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Constitution and by-laws of the Native Village of Tununak, Alaska

Constitution and by-laws of the Native Village of Tununak, Alaska

approved May 23, 1939.

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Published by U.S. G.P.O. in Washington [D.C.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Native Village of Tununak (Association) -- Constitution,
  • Native Village of Tununak (Association) -- By-laws,
  • Indians of North America -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Alaska

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesNative American legal materials collection -- title 2758.
    ContributionsUnited States. Bureau of Indian Affairs.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination4 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18920857M
    OCLC/WorldCa30338427

    Aleknagik Traditional Council was formed by a panel of seven members which later became the seven council members of the Tribe. The Constitution & Bylaws of the Aleknagik Traditional Council was adopted/passed on March 4, by seven members of the tribe (Miriam Olson, President - Thomas Noden, Vice President - Jane Etuckmelra, Secretary - Gusty Chythlook, . This Constitution and By-laws is hereby approved by the Acting Secretary of the Interior and submitted for acceptance or rejection by the group of Eskimos having a common bond of living together in the Village of Buckland, Alaska, in an election called and held under the instructions of the Secretary of the Interior.

    PO Box 57 Kipnuk, AK () FAX () Tribal Court: PO Box 57 Kipnuk, AK () FAX () Get this from a library! Corporate charter of the Native Village of Tununak, Alaska, approved [Native Village of Tununak (Association); .

      A Native Village In Alaska Where The Past Is Key To The Future Klukwan is home to about people, most of them from the Tlingit tribe. Once their land reached to the mountains. Today, the. We, a group of Indians having the common bond of living together in the Village of Fort Yukon, Territory of Alaska, in order to have better life and greater security, make for ourselves this Constitution and By-Laws, by authority of the Act of Congress of J , as amended by the Acts of J and May 1,


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Ratified Ap Author: United States. Department of the Interior. Bureau of Indian Affairs. P.O. Box 77 Tununak, AK FAX in the Village of Tununak, Territory of Alaska, and was on Janu, duly ratified by a vote of 28 for and 0 against, in an election in which over 30 percent of those entitled to vote cast their ballots, in accordance with the Alaska Act of May 1, (49 Stat.

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Native Village of Tununak v. State of Alaska. The Indian Child Welfare Act establishes adoptive placement preferences for placing an Indian child with a member of the child’s extended family, other members of the child’s tribe, or with other Indian families.

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Constitution and By-Laws of theNative Village of TununakAlaska() Corporate Charter of the NativeVillage of Tununak Alaska () Constitution and By-Laws of the Native Village of Tyonek Alaska (). Tununak is a small village that sits along the Southwestern coast of Alaska.

It is a small village, highly active with many subsistence activies such as, seal hunting, bird hunting of all kinds such as Geese, ptarmigans etc, and fishing in all seasons. Tununak does have high and low tides.

constitution and by-laws of the native VILLAGE OF TUNUNAK ALASKA We, a group of Eskimos having the common bond of living together in the Village of Tununak, Territory of Alaska, in order to have better life and greater security, make for ourselves this Constitution and By-laws, by authority of the act of Congress of Jas amended by the acts of.

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In the s, the movement for Alaska statehood was gaining momentum within the territory, but stymied by opposition from Lower 48 commercial interests and some members of statehood proponents felt that a well-written constitution would help advance the cause in Washington, D.C.

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This Constitution and By-laws shall be in effect when it is agreed to by a majority vote of the Community members voting in an election called for the purpose by the Secretary of the Interior, provided that at least 30 per cent of the voting membership take part.

The persons entitled to vote are all the adult native residents in the Town of Nome. The Constitution of the State of Alaska by Alaska (Creator) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important?

ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. The 13 .gether in the Village of Unalakleet, Territory of Alaska, in order to have better life and greater security, make for ourselves this Constitution and By-laws, by authority of the Act of Congress of J as amended bv the Acts of J and May 1, ARTICLE 1—NAME This organization shall be called the "Native Village of.Whereas, a group of Eskimos having a common bond of living together in Tununak, Territory of Alaska, seek to organize under Sections 16 and 17 of the Act of Jand Section 1 of the Act of May 1, by adoption of a constitution and by-laws and a charter approved by the Secretary of the Interior.