The Resource In the Senate of the United States. December 14, 1870. -- Ordered to be printed. Mr. Carpenter, from the Committee on the Judiciary, submitted the following report. The Committee on the Judiciary, who were instructed by resolution of the Senate, of April 7, 1870, "to inquire into and report to the Senate the effect of the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution upon the Indian tribes of the country; and whether by the provisions thereof the Indians are not citizens of the United States, and whether thereby the various treaties heretofore existing between the United States and the various Indian tribes are, or are not annulled," respectfully report..., (electronic resource)

In the Senate of the United States. December 14, 1870. -- Ordered to be printed. Mr. Carpenter, from the Committee on the Judiciary, submitted the following report. The Committee on the Judiciary, who were instructed by resolution of the Senate, of April 7, 1870, "to inquire into and report to the Senate the effect of the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution upon the Indian tribes of the country; and whether by the provisions thereof the Indians are not citizens of the United States, and whether thereby the various treaties heretofore existing between the United States and the various Indian tribes are, or are not annulled," respectfully report..., (electronic resource)

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In the Senate of the United States. December 14, 1870. -- Ordered to be printed. Mr. Carpenter, from the Committee on the Judiciary, submitted the following report. The Committee on the Judiciary, who were instructed by resolution of the Senate, of April 7, 1870, "to inquire into and report to the Senate the effect of the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution upon the Indian tribes of the country; and whether by the provisions thereof the Indians are not citizens of the United States, and whether thereby the various treaties heretofore existing between the United States and the various Indian tribes are, or are not annulled," respectfully report...
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In the Senate of the United States. December 14, 1870. -- Ordered to be printed. Mr. Carpenter, from the Committee on the Judiciary, submitted the following report. The Committee on the Judiciary, who were instructed by resolution of the Senate, of April 7, 1870, "to inquire into and report to the Senate the effect of the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution upon the Indian tribes of the country; and whether by the provisions thereof the Indians are not citizens of the United States, and whether thereby the various treaties heretofore existing between the United States and the various Indian tribes are, or are not annulled," respectfully report...
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United States
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1824-1881.
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Carpenter, Matthew Hale
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  • United States congressional serial set;
  • Senate report / 41st Congress, 3rd session. Senate
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  • serial set no. 1443
  • no. 268
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  • 14th Amendment (U.S. Constitution)
  • Citizenship
  • Constitutional amendments
  • Federal-Indian relations
  • History
  • Indian treaties
  • Jurisdiction
  • Sovereignty
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In the Senate of the United States. December 14, 1870. -- Ordered to be printed. Mr. Carpenter, from the Committee on the Judiciary, submitted the following report. The Committee on the Judiciary, who were instructed by resolution of the Senate, of April 7, 1870, "to inquire into and report to the Senate the effect of the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution upon the Indian tribes of the country; and whether by the provisions thereof the Indians are not citizens of the United States, and whether thereby the various treaties heretofore existing between the United States and the various Indian tribes are, or are not annulled," respectfully report..., (electronic resource)
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In the Senate of the United States. December 14, 1870. -- Ordered to be printed. Mr. Carpenter, from the Committee on the Judiciary, submitted the following report. The Committee on the Judiciary, who were instructed by resolution of the Senate, of April 7, 1870, "to inquire into and report to the Senate the effect of the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution upon the Indian tribes of the country; and whether by the provisions thereof the Indians are not citizens of the United States, and whether thereby the various treaties heretofore existing between the United States and the various Indian tribes are, or are not annulled," respectfully report..., (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Title taken from opening lines of text
Color
multicolored
Control code
NB00000042050
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
11 p
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(Readex)1098F00A39B214A0
Terms governing use
© 2007 by NewsBank, Inc. All rights reserved

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