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Broken Trust: The Hawaiian Homeland Program: 70 Years of Failure of the Federal & State Government to Protect the Civil Rights of Native Hawaiians
Andre S. Tatibouet (ed.). Determines the extent to which both the Fed. Govít. & the State of Hawaii are meeting their trust obligations to Native Hawaiians under the Hawaiian Homes Comm. Act of 1921. This law set aside approx. 200,000 acres as a land trust for homesteading by Native Hawaiians. Primary admin. responsibilities were transferred to the State of Hawaii upon admission to the Union in 1959. But the F ed. Govt. retains oversight responsibilities, including the exclusive right to sue for breach of trust. After 70 years, the homesteading program has provided very few tangible benefits for beneficiaries of the trust. Only 17% of the total available lands are being homesteaded, while over 62% of the lands are being used by non-natives, often for minimal comp.
History of the New York Central System
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