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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
OTHER DOCUMENTS AND PUBLICATIONS
1851, 1874, 1877, 1882, 1884, 1889-1891, 1894-1895, 1901-1902, 1904-1905, 1907-1975, 2003, n.d.

Index to Publications in Native America Collections

Caution: Some monographic titles and runs of serial titles in this series are not entered into the Index to Publications in Native America collections.


Series Box Folder Folder Title
16-1-4 - - Addresses
16-1-4 1 1
R.A. Allen, The Indian--Federal and State Responsibility, August 10, 1915, Conference of Indian Workers, San Francisco
16-1-4 1 1
Edgar B. Meritt, The Government's Handling of Indian Affairs, 1926, Phoenix Indian School, Phoenix, Arizona
16-1-4 1 1
Ray Lyman Wilber, Two Years of the Department of the Interior, 1929-1931, May 2, 1931, National Radio Forum, Washington, D.C.
16-1-4 1 1
Charles J. Rhoads [untitled], May 19, 1932, Indian Committee of the National Conference of Social Work, Philadelphia
16-1-4 - -
W. Carson Ryan, Jr.
16-1-4 1 1
Special Capacities of American Indians, August 23, 1932, International Congress of Eugenics, New York City
16-1-4 1 1
[untitled], November 14, 1932, WRC Radio Network, Washington, D.C.
16-1-4 1 1
Social and Educational Implications of the Navajo Program, May 25, 1934, National Conference of Social Workers, Kansas City
16-1-4 1 1
Robert T. Lansdale, The Place of the Social Worker in the Indian Service Program, May, 1932, National Conference of Social Work, Philadelphia [published in Hospital Social Service, 27 (1933): 96]

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Series Box Folder Folder Title
16-1-4 - - Addresses, continued
16-1-4 - -
John Collier
16-1-4 1 1
[untitled], June 13, 1933, National Conference of Social Work, Detroit
16-1-4 1 1
[untitled], July 7, 1933, Program of the Returned Students, Fort Wingate, New Mexico
16-1-4 1 1
[untitled], March 22, 1934, Bacone College, Muskogee, Oklahoma
16-1-4 1 1
Does the Government Welcome the Indian Arts?, May 14, 1934, American Federation of Arts, Washington, D.C.
16-1-4 1 1
The Papago Mineral Question in Relation to the Wheeler-Howard Indian Bill, May 31, 1934
16-1-4 1 1
[untitled], February 6, 1937, Bacone College, Muskogee, Oklahoma
16-1-4 1 1
The Indians and the Government in the Southwest, October 18, 1937, Southwest District of Kiwanis International, Clovis, New Mexico
16-1-4 1 1
Man Can Half Control his Doom, May 21, 1942, Seminar on Research into Indian Education, Santa Fe Indian School, Santa Fe
16-1-4 1 1
Ward Shepard, Land and Self-Government for Indians, May 24, 1934, National Conference of Social Workers, Kansas City
16-1-4 1 1
Allan G. Harper, Is the Proposed New Program, as Embodied in the Wheeler-Howard Bill, Desirable and Feasible?, May 24, 1934, National Conference of Social Workers, Kansas City

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Series Box Folder Folder Title
16-1-4 - - Addresses, continued
16-1-4 - -
William E. Warne
16-1-4 1 1
The Public Share in Indian Assimilation [leaflet], January 6, 1948, Home Missions Council of North America, Buckhill Falls, Pennsylvania [leaflet]
16-1-4 1 1
Indian Rights and their Protection [leaflet], January 27, 1949, Indian Rights Association, Philadelphia
16-1-4 1 1
Urges Fair Deal for Indians, April 6, 1949, WTOP Radio, Washington, D.C.
16-1-4 1 1
[untitled], April 9, 1949, Institute on Indian Self-Government, Association on American Indian Affairs, New York City
16-1-4 1 1
[untitled], June 24-July 4, 1949, Inter-American Conference on Indian Life, Cusco, Peru
16-1-4 1 1
[untitled], March 10, 1950, New Mexico Indian Affairs Association, Santa Fe
16-1-4 1 1
John H. Provinse, The Withdrawal of Federal Supervision of the American Indian, April 15, 1947, National Conference of Social Work, San Francisco
16-1-4 1 1
Theodore H. Haas, The Indian -- The Oldest Skeleton in Uncle Sam's Closet, June 17, 1948, Oklahoma Field Staff of Extension Division, Chilocco Indian School, Chilocco, Oklahoma
16-1-4 1 1
John R. Nichols, [untitled], March 14, 1950, Governors' Conference on Indian Affairs, St. Paul

