Shoshone showdown

Solnit, Rebecca
September 1991
Earth Island Journal;Fall91, Vol. 6 Issue 4, p24
Focuses on the land title dispute between the United States federal government and the Shoshoni Indians Mary and Carrie Dann concerning ancestral land rights in Nevada. Trespassing charges; Background of the case; Settlement offered by the government to the Shoshoni Indians.


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