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Healthcare & Education: 1987-2000
|Title:||Healthcare & Education: 1987-2000|
|Authors:||Hee, Wendy Roylo. Office of Hawaiian Affairs. Planning and Development Officer.|
Taylor, Peter S. United States Senate Select Committee on Indian Affairs. Staff Attorney.
Mahsetky, Michael. United States Senate Select Committee on Indian Affairs. Staff Attorney.
|LC Subject Headings:||Hawaiians--Legal status, laws, etc|
Indians of North America--Legal status, laws, etc
Hawaiian Homes Commission
Trusts and trustees
|Source:||Native Hawaiian Issues, Box 9, Folder 1|
|Description:||NOT OCRed. This folder contains various materials on Native Hawaiian, or Native American related legislation or issues, and the status of Native Hawaiians in the United States. This folder also holds various papers arguing why the U.S. should give Native Hawaiians the same status as Native Americans, along with the same benefits as Native Americans, and also to analyze federal juridsiction over claims of Native Hawaiians to enforce rights under various legislation, such as the Hawaiian Homes Commission Act of 1920. The papers include facts, or related legislation on how Hawai'i qualifies for recognition as a federally recognized Indian tribe, they also look at Hawaiian history, the history of dependency of Hawai'i on the U.S., the trust relationship between Native Hawaiians & the federal government and redress, or recommendations to deal with related issues.|
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