Indian Affairs | 1986

1986 Press Releases


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Garrett Named Director Of Bureau Of Indian Affairs Administration Office
Bureau Of Indian Affairs Grant Launches $2.5 Million Fishermen's Corporation
Agreement Signed For Reclamation Of Jackpile Mine In New Mexico
Christie Named Acting Director Of New Office Of Alcohol And Substance Abuse In Washington
Draft Report Recommends Closure Of Phoenix Indian School At End Of Current School Year
1985 Mineral Revenues Report Available Now From Minerals Management Service
BIA Assistant Director Of Education Moves Office Closer To Service Area
Arizona Indian Tribe Gets $30 Million Settlement
Assistant Secretary Swimmer Signs Flathead Contract
New BIA Superintendents Named At Colorado River And Truxton Canon Agencies
Interior Approves First Tribal Water Code Since 1975
Contract Awarded For BIA Financial Trust Services
Swimmer Awards Contracts To Stimulate Economic Development On Indian Lands
BIA, IHS Launch Attack On Drug Abuse, Other Health Problems
Hodel Vows Active Support By Interior In President's War On Drugs
Statement By Ross Swimmer, Assistant Secretary For Indian Affairs, On The Navajo-Hopi Resettlement Issue
BIA Law Enforcement Officers Begin Campaign Against Reservation Drugs
Administration Accepts Animas-La Plata Cost Sharing
Interior Secretary Approves Moving BIA's Northern California Agency
Parker Is Named Area Director In BIA’s Muskogee, Oklahoma Office
Assistant Secretary Says July Deadline For Navajo Relocation No Longer Valid
Swimmer To Make 15-Day Trip To Indian Country
BIA Seeks Proposals For Model Indian Business Development Centers
Royalty Data System Now Accessible To States, Indians
Agency Superintendents To Receive Training In Washington
Interior Issues Guidelines For Review Of Tribal Bingo Management Contracts
Interior Plans To Contract For Management Of Indian Trust Funds
Assistant Secretary Announces Four-Deputy Organization For Indian Affairs
Swimmer Appoints Woman As Liaison With Field Offices, Tribes
Interior Announces Policy On Taking Indian Lands Into Trust
Bureau Of Indian Affairs 1987 Budget Request Is $923.7 Million
Top Program Directors For Indian Affairs Appointed By Assistant Secretary with Indian News Notes Vol. 10 No.4