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OVERSTANDING INDIGENOUS TREATIES PART ONE

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This show Chief Noble discusses the Treaty of Peace and Friendship  with Morocco an the Treaty of Camp Holmes.  What are these treaties about and how they apply to Indigenous Muurs/Moors.  Can we use these in court and other places? 

A treaty is an official, express written agreement that states use to legally bind themselves. A treaty is that official document which expresses that agreement in words; and it is also the objective outcome of a ceremonial occasion which acknowledges the parties and their defined relationships.   

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