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Series 2, Subject Files

Subseries 2, Tribal
Alabama
16 Mowa Choctaw 1985 1989

17 Poarch Creek 1982


Alaska
18 Akiachak 1984

19 "Alaska and the Law of the Sea" 1974

20 Alaska Council of Churches 1960 1962

21-23 Alaska Federation of Natives 1967 1975, 1977-1990


173 1-2 Alaska Legal Services Corporation 1970 1975, 1983

3-4 Alaska Native Brotherhood 1944 1965

5-6 Alaska Native Business Credit Fund 1963 1972

7 Alaska Native Coalition 1986 1988

8 "Alaska Native Land Rights and the American Public:

A Report on the Media" 1969

9 "Alaska Natives and the Law" 1977
174 1 "Alaska Natives and the Law" 1977

2 "Alaska Natives: Confronting the 1990s" 1985

3 Alaska Youth 1958 1960

4-5 Alaskan Association for Native Affairs (formerly Alaska Native

Rights Association) 1962-1963

6 Aleut Relocation 1981 1983

7 Aleutian Islands 1951

8 Amchitka Nuclear Tests 1966 1971

9 "Analysis of Native Economy of the Indians, Eskimos and Aleuts" n.d.

10 Arctic National Wildlife Refuge 1986 1992

11 Arctic Slope Native Association 1966

12 Association of Interior Eskimos 1968 1975



Alaska (Cont'd)
175 1 Association of Interior Eskimos 1976 1982

2-4 Association of Village Council Presidents 1973 1984

5 Atmautluak 1986

6 Background Reading 1942 1961

7 Bennett, Robert L., Area Director, Bureau of Indian Affairs 1961 1962

8-9 Bowhead Whale 1974, 1977


176 1-5 Bowhead Whale 1977-1980
177 1-5 Bowhead Whale 1980-1986, n.d.
178 1 Bowhead Whale Statement by Byler, William 1977

2-4 Bush Justice 1970 1974, 1985-1986, n.d.

5-8 Child Welfare (Including Tribal State Agreement) 1969 1989
179 1 Child Welfare (Including Tribal State Agreement) 1989

2 "A Citizen's Statement on Alaska Native Land Rights" 1970

3-4 Concerned Citizen Correspondence on Native Land Claims 1969 1971

5-6 Cook Inlet Native Association 1971 1975


180 1-2 Cook Inlet Native Association n.d.

3-6 Dena' Nena' Henash/Tanana Chiefs Conference 1962 1967, 1971-1975


181 1-4 Dena' Nena' Henash/Tanana Chiefs Conference 1976-1985, n.d.

5 "The Development of Tribal Courts in Alaska" 1987

6 Economic Development 1963 1967

7 Eklutna 1961

8 Exxon Valdez Oil Spill 1989 1990

9 Fairbanks Conference of Native Organizations 1964


182 1 Fairbanks Native Association 1985 1987

2 Fishing Regulations 1953 1960

3-5 Fur Trade 1981 1984

6-9 Health 1951 1961, 1973-1974, 1980-1984, n.d.


183 1-2 Housing 1949, 1962-1972
Alaska (Cont'd)
183 3 "Housing in Village Alaska: Background and Alternatives" 1971

4-6 Inuit Circumpolar Conference and Alaska Native

Review Commission 1983 1985

7 Inupiat: Kotzebue Conference on Native Rights 1962 1963


184 1 Inupiat: Okakok, Guy 1960 1962

2 Inupiat: Point Barrow Conference on Native Rights 1961

3 Inupiat Associates 1967

4 Inupiat Community of the Arctic Slope 1984

5 Kake 1953

6 King Island 1961 1967

7 Kodiak Area Native Association 1990

8 Koniag 1979

9 Legal Aid 1966 1969

10 Maps 1960 1963

11-12 Metlakatla 1960 1974, 1981

13 Migratory Birds 1961 1967

14 Minto 1963 1965
185 1 Minto 1966 1969

2-4 Mount Edgecumbe High School 1973, 1980-1983

5 Napaskiak 1961

6 National Interest Lands 1978 1982

7 "Native Alaska: Deadline for Justice" n.d.

