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Hopi Sand Painting
Hopi Sand Painting 1901-1903
Source: Fieldiana: Anthropology,
Volume 3, Pl.XLII. 
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This guide covers federal, tribal, and
state (primarily Minnesota) law-related resources

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Secondary sources
Books, articles, and current awareness sources

Primary sources
Treaties, case law, statutes and agency rules,
and decisions

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Associations, Institutes, Centers


Accessing Databases: access to some databases may be restricted to members affiliated with the U of M Law School or the U of M Twin Cities campus. Please see our Databases Directory for further information on access privileges.

 

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