Cherokee Indian Cases
The links provided to the articles listed below may require subscription to electronic databases.
Ronald A. Berutti, The Cherokee Cases: The Fight to Save the Supreme Court and the Cherokee Indians, 39 American Indian Law Review (1973).
Stephen Breyer, The Cherokee Indians and the Supreme Court, 35 The Georgia Historical Quarterly (2010-2011).
Joseph C. Burke, Cherokee Cases: A Study in Law, Politics, and Morality, 53 Stanford Law Review (2003).
Gerard N. Magliocca, Gambling Away the Inheritance: The Cherokee Nation and Georgia's Gold and Land Lotteries of 1832-33, 63 Duke Law Journal (2002).
Gerard N. Magliocca, Preemptive Opinions: the Secret History of Worcester v. Georgia and Dred Scott, 87 University of Pittsburg Law Review (2003).
Edwin A. Miles, After John Marshall's Decision: Worcester v. Georgia and the Nullification Crisis, 91 The Journal of Southern History (2007).
Michael Morris, Georgia and the Conversation over Indian Removal, 73 The Georgia Historical Quarterly (1989).
Sidney L. Moore Jr. and Leighton Moore, Worcester v. Georgia: Civil Disobedience and the Cherokee Removal, 5 Georgia Bar Journal (1961).
Theda Perdue, The Conflict Within: The Cherokee Power Structure and Removal, 3 The Georgia Historical Quarterly (1975).
Rennard Strickland and William M. Strickland, A Tale of Two Marshals: Reflections on Indian Law and Policy, the Cherokee Cases, and the Cruel Irony of Supreme Court Victories, 8 Oklahoma Law Review (1998-1999).
Matthew L. Sundquist, Worcester v. Georgia: A Breakdown in the Separation of Powers, 17 American Indian Law Review (1992).
William F. Swindler, Politics as Law: The Cherokee Cases, 5 American Indian Law Review (1999).
Kenneth W. Treacy, Another View on Wirt in Cherokee Nation, 21 American Journal of Legal History (1969).
Uncredited, Cherokee Nation v. the State of Georgia, 47 Kansas Journal of Public Law & Policy (1994).
William Walters, Review Essay: Preemption, Tribal Sovereignty, and Worcester v. Georgia, 62 Oregon Law Review (1983).