With Reservations, Tribes Don't Hold Title

Stephen Greetham

Stephen Greetham serves as attorney for the Chickasaw Nation and works closely with the Choctaws. An expert on federal indian law as well as state law, he describes the legal landscape pertaining to the five so-called civilized tribes and Choctaw and Chickasaw law.


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