CASES AND MATERIALS
PROBLEMS IN LANDS
ALLOTTED TO AMERICAN INDIANS
Revised First Permanent Edition
Joseph F. Rarick, J.S.D.
David Ross Boyd Professor of Law
College of Law
University of Oklahoma
Reproduced with permission of Louise S. Rarick
Copyright 1980 and 1982 by Joseph F. Rarick
To Tootsie La Tour who for many years has heard from me much more about Indian land titles than she really wanted to know.
NOTE OF APPRECIATION
During the summers of 1978 and 1980 I recieved financial support which made it possible for me to devote that time to work on this book. Those who thus helped me, in temporal order, are Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation; Mr. and Mrs. William G. Kerr;
Phillips Petroleum Co.; Kerr-McGee Foundation, Inc.; Law Center, University of Oklahoma; University of Oklahoma Foundation, Inc.; and Tenneco Oil Co. Without their support this work would not have been possible.
Summary of Contents
Part I - The Legal Background
Part II - Lands Allotted To The Five Civilized Tribes in Oklahoma
Fitzpatrick's Indian Title Chart with a Digest of the Laws on Alienation of the Lands of the Five Civilized Tribes
Fitzpatrick's Indian Title Chart Extended
Notes to Gholston - Rarick Extension
Statutes at Large Five Civilized Tribes 1906 - 1955
Part III - Lands Allotted Under The General Allotment Act
Key to General Allotment Charts
Indian Title Chart: Lands Allotted Under the General Allotment Act
Notes to Accompany Table of Alienability Among General Allotment Indians
Withington, W.R., Land Titles in Oklahoma Under the General Allotment Act, 30 Oklahoma Bar Association Journal 2320 (1960).
Withington, W.R., Kickapoo Titles in Oklahoma, 23 Oklahoma Bar Association Journal 1751 (1952).
Part IV - Lands Allotted Among The Osage Indians
Table of Alienability of Land Allotted Among the Osage Indians
Notes to Accompany Osage Table of Alienability
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