8 "Native Land Claims in Alaska" 1967

9 Native Land Claims Legal Representation: Goldberg, Arthur J. 1969 1970

10 Native Land Claims Legal Representation: Jackson, Barry W.

and Fenton, Thomas E. 1967 1971
186 1-5 Native Land Claims Publicity 1969-1970
187 1-5 Native Land Claims Publicity 1971-1972, n.d.

6-7 Nenana 1962 1973, n.d.

8 Oral History 1950

9 "A People in Peril" 1988

10 Pribilof Islands 1946 1950

Alaska (Cont'd)
188 1-2 Pribilof Islands 1962 1971, n.d.

3-8 Project Chariot and Point Hope 1957 1963, 1992, n.d.


9 "A Project Proposal for the Development of Natural and Human

Resources in the Bristol Bay Area of Alaska" n.d.

10 "Proposal for Alaska Native Contract Assistance" 1974
189 1 Radiation 1962 1965

2-3 Rampart Dam 1961 1968

4-5 Research Projects 1962 1966

6 Sitka Community Association 1980 1986

7 Statewide Native Conference 1966

8 Stevens 1985 1988


190 1 Tanacross 1965

2 Task Force on Alaska Native Affairs 1962 1963

3-4 Tlingit and Haida 1942 1974, 1989

5 Toksook Bay n.d.

6-8 Trans Alaska Pipeline 1967 1971
191 1-3 Trans Alaska Pipeline 1971-1975

4-6 Tundra Times and Rock, Howard 1962-1976

7 Tundra Times and Richards, Thomas Jr. 1972 1979

8 Tyonek 1961 1972


192 1 Unalakleet 1961 1971

2 Unemployment Compensation 1955

3 United Tribes of Alaska 1983

4 Upper Tanana 1938 1940

5 "The Village People" 1966

6 Village Profiles 1956 1960

7 Yukon Kuskokwim Region 1975 1982

8 Yupik United Tribes 1989 1990

9-11 General 1934 1948
193 1-5 General 1948 1956, 1958-1964

Alaska (Cont'd)
194 1-5 General 1964 1973
195 1-3 General 1973 1989
Arizona
4-7 Ak Chin 1910 1915, 1976-1984, n.d.

8 Apache Water Rights 1977 1978


196 1 Arizona Association of Federally Impacted School Communities 1984 1986

2 Black Mesa 1970 1972

3 Boynton Canyon 1980

4-7 Camp Verde Yavapai Apache 1953 1961, 1981-1991, n.d.

8 Camp Verde Yavapai Apache Constitution 1937

9 Central Arizona Indian Committee and Other Interest Groups 1955 1960


10-12 Central Arizona Tribal Water Rights 1914, 1952, 1966-1974
197 1-6 Central Arizona Tribal Water Rights 1975-1980
198 1-2 Central Arizona Tribal Water Rights 1981 1983, n.d.

3 Central Arizona Tribal Water Rights: Concerned Citizen

Correspondence 1975 1977

4 Crippled Children 1950

5-6 Fort Apache White Mountain Apache 1933 1935, 1955-1970

7-8 Fort McDowell Mohave Apache 1953 1976, 1985-1987

9-10 Fort McDowell Mohave Apache and Orme Dam 1974 1984

11 Fort Mojave 1970 1980

12 Gila River Pima Maricopa 1936
199 1-4 Gila River Pima Maricopa 1936, 1957-1973, 1976-1978, 1980-1985
5-10 Havasupai 1881 1938, 1940-1943, 1950-1957, 1962-1969, 1972-1974
200 1-6 Havasupai 1974-1975
201 1-2 Havasupai 1976 1988, n.d.
Arizona (Cont'd)
201 3 Havasupai: Congressional Comment 1974

4 Havasupai: Editorial Comment 1974

5-6 Havasupai: Education Program 1975 1978, n.d.

7 Havasupai: Land Rights Memoranda 1974

8-10 Havasupai: Land Use Plan 1975 1976, 1979-1982
202 1 "The Havasupai: Prisoners of the Grand Canyon" n.d.

2 Havasupai: Statement on Land Needs n.d.

3-9 Hopi 1923 1925, 1933-1969, 1980-1993, n.d.

