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Moheagans v. Connecticut. Respondents' (Landholders) brief
Moheagans v. Connecticut, Respondents' (Landholders) brief, which claimed that the landholders had the rights to certain land also claimed by the
Mohegan tribe. Of note, this case (1705–1773) was the first indigenous land rights litigation in history in a common law jurisdiction. See LLMC #21090
for related document. (Digitized from a microfilm copy of title originally held by the New York Historical Society Library).
Title:   Connecticut, between Old John Uncas, Young John Uncas, and several other Mohegan Indians on behalf of themselves and the rest of their tribe by John Mason and Samuel Mason, gentlemen, the trustees for and guardians of the said tribe, appellants, and the Governor and Company of the English Colony of Connecticut in New England in America, and others, respondents : the summary of the case of the respondents the landholders.
OCLC Number:   899968308
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