Indian Affairs | 1969
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1969 Press Releases

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Colorado Center for Indians Forest Lands Established
BIA Awards $1.6 M Choctaw School Contract
The New BIA-The New Politics
Pyramid Lake Task Force to Hold First Meeting
Alaskan Eskimo Graphic Arts Featured in New Publications
Address by Commissioner of IA Louis R. Bruce at the 25th Anniversary Convention of the NCAI
Remarks by Walter J. Hickel before the National Congress of American Indians Albq NM
Address by Vice President National Congress of American Indians
Hickel Urges International Action to Protect and Develop Artic Resources
Indian Timber Income Doubles in Two Years
Remarks of Commissioner of Indian Affairs Louis R. Bruce Shiprock, NM
Miss Indian America XVI Comes to Washington for First Time
Indian Vocational-Technical School to be Built in Albuquerque
Indian Tribe Increase Economic Development Financing
Indian Education Unit Joins Network of Innovative Schools
Louis Bruce Nominated Commissioner of Indian Affairs
Remarks by Secretary of the Interior Walter J Hickel
3 New Programs and Special Teacher Training to Help Young Indian Students
Water Needs of Lake Tahoe, Truckee Carson River Irrigation and Pyramid Lake Indians
Water Needs of Lake Tahoe, Truckee Carson River Irrigation and Pyramid Lake Indians
Land-based Careers for Indians Described in New BIA Publication
Justice Dept Finds No Basis for Charges of Brutality Against Indian Students
Prize Winning Travel Posters by Indians Now on Sale
89 Indian Children Placed for Adoption in 21 States During 1968
Indian Youths Attend High School Leadership Workshop
Indian Corporation to Manage Employment Training Ctr.
Indian Timber Income Rises
Construction Contract Awarded for Eufaula Dormitory Facilities
School on South Dakota Indian Reservation to be Expanded
Top Officials of Indian School in OK Ordered Replaced
New Edition of Popular Indan Calendar of Events
Indian Claims Commission Granted More Than $36 M During 1968
Harrison Loesch Nominated Assistant Secretary
Old Coyote to be BIA Assistant Area Director at Sacramento
Contract Awarded for Construction of Peever Day School in South Dakota
Secretary Hickel Lists Tribes Eligible For Crime Control Aid
Two Indian Bureau Agencies to Serve Pueblos in New Mexico Instead of One
Secretary Hickel Opposes Compact Affecting Pyramid Lake Indian Rights
Winner of Indian Student Travel Poster Contest Announced
Interior Secretary Hickel Announces Eight Appointments
Indian Police Training Planned
Athur Allen To Head Indian Engineering Activities
"Mineral Strip" Restored to Apache Tribe
Roll Being Established for California Indian Claims Payment
Procedures Approved for Preparation of Roll of Southern Paiute Indians
Ute Tribal Councils Vote to Create Two Ute Indian Agencies in Tri-State Area
Secretary Udall Announces Plans for Educational Cultural Center for Alaska Natives
Eskimos Learn to Live in "Lower 48"
Rolls to be Prepared for Creek Indian Claims Payments