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Constitution and bylaws of the Lower Sioux Indian Community in Minnesota

Constitution and bylaws of the Lower Sioux Indian Community in Minnesota

approved June 11, 1936.

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Published by U.S. G.P.O. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lower Sioux Indian Community (Minn.) -- Constitution,
  • Lower Sioux Indian Community (Minn.) -- By-laws,
  • Dakota Indians -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Minnesota,
  • Indians of North America -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Minnesota

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesNative American legal materials collection -- title 2445.
    ContributionsUnited States. Office of Indian Affairs.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination11 p.
    Number of Pages11
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18920324M
    OCLC/WorldCa29987121

    Constitution and Bylaws of the Lower Sioux Indian Community in Minnesota __ Full text of the Constitution and Bylaws of the Lower Sioux Community as approved in Sioux Indians ___Location, name and affiliation, population, language and history are covered here in this online version of a encyclopedic article. Highlighted words. If your tribe would like to participate in this online resource, please visit our Access to Tribal Law Project.. Get Help Drafting Tribal Law. Tribal Law Drafting Guide. Tribal legal assistance: The Native American Rights Fund (NARF) may be able to provide assistance with drafting tribal law. Contact NARF to .

    Prairie Island Tribal Court Sturgeon Lake Road Welch, Minnesota Fax: The Court consists of a Chief Judge, an Appellate Court, a Clerk of Court, Guardian ad Litem, and a Probation Officer. According to the Judicial Code of the Prairie Island Indian Community there are no Ex Parte communications allowed. Revised Constitution and Bylaws of the Minnesota Chippewa Tribe • Ordinance #4 - Residential Treatment Center, January , • Ordinance #5 - Minnesota State Tax, June 7, • Ordinance #6 - Waiving Sovereign Immunity, July Indian Land Consolidation Act, April ,

    Corporate Charter of the Lower Sioux Indian Community in the State of Minnesota, § 5(i). The Community's constitution does not contain a "sue and be sued" clause. The Community has a tribal court that operates in accordance with the Lower Sioux Indian Community in Minnesota Judicial Code. Upper Sioux Community Pezihutazizi Oyate. Travers Lane PO Box Granite Falls, MN


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Constitution and bylaws of the Lower Sioux Indian Community in Minnesota Download PDF EPUB FB2

Constitution. We, the Minnesota Mdewakanton Sioux residing on the Lower Sioux Reservation under the Pipestone jurisdiction in the State of Minnesota, in order to form a more perfect union, develop our natural resources, insure our domestic tranquility, promote the general welfare, to enjoy certain rights of home rule, to provide education in schools of higher learning including vocational, trade, high schools.

CONSTITUTION AND BYLAWS OP THE LOWER SIOUX INDIAN COMMUNITY IN MINNESOTA PREAMBLE We, the Minnesota Mdewakanton Sioux residing on the Lower Sioux Reservation under the Pipestone jurisdiction in the State of Minnesota, in order to form a more perfect union, develop our natural resources, insure our domestic tranquility, promote the gen­File Size: KB.

Constitution and bylaws of the Lower Sioux Indian Community in Minnesota: approved J Lower Sioux Indian Community in the State of Minnesota. ; United States. Office of Indian Affairs. Membership in the Lower Sioux Indian Community in the State of Minnesota shall consist of the following: (a) The bona fide Indian residents of the Lower Sioux Reservation whose names appear on, or are entitled to appear on the official census roll of the Minnesota Mdewakanton Sioux Indians as of April 1,with the official supplement thereto of January 1, Constitution of the Lower Sioux Indian Community in Minnesota.

Date: Disclaimer: Although every effort is made to present current and accurate information, if you need an official version of the tribe’s laws, please contact the tribe.

To contact the Lower Sioux Indian Community, visit the. This Constitution and Bylaws, when ratified by a majority of the qualified voters of the Minnesota Mdewakanton Sioux residing on the Lower Sioux Indian Reservation, voting at a special election called for the purpose by the Secretary of the Interior, provided that at least 30 percent of those entitled to vote shall vote in such election, shall be submitted to the Secretary of the Interior, and if approved.

THE LOWER SIOUX INDIAN COMMUITY'S HONORING LITTLE CROW WITH HEALTHY AND INDIGENOUS FOODS INITIATIVE WHEREAS, The Lower Sioux Indian Community is a duly organized and federally recognized Indian Tribe under 25 U.S.C.

