No. 88-1468.

877 F.2d 1550 (1989)

Lindsey Barlen ROGERS, Steven L. Abel, Maxine Naomi Panno Anderson, Lawrence Apaletea, Snyder Brown, Carmen L. Chavez, Edward D. Chavez, Elizabeth C. Chavez, James M. Chavez, Hattie Clark, Althea Conway, Julia Lawrence Cook, Ralph E. Curry, Anita Davis, Donald L. Davis, Glenn Davis, Ronald L. Davis, Franklin G. Deviney, Deanna Cooper Dick, Wesley Dick, Jessie Cluette Durant, Jenny Freeman, Delbert Gibson, Marie Guernsey, Phillip W. Guernsey, Allen Hanks, Jr., Eva Harvey, Lucandra J. Horn, Florence Sam Howe, Melissa Kennedy, Brian Lynch, Robert E. Lynch, Candace A. Marchant, Howard J. Marchant, Richard A. Marchant, Sylvia Mase, Vernadine H. McLain, Zachary H. Pierce, Frank Quartz, Ricky Quartz, Avery Sam, Ellery Sam, Everett Sam, Flora G. Sam, Freddie Sam, Kip E. Sam, Milton E. Sam, Ray Morris Sam, Reggie Sam, Rita N. Sam, Robert John Sam, Stephanie Sam, John M. Saulque, Jackie D. Selestewa, Michelle D. Selestewa, Opal Daisy Winnemucca Stanley, John Thacker, Jr., Bob Thompson, Marian Tom, John Vipont, Bob Henry Visbach, Lorene Walters, Gary Watson, Leander Danny Watson, Rachael Watson, Lena Weldon, Lila Weldon, Ray Weldon, Roy Williams and Marie Sam Wilson, Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. The UNITED STATES of America, Cecil B. Andrus, Secretary of Interior of the United States of America, William Hallett, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Curtis Geiogamah, Acting Area Director of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Robert Hunter, Superintendent of the Western Nevada Agency of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Defendants/Cross-Appellants.

United States Court of Appeals, Federal Circuit.

June 15, 1989.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Peter J. Sferrazza, Reno, Nev., argued, for plaintiffs-appellants.

John T. Stahr, Dept. of Justice, Washington, D.C., argued, for defendants/cross-appellants. With him on the brief were James L. Byrnes, Deputy Asst. Atty. Gen. and Martin W. Matzen.

Before FRIEDMAN and RICH, Circuit Judges, and BENNETT, Senior Circuit Judge.

FRIEDMAN, Circuit Judge.

These are an appeal and a cross-appeal from a judgment of the United States District Court for the District of Nevada that certain individuals were entitled to participate in a prior award of just compensation for the taking by the United States during the last century of Indian lands. Rogers v. United States, No. R-80-63 BRT, Memorandum Opinion (D.Nev. Nov. 13, 1987) (hereinafter "Second Trial Decision"). We affirm in part, vacate...

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