Indian Affairs | 1962
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1962 Press Releases

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Metlakatla to Continue Fish-trap Use in 1963 Fishing Season
Address by Philleo Nash, US Commissioner of IA
Papago Candy Stripers First in Youth Achievement Awards
Robinson Succeeds Hawley as Superintendent of Fort Apache Indian Agency
Many Laws Benefiting Indians Passed by 87th Congress
47 Conservation Projects in 21 States to Start at Once
Rules Adopted for Distribution of Cherokee Fund
Expansion of Indian School at Greasewood, AZ will Provide for 510 More Students
Contract Awarded for White Shield School
Udall Cites Economic Advantages of Tourism to Indians in Four-State Highway Dedication
Rules Change Proposed on Indian Timber Sales
Udall to Dedicate Navajo Dam, Four Corners Marker and Highway
Hart Succeeds Davis as General Manager of Indian Arts and Crafts Board
False Labels of Indian-Made Leave Indians Dismayed
BIA Agrees to Finance Reactivation of Northern Cheyenne Steer Enterprise
Dept Favors Bill Providing for Land Exchange Between Govt and Southern Ute Tribe
Secretary Udall and Navajo Trail Assoc. Sponsor Highway Dedication at Four Corners
Edzards Chosen Superintendent of Pierre Indian Agency
Cumming Named Jicarilla Superintendent
President Kennedy to Greet Alaskan Indian and Eskimo Electronics Trainees
BIA Launches 12 Studies for Economic Development on Indian Rsvns to Expand Job Opportunities
Intior Favors Bill to Boaden Utah Program Using Oil Revenues for Navajo Benefit
Lyman Named Superintendent of Fort Peck Indian Agency
Interior Dept Favors Bill Providing for Distribution of Cherokee Judgement Money
Rock Point School Contract Awarded
Fort Yates School Contract Awarded
Indians Participation Widely on Local School Boards and PTA's
Contract Awarded for School Facilities at Kayenta
New Rules Aid Consolidation of Pueblo Indian Lands
BIA Area Directors at Phoenix and Gallup to Switch Positions
Children Attend Institute of American Indian Arts
End Relationship with Catawba Tribe of SC in Compliance with Majority Wish
Property Distribution Completed on Redding Rancheria
Interior Plans Recreation Area for Big Horn Canyon
Construction of Two NM Water Projects Authorized in Bill Signed by the President
James F. Canan Named Area Director for BIA Billings, MT
Three-man Task Force to Visit AK and Study Indian Bureau Operations in June
Pacific NW Recreation Booklet to be Published by Interior
Exhibit in Interior Museum will Aid Buyers in Spotting True Indian Handicrafts
Talk by Philleo Nash before Association on AI Affairs
Contract Awarded for Sawmill Equipment on Red Lake Indian Reservation
Contract Awarded for Institute of American Indian Arts at Santa Fe
Nash to Visit Indian Areas in ND and MN
Contract Awarded for Toadlena School Expansion
Property Distribution Bill for Ponca Indians of Nebraska
Baldwin to Succeed Ladd as Superintendent of Nevada Indian Agency
Felshaw Replaces Ringey at Western Washington Indian Agency
BIA and FHA Open Up Possibilities for FHA-Insured Loans on Indian Resvns
Contract Awarded for Kaibeto School
Interior Proposal would Aid Consolidation of Pueblo Indian Lands
BIA works with Senecas of NY Affected by Kinsua Dan Construction
Understanding Reached on Education in Alaska
Navajo Preferential Prospecting Permit on Wildcat Land
Rules Changed for Osage Tribal Elections
Institute of American Indian Arts to Open at Santa Fe, NM
Riley Named Economic Aide to Indian Commissioner
Top Indian Bureau Officials to Visit OK Indian Areas
Udall Approves Crow's Plan for Judgement Fund
Departments 1961 Annual Report Tells of Accelerated Conservation Programs
More Indians Made Eligible for Vocational Training
New Area Directors Named for Muskogee, OK and Minneapolis, MN
Indian Population Growing Faster than US