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Code of Federal Regulations, Title 25, Indians, Pt. 1-299, Revised as of April 1, 2014

Title:
Code of Federal Regulations, Title 25, Indians, Pt. 1-299, Revised as of April 1, 2014
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9780160923555
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Updated -- New edition avaialble for preorder:  Year 2016- 25 CFR Parts 1-299 can be found here: https://bookstore.gpo.gov/products/sku/869-084-00084-1

Current Year 2015 -- 25 CFR Parts 1-299 can be found here: https://bookstore.gpo.gov/products/sku/869-082-00084-8

This volume of Title 25 of the Code of Federal Regulations covers regulations relating to employment, education, financial activities, tribal government, land acquisitions and reservations, and energy and minerals as it relates to tribal organizations. Some of the tribal organizations covered within this volume include the Osage Indians, various River Indian groups, Alaska Indians, Navajo Indians, and more.

Table of Contents

CHAPTER I—Bureau of Indian Affairs, Department of the Interior.......................... 1

SUBCHAPTER A—PROCEDURES AND PRACTICE
1 Applicability of rules of the Bureau of Indian Affairs...................................................................... 9
2 Appeals from administrative actions ...................... 10
5 Preference in employment ...................................... 16

SUBCHAPTER B—LAW AND ORDER
10 Indian country detention facilities and programs .. 17
11 Courts of Indian offenses and law and order code ... 19
12 Indian country law enforcement ............................. 58
13 Tribal reassumption of jurisdiction over child custody proceedings .................................................. 63

SUBCHAPTER C—PROBATE
15 Probate of Indian estates, except for members of the Osage Nation and the Five Civilized Tribes ... 67
16 Estates of Indians of the Five Civilized Tribes ....... 76
17 Action on wills of Osage Indians ............................. 79
18 Tribal probate codes ................................................ 81

SUBCHAPTER D—HUMAN SERVICES
20 Financial assistance and social services programs 86
23 Indian Child Welfare Act ......................................... 107
26 Job placement and training program ...................... 127

SUBCHAPTER E—EDUCATION
30 Adequate yearly progress ........................................ 134
31 Federal schools for Indians ..................................... 140
32 Indian education policies ........................................ 141
33 Transfer of Indian education functions ................... 146
36 Minimum academic standards for the basic education of Indian children and national criteria for dormitory situations ...................................... 148
37 Geographic boundaries ............................................ 168
38 Education personnel ................................................ 170
39 The Indian school equalization program ................. 184
40 Administration of educational loans, grants and other assistance for higher education .................. 209
41 Grants to tribally controlled community colleges and Navajo Community College ........................... 210
42 Student rights ......................................................... 220
43 Maintenance and control of student records in Bureau schools .......................................................... 223
44 Grants under the Tribally Controlled Schools Act 229
46 Adult Education Program ....................................... 231
47 Uniform direct funding and support for Bureau-operated schools ....................................................... 233

SUBCHAPTER F—TRIBAL GOVERNMENT
61 Preparation of rolls of Indians ................................ 237
62 Enrollment appeals ................................................. 248
63 Indian child protection and family violence prevention ................................................................. 251
67 Preparation of a roll of independent Seminole Indians of Florida ....................................................... 260
75 Revision of the membership roll of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, North Carolina ........... 264
81 Tribal reorganization under a Federal statute ....... 269
82 Petitioning procedures for tribes reorganized under Federal statute and other organized tribes .......... 277
83 Procedures for establishing that an American Indian group exists as an Indian tribe ..................... 280
84 Encumbrances of tribal land—Contract approvals .. 294
87 Use or distribution of Indian judgment funds ......... 296

Audience

Students may be able to use this CFR volume as research to report on various aspects of Indian life in America and Federal monies available to support Indian tribal organizations and people.

Product Details

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Publisher:
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Year/Pages:
2014: 978 p.
Weight:
2.375
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Cover:
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Item available Date:
04/22/2014
Last Status Update:
07/01/2015
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