Here are the materials in State of Oklahoma v. Brester (Ottawa Co. Dist. Ct.):
Ah, finally some justice resulting from the Ottawa University land fraud (book link)….
The tribe gave 20,000 acres for the school nearly 150 years ago. In return, the school promised to educate tribal members. “We believe that expanding this agreement is in keeping with the Ottawa spirit and honors the heritage of this institution and its relationship with the Ottawa Tribe,” university president Kevin C. Eichner told The Kansas City Star.
Get the Story:
Ottawa Indian Tribe members to get free tuition at Ottawa University (The Kansas City Star 10/22)
Here is the opinion (H/T Indianz). Here is the link to the materials we placed on the blog in December.
Here are materials relating to the Ottawa Tribe of Oklahoma’s attempts to establish hunting and fishing rights to their aboriginal homelands in Ohio.