Indian Affairs | 1966

1966 Press Releases


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Indian-Made Christmas Decorations Displayed in Interior Lobby
Federal Supervision Terminated at Greenville Rancheria, CA
Job Training and Related Services for MS Choctaws
Statement by Commissioner of Indian Affairs on Distribution of Judgement Funds to Creek Indians
Industrial Leaders to Meet with Udall on Indian Development
Transfer of Indian Agency Superintendents Announced
BIA Awards 2 Contracts to Train Indian Workers
More Hours, Additional Stock Necessary for Popular Eskimo Exhibit
Assistant Area Director Named for Navajo Education
New Building for Indian School at Concho, OK
Remarks by Bennett, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, at the NCAI Conf
Indian Bureau Employee Receives $1,500 Superior Performance Award
Eskimo Arts and Sculpture Readied for Interior Galleries
Federal Supervision Ends for NE Poncas
Appointmes Announced in Indian Bureau's Legislative Liaison Office
New Booklet Series Describes American Indian Life
Federal Supervision Terminated at Blue Lake Rancheria, CA
BIA Fills 2 Vacant Superintendencies
Indian Timber Sales Increase by $2 M in One Year
Regional Indian Meetings Set to Plan New Legislation
Eastern Navajo Reservation Will Get New Elementary School
Indian Art Exhibited in Edinburgh and Berlin
Electronics Industry Expanding on Navajo Reservation
BIA Enlarges Power Plant at Point Barrow, AK
Newsbriefs from the BIA
New Company on MT's Crow Reservation to Double Employment
Hopi Indians Sign Contract with BVD for $1.5 M Plant in Winslow, AZ
New Children's Book on Indians and Eskimos Now Available
The Seneca Indians Go Modern and Like It
Fort Sill Indian School, OK to Get New Facilities
New Director Named for Albuquerque Indian School
Investment in Recreation Offered by Cochiti Tribe
Newsbriefs from the BIA
Will Rogers, Jr. Appointed Consultant to Indian Bureau
3 CA Rancherias Terminated
Bennett Named Indian of the Year
Two Contracts Awarded for Indian Road Projects
Newsbriefs from the BIA
BIA Contracts Totaling $348,800 Awarded for Reservation Roads
BIA Shifts Four Career Employees
Indians of AZ is Latest in Popular BIA Series
DOI Issues New Regs Governing Use of Northwest Indian Fishing Sites
BIA Awards Contract for Road Project on ID Reservation
Improved Road to Open Scenic Section of UT Indian Reservation
FL Seminole Indians Lease Land for Elections Plant
BIA Shifts 3 in Field Office Positions
New BIA Booklet Tells About AK Native Peoples
BIA Will Improve Road to Kahneeta Resort on OR Indian Reservation
Interior Amends Federal Regulations to Implement Preparation of Tribal Rolls for Tlingit and Haida Indians
Newsbriefs for the BIA
Personnel Changes Announced by BIA
New Roads Make New Horizons for Navajo Indians
3 High Posts Filled in Indian Bureau Reorganization, Udall Announces
BIA Awards Contract for School at Tyonek, AK
Hoss Cartwright and F Troop's O'Rourke Give Free Time to Promote Indian Reservations
Electronics Industry Representatives Meet with Udall on Indian Employment
Indian Dance Drama to Open at Carter Barron With Cast of 75
Travelers to DC can Enjoy Festival of Amican Indian Dances First Week in June
Transfer of Federal Water Pollution Control Administration to DOI is Effected
Contract Awarded for Road Improvement on Warm Springs Reservation
Sec Udall Predicts Record-Breaking use of Interior Recreation Spots
Newsbriefs from the BIA
Remarks by Robert L. Bennett Commission of IA, before the Indian Rights Assiciation
Address of Secretary Udall at Wastern Governor's Conf
DOI Awards Contract to Expand Sanostee School for Navajos
Adoptions of Indian Children Increase
BIA Awards Contract for Cibecue, AZ School
New Exhibit to Open in DOI Art Gallery April 18
Interior Dept Honors 43 for Outstanding Federal Service; AK Resident Given Valor Award for Rescue Attempt
Interiot Acts to Secure Hopi Rights
See America First - With the First Americans
Udall Congratulates White Mountain Apaches for Primitave Area Action
New Indian School t be Built at Cottonwood, AZ
Resignation of Philleo Nash as Commissioner of IA Announced
Newsbriefs from the BIA
BIA Naces Dibbern to Head its MO River Basin Studies
Blackfeet Indians of MT Head for Chicago
Baldwin New Director for BIA Area Office in Portland, OR
BIA Announces Appointment of Miccosukee and Red Lake Chippewa Agency Heads
Creek Indian Appointed to Head Haskell Institute
Rural Indians Lead in Anti-Poverty War
Around the World with Indian Art
Four More California Ranchers Terminated
Indians on NC Traces Remarkable Saga
Newbriefs from the BIA
New Indian School to be Built at Dilcon, AZ
Indian Claims Commission Awards over $65.8 M to Indian Tribes in 1965
OK Booklet Spearheads New Series
Udall Supports Petition by Flathead Indians to Compel MT Power Company to Maintain Proper Amortization Reserves at Kerr Project
Fillers from the BIA