4 edition of Corporate charter of the Native Village of Tanana, Alaska found in the catalog.
Corporate charter of the Native Village of Tanana, Alaska
|Series||Native American legal materials collection -- title 2753.|
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Alaskan Native Villages Below are the list of Federally Recognized Alaskan Native Villages. Sitka Tribe of Alaska Juneau Area Office Lawrence Widmark Jr., President Katlian Street Village of Tanana Fairbanks Agency Dennis Charley, President P.O. Box Tanana, Athabaskan-speaking North American Indian group that lived along the headwaters of the Tanana River in what is now central Alaska. Traditionally, they were nomadic hunters, relying chiefly on caribou, moose, and mountain sheep for food and clothing. They lived in skin-covered domed lodges in winter and in bark or brush lean-tos or huts in summer.
An Alaska Native Corporation or ANC means any Regional Corporation, Village Corporation, Urban Corporation, or Group Corporation organized under the laws of the State of Alaska in accordance with the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, as amended (43 U.S.C. , et seq.). Get reviews, hours, directions, coupons and more for Tanana Tribal Council at Front St, Tanana, AK Search for other Government Offices Location: Front St, Tanana, , AK.
The Online Books Page. Online Books by. United States Bureau of Indian Affairs (United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs) A Wikipedia article about this author is available.. United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs, ed.: Documents Relating to the Negotiation of Ratified and Unratified Treaties with Various Indian Tribes, (Washington, DC: National Archives. ) (page . The act allotted 40 million acres of land for division among 12 regional native corporations and village corporations. The law was intended to settle longstanding land claims by Alaska natives.
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Tanana / ˈ t æ n ə n ɑː / (Hohudodetlaatl Denh in Koyukon) is a Alaska book in the Yukon-Koyukuk Census Area in the U.S.
state of the census the population wasdown from in It was formerly known as Clachotin, adopted by Canadian French. Jules Jetté (–), a Jesuit missionary who worked in the area and documented the language, Area code: Get this from a library. Corporate Charter of the Native Village of Tanana, Alaska: approved [Native Village of Tanana.; United States.
Bureau of Indian Affairs.]. CORPORATE CHARTER OF THE NATIVE VILLAGE OF TANANA, ALASKA A FEDERAL CORPORATION CHARTERED UNDER THE ACT OF JAS AMENDED BY THE ACT OF MAY 1, Whereas, a group of Eskimos having a common bond of living to gether in Tanana, Territory of Alaska, seek to organize under Sections.
Tozitna, Limited was incorporated in Alaska on J It is the Tanana village corporation organized pursuant to the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of (ANCSA) and is located in the geographic region encompassed by the regional ANCSA corporation, Doyon, butions to Tozitna from the Alaska Native Fund were recorded as the carrying.
State of Alaska v. Native Village of Tanana. In JanuaryNARF filed a complaint on behalf of the Villages of Tanana, Nulato, Akiak, Kalskag, Lower Kalskag, and Kenaitze along with Theresa and Dan Schwietert against the State of Alaska, then-Attorney General Greg Renkes, and various state agencies challenging a policy opining that state courts have exclusive jurisdiction over.
While Tanana Chiefs Conference was not officially formed untilthe history of how our organization came to be can be dated back over one hundred years, when tribal Chiefs from throughout the region banded together to protect their native land rights, an issue that has continued after Alaska’s statehood in and is still relevant today.
The regional and village corporations are now owned by Alaska Native people through privately owned shares of corporation stock. Alaska Natives alive at ANCSA's enactment on Decemwho enrolled in a Native association (at the regional and/or village level) received shares of stock in the respective corporation.
CORPORATE CHARTER OF THE NATIVE VILLAGE OF FORT YUKON - A FEDERAL CORPORATION CHARTERED UNDER THE ACT OF JUNE "i ' 18,AS AMENDED BY THE ACT OF MAY 1, Whereas, a group of Indians having a common bond of living together in Fort Yukon, Territory of Alaska, seek to organize under.
This organization shall be called the "Native Village of Fort Yukon." Article II -- Membership. Section 1. First Members. All persons whose names are on the list of native residents, made according to the Instructions of the Secretary of the Interior for organization in Alaska, shall be members of the Village.
Section 2. Children of Members. The Tanana Athabaskans, Tanana Athabascans or Tanana Athapaskans are an Alaskan Athabaskan peoples of the Athabaskan-speaking ethnolinguistic group.
They are the original inhabitants of the Tanana River (in Tanana languages Tth'itu', literally "straight water", in Koyukon language Tene No', literally "trail water") drainage basin in east-central Alaska. Inthe U.S. Congress enacted the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act and created 12 regional Native corporations.
The law divided million acres of land between those corporations. Each regional corporation selected land in 12 geographic regions and represents a group of Alaska Natives. corporate charter. of the. native village of buckland alaska ratified decem united states government printing office washington: corporate charter of the native village of buckland, alaska a federal corporation chartered under the act of j (48 stat.
), as amended by the act of may 1, (49 stat. alaska native americans u.s. department of the interior bureau of indian affairs. indian tribal entities within alaska recognized and eligible to receive services from the.
Alaska v Native Village of Tanana (Alaska Supreme) Tribes have the authority to initiate child protection cases under the Indian Child Welfare Act and under their inherent authority. Parks v Simmonds (Alaska Supreme) Parties have to ‘exhaust tribal remedies’ before they can run to the state or federal Size: 1MB.
CERTIFICATION. Pursuant to an order approved by the Assistant Secretary of the Interior, the attached charter was submitted for ratification to the group of Indians having a common bond of residence in the Village of Fort Yukon, Territory of Alaska, and was on January 2,duly ratified by a vote of 67 for and none against, in an election in which over 30.
Tanana is located in Interior Alaska about two miles west of the junction of the Tanana and Yukon Rivers, air miles west of Fairbanks. It lies at approximately 65° 10' N Latitude, ° 04' W Longitude (Sec. 17, TN, RW, Fairbanks Meridian). Tanana, Alaska.
Jump to navigation Jump to search. Tanana is a city in Alaska. Alaska Native Regional Corporations There are 12 Alaska Native Regional Corporations that govern most of the federally recognized indian communities and villages in Alaska.
They were created by the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA), which created Native-owned corporations to provide stewardship of ancestral lands and financial and. "Salcha: An Athapaskan Band of the Tanana River and Its Culture." M.A. thesis, University of Alaska, Fairbanks.
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Juneau. Tanana Tribal Council, Tanana, Alaska. 36 likes. Local Business/5(84). Tanana Alaska PopulationTanana Alaska PopulationTanana Alaska PopulationTanana Alaska DemographicsTanana Alaska Statistics A Native Village In Alaska Where The Past Is Key To The Future Klukwan is home to about people, most of them from the Tlingit tribe.
Once their land reached to the mountains. Today, the. A man banished from the Interior Alaska village of Tanana in the wake of the shooting deaths of two Alaska State Troopers has filed a civil lawsuit in federal court arguing for his right to return.