10 Hopi Arts and Crafts 1932 1935

11 Hopi Navajo Land Question 1940 1947
203 1-3 Hopi Navajo Land Question 1958 1964, 1978-1987, n.d.

4 Hopi Navajo Relations 1937

5 Hopi Navajo Sanatorium 1933 1934

6 Hopi Sacred Mask Recovery 1989 1990

7 Hopi Tribal Council and Constitution 1936 1956

8 Hotevilla Bacavi Community School 1978 1983

9-10 Hualapai 1949 1974, 1987-1990

11 Hualapai Constitution 1934 1991

12-13 Inter Tribal Council of Arizona 1953 1957, 1975-1980
204 1 Inter Tribal Council of Arizona 1980 1985

2 Pascua Yaqui 1977 1990

3-4 Payson Yavapai Tonto Apache 1971 1974, 1984-1990

5 Pima Aid Appeal 1926

6-7 Pima Maricopa 1951 1963, 1975-1976

8-10 Salt River Land Management Board 1969-1970

11-12 Salt River Pima Maricopa 1937 1938, 1975-1985
205 1-3 San Carlos Apache 1933 1938, 1948-1973, 1976-1988

4-5 San Carlos Apache and Mount Graham 1991 1994

6 San Carlos Apache Constitution 1933 1955

7 San Carlos Apache Elders Survey 1986 1988

8-10 San Carlos Apache Jojoba Project 1976 1981, n.d.
206 1-4 San Carlos Apache Tribal Code 1952 1975, n.d.
Arizona (Cont'd)
206 5 San Juan Southern Paiute 1987

6-7 Tax Liability 1955 1974, n.d.

8-10 Tohono O'odham (Papago) 1933 1939, 1941-1963, 1974-1986
207 1-5 Tohono O'odham (Papago): Education 1965 1970, 1977-1984, n.d.

6 Tohono O'odham (Papago): Health 1951

7 Tohono O'odham (Papago): Water Rights 1976 1982
208 1 Tohono O'odham (Papago): Water Rights 1982 1983

2 Verde Valley School 1949 1951

3 Yavapai Prescott 1980

4-6 General 1951 1965, 1971-1977, 1990-1993


Arizona/California
7-8 Colorado River Tribes 1939, 1957-1960

9-10 Colorado River Tribes and Headgate Rock

Hydroelectric Power Project 1967
209 1 Colorado River Tribes and Headgate Rock Hydroelectric Power

Project 1975 1976


Arizona/New Mexico/Utah
2 Bilingual Education 1941 1948

3-5 Black Mesa Community School 1980 1986

6 Canoncito Career Vocational Program 1974

7-8 Child Welfare 1968 1980


210 1-2 Child Welfare 1983 1985, n.d.

3 Coal Gasification 1974 1976

4-7 Continental Divide High School 1981 1982
211 1-2 Continental Divide High School 1983 1984, n.d.

3 Correspondence With Navajo Chairman 1955 1956

4 Cottonwood Chapter Preschool 1976 1977

5 Declassification of Allotments 1953


Arizona/New Mexico/Utah (Cont'd)
211 6 Dineh Cooperatives 1985

7-8 Drought 1939 1940, 1950-1951

9-11 Education 1933 1936, 1946-1959, 1961-1974
212 1-4 Education 1974 1985, n.d.

5 Educational System Maps n.d.

6 Energy Development Impact 1979

7 Federal Budget Testimony 1984

8 Fort Defiance Boarding School 1959

9 Health 1946 1976


213 1 Health 1979 1987

2 Intermountain School 1953 1956

3 Irrigation 1950 1976

4 Kitsillie Community School Board 1975 1977

5-6 "The Law of the People: A Bicultural Approach to

Legal Education for Navajo Students" 1972

7 Many Farms Project n.d.

8 Maps 1933-1979

9 Mineral Development 1977 1979

10 Museum of Navajo Ceremonial Art 1962

11 Navajo Academy 1986
214 1 Navajo Area School Board Association 1978 1985

2-4 Navajo Boundary Extension 1932 1939, n.d.

