American Indian Landowners, Leasemen, and Bureaucrats Property, Paper, and the Poli- Technics of Dispossession in Southwestern Oklahoma

Article uses archival and ethnographic evidence to examine land tenure within a southwestern Oklahoma county; examines how the system created to protect the rights of Indigenous landowners actually functions to redirect access to the land, to the economic benefit of non-Indigenous ranchers and farmers.
Tony N. VanWinkle
Jack R. Friedman
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American Indian Quarterly, vol. 42, no. 4, Fall, 2018, pp. 508-533
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Articles -- Scholarly, peer reviewed
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