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Series Box Folder Folder Title
16-1-4 - - Addresses, continued
16-1-4 1 2
Dillon S. Myer [untitled], July 25, 1951, National Congress of American Indians, St. Paul
16-1-4 - -
Glenn L. Emmons
16-1-4 1 2
The Outlook for the American Indian, May 5, 1954, Association of American Indian Affairs, New York City
16-1-4 1 2
The Job Ahead in Indian Administration, August 13, 1954, Seminar at Intertribal Indian Ceremonial, Gallup, New Mexico
16-1-4 - -
Philleo Nash
16-1-4 1 2
[untitled], January 8, 1963, Education Conference, Washington, D.C.
16-1-4 1 2
Equal Employment Opportunity in the Bureau of Indian Affairs, October 29, 1963, Equal Employment Opportunity Conference, Department of the Interior, Washington, D.C.
16-1-4 1 2
The War Against Poverty -- The American Indian [leaflet], February 12, 1964, Abraham Lincoln Centre, Chicago
16-1-4 1 2
The Indian Bureau and the War Against Poverty [leaflet], June 18, 1964, Conference of Superintendents, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Santa Fe
16-1-4 1 2
Education -- The Chance to Choose [leaflet], June 18, 1965, Fort Lewis College, Durango, Colorado
16-1-4 1 2
American Indians and the American Society [leaflet], June 29, 1965, Fisk University, Nashville

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Series Box Folder Folder Title
16-1-4 - - Addresses, continued
16-1-4 - -
Robert L. Bennett
16-1-4 1 2
Government Policies and Programs, Indian Responsibilities, and the Role of Indian Interest Organizations [leaflet], July 4, 1967, National Fellowship of Indian Workers, Estes Park, Colorado
16-1-4 1 2
American Indian -- A Special Minority [leaflet], June 29, 1967, Oneida Indians of New York, Syracuse
16-1-4 1 2
Indian Prospects for the Future [leaflet], July 29, 1967, Oneida Indians of New York, Syracuse
16-1-4 1 2
Responsibilities of Indian Youth, August 24, 1967, National Indian Youth Council, Ponca City, Oklahoma
16-1-4 1 2
[untitled], September 4, 1967, Choctaw People, Talihina, Oklahoma
16-1-4 1 2
Agency Action -- Community Response, September 14, 1967, South Dakota Welfare, Health and Rehabilitation Conference, Huron, South Dakota
16-1-4 1 2
1968 and Beyond, October 5, 1967, National Congress of American Indians, Portland, Oregon
16-1-4 1 2
American Indian Problems -- State and Local Implications, October 18, 1967, Governors' Interstate Indian Council, Reno
16-1-4 1 2
Partnership for Indian Progress, March 29, 1968, Idaho Indian Conference, Boise

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Series Box Folder Folder Title
16-1-4 - - Addresses, continued
16-1-4 - -
Robert L. Bennett, continued
16-1-4 1 2
Federal Indian Policy -- Past, Present and Future, June 12, 1968, University of Utah, Salt Lake City
16-1-4 1 2
The Future and the First Americans, September 24-27, 1968, National Congress of American Indians, Omaha
16-1-4 1 2
Hubert Humphrey [untitled], September 9, 1967, Navajo Fair, Window Rock, Arizona
16-1-4 1 2
Joseph M. Montoya [untitled], October 16, 1965, Constitution signing Ceremony of All-Pueblo Council, Santo Domingo Pueblo, New Mexico
16-1-4 1 2
Charles N. Zellers, Zap, June 3, 1968, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff
16-1-4 - - Advisory Council on Indian Affairs
16-1-4 1 3
Indian Policies, Comments on the Resolutions of the Advisory Council on Indian Affairs, Hubert Work, 1924
16-1-4 1 3
Minutes of Meetings, 1923-1924
16-1-4 1 4 Alaska, Annual Report of the Governor of, J87 .A41, 1920, 1922, 1927-1929, 1931
- - -
Maps appended in -- Annual Report of the Governor of Alaska, 1918-1920, 1935 -- see -- Series 13 Maps

