Indian Affairs | 1971
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1971 Press Releases

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Morton Names Indian Craftsman to Indian Arts and Crafts Board
Statement by Secretary of the Interior Rogers C. B. Morton on the New Navajo Community College Act
Morton Announces Organization Changes in BIA
Orville N. Hicks Named Superintendent Lower Brule Agency, SD, BIA
Morton Cites Conflict of Interests In Indian Trust Responsibility Urges Passage Of Bill To Provide Indians With Independent Aid
Morton Names Hans Walker to Head New Indian Water Rights Office
Pauma and Pala Mission Indians to Receive Title to Additional Lands
Roll Being Established For Pembina Chippewa Indian Claims Payment
Morton Issues New Order Revoking 1930 Oil Shale Lands Withdrawal As Applied To Lands Within Uintah-Ouray Reservation
Statement on Indian Affairs by Secretary of the Of The Interior Rogers C. B. Morton
William L. Benjamin Named Superintendent Fort Peck, Montana Agency BIA
New Graphic Art Building for Haskell Indian Junior College
Contract Awarded For Million Dollar Road To Open Recreation Complex On Jicarilla Apache Indian Reservation
Stanley D. Lyman Named Superintendent of Pine Ridge Agency, BIA
Richard S. McDermott Becomes Sacramento Area Field Director, BIA
National Indian Training Center to Open at Brigham City, UT
New Edition of Calendar of Indian Events Published
Alonzo T. Spang Named Superintendent of Northern Cheyenne Bureau of Indian Affairs Agency
Jess T. Town, Choctaw Indian Named Superintendent, BIA, Rosebud, S. Dak. Agency
Morton-Romney Agreement to Spur Indian Housing Constuction
John O. Crow Appointed Deputy Commissioner of Indian Affairs
New Indian Business Development Program Starts 241 Indian-owned Businesses
David L. Baldwin, Superintendent of South Dakota Agency, BIA Named to Osage Post
John H. Artichoker Named Phoenix Area Director BIA
Feed Grain for Indian Livestock in Southwest Drought Areas
William L. Rogers Named Deputy Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs
New Rules Governing Leasing of Indian Lands
Doyce L. Waldrip Named Assistant Area Director of Portland Area Office BIA
Tim C. Dye Named Superintendent Fort Apache Agency BIA
Duane C. Moxon Named Superintendent of BIA Seminole Agency, Hollywood, FL
Frank X. Morin, EDA Representative, Named Superintendent of Bureau of Indian Affairs Turtle Mountain Agency, Belcourt, ND
Albert L. Lerner Named Field Employment Assistance Officer Of Bureau Of Indian Affairs In Los Angeles
Charles W. Swallow, Oglala Sioux Indian, Named Chief Of Branch Of Credit And Financing, Bureau Of Indian Affairs
John A. Moore Named Assistant Area Director, Juneau Area Office of the BIA
Carl J. Cornelius, Oneida Indian Named Deputy Director Of Management Services, Bureau Of Indian Affairs
Gray Hill Indian High School Reflects Navajo-Hopi Community
American Indian Youngsters Meet To Discuss Methods Of Preserving The Environment
Enrollment Deadline Extended For Munsee Indians To Share In Delaware Nation Claims Award Payment
Navajo Presented Indian Small Businessman Of The Year Award
Navajo Indian Tribe Provides Work For Welfare Recipients
Development Financing For American Indians Up In 1970
Interior Secretary Rogers C. B. Morton Addresses Educators of Indians
Interior Secretary Morton Launches Earth Week Activities With Address To Indian Environmental Education Workshop
Statement By Wilma L. Victor On Her Appointment By Secretary Of The Interior Morton As Special Assistant To The Secretary For Indian Affairs
Commissioner of Indian Affairs Louis R. Bruce Urges Return Of Sacred Wampum Belts To New York Tribes
Interior-Agriculture To Open 56 YCC Camps In June
Indian Affairs Commissioner Announces Job Appointments
Morris Thompson, Alaska Native, Named Alaska BIA Area Director
Bureau Of Indian Affairs Schools Plan Environmental Awareness Awards
New Indian Affairs Aide To Senate Interior Committee
James R. Smith Named to Head All Water and Power Resource Programs For Interior Department
Reifel to Serve National Park Service As Indian Adviser
Thomas R. Hardin Appointed Superintendent Of Rocky Boy's Agency, Bureau Of Indian Affairs
Celestine P. Maus Appointed Superintendent, Red Lake, Minnesota Bureau Of Indian Affairs Agency
Curtis Geiogamah Named Assistant Area Director Of Phoenix Area Office Bureau Of Indian Affairs
Raymond Lightfoot Named Minneapolis Area Director Bureau Of Indian Affairs
Indians Get Cooperative Leadership Training at University of Wisconsin
William F. Streitz Named Superintendent, Uintah and Ouray Agency, BIA, Ft. Duchesne, UT