American Indian Allotment Records
The General Allotment Act was passed by the U.S. Congress in 1887, marking the establishment of the allotment of land to individuals as the official and widespread policy of the federal government toward the Native Americans. Under this policy, land (formerly land held by the tribe or tribal land) was allotted to individuals to be held in trust until they had shown competency to handle their own affairs. The Bureau of Indian Affairs was the trustee.
Or;”We,who first desecrated and then stole your lands must now require you,the Federally defined Native-First Nations inhabitants of the so-called “New World” ie.N. & S.America,of all Governments of said Euro-Invaders, to it’s laws and demonstrate in court that you are indeed able to care for said native lands.”
That’s some pretzel logic.