As important as the Holy Land itself is, it is the sovereign right to which they aspire – the recognition that only five generations ago, representatives of tribal nations met with representatives of tribal nations on equal terms in the northern plains, where one nation made a promise to another. The treaty as a whole and in relation to the 1851 agreement was an abandonment of earlier considerations on tribal customs and instead demonstrated the government`s „heavier position with respect to tribal nations and . .