Constitution and by-laws of the Native Village of Kivalina

ratified February 7, 1940 by Native Village of Kivalina (Association)

Publisher: U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington

Written in English
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  • Native Village of Kivalina (Association),
  • Indians of North America -- Alaska -- Tribal government
  • Edition Notes

    At head of title: United States. Department of the Interior. Office of Indian Affairs

    ContributionsUnited States. Office of Indian Affairs
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 l., 4 p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17091731M
    LC Control Number41051345

Constitution of the Native Village of Kivalina 1v. [S.I.: s.n.], Constitution of the Native Village of Kokhanok, Alaska Traditional Constitution & By-Laws of the Native Village of Kalskag, Alaska 1v. [S.I.: s.n.], Text Book of Masonic Jurisprudence; Illustrating the Written and Unwritten Laws of Freemasonry. In Native Village of Kivalina v. ExxonMobil Corp., the Alaskan shore village of Kivalina sued a group of energy companies operating in the region, alleging that their greenhouse gas emissions were causing polar ice to melt, sea levels to rise and the shoreline land of the village to erode at a rapid pace. .   Climate Change Litigation Accelerates As New Decisions Build Book of Case Law Say Pillsbury Attorneys in Native Village of Kivalina the decision in Kivalina . Andreafski Tribal Council Bethel Agency George Beans Sr., President P.O. Box St. Mary's, AK Tel# () , Fax# ; Angoon Community Association.

U.S. Constitution, the Alaska Constitution also does not wholly and indivisibly vest the legislature with exclusive authority to regulate GHG emissions. Moreover, the fact that Our Children's complaint regarding GHG emissions arises from a constitutional public trust claim further militates against barring. Title Native Village of Tanacross (Association). Constitution and bylaws of the Native Village of Tanacross [microform]: ratified January 5, Washington [D.C.]: U.S. G.P.O., 4 leaves ; 27 cm. OCLC # = | View full record Title Native Village of Tanacross (Association). Corporate charter of the Native Village of Tanacross [microform]: ratified January 5, Holikachuk (also Innoko, Organized Village of Grayling, Innoka-khotana, Tlëgon-khotana) are a Yupikized Alaska Native Athabaskan people of the Athabaskan-speaking ethnolinguistic group to western native territory includes the area surrounding the middle and upper Innoko in they moved to Grayling on the Yukon River. See, e.g., Native Vill. of Kivalina v. ExxonMobil Corp., F.3d (9th Cir. ). The Native Village of Kivalina and City of Kivalina alleged that “fossil fuel emissions by various energy-related multi-national companies had resulted in global warming, severely eroding the land where the City of Kivalina.

Kivalina, a native community located on an Alaskan barrier island, filed a lawsuit (Complaint) in a California district court against The AES Corporation, a Virginia-based energy company, and numerous other defendants for allegedly damaging the community by causing global warming through emission of greenhouse gases. Steadfast Insurance, which provided commercial general liability (CGL) to AES. Membership is obtained by living in the villages. When the Constitution and by-laws are prepared they will be sent to the villages to be accepted or changed. A representative from each of the 12 villages will be chosen by the village people.

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Get this from a library. Constitution and by-laws of the Native Village of Kivalina: ratified February 7, [Native Village of Kivalina.; United States. Office of Indian Affairs.]. Kivalina v. ExxonMobil Corp., No. cv (N.D. Cal.), is a lawsuit filed on Februin a United States district suit, based on the common law theory of nuisance, claims monetary damages from the energy industry for the destruction of Kivalina, Alaska by flooding caused by climate damage estimates made by the U.S.

Army Corps of Engineers and the Government Judge sitting: Saundra Brown Armstrong. Get this from a library. Constitution and by-laws of the Native Village of Kivalina: ratified February 7, [Native Village of Kivalina.; Law Library Microform Consortium.; États.

constitution and by-laws of the native VILLAGE OF KIVALINA We, a group of Eskimos having the common bond of living together in the Village of Kivalina, 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 J as amended by the acts.

CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS OF THE NATIVE VILLAGE OF KIVALINA We, a group of Eskimos having the common bond of living together in the Village of Kivalina, 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 J, as amended.

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a federal corporation chartered under the act of jas amended by the act of may 1, Constitution and by-laws of the Native village of Shungnak Alaska: PDF, KB: Constitution and by-laws of the Native village of Buckland Alaska: PDF, KB: Constitution and by-laws of the Native village of Perryville Alaska: PDF, KB.

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Contact NARF to. CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS OF THE ANGOON COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION PREAMBLE We, the Indians having a common bond of residence in the neighbor­ hood of Angoon, Territory of Alaska, do ordain and establish this constitution and by-laws in accordance with and by authority of, the Acts of Congress of J (48 Stat.

), and May 1,   Constitution and By-Laws of the Native Village of Kivalina () Corporate Charter of the Native Village of Kivalina () Constitution and By-Laws of the Klawock Cooperative Association Alaska (). Kivalina, Native Village of_ draft Klawock Cooperative Association_ Klawock Copperative Association - Chippewa and Dakota Indians [microform]: a subject catalog of books, pamphlets, periodical articles, and manuscripts in the Minnesota Historical Society.

