4 edition of Constitution and by-laws of the Catawba Indian Tribe of South Carolina found in the catalog.
Constitution and by-laws of the Catawba Indian Tribe of South Carolina
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Respondent, Catawba Indian Tribe, Inc., is a nonprofit corporation organized under the laws of South Carolina in Like the District Court and the Court of Appeals, we assume that respondent is the successor in interest of the Catawba Indian Tribe of South Carolina. (13) The term ``Termination Act'' means the Act entitled ``An Act to provide for the division of the tribal assets of the Catawba Indian Tribe of South Carolina among the members of the Tribe and for other purposes'', approved Septem (73 Stat. ; 25 U.S.C. ).
The Catawba Nation is the only federally recognized tribe in the state of South Carolina. As used in this chapter: (1) "Catawba Claim Area" means that area of approximately one hundred forty-four thousand acres in York, Lancaster, and Chester Counties claimed by the Catawba Tribe under the Treaty of Pine Tree Hill in and the Treaty of Augusta in , and surveyed by Samuel Wylie in , and ceded by the Catawba Indian Tribe to South Carolina by the Treaty of Nation Ford in
Catawba Nation, Rock Hill, SC. K likes. The Catawba Nation Longhouse serves as the administration building for the tribe. It is a place for meetings, events, and services. You can get more Followers: 5K. Catawba Indian Tribe of South Carolina Land Claims Settlement Act of - Restores and extends Federal recognition, rights, and services to the Catawba Nation (Tribe). Repeals the Termination Act (of ). (Sec. 5) Authorizes settlement appropriations. Directs the Secretary of the Interior (Secretary) to collect on behalf of the Tribe the.
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Ratified and approved in the same manner as this constitution and by-laws. BY-LAWS OF THE CATAWBA INDIAN TRIBE OF SOUTH CAROLINA ARTICLE I—DUTIES OF OFFICERS SECTION 1.
The duties of officers of the General Tribal Council shall be as follows: (a) The Chief of the Tribe shall preside at all meetings of the Gen eral Tribal Council.
Constitution and By-Laws of the Catawba Indian Tribe of South Carolina (J ). 27 Theodore Haas, Ten Years of Tribal Government Under I.R.A., United States Indian Service (January ).
28 Id. at 29 The Nation also meets the criteria in both §§ (c) and (d). In, andCongress enacted. Constitution and by-laws of the Catawba Indian Tribe of South Carolina: approved J Constitution and by-laws of the Catawba Indian tribe of South Carolina: PDF, KB: Constitution and by-laws of the Mississippi band of Choctaw Indians: PDF, KB: Constitution and by-laws of the United Keetoowah band of Cherokee Indians Oklahoma: PDF, KB.
Catawba Indian Nation - Constitution and By-Laws. Approved: Aug The tribe makes their constitution available online.
The link below will take you to the version of the constitution available on the tribe's website. CIN Constitution (pdf). Table of Contents.
This constitution and by-laws, when adopted by a majority vote of the voters of the Catawba Tribe of South Carolina, voting at a special election called by the Secretary of the Interior, in which it least 30% of those entitled to vote shall vote, shall be submitted to the Secretary of the Interior for his approval, and shall be in force from the date of such approval.
Also known as: Catawba Tribe of South Carolina Tribal Code: None Available. Tribal Constitution: At NILL website.
Table of Contents. See NILL catalog records for the constitution. Directories of Tribes and Alaska Native Villages. (NILL) How to Build a Tribal Legal History. Indian Nation Archives. Of the federally recognized tribes in the United States, the Catawba Indian Nation is the only one located in the state of South Carolina.
The modern-day tribal lands are located in York County, South Carolina. There are currently over enrolled members of the Nation. The Nation has a long history and a rich culture that lives on today. The Catawba Indian Nation/Catawba Tribe of South Carolina is the only Federally recognized tribe in South Carolina.
The Catawba Nation is primarily associated with the state of South Carolina. The Historical Marker database has pictures and inscriptions of the Catawba Indian Memorial in Fort Mill, York County, South Carolina. The Catawba Nation is the only federally recognized tribe in the state of South Carolina.
We show that we are proud of our past by embracing our culture and sharing it with others. We presently have a wide variety of programs and services available to enhance the lives of our citizens. The Catawba were recognized as a Native American tribe in and they created a written constitution in Also in South Carolina granted the Catawba and other Native American residents of the state citizenship, but not to the extent of granting them the right to vote.
Like African Americans, they were largely excluded from the franchise. The Catawba Indians are aboriginal to South Carolina, and their pottery tradition may be traced to 2, B.C. When Hernando de Soto visited the Catawba Nation (then Cofitachique) inhe found a sophisticated Mississippian Culture.
After the founding of Charleston inthe Catawba population declined/5(3). Author by: Catawba Indian Nation Languange: en Publisher by: Format Available: PDF, ePub, Mobi Total Read: 41 Total Download: File Size: 41,7 Mb Description: Consisting of lease, 29 Mayof acres in York District, South Carolina, to Samuel Steele, by the Catawba Indians, bearing the marks of the Catawba "head men and acting chiefs"; and receipt, "on account of his Indian.
State of South Carolina, et al., docketed as Civil Action No. and filed in the United States District Court for the District of South Carolina; and Catawba Indian Tribe of South Carolina v.
The United States of America, docketed as Civil Action No. L and filed in the United States Court of Federal Claims. The Catawba Indians of South Carolina Paperback – January 1, by W. Bradford (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Author: W. Bradford. Joined by other tribes, the Tuscarora War () expanded beyond North Carolina’s resources, and they called on South Carolina for assistance. While the Iroquois threatened and Virginia procrastinated, South Carolina sent a force of 30 militia with Catawba and Yamasee.
(14) The term ‘Termination Act’ means the Act entitled ‘An Act to provide for the division of the tribal assets of the Catawba Indian Tribe of South Carolina among the members of the Tribe and for other purposes’, approved Septem (73 Stat. ; 25 U.S.C. The tribe sought both possession of the lands and years of trespass damages.
The Catawba were represented by the Native American Rights Fund (NARF). All members of the United States District Court for the District of South Carolina recused themselves from the no.: Text of S. (rd): Catawba Indian Tribe of South as of (Introduced version).
(rd): Catawba Indian Tribe of South Carolina Land Claims Settlement Act of South Carolina's current constitution is a unique reflection of America's cultural and political history. It has roots dating back to the state's original colonial charter, comprising an uneasy alliance of post-Civil War history, late 19th century return to segregation, and posts liberalizing reforms.
Author by: David G. Moore Languange: en Publisher by: University of Alabama Press Format Available: PDF, ePub, Mobi Total Read: 64 Total Download: File Size: 53,8 Mb Description: Publisher Fact Sheet An excellent example of ethnohistory and archaeology combining to reveal new analyses, this well-written book uncovers the origins of the Catawba Indians of North Carolina.(4) "Executive Committee" means the body of the Catawba Indian Tribe of South Carolina composed of the Tribe's executive officers as selected by the Tribe in accordance with its constitution.
(5) "Existing Reservation" means that tract of approximately six hundred thirty acres conveyed to the State in trust for the Tribe by J.M. Doby on.The General Council resolves that residents of and visitors to the Catawba Reservation are subject to the constitution, by-laws, and resolutions of the Catawba Nation.
Authority of enforcement is vested in the Executive Committee.