NEWE SOGOBIA: Western Shoshone Homeland

Ortiz, Beverly R.
January 2003
News from Native California;Winter2002/2003, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p12
Presents information on problems regarding the Treaty of Peace and Friendship signed by the Western Shoshone Indians with the U.S. Terms of the treaty; Ruling of the U.S. Supreme Court on a case regarding a land claim distribution for Newe Sogobia, filed by Western Shoshone Indians; Details on the Western Shoshone Claims Distribution Act sponsored by Nevada Senator Harry Reid.


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