plan for managing Oregon and Washington fisheries in compliance with treaty Indian fishing rights in the Columbia River
|Title:||A plan for managing Oregon and Washington fisheries in compliance with treaty Indian fishing rights in the Columbia River: staff proposal.|
Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife,, issuing body.
Washington (State) Department of Fisheries,, issuing body.
|Type of Resource:||text|
1 online resource (30 leaves), 12 unnumbered pages
This archived document is maintained by the Oregon State Library as part of the Oregon Documents Depository Program. It is for informational purposes and may not be suitable for legal purposes.
Title from cover.
On August 20, 1975, the United States District Court of Oregon enjoined the states of Oregon and Washington from permitting non-Indians to harvest, In either nonmarine or marine areas subject to their jurisdiction, the 1975 run of fall Chinook salmon destined to reach the Columbia River treaty Indian tribes' usual and accustomed fishing grounds until the states established that the resource would be perpetuated and that the Intervenor tribes had the opportunity to take up to 50$ of the Columbia River fall chinook salmon harvested under state jurisdiction. This plan is in response to that court order.
Mode of access: Internet from the Oregon Government Publications Collection.
Text in English.
n-us-or -- n-us-wa
Chinook salmon -- Columbia River -- Management -- Planning
Fishery management -- Oregon -- Planning
Fishery management -- Washington (State) -- Planning
Fishery management -- Columbia River -- Planning
Fishery policy -- Oregon
Fishery policy -- Washington (State)
Indians of North America -- Fishing -- Law and legislation -- Oregon
Indians of North America -- Fishing -- Law and legislation -- Washington (State)
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