Indian Affairs | 1955
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1955 Press Releases

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Holtz Succeeds Pryse as Indian Bureau Area Director at Minneapolis
Indians Set New Record in Relocation
McKay Letter to LaFarge outlines Basic Indian Policy
Indian Tribe Signs with Blue Cross and Shield
Allan M. Adams Replaces Victor Eo Godfrey as Superintendent of NE Indian Agency
Indian Bureau Personnel Changes in Arizona and Utah
Indian Bureau to Launch New Adult Education Program with Five Tribal Groups
Indian Bureau Announces Five Personnel Shifts
Maytubby Reappointed Principal Chief of Okla. Chickasaws
More Indian Youths in Advanced Education
McKee Succeeds Shane at Ft o Berthold, Huges Fills Vacancy at Sisseton
Cherokee School Feeding Contract Awarded to Southern Cafeteria Operating Company
Buck Chosen Chief of Creeks; Two-Year Term Begins Today
Hearing on Amendment of Osage Oil and Gas Regulations Set for September 6
Carl Beck Named to Head Economic Developement Work for Indian Bureauof Indian Affairs
Thomas M. Reid Appointed Assistant Commissioner of Indian Affairs
Consolidation of Two Indian Schools in Okla. Announced
Indian Land Policy Liberalized
Sioux Indian and Doctor of Philosophy Will Head Indian Bureau's Aberdeen, S.D. Office
New Indian Bureau Superintendents at Western Washington and Umatilla Agencies
Increased Indian Bureau Appropriations will Bring Improvements in Many Fields
Indian Bureau Reach Road Agreement with Klamath County, OR
Department to Investigate Collapse of Footbridge on Indian Reservation
Robertson Succeeds Bitney as Superintendent of Menominee Indian Agency
Indian Health Services to be Transferred July 1
Nine Bids Received for Two Indian Bureau Contracts for Auto Rentals
Federal Supervision over Texas Indians to be Terminated July 1,1955
Menominee Indian Agency Headquarters to Shift from Neopit to Keshina, WI
Bureau of Indian Affairs and Public Health Service Conference Denver, May 16-20
Department Recommends Against Bill to Liquidate all Indian Tribal Lands
Department Takes Over Preparation of Klamath Tribal Roll After Consultation with Tribal Officials
Administrative Reorganization of Navajo Agency Announced
Richard D. Butts Named Superintendent of N. C. Indian Agency
Three Prominent Oregonians Named as Management Specialists for Klamath Indian Termination Program
Department proposes Amendment of 1953 Law Affecting Criminal and Civil
Proposed Terminal Legislation for Indians of Southern Minnesota
Creek Chief's Term Extended
Fredrick M. Haverland Named Indian Bureau Area Director at Phoenix