Indian Affairs | 1954
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1954 Press Releases

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Indian Bureau Annual Report For 1954
Elmo Miller Named Superintendent Of Northern Idaho Indian Agency
Three Indian Bureau Employees To Get Training
Fort Yuma Indian Reservation Shifted To Indian Bureau Phoenix Area
Navajo Council Commends Administration for Effective Education Program
Indian Bureau School of Practical Nursing to Be Transferred From Lawton, Oklahoma
Contracting For Indian Bureau Food Services Begins At Cherokee, North Carolina
Exchange Of Letters On Basic Indian Policy
Frell M. Owl Transfers From Northern Idaho To Fort Hall Indian Agency
Indian Bureau Land Operations Chief Named Soil Conservation Fellow
Parran Team Reports on Alaska Health Problems
Parran Team Reports on Alaska Health Problems
Administrative Realignment of North Carolina Indian Agency
Grand Ronde and Siletz Indian Groups of Western Oregon Called Upon To Prepare Tribal Rolls
Indian Bureau Personnel Change in Sacramento, California
Belvin Appointed Principal Chief of Oklahoma Choctaws
Schunk Succeeds Lee as Superintendent of Turtle Mountain Indian Agency
Three Indian Bureau Personnel Moves Announced
Peru Farver Named to Supervise Tribal Affairs Work for Indian Bureau
Indian Bureau Personnel Shift Announced
McKay Reports Progress on Navajo School Program
Indian Bureau Will Hospitalize 290 Alaska Native Tuberculosis Patients in Seattle Sanatoria
Two Minnesota Indian Agencies to Be Consolidated December 1 at Bemidji
Indian Bureau Personnel Moves Announced
Crow Creek Indian Agency Will Move To Pierre, South Dakota
Indian Bureau’s $3M Program of Public School Expansion in Communities Bordering Navajo Reservation Announced
Menominees Not On Tribal Rolls Have Until Sept. 17 to File
Trier Succeeds Brown as Indian Bureau Roads Chief
Department Finds No Grounds for Cancellation of Hubbard Lease On
Indian Bureau's Drive to Provide Schooling for 22,000 Navajo Children Begins
Menominee Per Capita Payment Proceeding Smoothly
Departmental Actions on Office of Principal Chief of Choctaw, Semilnole, and Cherokee Tribes Announced
Indian Bureau Rights 49-Year-Old Wrong
Four Indian Bureau Personnel Shifts Announced
Details of the Interior Reservation Road Program Announced
Indian Bureau Contracts with Cornell Medical College for Services of Chest Specialist at Navajo Medical Center
Harwood Keaton Named Assistant Area Director for Indian Bureau at Muskogee, Oklahoma
Indian Bureau Relocation Office Moves to Denver
Opening of Indian Bureau Buildings and Utilities Office in Albuquerque
Arthur N. Arntson Named Superintendent of Wind River Agency
Skarra Promoted; LeCrone Succeeds Him at Yakima Agency
Indian Bureau May Restudy Hospitalization of Wind River Indians
Indian Bureau Launches Greatly Expanded Disease Prevention Program
McKay's Alaska Itenerary Announced
Indian Bureau Personnel Changes Announced
Four Navajo School Contracts Awarded
Browning Museum to Remain Under Management of Bureau of Indian Affairs
Indian Bureau Appointments at Klamath and Wind River Agencies
Choctaw Indians to be Polled on Continuation of Office of Principal Chief
Indian Bureau Personnel Changes at Ignacio, Colorado, and Zuni, New Mexico
McKay Announces two orders adjusting Timber prices received by Warm Springs
Indian Bureau will Continue Two Area Offices in Oklahoma
Indian Bureau Personnel Shifts Announced
Pensoneau Named Superintendent of Hopi Agency
Crow Creek Indian Agency in South Dakota to be Moved From Ft. Thompson to Chamberlain
Hopis to report to Phoenix
Guy C. Williams Named Superintendent of United Pueblos Indian Agency
Reduced Fderal Participation in Indian Affairs Reported
Secretary McKay Recommends Settlement of Anica Case
Hearing Scheduled on Warm Springs Timber Contract
Secretary McKay Announces Indian Bureau Personnel Changes
Secretary McKay Announces Indian Bureau Organizational Changes
Statement on Department's Action in Anica Case
Indian Bureau Property in Sawyer County, Wisconsin, Transferred to Wisconsin Welfare Department
William H. Olsen Named Indian Bureau Area Director in Alaska
Legislation Terminating Federal Controls Over Eight Indian Groups Submitted to Congress
Survey Team Recommends Indian Bureau Changes
Langan Named to Carry Out Indian Bureau Survey Team Report
Indian Bureau Transfers Announced
Olson Appointed Mescalero Agency Superintendent