1988- The Native Nevadan: Hoopa Valley Tribe a Model for Self-Governance

“The self-governance project will be a natural transition for the Hoopa Reservation, according to Wilfred Colegrove, chairman of the Hoopa Valley Business Council. This project is the most significant event in Indian country since 1871, when the Congress voted to stop making treaties with Indian Tribes. This self-governance demonstration project could open the door for a new era in Indian enterprise and make the Indian Self-Determination Act of 1975 a reality on reservations.”

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