Indian Affairs | 2009
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2009 Press Releases

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Echo Hawk Announces BIA Law Enforcement's 2009 "Don't Shatter the Dream" Mobilization
January 2010 Schedule for DOI Tribal Consultation Meetings on a Department-wide Tribal Consultation Policy
Department of the Interior Proposes to Acknowledge the Shinnecock Indian Nation of New York as an Indian Tribe
Echo Hawk Names Allison SIPI President
Echo Hawk Addresses BIE Summit on School Safety
Secretary Salazar, Attorney General Holder Announce Settlement of Cobel Lawsuit on Indian Trust Management.
Secretary Salazar, Attorney General Holder To Make Major Announcement
December Schedule for DOI Tribal Consultation Meetings on a Department-wide Tribal Consultation Policy
CORRECTED COPY 11/27/09: Interior to Develop New Tribal Consultation Policy
Native American Heritage Day Today
Interior to Develop New Tribal Consultation Policy
Echo Hawk Announces National Honors for SIPI Professor
Echo Hawk Announces Launch of New Effort to Aid Indian Country in the Fight Against Drunk Driving
Conference Call on White House Tribal Nations Conference
Interior Finds Insufficient Evidence to Acknowledge the Little Shell Tribe of Chippewa Indians of Montana
Secretary Salazar Announces $47 Million More under Recovery Act to Improve Water Supplies for Indian Tribes
President Obama Announces Tribal Nations Conference
Echo Hawk to Speak at NCAI’s 66th Annual Convention and Trade Show
Echo Hawk Announces Organizational Realignment Within the Office of the Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs
Salazar Launches Partnership with All-American Rhodes Scholar Myron Rolle for Innovative Health Program at Indian Schools
Salazar, Echo Hawk and Football Star Myron Rolle to Announce Innovative Health Program to Indian Schools
Echo Hawk, Navajo Nation Officials Together at Groundbreaking Ceremony for Phase II of Rough Rock Community School Replacement Project
Echo Hawk Announces Indian Education Renewable Energy Challenge for BIE High School and Tribal College Students
Assistant Secretary Echo Hawk to Attend Ceremonial Groundbreaking for ARRA-Funded Replacement Project at Historic Rough Rock Community School
Assistant Secretary Echo Hawk Underscores President Obama’s Message of Working Hard and Setting Educational Goals to BIE Students at Theodore Jamerson Elementary School
Assistant Secretary Echo Hawk to Visit Theodore Jamerson Elementary School to View President Obama’s “My Education, My Future” Address
Assistant Secretary Echo Hawk to Visit Theodore Jamerson Elementary School to View President Obama’s “My Education, My Future” Address
Assistant Secretary Larry Echo Hawk’s Statementon the Passing of Senator Edward M. Kennedy
Secretary Salazar, Top Interior Policymakers Visit Navajo Nation, Confer with President Shirley & Other Nation Officials
Secretary Salazar, Solicitor Tompkins, Assistant Secretary Echo Hawk to Visit Navajo Nation, Confer with Tribal Officials, Hold Media Availability with Navajo President Shirley
Skibine Issues a Proposed Finding Against Acknowledgment of the Brothertown Indian Nation
Echo Hawk Issues Reservation Proclamation for the Match-e-be-nash-she-wish Band of Pottawatomi Indians of Michigan, aka, Gun Lake Tribe
BIE, HINU Partner to Develop New Learning Model to Benefit Haskell Students
Secretary Salazar Announces New Policy to Report on Indian Trust Fund Operations, Receipts and Payments
Echo Hawk Names Del Laverdure to Deputy Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs Post
Echo Hawk Announces Additions to Immediate Staff
Historic Swearing-in Ceremony for Larry Echo Hawk as Interior’s 11th Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs
Secretary Salazar to Conduct Ceremonial Swearing-in of Larry Echo Hawk as Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs
Federal Agents Bust Ring of Antiquity Thieves Looting American Indian Sites for Priceless Treasures
Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs Larry Echo Hawk Moves Quickly to Begin Addressing Indian Country’s Needs
Larry Echo Hawk Officially Sworn In as Interior’s New Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs
Salazar Applauds Senate’s Confirmation of Larry Echo Hawk as Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs
Secretary Salazar Lauds Senate’s Approval of Larry Echo Hawk as Interior’s Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs
$12 Billion Interior Budget Focuses on New Energy Frontier, Climate Impacts, America’s Treasured Landscapes, a 21st Century Youth Conservation Corps, and Native American Communities
Secretary Salazar Announces $500 Million in Indian Country Economic Recovery Projects
Secretary Salazar to Visit North Dakota, Meet State and Tribal Leaders, Announce Indian Affairs Economic Recovery Projects
Secretary Salazar Lauds President’s Intent to Nominate Larry EchoHawk as Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs
Secretary Salazar Announces Web-Based Clearinghouse to Simplify Energy Permitting on Tribal Lands
Secretary Salazar: Recovery Plan to Create Jobs, Stimulate Economic Activity in Indian Country
Secretary to Address National Congress of American Indians and Council of Energy Resource Tribes
Interior Department Statement on Carcieri Court Decision
Skibine Announces New Effort to Recruit, Train Next Generation of Tribal Energy, Natural Resource Management Professionals
Salazar to Hold Media Roundtable on How Interior Will Implement Economic Recovery Plan
Secretary Salazar’s Statement on Crow Chairman Carl Venne
Skibine Announces Three BIE SES Career Appointments
Secretary Salazar Pledges to Restore Trust, Strengthen Tribal Sovereignty, Promote Sustainable Economic Development
Secretary Salazar to Testify on Indian Affairs at Senate Hearing
Graduation Ceremony for Latest Class of IEED-UA Pilot Project Trainees to be Held January 16 in Phoenix