5-7 Navajo Community College 1972 1989

8 "Navajo Day School Cost Analysis   A Plan for K 8 Day

Schools on the Navajo Reservation" 1981
215 1-2 "Navajo Day School Cost Analysis   A Plan for K 8 Day

Schools on the Navajo Reservation" 1981

3-4 Navajo Family Farms 1953 1974, 1979-1990

5-6 Navajo Federal Government Relations 1935 1937, 1950

7 Navajo Nation Energy Conference 1977

8-9 Navajo Problems 1940 1941, n.d.

10-11 Navajo Reports 1946 1947, n.d.

12 Navajo Tribal Council 1928 1939


Arizona/New Mexico/Utah (Cont'd)
216 1-2 Navajo Tribal Council 1948 1956

3 Navajo Tribal Council Delegates' Visit 1946

4 "The Navajos and the Land" 1936

5 Oil Leases 1956 1959

6-7 Ramah Navajo School Board 1970 1975, 1984

8 Ramah Navajo Weavers Association 1985 1986

9-10 Roads 1950 1958, 1975-1981

11-12 Rough Rock Demonstration School 1968 1971


217 1 Rough Rock Demonstration School 1982 1986

2 Sarah Lawrence College Navajo Scholarship Plan 1947 1950

3-4 Shiprock Alternative High School 1980 1986

5 Shiprock Early Childhood Development Program 1980 1981

6-9 Uranium 1954 1973, 1977-1983, n.d.

10 General 1932 1936


218 1-5 General 1937 1962
219 1-3 General 1967 1973, 1977-1994, n.d.
California
219 4 Agua Caliente Cahuilla 1958 1969

5 Auburn 1950

6 Berry Creek Tyme Maidu 1985 1987

7 Big Lagoon Yurok Tolowa 1991

8 Cabazon Cahuilla 1991

9 "California Indian Education" n.d.

10-11 California Indian Legal Services 1968 1980, n.d.

12 California Indians' Congress 1955

13 Center for Community Development 1972 1975

14 Chemehuevi 1987 1988


220 1-5 Child Welfare (Including Tribal State Agreement) 1977 1991, n.d.
221 1-2 Claims 1934 1940, 1958-1963

3 Council of California Indians 1950 1956


California (Cont'd)
221 4 Cuyapaipe Diegueno 1973

5-7 Federal Recognition of Tribes 1972, 1985-1992, n.d.

8 Federated Indians of California 1949 1952

9-11 Fort Yuma Quechan 1936 1944, 1954-1959, 1970-1978


222 1 Gasquet Orleans Road 1978

2 Greenville Maidu 1985 1988

3 Guidiville Pomo 1993

4 Health 1959 1969

5-6 Hoopa Valley Hoopa Yurok 1954, 1978-1988

7 Indian Center (Los Angeles) 1951 1961

8 Inyo County 1952

9-10 Ione Miwok 1972, 1989-1994

11-14 Jamul Diegueno 1852 1912, 1960-1979, n.d.

15 Karok 1977 1981

16 Kumeyaay Tribal Council 1973 1974

17-18 Mission Indians 1932, 1951


223 1 Muwekma 1988

2 Nor El Muk Wintu 1992

3 Rincon Luiseno 1952 1975

4 Round Valley Covelo 1981 1990

5 Sacramento Indian Center 1971

6 San Jose Indian Center 1970

7 Shasta County Wintu 1993

8 Torres Martinez Cahuilla 1955 1960

9 Urban Indians n.d.

10 Weitchpec Indian Mainstream Industries 1972 1973

11 XL Ranch Pit River 1957 1959

12-16 General 1925 1926, 1934-1940, 1954-1974, 1978, n.d.


Colorado
17 All Nations Traditional School 1976

18 Denver Indian Center 1986

19 Southern Ute 1935 1936

Colorado (Cont'd)
224 1-2 Southern Ute 1958, 1981

3 Voting Rights 1958


Colorado/New Mexico/Utah
4 Ute Mountain 1956
Connecticut
5-6 Pequot 1953, 1989-1993

7-8 General 1947 1960, 1986-1994


Dakotas
9-13 Black Hills 1957, 1976-1991, n.d.

14 Burial Sites 1988

15-16 Cheyenne River Sioux 1947 1975, 1988-1993
225 1-5 Child Welfare 1967 1978, n.d.

