Doubt Superior...but in this subject I know some things
Actually the doctrine of dependant treaties began in 1821 with the expulsion of the Cherokees. But do a quick check on the case law regarding 18 USC 1152. After 1978 it was simply a matter of the 1978 JSDT site protical being noted as a "reservaton by treaty," where "treaty" is taken to mean international treaty. The JSDT, intended to uphold all treaties involving control over certain defense instalations, also meant that treaties unilaterally over-ridden by the United States Congress, were back in force and internationaly protected. Refusal to uphold these treaties is also a violation of the START I agreement and the 1986 Second phase Nuclear Arms treaty, which all included US commitment to uphold the JSDT, which was the only part of SALT II actually ratified also.
The cases involving spear-fishing in regard to the Chipewa also included these points in the various rulings. Fully in force to secure control --- one description of JSDT listed treaties--- has been held to even over-ride the entire dependant treaty over-ride powers of Congress, from the original form, in the 1821 Cherokee case, to the 1873 Indian provisions of posse comitatus, to the 1920 Indian Citizenship Act. The second Supreme Court review of Chipewa spear-fishing, from Wisconsin, not Minnesota, spelled this out in their denial of review.
My interest in this stems from trying to trace the gap I mentioned, in my post above, where all the books on the origins of Indian Gaming jump from the AIM protests to the 1982-85 reviews of the upper peninsula casinos. Only one article in the Saint Paul Pioneer Press Dispatch mentioned the role of the JSDT.
That 1968 invasion ---I believe you are refering to the California Cabizon's protest etc. But you will find even more interesting threads if you follow not the stories that pop-up about Danny Casolaro, INSLAW and all that, but the actions of his brother David, and the actions in San Fransisco of the Hastings School of Law. The founder, John Hastings, held the archives of the Spanish, that the Bear Flag revolt captured, for ransom for the law school's charter. It is also a historical fact that Hastings used to ask for bribes on whether land cases would be heard under US territorial, Spanish Land Grant, or the few laws passed by the Bear Flaggers as they held out, while the US Navy captured San Francisco and California, was ordered to give it back, was ordered to suppress and then fight the Bear Flaggers, and then ordered to re-conquer California. That charter both allowed Hastings to be a totally private college and STILL be part of the University of California system. Their research contracts were used by the Cabizon's to claim part of Hasting's private government powers where a private college has full powers of eminent domain.
I won't bore you with the hype and even more amazing facts about INSLAW, but the sharp negotiations of the Cabizon's, moving from their original bingo parlor to today, is the only other thread behind the rise of Indian tribal soveriegnity.
So Indian Gambling studies have a huge gap, from 1978-1985, that is in small part pre-INSLAW, INSLAW shenaningans, and where the rest is the 1978 Vienna site status protical of the Joint Space Defense Treaty.