Indian Affairs | 2004
Country

2004 Press Releases

Date

Article Title

Interior Department Statement on U.S. Court of Appeals Ruling in Indian Trust Case
President Bush Signs Historic Measure to Provide Key Steps for Indian Trust Reform: Probate and Indian land consolidation tools included in legislation enacted today
Assistant Secretary David Anderson, Sen. Pete Domenici Highlight Records of Achievement and Public Service at National Indian Programs Training Center Groundbreaking and BIA Office Dedication
Assistant Secretary Anderson to be Featured at National Indian Programs Training Center Groundbreaking and Event to Honor New Mexico Sen. Pete Domenici
Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs Anderson to Speak at Lewis and Clark Event in North Dakota
Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs Anderson to Address Attendees at the 61st Annual NCAI Convention
Anderson Announces Funding For Warm Springs Tribes Biomass Demonstration Project Due Diligence Study: Grant supports tribes’ economic and employment efforts through biomass power generation
OIEP Director Edward Parisian to Speak at August 31 Dedication for First Mesa Elementary School on the Hopi Reservation
BIA Education Foundation Renamed as the National Fund for Excellence in American Indian Education
Anderson Names William Benjamin as Regional Director of BIA Great Plains Regional Office
Anderson Confirms Clayton Gregory as Regional Director of BIA Pacific Regional Office
Secretary Norton, Assistant Secretary Anderson Sign Water Rights Settlement for Zuni Tribe
Secretary Norton, Assistant Secretary Anderson to Formalize Zuni Tribe Water Rights Settlement Agreement at July 8 Signing Ceremony
Assistant Secretary Anderson to Speak June 25 at 2004 National UNITY Conference
Martin Issues Final Determination to Decline Federal Acknowledgment of the Webster/Dudley Band of Chaubunagungamaug Nipmuck Indians
Martin Issues Final Determination to Decline Federal Acknowledgment of The Nipmuc Nation
Martin Declines to Acknowledge Golden Hill Paugussett Petitioner as an Indian Tribe
Anderson To Join USFWS 14th Annual Kids Fishing Day: June 5 Event To Kick Off National Fishing Week
Anderson To Speak At “Get Fit With Us” Event June 5: Assistant Secretary to announce BIA initiative for growing healthier Indian communities
Anderson Names Brian Pogue as New BIA Director
Statement Of David W. Anderson, Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs
American Indian Records Repository Dedication Begins New Chapter in Department’s Trust Reform Effort
Assistant Secretary Anderson to Speak May 14 at Haskell Indian Nations University Commencement
Haspel, Anderson and Swimmer to Join National Archives in May 14 Opening of New Indian Trust Records Repository
Assistant Secretary Anderson to Speak May 8 at Sitting Bull College Commencement
Assistant Secretary Anderson to Speak May 7 at United Tribes Technical College Commencement
Bureau of Indian Affairs Law Enforcement to hold 13th Annual Memorial Service for Fallen Police Officers
Assistant Secretary – Indian Affairs David Anderson Encourages Sequoyah High School Students to Make Healthy Choices
Assistant Secretary – Indian Affairs David Anderson to Speak at Sequoyah High School
Anderson Lauds Baca/Dlo’ay azhi School as First “Green” Building in New Mexico and BIA School System: School Receives LEEDTM Certification From U.S. Green Building Council
Anderson to Speak at LEEDTM Certification Ceremony for Baca/Dlo’ay azhi Community School in New Mexico: “Green” certification is first for state and BIA schools
Anderson, Parisian Travel to Great Plains to Meet BIA Students: Senior Indian affairs officials to encourage students to maximize learning, realize potential
Anderson Issues Proposed Finding to Decline Federal Acknowledgment of Burt Lake Band of Ottawa and Chippewa, Inc.
Norton and Assistant Secretary Anderson Announce BIA Schools to Receive $32.4 Million Under No Child Left Behind Act: Education Department funds will go towards improving student reading, school performance and teacher quality starting in FY 2004
Anderson Brings Message of Hope to Chemawa Students: New assistant secretary for Indian affairs seeks to inspire students to realize their potential
Assistant Secretary – Indian Affairs David Anderson to Speak at Chemawa Indian School March 18
Assistant Secretary – Indian Affairs David Anderson Brings Positive Message to Sherman Indian High School
Assistant Secretary – Indian Affairs David Anderson to Speak at Sherman Indian High School
Anderson, Swimmer Testify Jointly on Interior Department’s Trust Initiatives for the 21st Century: Officials confident that soon-to-be completed reorganization of BIA, OST will lead to enhanced services for trust beneficiaries
BIA to Publish Replacement School Construction Priority List
Anderson Commits to Working With Tribes, Supporting BIA Employeesat Public Swearing-In Ceremony With Secretary Norton: New assistant secretary to emphasize front line services to Indian Country
Interior Secretary to Swear In New Assistant Secretary David Anderson on February 23 at Ceremony for Tribal Officials, Departmental Employees
Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary – Indian Affairs Aurene Martin Announces Funding for Tohono O’odham Nation Border Security
Gila River Indian Community To Benefit From Interior Secretary’s Expansion of BIA Indian Land Consolidation Program
BIA Fiscal Year 2005 Budget Request Supports Trust, Indian Education and Law Enforcement Programs
David Anderson Sworn in as Assistant Secretary – Indian Affairs
Martin Issues Final Determination to Acknowledge the Schaghticoke Tribal Nation