Indian Affairs | 1961

1961 Press Releases


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Jensen Named to New Fisheries Job in Portland Office of Indian Bureau
Indian Land Trust Restrictions Expiring in 1962 Extended 5 years
Nenahnezad School Contract Awarded
Navajo Tribe and Indian Bureau Working to Meet Needs Resulting From Heavy Snowfalls on Reservation
Shonto School Contract Awarded
Agreement Reached with Winston Firm for Gem Plant to Provide Jobs for Indians at Chandler, AZ
Cherokee Indian Named to Indian Arts Board
Navajo Indians to Open Discussions on Land Exchange for Rainbow Bridge Addition
Bennett Chosen Indian Bureau Area Director for Alaska
Indian Land Records for 21 Reservations Shifted From Washington to Area Offices
Contract Awarded for Dilcon School
Isleta Pueblo Indian Named Superintendent of Consolidated Ute Agency
Payton Named Superintendent of Mescalero Indian Agency
Udall to Confer with 13 on Indian Affairs at Phoenix
Maytubby Renamed Chickasaw Governor McIntosh Appointed Principal Chief of Creeks
Development of Both Human and Natural Resources on Indian Reservations
Increases Reported in Indian Enrollment for Higher Education and Tribal Scholarship Aids
Fryer Named Assistant Commissioner for Resources in BIA
Contract Awarded for Crownpoint School
Nash Sworn in as Commissioner of Indian Affairs
Remarks, Secretary of Interior, To Emoployees, BIA
James E. Officer Named Associate Commissioner, BIA
Address by Nash at Annual Convention of the NCAI
Announcing The First Approval of Public Loan to Provide Better Housing for Families on an Indian Reservation
Indian Bureau Officer Assigned to Work With Florida Miccosukee Indians on Economic Development Programs
Oglala Sioux of Pine Ridge Reservation to develop low-rent public housing
Nash Calls fro Stepped-up Development of Human and Natural Resources on Navajo Reservation
Contract Awarded for Wide Ruins School
Nash Speaks at Celebration of Cherokee National Holiday
Frederic Remington Centennial commemorative stamp
Department Supports Bill on Handling of Judgement Funds Awarded to Colville Reservation Tribes
Proclamation Completes Klamath Indian Termination Act
Udall Reports Improved Prospects for Mineral Development on Papago Indian Reservation
Udall Reports Improved Prospects for Mineral Development on Papago Indian Reservation
Interest Rates Lowered on Revolving Loans to Indians
Nash Nominated as Commissioner of Indian Affairs; Crow Appointed Deputy Commissioner
Property Distribution Plans Completed on Six More CA Indian Rancherias
Boyce Named To Develop Indian Arts and Crafts Program at Santa Fe
Cherokee School Contract Awarded
Otto K. Weaver Named to Head Crow Indian Agency
Udall Recommends Bill to Set Up Indian Advisory Board
St. Clair New Papago Superintendent
New Trail for Indians Endorsed by Secretary Udall
Reclamation Awards Contract for Clearing Navajo Reservoir, NM and CO
Mangan Named Assistant Commissioner for Legislation in Indian Bureau
Secretary Udall Launches Study of Indian Rights in Western WA
First Bueau of Indian Affairs Supply Contract Awarded As Set Aside In Labor Surplus Area
Construction on Hogback Unit of Navajo Indian Reservation
Lay To Be New Superintendent at Turtle Mountain Indian Agency
Secretary Udall Favors Bill to Remove Appropriation Limit on Indian Loan Fund
Housing for the Elderly on Pine Ridge Reservation
SD Indian Reservation Road Contracts Awarded
Hobbs to Succeed Arnston at Wind River Indian Agency
New Superintendents Named for Indian Agencies in MN, MT and WA
Uniform Timber Management Practices Adopted
Revocation of Federal Rule Limiting Appearance of Professional Attorneys Before Indian Courts
H. Rex Lee of Indian Bureau Named Governor of American Samoa; Samoan Appointed to Territory's No. Two Post
Navajo Indian Reservation Road Contract Awarded
SD Indian Reservation Road Contracts Awarded
Construction on Severo Ditch of Pine Irrigation Project
Spencer Named As New Superintendent of Fort Hall Indian Agency in ID
Holtz to Replace Foster as Indian Bureau Area Director at Portland
Navajo Road Contract Awarded
Property Distribution Plans Completed for Seven Indian Reancherias in CA
Flandreau Dormitory Contract Awarded
Interior Deparment Opposes Bill Providing Federal Subsidy to States for Law Enforcement on Indian Reservations
Interior Presents Increased Resource Budget
New Assembly Plant Established on Pine Ridge Reservation
Contract Awarded for Haskell Utilities
Bidding on Navajo Oil Leases Totals Over $2,400,000
Indian Task Force Meeting Switched From Prescott to Phoenix
Contract Awarded at Tuba City School
Udall Hails Choice of Indian Bureau School Principal For National Award
Brief Supporting Indian Voting Rights Filed by Secretary Udall
Task Force to Meet With Indians In Seven Western Cities
Indian Bureau Already at Work on Plans to Meet School Needs
Indian Lands on the Colorado Rover Offered for Leasing
Secretary Udall to Protect Indian Voting Rights in Court Action
Royalty Rate Increased for Oil and Gas Leases on Indian Lands
Pact Opens Broad Opportunities for Alaska Natives and American Indians
Navajo Route 1 Contract Awarded
John O. Crow Named Acting Commissioner of Indian Affairs and Member of Advisory Board on Indian Affairs
Approval Given to Final Membership Roll of 631 Catawba Indians
Contract Awarded for Shiprock Water Improvements
Oil Lease Bonus of Nearly One And A Third Million Dollars Received for MT Indian Lands
California Indian Lands Leased for Oil and Gas Development
Interior Department Pushes Program to Help Needy Indians Get More Surplus Food
W.W. Keeler Named Consultant on Indian Affairs
Interior Department Restores 1,161 Acres on Fort Berthold Reservations to Tribal Ownership