Indian Affairs | 1981

1981 Press Releases


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BIA Publishes Rules On Mohave Enrollment
Watt Conveys 23,000 Acres On Admiralty Island To Native Alaskan Corporation
No Significant Impact From Proposed Seminole Oil-Gas Project, BIA Says
John W. Fritz Named Indian Affairs Deputy Secretary
Bureau of Indian Affairs Schedules Meetings On Hoopa Reservation Fishing
Interior Official Schedules Meetings On Klamath Fishing
BIA Publishes Rules On Mohave Enrollment
Smith Pledges Indian Involvement Through Consultation Process
Budget Cuts Should Not Affect Quality Of Indian Education, Smith Says
Paxton Appointed To Indian Education Position
Secretary Watt, Assistant Secretary Smith Visit Navajo Reservation
Establishment Of Reservation For Upper Skagit Tribe Is Announced
Cherokee Indian Appointed Director Of Public Affairs For BIA
Future Of BIA Schools In Alaska Will Be Discussed With Washington Officials
BIA Area Directors For Sacramento, Phoenix Are Announced
Stock Reduction Efforts In Navajo-Hopi Area To Begin Again
Interior Official Announces Plans For Reagan Indian Policy
Statement Of Progress Issued At The Third Meeting On Michigan Indian Fishing Rights
Tribes Have Primary Responsibility For Reservation Programs, Assistant Secretary Says
Reclamation Contract Awarded For Motors To Drive Central Arizona Project Pumps
Interior Grants Funds To Indian Tribe For Conversion To Trap Net Fishing
Commission On Fiscal Accountability Of Energy Resources To Hold First Meeting In Washington-Final Member Named To Panel
Secretary Watt Names Commission To Probe Losses In Mineral Royalties
Interior Opens Fishing Season Early For Indians
Watt Approves Move Of Indian Art School
Sampsel Appointed Deputy Assistant Secretary For Indian Affairs
Computerized System Will Speed Delivery Of Social Services To Indians
Oregonian Becomes Nation's Top Indian Official
Lestenkof Named To Head BIA In Alaska
Statement Of Progress Issued Following Meeting On Michigan Indian Fishing Rights
150,000 Acres Of Timberland Purchased For Maine Indian Tribes
Strong Stable Tribal Governments Stressed At Smith Confirmation Hearings
Payton Detailed To Washington To Serve As BIA Acting Deputy Commissioner
BIA Announces New Superintendents For Northern Cheyenne And Laguna Agencies
Kenneth L. Smith, Western Tribal Leader, To Be Nominated Assistant Interior Secretary
Mississippi Sioux Judgment Fund Payment Will Be Made To Eligible Indians
Fiscal 1982 Budget Amendments For Indian Affairs Programs Detailed
Interior Announces Budget Cuts Of $383 Million In Fiscal 1981 And $877 Million In Fiscal 1982
Interior Secretary Watt Realigns Programs, Stresses Management Improvement And Stewardship In Initiating Deep Budget Cuts
Jollie Selected As TMC Coordinator
McDonald Becomes Superintendent At Northern Idaho Agency
Interior, Defense, Agriculture, And Tennesee Valley Authority Issue Proposed Regulations To Implement The Archaeological Resources Protection Act
BIA Budget Request For 1982 Is $1.055 Billion
Regulations Will Govern Tribal Constitutional Elections
Commissioner Hallett Sets Forth Anti-Deficiency Policy
Regulations Governing Businesses On Indian Reservations Are Published
First TMC Manager Selected
Parton Named Superintendent For Jicarilla Agency
Fredericks Issues Update Report On SCRD