Revision and Codification of Statutes Affecting American Indians

hearings before the United States House Committee on Indian Affairs, Seventy-First Congress, third session, on Jan. 28, 1931
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The Institute is currently re-examining the Code's provisions on. The codification of laws is something which dates back to as early as BC. The first real civil code was the Code of Hammurabi, which was started by Hammurabi the ruler of Babylon. This code went by the principle of “an eye for an eye”, which in modern terms would be known as retribution.

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The policies of European settlers who settled North America towards native Americans has changed significantly over time. Laws have been passed and policies established with the intent to aid the American Indians or to move them out of the way of the "progress" of the non-Indian population.

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From the first days of European settlement in North America, Native Americans have retreated as white civilization advanced. In the early nineteenth century, the federal government began removing Indians living in the eastern part of the United States to the region west of the Mississippi River in order to open up Indian land for settlement, to protect the Natives from the corrupting influence.

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