The Marshall Trilogy - Part One: Johnson v. M'Intosh - The Origin of Federal Indian Law & U.S. Property Law
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Part One of "The Marshall Trilogy": Johnson v. M'Intosh - The Origin of Federal Indian Law & U.S. Property Law

You won’t want to miss our "Marshall Trilogy Series" beginning with our “Johnson v. McIntosh 101” event, which took place on October 12th, 2020. The event is presented by Peter d’Errico and Steven Newcomb (Shawnee/Lenape). The event is designed for the hardened veteran of U.S. Federal Indian law, the lay person who has a basic curiosity about the subject matter, or an elected official or chairperson of a Native nation.

Regardless of who you are, you’ll learn more about the Johnson v. McIntosh during our two hour event than you would learn even if you were in a law school. This is because no law school has the time or inclination to spend two hours discussing the reasoning, vocabulary, and metaphorical structure of the domination patterning found in the Johnson ruling in the way we will. Our discussion will be based on a thirty year conversation that d’Errico and Newcomb have been having since 1989.

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