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Some 79, people were originally enrolled through this process. Each enrolled Alaska Native was subsequently issued shares of restricted stock in the regional corporation to which he or she was enrolled.
In this way, ANCSA provided the framework for the corporations to provide economic, educational and social service and other cultural benefits to current and future generations of shareholders. Today, CIRI has more than 8, shareholders.
ANCSA, a purposeful alternative to the reservation system, was the first settlement of its kind between Native Americans and the federal government. Alaska Native leaders fought for the corporate structure for holding land and capital, with the freedom to control their own economic and social future.
Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act Pressure to settle land claims The Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of is a very complex Act that sets into law what has been called a national experiment on a truly grand scale. To begin to understand the circumstances that led to the passage of ANCSA it is important to note that ANCSA was developed for a group of human beings who had a very real claim to their ancestral homelands in Alaska, a claim that had not been extinguished in treaty.
As the young state of Alaska began to develop, Alaska Native people were in danger of being disenfranchised and sidelined. The plight of Alaska Native people likely would have not been enough to compel settlement. However, economic forces would come into being in the lates that would compel Congress to move to settle the yet unsettled aboriginal claim to land by Alaska Native people.
The state of Alaska began to move to acquire the million acres of land promised to it under the Statehood Act. Secretary of Interior Stewart Udall became convinced of the need to both recognize and settle aboriginal claims to land prior to making further conveyances to the state of Alaska.
Inoil was discovered on State land on the North Slope of Alaska. Soon, plans for an mile pipeline traversing Alaska to move oil from the Prudhoe Bay oil field to the town of Valdez were in the works.
Alaska Native groups claimed that any pipeline right-of-way stretching across the state must surely cross Native land. In a federal judge agreed and halted the issuance of the pipeline construction permits.
Both of these actions, the halting of the pipeline construction permits and the placing of a land freeze on further disposition of federal land, put pressure on Congress to act to settle the matter.
The passage of the Act was not without struggle. For four long years, spirited debate focused on just how much land Alaska Natives would retain and how much cash they would be granted for the extinguishment of their claims.
The final bill that emerged settled the amount of land at 44 million acres. These were valid claims by peoples whose cultures dated back into the pre-history of the region.
As Congress struggled to craft the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, what emerged was the view held by both Alaska Native and congressional leaders that a reservation system with sustained federal government oversight was not what was wanted by either party.
Alaska Native leaders fought hard for full and complete control of their destiny, without the oversight of the Bureau of Indian Affairs. And that is what they got. The Act dealt with all Alaska Native groups, creating twelve distinct regional and over village corporations representing about 79, Alaska Native people.
A 13th regional corporation was established later to accommodate the wishes of some Alaska Native people who had moved outside of the state — although this was not strictly necessary as Alaska Native people living outside the state had other options that allowed them to enroll into one of the other twelve regional corporations formed within the state.
The Act provided for the conveyance of 44 million acres of land in Alaska through an entitlement process that allocated land to each of the regional and village corporations.
Alaska Natives benefited from the fact that the claims were settled by an act of Congress as opposed to a treaty because Acts can be amended; treaties cannot.
ANCSA is a living document, and some of the changes that have been made to the Act have been very significant.
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