Summary of the Colville Decision The Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Indian Nation (Yakama) and the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Indian Reservation (Colville) on behalf of their Wenatchi constituent Tribe (Wenatchi) both cross-appealed the United States District Court for the District of Oregon's holding as to an 1894 treaty agreement that the Yakama and Wenatchi share fishing rights in common at the "Wenatshapam Fishery" near present-day Leavenworth, Washington.
What does YIN stand for?
YIN stands for Yakama Indian Nation
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We have 2 other meanings of YIN in our Acronym Attic
- Your Infernal Majesty (online gaming)
- Yours Is Mine
- Youth in Ministry (religious organization)
- Yunnan Institute of Microbiology (China)
- Yoga International Magazine
- Yes In My Backyard
- Young Image Makers Foundation (California)
- Youth in Ministry Institute (St. Louis, MO)
- Ystad International Military Tattoo (Sweden)
- Yucatan International Music Festival (Mexico)
- Young IFA (International Fiscal Association) Network
- Youth Info Network (Bulgaria)
- Youth Information Network (various locations)
- Youth Initiative Nepal
- Yours Is No Disgrace (Yes song)
- Yours in Naval Fellowship
- Year in Industry (UK student placement)
- Yale Institute for Nanoscience and Quantum Engineering (New Haven, CT)
- Yamashina Institute for Ornithology (Japan)
- Yellow Iron Oxide
Samples in periodicals archive:
In the Cascades, respect posted areas reserved for the Yakama Indian Nation.
Just south of the Yakima Training Center, the Yakama Indian Nation owns some 1.
At the Yakama Indian Nation Cultural Heritage Center (865-2800), just west of Toppenish on U.
This presumption is analogous to the fundamental presumption underlying the Supreme Court's analysis of the Yakama Nation's reserved off-reservation fishing rights in Winans: that in reserving a right to continue to fish at certain sites outside the reservation, the Yakama Indian Nation reserved the right to prevent non-Indians from taking actions that would completely usurp the ability of the tribe to take fish at such sites.
33) Confederated Tribes & Bands of the Yakama Indian Nation v.