Indian Affairs | 1953

1953 Press Releases


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Terms of Three Indian Chiefs Extended
Knute H. Lee Appointed Superintendent of Turtle Mountain Indian Agency
Lnagan, Reid, and Beck Given New Assignments in Indian Bureau
Milis Appointed Chief of Indian Bureau's Branch of Forrest and Range Management
Foster Designated Acting Area Director in Alaska's Indian Bureau
Interior Survey Team Reports on Office Territories
Three Named to Survey Bureau of Indian Affairs Program
Emmons to Visit Tribes in Eleven Western States
Commissioner Emmons to Visit Indian Areas of Wisconsin and Minnesota
Leon V. Langan and Thomas M. Reid Appointed Indian Affairs Consultants
Commissioner Emmons to Visit Oklahoma Indian Areas September 5-11
Fort Berthold Indian Agency Moves to Newtown, North Dakota
Secretary McKay Announces Departmental Dicisions on South Dakota Indian Range Lands
Leroy D. Arnold, Indian Bureau Veteran Retires Peru Farver Transferred to Fort Hall Agency
Indian Bureau Sheep Laboratory Transferred to Agriculture Department
Dr. James Shaw Designated as Indian Bureau Health Chief
Glenn L. Emmons Nominated for Indian Post
Competitive Oil-Gas Sales Benefit Fort Peck Indians
Secretary McKay Directs Withdrawal of Indian Bureau from Texas
Secretary McKay Transfers Indian Hospital to Local Agency
Number of Indian Children Attending Public Schools is Increasing
Largest Oil and Gas Mining Lease Sale Ever Made by the BIA
Beck Named Special Consultant on Indian Affairs
Hopi Farmers get Conservation Award
Greenwood Acting Indian Commissioner
Ralph M. Shane Appointed Superintendent of Fort Berthold Indian Agency
Secretary McKay to Present Human Relations Award
Indian Bureau Moves to Transfer Functions
Navajos Get Employment Opportunities
Secretary Chapman Appoints Oklahoma Seminole Chief