Native American History Guest Speaker

Duda Hall

623 3rd St
California, PA 15419
United States

Native American History Month  

The public may attend a presentation by Christopher B. Chaney, of the Seneca-Cayuga Nation, at 11 a.m. Nov. 2 in Duda Hall, Room 202. 

Presented by Cal U’s Native American Studies Institute, the free talk, “Tribal Sovereignty and Federal Indian Law,” takes place during Native American Heritage Month.

Chaney lives in West Virginia and is an attorney for the FBI. He served as a tribal prosecutor, handling crimes for the Jicarilla Apache Nation and the Southern Ute Tribe. He also prosecuted federal crimes for the Navajo Nation and the Uintah & Ouray Ute Tribe.

For two years, Chaney was in charge of law enforcement and corrections programs for the Bureau of Indian Affairs.

For more information, contact Dr. Clarissa Confer at



Thursday, November 02, 2017


Clarissa Confer

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