Indian Affairs | 1990
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1990 Press Releases

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Interior Secretary Lujan Names William D. Bettenberg Deputy Assistant Secretary - Indian Affairs
Bureau of Indian Affairs Clears Whitehorn of Any Prior Knowledge of Goff Involvement in Boone Case
Interior Secretary Lujan Proposes Appointment of Joel Frank to National Indian Gaming Commission
David J. Matheson Named Director of Management Program in Interior
Interior Secretary Lujan Invites Indian Tribal Leaders to National Conference to Strengthen Self-Determination Policy
Brown Names Niles C. Cesar to Post of Area Director, Juneau Area Office, Bureau of Indian Affairs
L. W. (Bill) Collier Named Area Director at Bureau of Indian Affairs' Area Office in Anadarko, Okla.
Secretary of the Interior Lujan, Leaders of Six Tribes Mark Agreements for Self-Governance Pilot Program
Interior and Energy Departments Join Forces to Improve Science, Math Education for American Indians
Bureau of Indian Affairs to Hold National Line Officers Meeting July 23-25 in Scottsdale, Arizona
Interior Secretary Lujan Announces Proposed Guidelines For Granting Trust Status to Indian Lands
Interior Department Issues Permit for Kayenta Coal Mine; Defers Decision on Black Mesa
Interior Approves Historic Agreements Giving Five Indian Tribes Greatly Increased Control Over Federal Funds
Interior Secretary Lujan Approves Historic Agreement To Settle Indian Water Claims In Idaho
Interior Secretary Lujan Says New Relocation Commissioner Carl Kunasek Well-Equipped to Complete Job in Fair, Compassionate Manner
Interior Assistant Secretary Eddie Brown to Keynote Tribal Economic Development Conference in Seattle
Interior Secretary Lujan Lauds Appointment of Anthony J. Hope as Chairman of National Indian Gaming Commission
Interior Assistant Secretary Eddie Brown to Keynote Tribal Economic Development Conference in Oklahoma City
Tribal, Interior Officials Sign Agreement for Management of Lake Roosevelt Area
Interior Secretary Lujan Seeks New National Strategy to Protect Archeological Sites and Indian Remains
Assistant Secretary Eddie Brown to Keynote Conference on Economic Development of Indian Lands
Interior Under Secretary Frank Bracken to Open Bureau of Indian Affairs Mini-Summit on Education
Interior Under Secretary Frank Bracken to Open Bureau of Indian Affairs Regional Economic Development Conference
Interior Secretary Lujan Announces Indian Education Mini-Summit to Improve Quality of Native American Schooling
Brown Names Edward F. Parisian as Head of Education Programs at Bureau of Indian Affairs
Bureau of Indian Affairs Budget Request for FY 1991 is $1.7 Billion
Interior Secretary Lujan Praises President Bush's Pro-Environment, Deficit-Cutting Fiscal Year 1991 Budget