Selected Bibliography

Aldrich, Alexander. 1982. Letter to John R. Block, G-O Road File, Headquarters, Six Rivers National Forest, January 29.

American Indian Lawyer Training Program. 1988. Indian Tribes as Sovereign Governments. Oakland, CA: American Indian Resources Institute.

Anderson, George E., W. H. Ellison, and Robert F. Heizer. 1978. Treating Making and Treaty Rejection by the Federal Government in California, 1850-1852. Socorro, NM: Ballena Press.

Boyles, Kristen L. 1991. "Note: Saving Sacred Sites: The 1989 Proposed Amendment to the American Indian Religious Freedom Act," Cornell Law Review, 76:1117-1148, July.

Cempa, Joe. 1988. "Native Americans Suffer Defeat in Court: G-O Road Clears Hurdle," Northwest View, May, pp. 6-13.

Chandler, Russell. 1985. "Foresters, Indians Clash Over Fate fo Sacred Ground: Paved Logging Road on U.S Land Called Threat to Freedom of Religion,"  Los Angeles Times, August 25.

Dale, Robert Y. 1992. "The Gasquet to Oreleans Road: A Case Study in Forest Service Decision-Making." MS Thesis. Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA.

DeLoria, Vine, Jr. 1992. "Trouble in High Places: Erosion of American Indian Rights to Religious Freedom in the United States" in M. Annette Jaimes, ed., The State of Native America: Genocide, Colonization, and Resistance. Boston: South End Press, pp. 267-290.

Federal Agencies Task Force. 1979. American Indian Religious Freedom Act Report, quoted in Brief of Amici Curiae (National Congress of American Indians, Association on American Indian Affairs, the Karuk Tribe of California, the Tolowa Nation, the Hoopa Tribe of California, the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes of Montana, the Kootenai Tribe of Idaho and The Tunica-Biloxi Tribe of Louisiana) in Support of Respondents, in Lyng v. Northwest Indian Cemetery Protective Association. 1987.

Gardner, Jerry, and Ada Pecos Melton. "Public Law 280: Issues and Concerns for Victims of Crimes in Indian Country," Tribal Court Clearinghouse, Tribal Law Policy Institute.

Gordon, Sarah B. 1985. "Note: Indian Religious Freedom and Government Development of Public Lands," Yale Law Journal, 94:1447-1470, May.

Heizer, Robert F. 1973. The Eighteen Unratified Treaties of 1851-1852 Between the Indians of California and the United States. Berkeley, CA: Archaeological Research Facility.

Herz, Richard. 1993. "Note: Legal Protection for Indigenous Cultures: Sacred Sites and Communal Rights," Virginia Law Review, 79:691:717, April.

Holt, H. Barry. 1985. "Comment: Archeological Preservation on Indian Lands: Conflicts and Dilemmas in Applying the National Historic Preservation Act," Environmental Law, 15: 413-452, Winter.

Idelman, Scott C. 1993. "Note: The Role of Religious Values in Judicial Decision Making," ndiana Law Journal, 68: 433-488, Spring.

Joe, Jennie R. 1986. "American Indian Policy and Cultural Values: Conflict and Accommodation." Los Angeles: American Indian Studies Center, University of California, Los Angeles.

Lupu, Ira C. 1989. "Where Rights Begin: The Problem of Burdens on the Free Exercise of Religion," Harvard Law Review, 102: 933-991, March.

Michaelsen, Robert S. 1985. "American Indian Religious Freedom Litigation," Journal of Law and Religion, 3:47-76.

Miller, Donald S. 1975. "A Report on the Significance of Certain Properties Associated with Traditional Ideological Beliefs and Practices of North Western California Indians" in U.S. Forest Service, Six Rivers District, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Final Environmental Statement for Eight Mile/Blue Creek Unit.

Miller, Robert J. 1990. "Note: Correcting Supreme Court Errors: American Indian Response to Lyng v. Northwest Indian Cemetery Protective Association." Environmental Law, 20:1037-1062, Winter.

Mundt, C. 1963. "G-O Planning Study," U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, March 22.

Pepper, Stephen L. 1982. "The Conundrum of the Free Exercise Clause--Some Reflections on Recent Cases," Northern Kentucky Law Review, 9 :265-303.

Pritchard, J. Brett. 1990. "Note: Conduct and Belief in the Free Exercise Clause: Developments and Deviations in Lyng v. Northwest Indian Cemetery Protective Association, Cornell Law Review,76:268-197, November.

Rievman, Joshua D. 1989. "Comment: Judicial Scrutiny of Native American Free Exercise Rights: Lyng and the Decline of the Yoder Doctrine," Boston College Environmental Law Review, 17:169-200, Fall.

Spicer, Edward. H. 1962. Cycles of Conquest: The Impact of Spain, Mexico, and the United States on the Indians of the Southwest, 1533-1960. Tucson: University of Arizona Press.

Suagee, Dean B. 1982. "American Indian Religious Freedom and Cultural Resources Management: Protecting Mother Earth's Caretakers," American Indian Law Review, 10(1):1-58.

Theodoratus, Dorothea J., ed. 1979. "Cultural Resources of the Chimney Rock Section, Gasquet-Orleans Road, Six Rivers National Forest." Oak Valley, CA: Theodoratus Cultural Research.

Theodoratus, Dorothea J. 1987. "G-O Road: Northwest California Religion Case to be Reviewed by Supreme Court," News from Northern California, November/December, pp. 4-5.

U.S. v. Carolene Products Co. 1938. 304 U.S. 144.

Vecsey, Christopher, ed. 1996, 1991. Handbook of American Indian Religious Freedom. New York: Crossroad.

Video Circle. 1976. Charlie Thom in "The Next 200 Years?" Videotape. San Francisco: Video Circle.

Wilkins, David E. 1996. American Indian Sovereignty and the U.S. Supreme Court. Austin: University of Texas Press.&

Wyatt, Kathryn C. 1989. "Note and Comment: The Supreme Court, Lyng, and the Lone Wolf Principle," Chicago-Kent Law Review, 65:623-656.

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