4 edition of Establishment of roadless and wild areas on Indian reservations found in the catalog.
Establishment of roadless and wild areas on Indian reservations
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Office of Indian Affairs in Washington
Written in English
Microfiche. Honolulu : Law Library Microform Consortium, 1990. 1 microfiche : negative. (Nat. Amer. leg. mat. coll. ; title 3474).
|Series||Native American legal materials collection -- title 3474.|
|Contributions||United States. Office of Indian Affairs.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3, 16 p.|
|Number of Pages||16|
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ESTABLISHMENT OF ROADLESS AND WILD AREAS ON INDIAN RESERVATIONS; 25 CFR Part - ESTABLISHMENT OF ROADLESS AND WILD AREAS ON INDIAN RESERVATIONS. CFR ; prev next § Definition of roadless area.
§ Roads prohibited. Cross Reference: For general regulations pertaining to the construction of roads. Get this from a library. Establishment of roadless and wild areas on Indian reservations. [United States. Office of Indian Affairs.;]. part - establishment of roadless and wild areas on indian reservations.
cross reference: For general regulations pertaining to the construction of roads, see part of this chapter. A roadless area has been defined as one which contains no provision for the passage of motorized transportation and which is at leastacres in extent.
Under this definition the Secretary of the Interior ordered (3 FRMar. 22, ) certain roadless areas established on Indian reservations. The following is the only presently. All Titles Title 25 Chapter I Part - ESTABLISHMENT OF ROADLESS AND WILD AREAS ON INDIAN RESERVATIONS View all text of Part [§ - § ] §.
The total land area is ~ million acres (3, square miles or 8, km²), and the land and water area is 3, sq mi (9, km²). The Wind River Indian Reservation is the seventh-largest Indian reservation in the United States by area, and the fifth-largest American Indian reservation.
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While serving as chief forester of the Indian Office in the s, Bob Marshall designed a federal policy to pre serve the Wilderness character Of 16 scenic areas on a dozen Indian reservations without tribal consultation or consent.
Reservation be withdrawn. The Mission Mountains Roadless area was declassified in the Federal Register in During the early s, the Bureau of Indian Affairs’ Flathead Agency proposed to log portions of the remaining roadless area on the western front of the Mission Range on behalf of the Tribes.
The proposal, as well as other. Tacre wild area is the largest roadless area in Pennsylvania, but visitors can view some of the state's most mature pine forests along eight named hiking trails, which follow old railroads used for logging in past centuries.
A roadless area has been defined as one which contains no provision for the passage of motorized transportation and which is at leastacres in extent. Under this definition the Secretary of the Interior ordered (3 FRMar.
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Title Establishment of roadless and wild areas on Indian reservations [microform]. Washington: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Office of Indian Affairs, 3, 16 p. OCLC # = | View full record. Title United States.
Bureau of Indian Affairs. Famous Indians [microform]: a collection of short biographies. Bureau of Indian Affairs, Establishment of Roadless and Wild Areas on Indian Reservations; Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes.
Mission Mountains Tribal Wilderness Case Studies: and Dawson, C. and Hendee, J. Wilderness Management: Stewardship and Protection of Resources and Values, Fourth Edition. Golden CO: Fulcrum. It encompasses about million acres, making it roughly the same size as the national park, with an ,acre roadless area in the Wind River Mountain Range established in the s.
taste. For historians, the book offers little on Oberholtzer’s conservation activism after the Shipstead-Nolan Act ofslighting his role in the battle to prohibit airplane ﬂights over the roadless areas in the late s and his con-tributions to the national campaign for the Wilderness Act of Oberholtzer was an important.The White Earth Indian Reservation (Ojibwe: Gaa-waabaabiganikaag, lit.
"Where there is an abundance of white clay") is the home to the White Earth Band, located in northwestern is the largest Indian reservation in that state by land area.
The reservation includes all of Mahnomen County, plus parts of Becker and Clearwater counties in the northwest part of the state, along the Wild. Tiller, Veronica E. Velarde., American Indian Reservations and Trust Areas.
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