Indian Affairs | 1997
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1997 Press Releases

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Assistant Secretary Gover Commends Passage Of Chippewa And Ottawa Indians Of Michigan Judgment Fund Settlement
BIA Declines Recognition to Alabama Group Mobile - Washington County Band of Choctaw Indians of South Alabama
Secretary Babbitt Selects Robert T. Anderson to be Counselor to the Secretary
BIA Delivers New Funds To Small And Needy Tribes To Strengthen Tribal Governments And Operations
Cherokee Nation Of Oklahoma Resumes Law Enforcement Functions
Tribal Governments And The Bureau Of Indian Affairs Launch Counterattack-Winter Storm In The Dakotas
American Indian Tribes Benefit From High Tech Assistance For Natural Resource Planning And Management
Tribal Sovereign Immunity In Jeopardy
BIA Proposes Federal Recognition For Michigan Group Match-E-Be-Nash-She-Wish Band Of Pottawatomi Indians Found To Meet Criteria
Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Ada E. Deer Praises Rejection of Tribal Taxation
Statement By Assistant Secretary For Indian Affairs Ada E. Deer Proposals To Tax Indian Tribes Violate Tribal Sovereignty...
Secretary Babbitt Asks Congress To Transfer Parcels Of Federal Land To Several California Tribes
Ada E. Deer Announces A Summer Plan For Action
Internet Access Imminent For American Indian Students
Law Enforcement Program Of The Cherokee Nation Of Oklahoma Assumed By The Bureau Of Indian Affairs
Statement Of Secretary Babbitt On Release Of Strategic Plan By Special Trustee For Indian Affairs
Statement of Ada E. Deer, Assistant Secretary- Indian Affairs on the Death of Thomas Richard Tippeconnic
$34,615,385.00 Is Available In Business Loan Guarantee Authority For American Indian Entrepreneurs
Public Comment Sought On Proposal To Expedite Alaska Native Allotment Applications
BIA Proposes Recognition To Western Washington Group Cowlitz Indian Tribe Found To Meet Criteria
Special Assistant to the Secretary Faith Roessel Resigns
M. Franklin Keel, Esq. Appointed Director, Eastern Area Office Bureau Of Indian Affairs
BIA 1998 Budget Supports Local Tribal Programs And Education
Winter Storm In The Dakotas-A Disaster Tribal Governments And The Bureau Of Indian Affairs Launch Counterattack
Winter Storm In The Dakotas-A Disaster Tribal Governments And The Bureau Of Indian Affairs Launch Counterattack
Assistant Secretary For Indian Affairs Ada Deer Announces Resignation; Secretary Babbitt Notes Accomplishments