Indian Affairs | 1992
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1992 Press Releases

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Interior Secretary Lujan, Barron Collier Sign Agreement For Phoenix Indian School Land Exchange
New Indian Management Office To Increase Oversight Of Indian Gaming Establishments
Interior Secretary Lujan, Agriculture Secretary Madigan Approve Historic Agreement To Resolve Indian Land Dispute
Interior Secretary Lujan Signs Cooperative Agreement For Recovery Of Endangered Squawfish In San Juan River Basin
Bureau Of Indian Affairs, Indian Health Service Conference Leads To Agreement On Alcohol-Substance Abuse Prevention
Interior Secretary Lujan Signs Last Of Contracts Allocating Central Arizona Project Water To Indian Tribes
Alcohol And Substance Abuse Prevention Strategy Among Indians Is Subject Of Two-Day Conference, Oct. 19-20
Assistant Secretary Brown Initiates Improvements In Administration Of Palm Springs Leasing Program
Interior Secretary Lujan Receives Briefing On Terms Of Catawba Settlement With State Of South Carolina
Interior Assistant Secretary O'Neal Announces Regulatory Changes To Streamline Appeals Process
Assistant Secretary Brown Orders Crackdown On Abuses In Indian Housing Program
Three Interior Agencies Jointly Establish New Indian Minerals Service Office
Daniel G. Shillito To Be Field Solicitor At New Interior Department Office In Palm Springs, California
Interior Assistant Secretary Brown Outlines Plan To Improve Management Of Indian Trust Fund
Interior Department, Barron Collier Company Agree To Framework For Completing Phoenix Indian School Land Exchange
Interior Secretary Lujan Appoints Seventh Member To Native American Graves Protection And Repatriation Review Committee
Interior Secretary Lujan Signs Agreement With Fallon Paiute-Shoshone Tribes Of Nevada
Brown Names John W. Tippeconnic Iii As Director Of Education Programs At Bureau Of Indian Affairs
"Year Of American Indian," 1992 Posters To Be Unveiled In Green Bay, Wisconsin, June 23
Interior Secretary Lujan Names Phil Hogen As Director Of Office Of American Indian Trust
Interior Department To Send Notices To Vacate Spaces With Invalid Leases In Mobile Home Park On Indian Land
Interior Assistant Secretary Brown Pledges To Press Indian Trust Reforms As Rapidly As Consultations Will Allow
Interior Secretary Lujan Orders Actions To Better Regulate Gaming On Indian Lands
Interior Secretary Lujan Supports Legal Opinion On Operating Levels Of Bull Lake Reservoir
Bureau Of Indian Affairs Budget Of $1.88 Billion For FY 1993 Strengthens Reforms In Delivery Of Services
Interior Secretary Lujan Focuses On Continued Accomplishments In The Fiscal Year 1993 Budget
Indian, Federal Officials To Meet In Washington, DC Area January 27-29
Assistant Secretary Brown Gives Approval To Amended Constitution Of Sitka Tribe Of Alaska
The White House Conference On Indian Education