State ex Rel. Cutler v. Dibble,
62 U.S. 366 (1858)

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State ex Rel. Cutler v. Dibble, 62 U.S. 21 How. 366 366 (1858)

State ex Rel. Cutler v. Dibble

62 U.S. (21 How.) 366


A statute of the State of New York making it unlawful for any persons other than Indians to settle or reside upon any lands belonging to or occupied by any nation or tribe of Indians within that state, and providing for the summary ejectment of such persons, is not in conflict with the Constitution of the United States, or any treaty or act of Congress, and the proceedings under it did not deprive the persons thus removed of property or rights secured to them by any treaty or act of Congress.

The case is stated in the opinion of the Court, and is reported in the New York state courts in 18 Barb. 412 and 2d vol. of Smith's Reports of the Court of Appeals, 203, being 16 New York Reports.

Page 62 U. S. 368

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