Indian Affairs | 1968
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1968 Press Releases

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Indian Employment Agency Opened in Washington, DC
Alaska Native and Navajo Students Enjoy High School Culture Swap
Procedures Approved for Preparation of Roll of Deleware Indians
Udal Announces Publication on Instutite of American Indian Arts
Florida Seminole Tribe Leases Acreage to Mobile Home Builder
Indian Art Ctr Opens 4th Invitational Exhibit in Interior Gallery
Wallace Galluzzi Named to Head Haskell Institute
Euneau Appointed Rosebud Superintendent
BIA Awards Contract for Road Improvement on the Navajo Reservation
Excerpts of Remarks by Stewart L. Udall at 6th Anniversary Banquet of the Tundra Times
Sisseton High School Construction Contract Awarded
Owen D. Morken Named BIA Area Director at Minneapolis
Excerpts of Remarks by Stewart L. Udall at the Hopi Indian Industrial Plant Dedication
Excerpts of Remarks by Stewart L. Udall at Glen Canyon Visitor Ctr
Henry B. Taliaferro, Jr. Named Associate Solicitor at Interior
Indian Timber Harvest Sets New Record High for 1967
BIA Awards Contract for Road Improvement between Lechee Rock and Kaibito, AZ
BIA Tests New Way to Communicate
BIA to Transfer Three Agency Heads
Indian Art Students to Enter Travel Poster Contest
National Council on Indian Opportunity
New Teacher Intern Concept Launched by BIA
Commissioner of Indian Affairs Hails Year of Progress
Bureau of Indian Affairs Collection of Indian Art Exhibit in Interior Gallery
Exemplary Indian School to Open in Oklahoma
Indian Bureau Renews Training Contracts
Indian Bureau Announces Federal Code Change
Wight Heads Up New Indian Affairs Education Center at Brigham City
Indian Affairs Teachers to Learn New Techniques
Remarks by Harry R. Anderson, AS of the Interior for Public Land Management...
Bureau Educator to Hold Conferences Throughout West and Southwest
Bennett Proposes American Indian Athletic Hall of Fame
New Bureau Booklet Answers Most Asked Questions About Indians
Indian High Schoolers get Better Chance at Dartmouth College
Interior Employees Named to Receive Distinguished Service and Valor Awards
Indian Dance Paintings And Photograph Exhibit At Bureau Of Indian Affairs
New Edition Of Popular Indian Calendar Issued By Bureau Of Indian Affairs
New Superintendents Named for Eastern Navajo and Fort Totten Indian Agencies
Zuni, NM and Fort Hall, ID BIA Agencies get New Superintendents
Three Santa Fe Indian Arts Teachers to Exhibit Works in Interior Gallery
Contract Awarded for New Indian School in SD
Indian Commissioner Bennett and US Indians to Attend Interamerican Indian Congress
Famous Indian Art Exhibit to Tour Mexico, South America
Indian Children Adopted During 1967 at Almost Double the 1966 Rate
New Industry Set for CO River Tribes
BIA Alaskan Staff Changes Announced
Five Indian Bureau Groups Receive Interior Awards
Indian Bureau Officials Reassigned
Revolving Fund for Indian Loans Cannot Meet Demands
Interior and BIA Heads to Attend NY Indian Industrial Forum
National Council on Indian Opportunity to Meet July 16
Miss Indian America to Visit Nations Capital and NY
16 Indian Land Areas Now Eligible for First Preference in Federal Procurement Contracts
New BIA Assignemnts Announced for Senecas and Osage
Additional Funds for Indian Adult Education Lauded by Bennett
Special Scroll to be Presented Fort Lauderdale Friends of Indians
Family Group, Medical Doctor, and Educator Receive Interior Conservation Awards
New Indian Training Program Begins in March for Southwest Indians
Report Says Navajo Lives Saved by Timely Action
Indians Granted More than $33 M on Claims During 1967
Bureau of Indian Affairs Names New Superintendent to Miccosukee Agency
New Superintendent Appointed for Anchorage District
Indians of the Eastern Seaboard Described in New Booklet
Schooling for Indian and Eskimo Children Policies, Programs, and Principles
Premier Showing of Eskimo Art Scheduled for Interior Gallery
Bennett Warns of Vandalism to Navajo Reservation Ruins
Agreement Signed on Land Purchase Needed to Establish Piscataway Park
Recognition of 7 Fire-fighting Indian Tribes Praised by Bennett