Pigeon v. Buck,
237 U.S. 386 (1915)

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Pigeon v. Buck, 237 U.S. 386 (1915)

Pigeon v. Buck

No. 199

Argued March 12, 15, 1915

Decided April 26, 1915

No. 275

Submitted March 15, 1915

Decided April 26, 1915

237 U.S. 386


McDougal v. McKay, ante, p. 237 U. S. 372, followed to the effect that an allotment made to a full blooded Creek Indian is, for purposes of descent and distribution, to be considered, not as a new acquisition, but as an ancestral estate and passes as such under Chapter 49 of Mansfield's Digest of the Laws of Arkansas.

The same ruling also applies to an allotment of a full-blooded Chickasaw Indian.

3 Okl. 37 and 101 affirmed.

The facts, which are similar to those involved in the preceding case, are stated in the opinion.

Page 237 U. S. 387

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