Federal Court Holds Burt Lake Band of Ottawa Indians Has Standing to Challenge 2015 Federal Acknowledgment Regs

Here is the order in Burt Lake Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians v. Zinke (D.D.C.):

20 DCT Order

Briefs here.

Here are some details on this as yet non-recognized tribe:

New Scholarship on the Burt Lake Burn-Out

Northern Express Article on the Burt Lake Burnout and Burt Lake Band

Mackinac Journal: “‘A Bitter Memory’ — The Burt Lake Burn-out of 1900”

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1 Response to Federal Court Holds Burt Lake Band of Ottawa Indians Has Standing to Challenge 2015 Federal Acknowledgment Regs

  1. Steven Austin says:

    Burt Lake Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians are a treaty tribe and should have their relationship with the Federal government reaffirmed. They have continued to maintain their tribal community from treaty times to the present.

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