Indian Affairs | 1964
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1964 Press Releases

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Utilities Contract Awarded for Sherman Institute
Career Indian Official Returns to Top Job at Hopi Reservation
Paul L. Winsor Named Indian Bureau Area Director at Minneapolis
Skarra Succeeds Kephart as Chief of BIA Forestry Branch
Crow Indian Appointed to Head Interior's Anti-poverty Activitie
Florida's Miccosukees Break Tradition, Start Tribal Enterprise
Another Industry Established to Increase Indian Employment
Paiute Indians to Receive Judgement Shares
Tillamook Indians to Receive Judgement Shares
Two Construction Contracts Awarded for Chilocco School
Kaw Indian Named Superintendent of Turtle Mountain Agency
Appointment of Gordon MacGregor as Special Assistant for Community Development on Indian Reservations
Interior Department Adopts New Regulations Standardizing Indian Tribal Voting Policies
Indians and Interior Officials to Represent United States at Inter-American Conference on Indians in Ecuador
19-State Governor's Council Told of Great Opportunity for Indian Self-Help
Remarks by Assistant Secretary of the Interior John A. Carver, Jr. at the Convention of the Governor's Interstate Indian Council
Rough Rock School Contract Awarded
Satement by Commissioner of IA Philleo Nash on Status of Seminole Indian Lands Claim Case
Kenneth Crites Named Superintendent of Mt. Edgecumbe School, AK
$2M Dormitory Contract Awarded for State Regional High School, Nome, AK
DOI Reports Record Sales of Indian Timber in FY 1964
DOI Proposes Changes in Indian Forestry Regulations
Olson Appointed United Pueblos Agency Superintendent in NM
Excerpts from Remarks by Philleo Nash, Commissioner, BIA, DOI at Dedication of Chippewayan Authentics, Inc,
Two SD Indian Reservations Road Contracts Awarded
Excerpts from Remarks by Philleo Nash, Commissioner, BIA, DOI, at Dedication of Nez Perce Tribal Community Building
Locations of Fourteen Job Corps Camps Detailed by Interior
Address by Secretary of the Interior Stewart L. Udall at the National Congress of American Indians Annual Convention
Interior Department Sends Eagle Feathers to Indian Tribes
Secretary Udall Calls For Ten-Year Plan for Reservation Indians
Contracts Awarded for Road Construction on Four SD Reservations
Nash Sees War of Poverty Bringing New Aids to Indians
Remarks by Philleo Nash, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, at Conf of Superintendents of BIA
Secretary Udall Calls Indian Affairs Conference June 16-18 in Santa Fe
Miss Indian America Visits Nation's Capitol
Road Contract Awarded for Navajo Routes 1 and 3
Spencer Named New Superintendent of Yakima Indian Agency in Washington; Pappan to Head Fort Hall In ID
Tyonek Indians in Alaska Accept $11M Offers for Oil and Gas Leases
Udall Asks for $15M fund to Guarantee and Insure Private Loans to Indians and Indian Organizations
Members of Indian Arts and Crafts Board to Attend May 11 Opening of Interior Department's Indian Art Exhibit
Interior Department Favors Establishment of Bighorn Canyon Recreation Area
Reclamation Awards First Major Contract for Navajo Irrigation Project Construction
John Collier to Recive Interior Department's Highest Award on 80th Birthday
Interior Department Opens Indian Art Exhibit May 11
Oil and Gas lease Sale for Tyonek Indian Land in AK Set for May 6
Udall Asks $35M Boost in Credit Fund for Indians
Report Recommends Forest Service Manage Federally Controlled Recreation Lands at Allegheny Reservoir
DOI Proposes Legislation Providing For Distribution of $4.5 M Indian Judgement
Contract Awarded For Many Farms Boarding School
Two Appointments Announced in BIA
DOI Reports 1963 Record Year for Indian Timber Sales
John O. Crow Named as Career Service Award Winner
DOI Favors Bill Providing for Relocation of Indian Village in Southern AZ Displaced by Reservoir Construction
DOI Announces Approval of 1M Accelerated Public Works Program for Indians in 12 States
Shonto School Contract Awarded
The War Against Poverty--The American Indians
Howard F. Johnson Moves to Superintendency at Osage Indian Agency
DOI Endorses Bill Providing for Distribution of $6M Pawnee Judgement Fund