6 Crow Creek Sioux 1951 1962


226 1-6 Devils Lake Sioux 1956 1968
227 1-6 Devils Lake Sioux 1968 1976
228 1-3 Devils Lake Sioux 1977 1990, n.d.

4 Devils Lake Sioux Constitution 1961

5-6 Flandreau Santee Sioux 1955 1967, 1982

7-9 Fort Berthold Three Affiliated Tribes 1949 1974


229 1 Fort Berthold Three Affiliated Tribes 1979 1988

2 Fort Berthold Three Affiliated Tribes and Garrison Dam 1946 1952

3 Fort Berthold Youth Home 1972 1973

4 Grave of Sitting Bull 1953 1954

5-8 Lake Traverse Sisseton Wahpeton Sioux 1952 1972
230 1-5 Lake Traverse Sisseton Wahpeton Sioux 1973 1981

Dakotas (Cont'd)
231 1-5 Lake Traverse Sisseton Wahpeton Sioux 1981-1988, n.d.

6 Lake Traverse Sisseton Wahpeton Sioux Constitution 1966

7 Lake Traverse Sisseton Wahpeton Sioux Gaming Enterprise 1983 1990

8 Lake Traverse Sisseton Wahpeton Sioux Sewing Projects 1985 1987

9 Law and Order 1957 1964
232 1-4 Lower Brule Sioux 1934, 1957-1962, n.d.
5 Native American Women's Health Education Resource Center 1989

6 Oglala Lakota College 1982 1989

7 Oglala Sioux Tribe Crisis Center 1977 1981

8-9 Pine Ridge Oglala Sioux 1949 1957


233 1-5 Pine Ridge Oglala Sioux 1958-1963
234 1-5 Pine Ridge Oglala Sioux 1963 1974, 1977-1992
235 1 Pine Ridge Oglala Sioux n.d.

2 Pine Ridge Oglala Sioux Constitution 1969

3-4 Pine Ridge Oglala Sioux Tribal Council Minutes 1959 1961

5 Rapid City 1950 1957

6-7 Rosebud Attention Center 1972 1979, n.d.
8 Rosebud Attention Center: Delta Marie Home for Indian Children

Feasibility Study n.d.


236 1 Rosebud Attention Center: Delta Marie Home for Indian Children

Feasibility Study n.d.

2-4 Rosebud Sioux 1955 1965, 1970-1976, 1978-1986

5 Rosebud Sioux Constitution 1975

6 Rosebud Sioux Law and Order Code 1969

7-8 Standing Rock Sioux 1951 1975, 1979-1988


237 1-2 Turtle Mountain Chippewa 1953 1974, 1978-1989

3 United Sioux Tribes of South Dakota 1968 1986

4 United Tribes of North Dakota 1964 1973

5 Wawokiyaospaya 1987 1990


Dakotas (Cont'd)
237 6-8 Yankton Sioux 1939, 1956-1961, 1967-1975
238 1 Yankton Sioux 1985 1988

2 Yellow Thunder Camp 1982 1983

3-5 General 1940 1972, 1974-1986
Delaware
6 Nanticoke 1945

7 General 1961


Florida
8 Seminole and Miccosukee 1936 1950
239 1-5 Seminole and Miccosukee 1952 1960
240 1-5 Seminole and Miccosukee 1960-1968
241 1-5 Seminole and Miccosukee 1968 1976
242 1-3 Seminole and Miccosukee 1977 1985, n.d.

4 Seminole Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement 1978


Georgia
5 Eastern Cherokee 1979
Hawaii
6 General 1980 1989
Idaho
7 Child Welfare 1976

8 Coeur D'Alene 1935 1964

9 Delaware 1985
Idaho (Cont'd)
242 10 Fort Hall Shoshone Bannock 1948 1958
243 1-3 Fort Hall Shoshone Bannock 1959 1969, 1978

4 Fort Hall Shoshone Bannock: Cattle 1961 1962

5 Fort Hall Shoshone Bannock: Constitution and Ordinances 1936 1938

6 Fort Hall Shoshone Bannock: Tourism n.d.

7 "Indian Water Rights" 1978

8 Kootenai 1976

9-10 Nez Perce 1951 1975, 1985-1991

11 General 1950 1964


Illinois
12 Chicago 1952 1974

13 Koster Archaeological Site 1971 1978


Indiana
14 Miami 1989 1990
Iowa
244 1-4 Sac and Fox (Mesquakie) 1949 1970, 1973-1976, n.d.

