aboriginal title


aboriginal title
/aebarijsnsl taytal/
Such title provides original natives of United States exclusive right to occupy lands and waters used by them and their ancestors before United States asserted sovereignty over such areas. Yankton Sioux Tribe of Indians v. State of S.D., C.A.S.D., 796 F.2d 241, 243

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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