I think that if the Native Americans were to demand a state in their historical homeland, there is not a single court that could call their demand anything but moral. If Algonquins, Iroquois, Cree or Mohawk return to the area where their ancestors lived and from which they were exiled in a trail of tears, no country on earth would have the moral standing to deny them what is rightfully theirs.
And yes, this means even if people have since settled on that land. The U.S government can compensate them, just as…