5 Sac and Fox (Mesquakie) Constitution 1937


Kansas
6 Health 1981 1988

7-9 Kickapoo 1954 1959, 1981-1988, n.d.

10-11 General 1952 1961, 1986
Louisiana
12-13 Choctaw 1974 1976, 1978-1984
245 1 Choctaw 1984 1987

2-5 Coushatta 1959, 1972-1979


Louisiana (Cont'd)
245 6-8 Houma 1938 1941, 1960-1964, 1973-1989

9 "A Short History of the Coushattas" n.d.


246 1-2 Tunica Biloxi 1973 1974, 1989-1990

3 General 1950 1973


Maine
4-5 Aroostook 1970 1975, 1988

6 Child Welfare 1973 1976

7 Passamaquoddy 1951 1975

8 Penobscot 1957 1962

9 Teaching and Research In Bi Cultural Education, Inc. 1970 1971

10 Voting Rights 1953 1957

11 General 1951 1976
247 1 General 1977 1980
Massachusetts
2 Boston Indian Council 1987

3 Deer Island 1993

4-5 Gay Head Wampanoag 1980 1989, n.d.

6-7 Mashpee 1954 1960, 1978


Michigan
8 Child Welfare 1963 1981

9 Federal Recognition of Tribes 1986 1989

10-11 Hannahville Potawatomi 1949 1951, 1974

12 Huron Potawatomi 1973 1974

13 Keweenaw Bay Chippewa 1955 1972

14 Lac Vieux Desert Lake Superior Chippewa 1975

15 Northern Michigan Ottawa Association 1971

16 General 1950 1963


248 1 General 1966 1974

Minnesota
248 2-3 Bois Forte (Nett Lake) Chippewa 1958 1962, 1981-1985

4-7 Child Welfare 1972 1974, 1976-1978, 1985-1987

8-10 Chippewa 1934 1938, 1951-1976, 1988-1989

11 Leech Lake Chippewa 1969 1974

12-13 Mille Lacs Chippewa 1963, 1993

14 Onigum 1952

15 Pipestone 1993
249 1 Red Lake Chippewa 1949 1975

2 Upper Midwest American Indian Center 1986 1988

3-4 Upper Sioux 1956 1958, 1980

5 White Earth Chippewa 1984 1989

6 Wild Rice 1955 1956

7-9 General 1929, 1949-1986


Mississippi
10-12 Choctaw 1949 1963, 1967-1970
250 1-3 Choctaw 1971 1976, 1980-1986, n.d.
Missouri
4 Northern Cherokee 1983 1988
Montana
5 Badger Two Medicine 1989

6 Billings American Indian Council 1973

7-9 Blackfeet 1936 1957
251 1-5 Blackfeet 1958 1969
252 1-3 Blackfeet 1970 1988, n.d.

4 Blackfeet Community Free School 1976 1977

5 Blackfeet Wood Cutting Project 1976 1986

6 Blackfeet Youth Animal Husbandry Project 1972 1974


Montana (Cont'd)
252 7-8 Busby School of the Northern Cheyenne Tribe 1978 1983

9-10 Child Welfare 1970 1974, 1985-1987


253 1-2 Crow 1948 1974, 1986-1988

3 Crow and Yellowtail Dam 1955 1959

4 Cut Bank Boarding School 1950 1951

5 Disabled Indians 1962 1966

6-7 Flathead Salish and Kootenai 1927 1943, 1953-1976

8 Flathead Salish and Kootenai and Knowles Dam 1960 1963

9-10 Fort Belknap Gros Ventre and Assiniboine 1950 1976, 1987
254 1-2 Fort Peck Assiniboine Sioux 1953 1973, 1986-1990

3 Fort Peck Assiniboine Sioux Star Quilts 1969

4 Investigation into Complaints of Northern Cheyenne 1958

5 Issiwaun 1988

6 Landless Indians 1942 1970

7 Law and Order 1954 1961

8 Little Shell Chippewa 1981 1987

9-10 Montana Inter Tribal Policy Board 1951 1970, 1985

11 Montana United Scholarship Service 1986

12 Native Action 1993

13 Northern Cheyenne 1949 1957
255 1-5 Northern Cheyenne 1958-1961
256 1-5 Northern Cheyenne 1962-1965
257 1-5 Northern Cheyenne 1965-1971
258 1-2 Northern Cheyenne 1978 1993, n.d.