Title Native Village of Kivalina (Association). Constitution and by-laws of the Native Village of Kivalina [microform]: ratified February 7, Constitution and by-laws of. Plaintiff Native Village of Kivalina is a self-governing, federally recognized Tribe established pursuant to the provisions of the Indian Reorganization Act of and amended in The Native Village of Kivalina’s Constitution and By-Laws were first ratified in The Native Village of Kivalina owns property and structures in Kivalina.

Constitution and by-laws of the Native Village of Point Hope, Alaska ratified Febru by. 48 Want to read; 32 Currently reading; Published by U.S. G.P.O. in Washington [D.C.]. Written in English. Subjects. Native Village of Kivalina v ExxonMobil, et al., US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit - [PDF] Plaintiffs-Appellants' Petition for Rehearing En Banc, 4 Oct - [PDF] Opinion of Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, 21 Sep Native Village of Kivalina v ExxonMobil, et al., US District Court, Northern District of California.

The Native Village of Kivalina and the City of Kivalina (collectively "Kivalina") appeal the district court’s dismissal of their action for damages against multiple oil, energy, and utility.

This list is subject to change. A number of the tribes which have accepted the act have not yet adopted constitutions of charters. Any Oklahoma tribe or Alaska village may organize at any time. Native Village of Kivalina IRA Council v.

Environmental Protection Agency Environmental groups were foreclosed from challenging agency's responses to public comments about waste-water discharge. CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS OF THE ORGANIZED VILLAGE OF KASAAN PREAMBLE We, the Indians having a common bond of residence in the neigh­ borhood of Kasaan, Territory of Alaska, do ordain and establish this Constitution and By-laws in accordance with, and by authority of, the Acts of Congress of J (48 Stat.

), and May 1. Structuring Sovereignty: Constitutions of Native Nations, part of the Tribal Legal Studies Textbook Series, is designed to serve as a guide to communities engaged in the process of drafting a constitution and to students who are studying that any nation, Indigenous or non-Indigenous, drafting and adopting a constitution is more than a legal process.

The Metlakatla Indian Community (MIC) is located on Annette Islands, it is the only Indian Reserve in the State of Alaska. The Reserve is 20 miles south of Ketchikan, Alaska and typically reached by seaplane, boat or ferry. The economy of Metlakatla is principally tied to fishing, seafood processing, services, tourism and forest products.

The book’s organization captures both the bird’s-eye view of the subject and offers an easy reference guide when the professional needs to understand a distinct legal concept.

The areas covered range from professional concerns such as the First Amendment, cameras in the courtroom, Sunshine laws, and access to government documents to general. Constitution and By-laws of the Native Village of Kivalina. Ratified February 7, 1 v.

Washington, U.S. Govt. print. off., Constitution and By-laws of the Native Village of Perryville, Alaska, ratified September 1, Mo., Democrat steam printing house and book bindery, Laws of the Choctaw nation, passed at the.

Constitution and by-laws of the Native Village of Kivalina (Title ) Constitution and by-laws of the Native Village of Kotzebue, Alaska (Title ) Constitution and by-laws of the Native Village of Koyuk (Title ).

attached Constitution and By-laws of the Thlopthlocco Tribal Town of Oklahoma. All officers and employees of the Interior Department are ordered to abide by the provisions of the said Constitution and By-laws.

Approval recommended Novem JOHN COLLIER, Commissioner of Indian Affairs. OSCAR L. CHAPMAN, Assistant Secretary of the Interior.

Lizzy Hawley, center, and her sister Ella Hawley, right, live in Kivalina, Alaska. An estimated one in three Native people live in what the Census Bureau considers ‘hard-to-count’ areas. constitution and by-laws of the native village of venetie, alaska - ratified janu united states department of the interior, office of indian affairs.

published: ; bookseller: vintage-books. Kivalina is an Eskimo village founded in by the Federal Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA).

According to the Alaska native corporation NANA, "the original permanent settlement known as Kivalina. Daniel H.

Caswell, Sr., a native of Harrison residing in Texas with a summer home near Crystal Lake, gave a parcel of land in the village and contributed $1, toward the total $3, cost of the building, with the condition that the “building might bear the name of the donor, as a tribute of honor to his generous character.”.

Constitutions -- Native Village of Kivalina. Constitution and by-laws of the Native Village of Kivalina [electronic resource]: ratified February 7, Washington: U.S.

G.P.O., INTERNET. Click here to view the Full Catalog Record back to top Constitutions -- Native Village of Kotzebue. The Native Village of Barrow Inupiat Traditional Government (previously, Native Village of Barrow) is a U.S. federally recognized Alaska Native Iñupiat "tribal entity", as listed by the Bureau of Indian Affairs circa Located in Utqiaġvik, Alaska, it is part of the North Slope constitution and by-laws of the native village were established in under the Indian.AlJTHORITIES PRINCIP ALLY RELIED lJPON Alaska Constitution Article VIII, Section 2 The legislature shall provide for the utilization, development, and conservation of.The native Alaskans who have called the isolated village of Kivalina home for generations claimed that the global collective emissions created by those companies contributed to a significant portion of the sea level rise that is causing their community to vanish into the ocean.