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Features a summary of Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of 1971 (ANCSA) and reflections on its impact.
Unfinished Business: The Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act
In this feature, Byron Mallott, Senior Fellow, Alaska Native Policy Center and one of the framers of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of 1971 (ANCSA), reflects on the Act's impact over the past thirty years and toward a vision of the future.


Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act
In 1971 the push for oil development, the state's desire to get the land promised to it under the Statehood Act and the Alaska Natives' efforts to save their land paid off with what would become the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, known as ANCSA.



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