Cherokee Challenge Bowl

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Section 1

Question Answer
Indian Reorganization ActJune 18th, 1934. Indian New Deal. U.S. federal legislation
Indian Self-Determination Act1975, authorized the Secretary of the Interior, the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare, and some other government agencies to enter into contracts with federally recognized Indian tribes.
Indian Territoryset aside lands in 1834, most of Oklahoma, for forcibly removed native americans
Inherent Sovereigntysupreme and unrestricted power, as of a state the position, dominion, or authority of a sovereignan independent state
Johnson O'Malley Act The Johnson-O'Malley Act was law of the United States Congress passed on April 16, 1934, to subsidize education, medical attention, and other services provided by states to Native Americans, especially those not living on reservations.
Judicial Branchinterprets law and administers justice
Jurisdictionthe official power to make legal decisions and judgements
Legislative Branchwrites, debates, and passes laws
manifest destinyexpansion is inevitable and necessary

Section 2

Question Answer
Matrilinealheritage passed down through mothers
nationa large amount of people defined by a certain race
old settlerscherokee who came from the first bunch from georgia without forcing
quorumthe number of members required to be present in order for business to happen
oral traditiontelling stories, communicated history
ratifysign or get formal consent to
relocationthe action of moving to a new place and establishing one's home
removal act1830 signed by Andrew Jackson, reassignment from eat of mississippi to west
self determinationrefers to the social movements, legislation, and beliefs by which the tribes in the United States exercise self-governance and decision making on issues that affect their own people.