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Squaxin Const. Art. I

Article I. Territory

Squaxin Is. Tribal Const. Art. I

Squaxin Island Tribe

Constitution and Bylaws of the Squaxin Island Tribe of the Squaxin Island Indian Reservation, Washington

Article I. Territory

Article I. Territory

The territory in which the Squaxin Island Tribe has a beneficial ownership interest includes that portion of the Squaxin Island Reservation remaining in an unallotted status at the time of the approval of this constitution and bylaws, and any other lands which may be acquired for or by, and held in the name of, the Squaxin Island Tribe. The jurisdiction of the tribe over such lands, and over the allotted lands within the original boundaries of the Squaxin Island Reservation, shall not be inconsistent with applicable Federal and State laws. However, nothing in this Article shall be construed as restricting the treaty hunting and fishing rights of members, including the right to fish in usual and accustomed places.

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