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Series Box Folder Folder Title
16-1-4 - - Black Education
16-1-4 - -
Statistics of Education of the Negro Race..., David T. Blose
16-1-4 1 5
1925-1926, 1928, Bulletin No. 19
16-1-4 1 5
1927-1928, 1930, Pamphlet No. 14
16-1-4 1 5
Bibliography on Education of the Negro, Comprising Publications from January, 1928 to December, 1930, Ambrose Caliver, 1931, Bulletin No. 17
16-1-4 - - Board of Indian Commissioners
16-1-4 1 6
[untitled] Merrill E. Gates to Board of Indian Commissioners [published letter], 1911
16-1-4 - -
Bulletins
16-1-4 1 6
Pueblo Indians [typescript], 1918, Bulletin 54
16-1-4 1 6
Returned Students [typescript], 1918, Bulletin 55
16-1-4 1 6
Soboba Indians [typescript], 1918, Bulletin 56

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Series Box Folder Folder Title
16-1-4 - - Board of Indian Commissioners, continued
16-1-4 - -
Bulletins, continued
16-1-4 1 6
Returned Students [typescript], 1918, Bulletin 57, 59 (Part 1-4)
16-1-4 1 6
Crow Indians [typescript], 1918, Bulletin 58
16-1-4 1 6
Minutes -- Portland Meeting [typescript], 1918, Bulletin 61
16-1-4 1 7
Report on the Flathead Indian Agency, Montana [typescript], Hugh L. Scott, 1920, Bulletin 125
16-1-4 1 7
[untitled] [typescript], 1920, Bulletin 126
16-1-4 1 7
Report on the Indians of Western Washington [typescript], Malcolm McDowell, 1920, Bulletin 127
16-1-4 1 7
Report on the Chippewa Indians of Minnesota [typescript], Malcolm McDowell, 1920, Bulletin 129
16-1-4 1 7
[untitled] [typescript], 1921, Bulletin 130
16-1-4 1 7
Giving the Indian his Rights [typescript], 1921, Bulletin 131 [reprint from the Oregonian (Portland, Oregon)]

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Series Box Folder Folder Title
16-1-4 - - Board of Indian Commissioners, continued
16-1-4 - -
Bulletins, continued
16-1-4 1 7
Indian Appropriation Act for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1922 (Act of March 3, 1921) [typescript], 1921, Bulletin 132
16-1-4 1 7
[untitled] [typescript], 1921, Bulletin 133, 134, 136
16-1-4 1 7
Report of the Field Investigation of the Indian Service by House Committee on Indian Affairs [typescript], 1921, Bulletin 137
16-1-4 1 7
Indian Committees of Congress [typescript], 1921, Bulletin 139
16-1-4 1 7
Releasing Indians from Government Supervision [typescript], 1921, Bulletin 138, 140-141, 143-145, 147, 150, 152
16-1-4 1 7
Indian Legislation [typescript], 1921, Bulletin 146, 148
16-1-4 1 7
Report on Schools and Agencies in Eastern Oklahoma [typescript], Samuel A. Eliot, 1921, Bulletin 149
16-1-4 1 7
Report on the Lake Superior Chippewa Indians in Wisconsin and Michigan [typescript], George Vaux, Jr., 1921, Bulletin 151
16-1-4 1 7
Report on the Fort Totten Indian School and the Devils Lake Reservation, North Dakota [typescript], Malcolm McDowell, 1921, Bulletin 154

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Series Box Folder Folder Title
16-1-4 - - Board of Indian Commissioners, continued
16-1-4 - -
Bulletins, continued
16-1-4 2 1
Bulletins, 1924, 1927, 1931
16-1-4 - -
Reports
16-1-4 2 2
Report on Menominee Indian Reservation, Edward E. Ayer, 1914
16-1-4 2 3
The Administration of Indian Affairs in Canada, Frederick H. Abbott, G-125,1915
16-1-4 2 4
1915, 1918
16-1-4 2 5
1921, 1924, 1929
16-1-4 2 6
Compilation of Bulletins and Reports, 1924, 1927-1929

