Indian Affairs | 1978

1978 Press Releases


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Forty Indian Groups Petition For Federal Status 1As Tribes
Andrus Orders 25,000 Acres Restored To Quechan Indians' Reservation
Indian Education Groups Will Meet In Salt Lake City
O'Connor Named Superintendent At Yankton Agency
Barlow Appointed Director of Indian Education
Whitesell Detailed To Billings Area Director Post
Louise Perkins, Tribal Government Worker, is Buried
Interior Announces Easement Regulations To Assist In Speeding Native Land Conveyances
Artichoker To Head BIA National Training Center Feasibility Study
Canan To Be Project Manager For the Assistant Secretary's Management Improvement Project -Field Operations
BIA Publishes Regulations For Adult Education
Interior Takes Steps to Bring Order to Hoopa Valley Reservation
Mayotte Appointed Superintendent of BIA's Minnesota Agency
Implementation of New Indian Education Act Has Begun
Ridley Appointed to BIA Central Office Post
McCabe Named President of Indian Technical School
Seneca Named Acting Deputy Commissioner of Indian Affairs
Gerard Announces Deputy's Return to Reservation Base
Alaska Lands Draft Supplemental Impact Statement Released
Gerard Announces Actions To Improve BIA Management
$700,000 Study Approved For Coal Surface Mining on Indian Lands
Interior Department Cancels Closure of Klamath River Indian Salmon Fishery
Price, Waterhouse Wins BIA Project Integrity Bid
BIA To Honor Senator, Businessman For Contributions to Indian Economic Development
Reclamation Awards $34 Million Contract for Havasu Pumping Plant
Interior Secretariat Reviews Indian Affairs Reorganization Plan
Regulations for Eastern Creek Roll Published
Enrollment Regulations For Chippewas Published
Secretary Andrus to Visit Klamath River Next Week
Andrus To Visit Northwest In September
Observer Team Named To Monitor Enforcement of Fishing Restrictions on Klamath River in California
Regulations Governing Recognition of Indian Tribes Are Published
Weller Appointed Superintendent At Hoopa Agency
Pine Ridge Superintendent Transferred to Avoid Conflict of Interests Situations
Impact Statement on Transfer of Land to Navajos Available
Bradley Appointed BIA Superintendent In Nebraska
Traversie Named Cheyenne River Superintendent
Interior-California Announce Curtailment of Fishing On Klamath River
Changes In Self-Determination Act Regulations Published
Department-California Interim Management Plan Agreement on Klamath River Fishing Announced
Award For Sioux Lands Is Not Settlement Of Black Hills Claim
Plan For Distribution Of Creek Judgment Funds Published
Claudeen Arthur Named Field Solicitor in window Rock, AZ
Elected Tribal Leaders Meet With Vice President
Regulations On Acquisition of Trust Land For Indians Are Published
Cayuga, St. Regis Mohawk Settlement Panels To Resume Work
BIA Will Poll Osage Indians On Tribal Government
Occupancy Requirement For Alaska Native Allotments Being Review
Gerard Makes Navajo Reservation Appointments
Interior Trying Two-Level Effort To Restore K1amath Trinity River Fishery
New Regulations Provide Additional Fishing Time For Eight Tribes
Nutrition Program For Elderly in JUA Announced
Final Rules Being Published on Alaska Native Disenrollment
Top Indian Affairs Official Rates Water Policy a Plus For Reservation Development
Papago Mining Project EIS Now Available
President’s Water Policy Message Sent to Congress
Plan For Use of Colville, Nez Perce Funds Approved
Proposed Regulations Governing Recognition of Indian Tribes Are Published
Indian Affairs Head Names Trust Resources Specialist
Special Legislative Assistant To Indian Affairs Head Named
Interior Department Seeks Comment On Easement Regulations
Eskimos Visit 200 Congressional Offices To Tell Impact Of Legislation on Village Alaskans
Dam Safety Program Advanced By Interior's BIA BuRec
Chippewa Named Director of Indian Technical Assistance Office
Indian Bureau Appoints Demery as Minneapolis Area Director
Interior Reports Understanding Reached To Avoid Exceeding Quota For Bowhead Whales
Indian Affairs Head Initiates Action To Resolve Oneida
Regulations Governing Assignments of Alaska Native Fund Interests Are Being Published
Fort Berthold Judgement Plan Being Published
Enrollment Regulations For Chippewas Published
Study of Tribal Courts Published
Task Force Formed To Develop Legislative Settlement For Catawba Indian Land Claims
1978 American Indian Calendar Published
Solicitor Says U.S. Has Criminal Jurisdiction On Reservations Where Tribes Do Not
Distribution Plan For Funds Awarded To Potowatomi Nation Being Published
Task Force Reports to Secretary on BIA Reorganization
Rules Proposed For Revised Program on Removal of Ineligibles From ANCSA Rolls
BIA Publishes Proposed Changes to Self-Determination Regulations
Bigjim Named BIA Superintendent at Bethel
Brown Appointed Fort Defiance Agency
Thompson Named BIA Assistant Area Director
BIA Pub1ishes Revised Rules Concerning Public School Construction on Reservations
Mills Appointed BIA Albuquerque Area Director
Indian Affairs Head Disappointed By Supreme Court Ruling
Regulations Governing Assignments of Alaska Natives Fund Interest Are Being Published
Proposed Siletz Enrollment Regulations Published
Secretary Andrus Announces Completion of Alaska Native Claims Act Policy Review
Alaskan Woman Named Special Assistant To Interior Official
BIA Asks For $62 Million Increase For 1979
Indian Affairs Deputies Are Appointed
Secretary Andrus Requests Extension of 1977 Emergency Drought Act
Regulations Define Indian For Purposes of Employment Preference
Seneca Named BIA Trust Responsibilities Head
Secretary Andrus Proposes Lewis and Clark Trail as Nationa1 Historic Trail
Andrus Urges Senate Committee To Adopt Recommendations For 92 M Acres of New Parks and Refuges in AK
BIA Task Force Announces Field Meetings
Bureau of Land Management Proposes Land Withdrawal in New Mexico
Show Cause Order Issued To Coal Companies on Crow Leases
Indian Group Sets Goals For White House Program On Libraries