Indian Affairs | 1972

1972 Press Releases


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Richmond, VA. Junior ROTC Presents $200 to Interior Official in Washington, DC for Navajo Indians
Regulations Issued To Govern Distribution Of Judgment Funds For Delaware Tribe Of Indians And The Absentee Delaware Tribe Of Western Oklahoma
BIA Back In Full Operations
Resignation of BIA Commissioner Louis R. Bruce Announced
Fourteen Athletes To Be Inducted Into American Indian Athletic Hall Of Fame
Commissioner Of Indian Affairs Compliments Salt River Indian Community On Planning Award
Jim Thomas, Winnebago Reservation, Named Special Assistant To Commissioner Of Indian Affairs
Final Regulations Officially Establishing Reservation Acceleration Program Forwarded For Publication In Federal Register
Creek Nation Of Oklahoma To Begin Per Capita Payment Of $4.9 Million Judgment Award
Changes Proposed To Remove Time Limit For Enrollment With The Eastern Band Of Cherokee Indians Of North Carolina
Creek Indian Woman Named Congressional Fellow
Southern Ute Indian Tribe Presents Tribally Authored History To Commissioner Of Indian Affairs
Commissioner Bruce Speech For NCAI Convention
Crow Indians Off To Europe To Bring Back Tourists For Package Tour Of Indian Reservations
Salt River Indian Community Gets American Institute Of Planners Meritorious Program Award
National Tribal Chairmen's Association
Remarks Of William L. Rogers, Deputy Assistant Secretary Of The Interior For Indian Affairs At The Osage Tribal Centennial Celebration
Navajo-Hopi Boundary Dispute
Creek Indians, Invited, To Macon Georgia Fly To Macon, France
Navajo Indian Reservation Road Contract Awarded
New Indian Land Areas Maps Help Tourists, Industrialists, Interested In Indians
Secretary Morton Completes Withdrawal Of Almost 79 Million Acres For Study As Potential Additions To National Park, Forest, Refuge And Rivers Systems
Francis E. Briscoe Named Assistant Director Of BIA Portland Area Office
Leroy W. Chief To Be Superintendent Of BIA Wahpeton (N.D.) Indian School
Jerome F. Tomhave Named Superintendent Of BIA Southern California Agency
First Army Junior ROTC Unit At All-Indian School Installed At Lawton, Oklahoma
Remarks By William L. Rogers, Deputy Assistant Secretary Of The Interior For Indian Affairs, At Fort Sill Indian School, Lawton, Oklahoma
Contracts For $7.6 Million For Navajo Indian Reservation Roads And Bridge Let By Bureau Of Indian Affairs
Regulations Issued To Govern Distribution Of Judgment Funds For Miami Indians Of Oklahoma And Indiana
Three Exhibitions Of Indian Artwork Hailed By Morton
Kenai Native Association To Acquire Wildwood Air Force Station In Alaska
Morton Cites Progress In Achieving Indian Self-Determination
Remarks Of The Secretary Of The Interior Rogers C.B. Morton Before The Fairbanks Chamber Of Commerce, Fairbanks, Alaska
Alaska Pipeline In Best National Interest, Secretary Morton Emphasizes
Secretary Morton In Alaska To Prepare For Major Land-Use Decisions Due In September
BIA Scholarships Enable 11 American Indians To Join Scientific Expeditions
Contracts For Indian Goods And Services By BIA Total $29.5 Million In Fiscal Year 1972
Remote Eskimo Village Becomes Proving Ground For Federal Environmental Policy
Statement By Commissioner Of Indian Affairs Louis R. Bruce Before The National Archives Conference On Research In The History Of Indian-White Relations
Indian Elders To Hold Second Conference On Traditional Indian Education
Bureau Of Indian Affairs Offers Support To South Dakota Flood Rescue Effort
Airlines’ Travelers Can Now Roll Up In Indian Blankets
Interior Urges Road Aid For Indian Lands, National Parks, Public Lands And Territories
First Three Regional Corporations Approved By Interior Under Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act
Revised Mining Exploratory And Development Regulations On Federal And Indian Lands Approved
New Bureau Of Indian Affairs Agency At Ramah, New Mexico
Publication Of Roll For Northwestern Band Of Shoshone Indians
Indians, Eskimos, Aleuts Rush For Homesteads In Alaska
Statement By Secretary Of The Interior Rogers C.B. Morton Concerning Application For A Trans-Alaska Pipeline Right Of Way
Rogers C. B.. Morton Announced Decision To Grant Right-Of-Way Permits For The Proposed Trans-Alaska Pipeline
Donald I. Morgan Named Superintendent Of Crow Creek Agency, BIA, in SD
Northeast Southeastern Indians Get Contract To Operate Employment Assistance Center
Northeast Region Advisory Unit First Of National Park Service
Regulations Issued For Preparation Of Roll Of Northwestern Band Of Shoshone Indians
Commissioner Bruce Directs Establishment Of Navajo-Hopi Reconnaissance Patrol
Court Test Sought To Determine Water Rights Of Pyramid Lake Indians
National Park Service To Help Tribes Provide Public Campgrounds
Satellite Data To Help Indian Reservations Development
Federal Agencies Act To Restore Buffalo To Montana Reservation
Environmental Controls Spelled Out In Added Documents For Navajo Powerplant
Enrollment Deadline Extended For Pembina Chippewa Indian Claims Payment
First 28 Indian Tribes Selected For Interior's Reservation Acceleration Program
Regulations Issued for Preparation Of Alaska Native Roll
Alaska Public Land Withdrawals To Be Announced March 15; Environmental Statement On Alaska Pipeline To Be Filed March 20
Secretary Morton Expresses Concern Over Fatal Incident At Gordon, Nebraska
Interior Official To Answer Questions From Individual Natives In Anchorage Meeting Next Tuesday
Regulations Proposed for Preparation of Alaska Native Roll
25 Tribes to Begin Management Program
Interior Approves $228.977 In Federal Grants For Two New Mexico Indian Recreation Projects
Flore Lekanof Named Director, Alaska Native Affairs, for BIA
Interior To Discuss Native Claim Plans With Alaska Officials
Interior Emphasizes Environmental Efforts In 1973 Budget Request
Remarks By The Secretary Of The Interior Rogers C.B. Morton At Big Cypress, January 5, 1972