Indian Affairs | 1974

1974 Press Releases


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BIA Portland Office Gets New Assistant Director
Phoenix Indian School Superintendent is Named
Eastern Cherokees Search for Tribal Membership
Fund Distribution Plan for Fort Berthold Indians Published
Washoe Fund Distribution Plan Published
Seneca Fund Distribution Plan Published
Housing Improvement Program Regulations Published
BIA Changes Structure in Nevada
Contracts Awarded for Papago Products
Proposed Regulations for Revising Menominee Roll are Published
Colville Chairman Named Superintendent
Morton Receives Indian Award
Choctaw Indian Named Muskogee Area Director
Executive Assistant to Indian Commissioner Named
Charles W. James, Choctaw Indian, Named Anadarko, Oklahoma, Area Director Bureau of Indian Affairs
Jeff Muskrat Names Superintendent, Cherokee Agency, Bureau of Indian Affairs
Indian Students Get Bill of Rights
$5 Million in Road Building Contracts on Navajo Reservation Will Link Many Farms and Rough Rock, Arizona, and Complete New Mexico Crossing
Over $90,000 in Tribal Government Development Program Contracts Awarded by BIA in Great Lakes Area
Proposed Regulations for Indian Financing Act; Act of 1974 Being Published
James J. Thomas Named Employment Assistance Officer, Bureau of Indian Affairs Cleveland, Ohio
Frankie E. Paul Named Superintendent, Tuba City Agency, Arizona, Bureau of Indian Affairs
Amon A. Baker Named Superintendent, Sequoyah High School, Tahlequah, Okla. BIA
Regulations to Govern Johnson-O'Malley Program of the Bureau of Indian Affairs Published in the Federal Register
Decision Results in Chemehuevi Tribe Ownership of Shoreline Section on Colorado
Over $982,000 in Johnson-O'Malley Contracts Awarded by Bureau of Indian Affairs in Great Lakes Area
Tetlin Village Alaska, Qualified for Tribal Government Development Money of Bureau of Indian Affairs
$1.4 Million Road and Bridge Project for Duck Valley Indian Reservation in Nevada-Idaho
Alph H. Secakuku Named Superintendent, Hopi Agency, Arizona, Bureau of Indian Affairs
Trio of Bureau of Indian Affairs Posts in Alaska Filled
Three Top Men Named to BIA Pacific Northwest Agency
Francis E. Briscoe Named-Area Director, Portland Area Office, Bureau of Indian Affairs
Intermountain Bureau of Indian Affairs Boarding High School, BrighamCity, Utah to Become Intertribal
Robert R. Nathan Associates Chosen to Conduct Alaska 2 (c) Studies
Alton R. Nordwall, Chippewa Indian, Named Assistant Area Director, Minneapolis Area Office, Bureau of Indian Affairs
Opening Remarks of Secretary of the Interior Morton at News Conference National Press Club Washington, DC
A History of Indian Policy Published by BIA
$1.1 Million Stretch of Road on Yakima Indian Reservation Will Improve Access to Mount Adams Recreational Area
Jose A. Zuni, Isleta Pueblo Indian, Named Director of Administration, BIA
Dr. Clennon E. Sockey, Oklahoma Choctaw Indian, Named Director of Indian
Morton Announces Decision on Northern Cheyenne Coal Lands
Indian Financing Act Proposed for Full Funding
Secretary Announces Two Decisions Supporting Indian Rights
Clarence Antioquia, Tlingit Indian, Named Area Director, Juneau Area Office, BIA
Bureau of Indian Affairs Names Theodore C. Krenzke, Superintendent Cherokee
American Indian Calendar Guide to Unique Events
Bureau of Indian Affairs Lets $2.2 Million Contract for Surfacing 25 miles of Road on the Papago Indian Reservation
$2.5 Million Stretch of Road on Navajo Indian I Reservation to Bring Public Closer to Lake Powell Recreation Area
Martin E. Seneca, Jr., Seneca Indian, Named Director, Trust Responsibilities, BIA
James P. Howell Named Superintendent, San Carlos Agency, Arizona, BIA
Robert P. St. Arnold Named Liaison Officer, BIA Syracuse, New York
Karen Ducheneaux Named Special Assistant to Commissioner of Indian Affairs
$250 million in Credit for Indians and Grants of Up to $50,000 to Indian Small Businesses Made Possible by Indian Financing Act
Daniel D. McDonald, Flathead Indian, Named Director, Tribal Resources Development, BIA
Elmer Compton, Former Rosebud Sioux Councilman, Becomes Superintendent, BIA Rosebud Agency
Loren J. Farmer, Blackfeet, Named Superintendent of BIA Yankton Agency, South Dakota
Turtle Mountain Chippewa Indian Becomes Superintendent of BIA Crow Agency Montana
American Indian Children in New Mexico and South Dakota Get BIA Day Schools at Cost of $9 Million
Indian Committee, Individual, Receive Indian Leadership Awards from Commissioner of Indian Affairs
Two Indians Given Awards as Part of National Action For Foster Children Week
Bureau of Indian Affairs Area Officials Meet In Albuquerque to Discuss Energy Conservation
Hoopa Valley Tribe of Northwestern California to Display Culture, Community Progress in Washington, D.C. March 13
$3 Million Contract Let for Another Link in A1l-Weather Road for Eastern Part of Navajo Rsvn.
Huron Band of Potowatomi of Battle Creek, II Michigan, Talk About Getting BIA Services
Menominee Indians Urged to Participate in First Election Since Restoration to Federal Status
Ignatius L. Billy Named Personnel Director, BIA
Remarks of Under Secretary of the Interior John C. Whitaker at Press Briefing on the Indian Budget
Statement by Commissioner of Indian Affairs Morris Thompson
5,280 Acres of South Dakota Gunnery Range Offered for Private Ownership
Gila River Indian Reservation, Arizona, Gets $1.33 Million Bureau of Indian Affairs Elementary School
Streamlined Indian Claims Settlements Announced By Commissioner Thompson
Commissioner of Indian Affairs Morris Thompson Makes First Two Executive Appointments, Both Indian, One a Woman
Regulations Proposed to Assure Indian Pupils In Public Schools Get Best Johnson-O'Malley Program and the Money Intended
Regulations Published to Implement New Act Affecting the use or Distribution of Indian Judgement Funds
First Step to Restoring Menominee Indian Tribal Government Scheduled Jan 19
Commissioner of Indian Affairs Morris Thompson Consults with National
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