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Series Box Folder Folder Title
16-1-4 - - Bulletins
16-1-4 3 1
1889, 1913-1914, 1916-1919, 1921
16-1-4 3 2
1920-1924
16-1-4 3 3
1925-1930, 1932, n. d.
16-1-4 3 4 Calhoun, Official Correspondence of James S., 1915
16-1-4 - - Circulars
16-1-4 3 5
1874, 1882, 1891, 1895, 1901, 1904, 1906, 1911-1912, 1920-1925
16-1-4 4 1
1927-1930
16-1-4 4 2
1931-1933
16-1-4 4 3
1934-1935
16-1-4 4 4
1936-1940
16-1-4 4 5
1941, 1943-1946, 1948-1950
16-1-4 4 6
1951, 1953, 1956-1957, 1950s, 1963-1966, 1969, 1974

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Series Box Folder Folder Title
16-1-4 - - Constitutions and Charters
16-1-4 4 7
Alaska, 1939-1941
16-1-4 5 1
Arizona-Minnesota, 1936-1942
16-1-4 - -
1988, Constitution of the Pascua Yaqui Tribe
16-1-4 5 2
Montana - New Mexico, 1935-1942
16-1-4 5 3
Oklahoma - South Dakota, 1935-1940, 1942
16-1-4 5 4
Texas - Wisconsin, 1936-1942
16-1-4 5 5 Cooperatives For Indians, pamphlets 1-18, 1938 [no. 1 = 2 pamphlets with different titles and content]
16-1-4 5 6 Education For Action, Willard W. Beatty, 1944

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Series Box Folder Folder Title
16-1-4 6 1 Education For Culture Change, Willard W. Beatty, 1953
16-1-4 - - Fact Sheets
16-1-4 6 2
1910
16-1-4 6 3
1924-1925, 1932, 1934, 1938, 1961, 1963-1965, 1974, n. d.
16-1-4 6 4 The Five Civilized Tribes, Report of the Superintendent for, 1913-1915, 1918
16-1-4 6 5 Fundamental Education In An Amerindian Community, Pedro T. Orata, 1953
16-1-4 6 6 Indian Arts and Crafts Board, Smoke Signals, nos. 47-48 (winter-spring, 1966), nos. 50-51 (fall-winter, 1966)
16-1-4 - - Indian Education
16-1-4 6 7
1936-1944
16-1-4 6 8
1945-1950, 1953-1966

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Series Box Folder Folder Title
16-1-4 - - Indian Handcrafts Series
16-1-4 7A 1
Number 4, Seneca Splint Basketry, Marjorie Lismer, 1941
16-1-4 7A 2
Number 9, Blackfeet Crafts, John C. Ewers, 1945
16-1-4 - - Indian Life Readers
16-1-4 7A 3
Alaska Series: Igloo Tales, Edward L. Kiethahn, 1944
16-1-4 - -
Navajo Series
16-1-4 7A 4
Little Herder in Autumn, Aek'eedgo Na'nilkaadi Yazhi, Ann Clark, 1940, 1 item
16-1-4 7A 5
Little Herder in Winter, Haigo Na'nilkaadi Yazhi, Ann N. Clark, 1940, 1 item
16-1-4 7A 6
Little Herder in Spring, Ann N. Clark, 1940, 1 item
16-1-4 7A 7
Little Man's Family, dine yazhi ba'alchini, pre-primer, primer and reader, Ann N. Clark, 1940, 3 items [paperback]
16-1-4 7A 8
Little Man's Family, dine yazhi ba'alchini, pre-primer, primer and reader, Ann N. Clark, 1940, 3 items, 1 each [hard bound]
16-1-4 7A 9
Who Wants to be a Prairie Dog? Haisha Taa K'ad Dloo Silii?, Ann N. Clark, 1940, 2 items [1 paperback, 1 hard bound]

