may be made to persons entitled thereto under such act and that an oil royalty shall be reserved therein and made payable to the United States; and it is further provided that any oil accruing to the United States as royalty under such leases may be sold by the Secretary of the Interior, acting on behalf of the United States, under the circumstances enumerated, and in accordance with the methods prescribed, in said act. 8. Subsequent to February 25,...
Página 257 - The standard of review most recently expressed is that the legislative judgment should not be disturbed "[a]s long as the special treatment can be tied rationally to the fulfillment of Congress...
Página 112 - ... make recommendations for the future management of these lands. A pronouncement by Congress of the general policies and guidelines for the future management of the public lands is a necessary and first step in the process of restructuring the public land laws. S. 424, of course, deals only with those lands under the jurisdiction of the Bureau of Land Management in the Department of the Interior.
Página 260 - Act, are hereby permanently withdrawn from all forms of entry or disposal for the benefit of the Navajo and such other Indians as may already be located thereon...