3 "Northern Cheyenne History: From the Far North to Montana" 1992

4 Northern Cheyenne Originals 1966 1968

5 Notes on Northern Cheyenne by La Verne Madigan n.d.

6 "Profile of the Montana Native American" 1974

7 Red Thunder 1991 1993

8-9 Rocky Boy's Chippewa Cree 1955 1973, 1987-1990

10-11 St. Labre Indian School 1964 1978, n.d.


Montana (Cont'd)
258 12 Surplus Commodities 1958 1961

13 Tongue River Railroad Extension 1989 1992

14 General 1950 1972
Nebraska
259 1 Law and Order 1957 1962

2 Macy Industries 1975

3-9 Omaha 1915, 1949-1950, 1957-1959
260 1-5 Omaha 1960-1965, 1970-1975, 1993, n.d.

6 Omaha and Blackbird Bend Controversy 1975

7 Omaha Winnebago Boundaries 1959 1960

8-9 Ponca 1962, 1990

10-11 Santee Sioux 1959, 1986

12 Santee Sioux Youth Animal Husbandry Project 1976 1982


261 1-2 Winnebago 1950 1975, 1979-1986

3 General 1944 1963


Nevada
4 Duck Valley Shoshone Paiute 1975 1979

5-7 Duck Valley Shoshone Paiute and Wildhorse Reservoir 1978 1984

8-9 Duckwater Shoshone 1973 1974, 1981

10 Elko Te Moak Shoshone 1957

11 Ely Shoshone 1987 1990

12-14 Fallon Paiute Shoshone 1939, 1961-1977


262 1 Fallon Paiute Shoshone 1978

2-3 Fallon Paiute Shoshone: Historical Documentation 1887 1958

4 Fort McDermitt Paiute Shoshone 1955 1964

5 Law and Order 1959 1960

6 Moapa Paiute 1979

7-10 Pyramid Lake Paiute 1937 1939, 1942-1967


263 1-6 Pyramid Lake Paiute 1967 1970, 1974-1975, 1978-1985
Nevada (Cont'd)
264 1 Pyramid Lake Paiute 1985 1988

2 Reno Sparks Washoe and Paiute 1960

3-4 Walker River Paiute 1960, 1984

5-6 Western Shoshone 1960, 1990

7 Yerington Paiute 1978

8-11 General 1939, 1953-1964, 1973-1976, n.d.


Nevada/Utah
12 Goshute 1961 1962
New Mexico
13 Albuquerque Area Indian Health Board 1986

14 All Indian Pueblo Council 1955 1979

15 Child Welfare 1974 1986

16 Condemnation of Pueblo Lands 1959


265 1-5 Eight Northern Indian Pueblos Council 1967 1975, 1985-1991

6 Gallup Indian Community Center 1953 1960

7 Jemez Mountains 1984 1987

8 Jicarilla Apache 1930 1937


266 1-2 Jicarilla Apache 1937 1969, 1984-1985

3 Law and Order 1962

4-5 Mescalero Apache 1936 1961, 1988

6 Mescalero Apache Health 1962

7 Oke Oweenge Arts and Crafts Cooperative 1973 1985
8-11 Pueblo 1924 1947, 1956-1971, 1981-1982, n.d.

12 Pueblo Education 1933 1970


267 1 Pueblo Education 1980 1990

2-3 Pueblo of Acoma 1928 1974, 1987-1989

4 Pueblo of Cochiti 1959 1965

5-6 Pueblo of Isleta 1940 1965, 1987

7-8 Pueblo of Laguna 1949 1959, 1978-1979

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