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Series Box Folder Folder Title
16-1-4 - - Indian Life Readers, continued
16-1-4 7A 10
Pueblo Series: Little Boy with Three Names, Stories of Taos Pueblo, Ann N. Clark, 1940, 1 item
16-1-4 - -
Sioux Series
16-1-4 7B 1
The Pine Ridge Porcupine, Wazi Ahanhan P'ahin K'un He, Ann N. Clark, 1940
16-1-4 7B 2
There Still are Buffalo, Ann N. Clark, 1942, reprint 1966, PS3553.L375 S4313 1996
16-1-4 7B 3
The Slim Butte Raccoon, Paha Zizipela Wic˜iteglega Kin, Ann N. Clark, 1942, reprint 1994, PS3553.L375 P3413 1994
16-1-4 7B 4
Bringer of the Mystery Dog, Sunka wan Wakan Agli Kin He, Ann N. Clark, 1943, reprint 1996, PS3553.L375 S8613 1996
16-1-4 7B 5
The Grass Mountain Mouse, He P'eji It'unkala Kin, Ann N. Clark, 1943, reprint 1995, PS3553.L375 S4313 1995
16-1-4 7B 6
The Hen of Wahpeton, Unjincila Wahpet`un Etanhan Kin He, Ann N. Clark, 1943, reprint 1995, PS3553.L375 U5413 1995
16-1-4 7B 7
Sioux Cowboy, Lakota Pteole Hokisila, Ann N. Clark, 1945
16-1-4 7B 8
Singing Sioux Cowboy, Lakota Pteole Hoksila Lowansa, Ann N. Clark, 1947, reprint 1995, PS3553.L375 L3413 1995

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Series Box Folder Folder Title
16-1-4 - - Indians at Work, P-0259
16-1-4 7B 9
1933
16-1-4 8 1-3
1934
16-1-4 8 4-5
1935
16-1-4 9 1
1935
16-1-4 9 2
1936
16-1-4 9 3
1937
16-1-4 9 4-5
1938
16-1-4 9 6-7
1939
16-1-4 10 1
1940
16-1-4 10 2
1941, 1943
16-1-4 10 3
1944-1945

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Series Box Folder Folder Title
16-1-4 10 4 Indian Service In Service Training Schedules, 1909, 1937-1939, 1941, 1947, 1950
16-1-4 10 5 Laws of the United States Relating to Indian Affairs, Robert F. Thompson, 1884
16-1-4 10 6 Laws Relating to the Department of the Interior, 1908, 1920
16-1-4 11 1 Laws Relating to the Five Civilized Tribes In Oklahoma, 1890-1914, 1915
16-1-4 11 2 National Indian Institute Publications, 1942-1943
16-1-4 - - News Releases
16-1-4 11 3
1924-1926, 1928
16-1-4 11 4
1931-1935
16-1-4 11 5
1936-1938
16-1-4 11 6
1939-1940
16-1-4 11 7
1941-1943

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Series Box Folder Folder Title
16-1-4 - - News Releases, continued
16-1-4 12 1
1946-1948
16-1-4 12 2
1949-1950
16-1-4 12 3
1951-1953
16-1-4 12 4
1954-1955
16-1-4 12 5
1956
16-1-4 12 6
1957-1958
16-1-4 12 7
1961-1964
16-1-4 12 8
1965

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Series Box Folder Folder Title
16-1-4 - - News Releases, continued
16-1-4 13 1
1966
16-1-4 13 2
1967-1968
16-1-4 13 3
1969-1970
16-1-4 13 4
1971-1972
16-1-4 13 5
1973-1974, n. d.
16-1-4 - - Pamphlets
16-1-4 13 6
1891, The Political Status of the Indians
16-1-4 13 6
n.d. (ca. 1911), Indian Lands for Sale under Government Supervision
16-1-4 13 6
n.d. (ca. 1911), Trachoma: Management and Treatment among Indians
16-1-4 13 6
1916, Indian Babies, How to Keep Them Well