§and is governed by the terms of a Constitution and Bylaws originally adopted by the Community Members on May. WHEREAS, pursuant to said Constitution and Bylaws, the Community Council of the Lower Sioux Indian Reservation (“Community Council”) is the governing body of the Lower Sioux Indian Community; and.

WHEREAS, the Community Council has the authority, as enumerated in ARTICLE V-POWERS. Genre/Form: Constitution: Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Lower Sioux Indian Community in the State of Minnesota.

Five Community Council Members are the governing body of the reservation whom act under the authority granted to them in the Constitution of the Lower Sioux Indian Community in Minnesota. It is the Council's responsibility to exercise the powers set forth in the Constitution to regulate the community with the health and well-being of all.

United States Office of Indian Affairs: Constitution and bylaws of the Lower Sioux Indian Community in Minnesota: approved J / (Washington: U.S. Govt. Print.

Off., ), also by Lower Sioux Indian Community in the State of Minnesota (page images at HathiTrust). Lower Sioux Indian Community P.O. Box Reservation Highway I Morton, MN pursuant to said Constitution and Bylaws, the Community Council is the governing body of the Lower Sioux Indian Community; and American Indian/Native Alaska people in Minnesota.

Minnesota Chippewa Tribe Constitution and Bylaws – Consists of the Chippewa Indians of the White Earth, Leech Lake, Fond du Lac, Bois Forte (Nett Lake), and Grand Portage Reservations and the Nonremoval Mille Lacs Band of Chippewa Indians; Lower Sioux Indian Community Constitution; Prairie Island Indian Community Constitution and By-Laws.

The Lower Sioux Indian Community (LSIC) is a federally recognized tribe located in Redwood County, southwest Minnesota, approximately two miles south of Morton. Mni Sota (Minnesota) is a Dakota word and loosely translates to, where the waters reflect the sky and is the original homelands of the eastern bands of Dakota people.

The Lower Sioux Indian Reservation, (Dakota: Cansa'yapi; Lakota: Čhaŋšáyapi) also known as the Mdewakanton Tribal Reservation, is an Indian reservation located along the southern bank of the Minnesota River in Paxton and Sherman townships in Redwood County, administrative headquarters is two miles south of reservation is located southeast of Redwood Falls, the.

National Indian Law Library Catalog Suggested subject search: Lower Sioux Indian Community in the State of Minnesota. LLMC Digital The version of the Constitution and Bylaws of the Lower Sioux Indian Community as well as the Corporate Charter (as ratified in ) are available on LLMC Digital (search LLMC catalog by subject, Lower Sioux Author: Vicente Garces.

REVISED CONSTITUTION AND BYLAWS OFTHE MINNESOTA CHIPPEWA TRIBE, MINNESOTA PREAMBLE We, the Minnesota Chippewa Tribe, consisting ofthe Chippewa Indians ofthe White Earth, Leech Lake, All children of Minnesota Chippewa Indian blood born between Apthe date of the annuity roll, and July 3, the date ofapproval ofthe membership File Size: KB.

bureau of indian affairs + constitution and bylaws of the crow creek sioux tribe of fort thompson, •, south dakota. • approved ap united states government printing office washington: Tribal Directory for the Lower Sioux Indian Community near Morton, Minnesota.

CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS OF THE PRAIRIE ISLAND. INDIAN COMMUNITY IN MINNESOTA. PREAMBLE. We, the Minnesota Mdewakanton Sioux residing on the Prairie Island Reservation under the Pipestone jurisdiction in the State of Minnesota, in order to form a more perfect union, develop our natural resources, insure our domesticFile Size: KB.

Lower Sioux Indian Community in the State of Minnesota. Website; Constitution with Amendments; Ordinances; Corporate Charter () Constitution and Bylaws () Land cessions; Minnesota Chippewa Tribe. Website; Revised Constitution and Bylaws of the Minnesota Chippewa Tribe, Minnesota () (links to the National Indian Law Library).I, Roger Ernst, Assistant Secretary of the Interior of the United States of America, by virtue of the authority granted me by the Act of J (48 Stat.

), as amended, do hereby approve the attached amended Constitution and Bylaws of the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe of the Lower Brule Indian Reservation, South Dakota, as adopted by the.CONSTITUTION AND BYLAWS OF THE PRAIRIE ISLAND INDIAN COMMUNITY IN MINNESOTA PREAMBLE We, the Minnesota Mdewakanton Sioux residing on the Prairie Island Reservation under the Pipestone jurisdiction in the State of Minnesota, in order to form a more perfect union, develop our nat­ ural resources, insure our domestic tranquillity, promote the general.