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Contents Foreword by Charles Wilkinson ix Preface xv Acknowledgments xvii 1 The Road to Neah Bay 3 2 The Road to Neah Bay Begins in Chicago 8 3 The University of Chicago, the Army, and Seattle 14 4 Becoming a Lawyer 24 5 Seven Years of Lawyering in West Seattle 35 6 Creating a Law Firm 44 7 Indian Fishing Rights: Joining the Struggle 49 8 The Makahs 59 9 Recovering Lost Property: Ozette, Tatoosh, and Waadah 68 10 The Lummi Tribe 79 11 Indian Fishing Rights: Eighty Years of Suppression, Twenty Years of Confrontation 82 12 The Big Bang: U.S. v. Washington Begins 92 13 U.S. v. Washington: The Trial 100 14 U.S. v. Washington: Closing Arguments and Judge Boldt’s Decision 116 15 The U.S. Supreme Court Has the Last Word: Consequences of the Boldt Decision 127 16 The Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation 134 17 The Northern Cheyennes Fight Strip-Mining 146 18 The Northern Cheyennes and the Hollowbreast Case 159 19 The Oliphant Case: A Setback for Tribal Government 166 20 Writing about the Indian Civil Rights Act 172 21 Leaving Law for Academia 180 22 A Firm of Tribal Attorneys 191 23 Representing Fishermen of the Alaska Peninsula 198 24 The Mille Lacs Band of Chippewas 203 25 The Wanda Boswell Case 216 26 The Northern Arapaho Tribe 226 27 Photographing the Northern Cheyennes 236 28 The Makah Whale Hunt 253 29 A Life in Being 265 Notes 271 Selected Bibliography 281 Index 285 ...


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