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Series Box Folder Folder Title
16-1-4 - - Pamphlets, continued
16-1-4 13 6
1917, Hatak-upi-humma Ulla Ya, Apesuchi Aiulhpiesa Hq Haknip Ut Hochukma Chi Hoke = Indian Babies, How to Keep Them Well [Choctaw]
16-1-4 13 6
1917, Tuberculosis among Indians
16-1-4 13 6
1917, Hichushi-Ililli (Tuberculosis) Tatak-upi-humma Okla Aiitintakla Ya Aiasha = Tuberculosis among Indians [Choctaw]
16-1-4 13 6
1923, Some Memoranda concerning American Indians, Malcolm McDowell
16-1-4 13 6
1928, The Havasupai Indian Agency, Arizona
16-1-4 13 6
1929, General Data concerning Indian Reservations
16-1-4 13 6
1930, Revised Specifications for Indian Homes and Improvements
16-1-4 13 6
1932, Sha-che-ba-wega-cola
16-1-4 13 6
1933, Our National Indian Problem and the Chief Factors in Its Solution
16-1-4 13 6
1933, Indian Population

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Series Box Folder Folder Title
16-1-4 - - Pamphlets, continued
16-1-4 13 6
1934, Kiowa Indian Recipes
16-1-4 13 6
1938, Suggested Books for Indian Schools
16-1-4 13 6
1940, Indians of Southern California, Ruth Underhill; Sherman Pamphlets, No. 2
16-1-4 13 7
1945, Indians in the War: Burial of a Brave, E98.W2 U53 1945
16-1-4 13 7
1947, Home Care of the Tuberculous in Alaska, Paul and Paul
16-1-4 13 7
1947, How Well are Indian Children Educated?, Shailer Peterson
16-1-4 13 7
1948, "The People," A Study of the Navajos, George I. Sanchez
16-1-4 13 7
1948, You asked about the Navajo!
16-1-4 13 7
1959, Answers to your questions on American Indians
16-1-4 13 7
1963, Answers to Questions about the American Indian
16-1-4 13 7
1963, The Navajo

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Series Box Folder Folder Title
16-1-4 - - Pamphlets, continued
16-1-4 13 8
1964, The Indian Industrial Development Program, A New Industrial Opportunity
16-1-4 13 8
1966, American Indian Industrial Development
16-1-4 13 8
1966, Indians of the Dakotas
16-1-4 13 8
1966, Indians of the Great Lakes Area
16-1-4 13 8
1966, Indians of Montana Wyoming
16-1-4 13 8
1966, Indians of the Northwest
16-1-4 13 8
1968, Answers to your questions on American Indians
16-1-4 13 8
1969, Indian and Eskimo Children
16-1-4 13 8
FY 1971, Statistics concerning Indian Education
16-1-4 13 8
1974, Famous Indians: A Collection of Short Biographies

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Series Box Folder Folder Title
16-1-4 - - Pamphlets, continued
16-1-4 13 8
1981, BIA Profile: The Bureau of Indian Affairs and American Indians
16-1-4 13 8
1984, American Indians: U.S. Indian Policy, Tribes and Reservations, BIA: Past and Present, Economic Development
16-1-4 14 1 Periodical Reprints and Single Issues, 1909, 1923, 1925- 1926, 1930-1931, 1934, 1938, 1942, 1946, 1959, 1964-1965, 1967-1968
16-1-4 - -
DownDraft, E97 .D68, vol. 1 no. 1, March 15, 1967
16-1-4 - -
Indian Record, March, 1968 (Special Issue -- President Johnson presents Indian Message to Congress: The Forgotten American)
16-1-4 14 2 Presidential Petitions -- Orders and Statements
16-1-4 - -
Petition of the Governor, Chiefs, and Counselors of the Osage Nation of Indians, asking for Catholic Schools, Missionaries, and Teachers, May 15, 1877
16-1-4 - -
Report of the Council Held by the President of the United States and the Visiting Chiefs of the Sioux and Arapaho Tribes of Indians, September 26, 1877, in Washington, D.C.; by Red Cloud, Big Road, Little Big Man, Iron Crow, Three Bears, American Horse, Young-Man-Afraid-of-His-Horses, Yellow Bear, He-Dog, Black Coal, Spotted Tail, Swift Bear, Touch-the-Clouds, Red Bear, White Tail, Sharp Nose, General Crook, Commissioner Smith, Secretary of the Interior, Commissioner of Indian Affairs Hayt, and President Rutherford B. Hayes; 21 pages
16-1-4 - -
Executive Order, District of Alaska, Theodore Roosevelt, May 4, 1907; 3 pages

