ERIC Number: EJ822205
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2003
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"The Greatest Evil": Interpretations of Indian Prohibition Laws, 1832-1953
Martin, Jill E.
Great Plains Quarterly, v23 n1 p35-53 Win 2003
The U.S. has regulated liquor sales and consumption among Native Americans from the beginning of the republic until 1953. Forms of regulation have included fines and imprisonment for selling alcohol in Indian country, for introducing alcohol into Indian country, and for drinking alcohol if you were an Indian.
Descriptors: American Indians, Drinking, Federal Regulation, American Indian History, Federal Indian Relationship, Laws
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