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Series Box Folder Folder Title
16-1-4 14 2 Presidential Petitions -- Orders and Statements, continued
16-1-4 - -
Religious Garb in Indian Schools, William H. Taft, September 23, 1912; 4 pages
16-1-4 - -
Executive Order, Papago Indians in Arizona, Woodrow Wilson, January 14, 1916; 4 pages
16-1-4 - -
Executive Orders relating to Indian Reservations, Vol. II, Woodrow Wilson, July 1, 1912 to July 1, 1922; 80 pages
16-1-4 - -
Statement by the President, S. 2734, Long-range economic rehabilitation program for Navajo and Hopi Indian Tribes, April 19, 1950; 2 pages
16-1-4 - -
The Forgotten American, Lyndon B. Johnson, March 6, 1968; 13 pages
16-1-4 14 3 Progress Report from the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, A, 1924, 1964-1966
16-1-4 - - Reports
16-1-4 14 4
1890, 1911, 1914, 1922, 1924-1925, 1929-1930
16-1-4 14 5
1931
16-1-4 14 6
1932
16-1-4 14 7
1933-1934

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Series Box Folder Folder Title
16-1-4 - - Reports, continued
16-1-4 14 8
1936, 1938, 1940
16-1-4 14 9
1942, 1946, 1948
16-1-4 15 1
1960-1961, 1963, 1966, 1968, 1984, 1986, n. d.
16-1-4 - -
Information Interior, Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act as Amended, 1986
16-1-4 - - Rules and Regulations
16-1-4 15 2
1874, 1890-1891, 1894, 1902, 1905, 1909-1913
16-1-4 15 3
1915, 1921-1922
16-1-4 15 4
1922
16-1-4 15 5
1923-1924, 1926-1927, 1929, 1931, 1933-1935
16-1-4 15 6
1936-1938, 1941-1942, 1946
16-1-4 16 1
1947, 1951, 1953
16-1-4 16 2
1965-1966, 1975, n. d.

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Series Box Folder Folder Title
16-1-4 16 3 Tests In Rural Practices, 1945
16-1-4 16 4 Treaties, Vol. 2, Indian Affairs, Laws and Treaties, Charles J. Kappler, 1904, KF8225 .I52
16-1-4 16 5 Kappler Revisited: An Index and Bibliographic Guide to American Indian Treaties, Charles D. Bernholz, 2003, KF8201.A1 B47
16-1-4 16 6 Tribal Relations Pamphlets
16-1-4 - -
1. Ten Years of Tribal Government under I.R.A., Theodore H. Haas, 1947
16-1-4 - -
3. The Indian and the Law, Theodore H. Haas, 1949
16-1-4 - - Tribal Delegation Meetings with Commissioner of Indian Affairs John Collier, re: Wheeler-Howard Indian Bill
16-1-4 16 7
1933, July 4-5: All Pueblo Council, Santo Domingo Pueblo, New Mexico
16-1-4 16 7
1933, October 30-31, and November 1: Navajo Tribal Council, Tuba City, Arizona
16-1-4 17 1
1934, March 12-13: Navajo Tribal Council, Fort Defiance, Arizona
16-1-4 17 1
1934, March 15: All Pueblo Council, Santo Domingo Pueblo, New Mexico
16-1-4 17 1
1934, March 17-18: Indians of Southern California at Riverside, California

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Series 16-1-4

Series Box Folder Folder Title
16-1-4 - - Tribal Delegation Meetings with Commissioner of Indian Affairs John Collier, re: Wheeler-Howard Indian Bill, continued
16-1-4 17 2
1934, March 20: Indians of Western Oklahoma at Anadarko, Oklahoma
16-1-4 17 2
1934, March 22: Five Civilized Tribes at Muskogee, Oklahoma
16-1-4 17 2
1934, March 24: Quapaw and Osage Indians at Miami, Oklahoma
16-1-4 17 3
1934, April 8-9: Proceedings of the Conference at Chemawa, Oregon
16-1-4 17 3
1934, April 23-24: Indians of Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Michigan at Hayward, Wisconsin
16-1-4 17 4 Tribal Memo to Northern Cheyenne Tribal Council from Rufus Wallowing, Chairman, February 12, 1952
16-1-4 Oversize 1 - Historical and Statistical Information Respecting the History, Condition, and Prospects of the Indian Tribes of the United States, 1851
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