DEWEY F. BARTLETT COLLECTION
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F 1: Indian Affairs, Eastern Wilderness Bill, 1965 Feb. - 1974 May.

Topics include Indians of North America, wilderness areas law and legislation, and Eastern Wilderness Areas Act. Correspondents include Paul Jones Fannin, Jesse Helms, Lyndon Baines Johnson, Lee Metcalf, United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, United States Dept. of Education, and Citizens Committee to Save the Glover River.

F 2: Indian Affairs, Economic Impact, 1971 Sept. - 1977 Sept.

Topics include Cheyenne Indians and economic development projects in Oklahoma, Arapaho Indians and economic development projects in Oklahoma, Indians of North America and government relations, Indians of North America and health and hygiene, land tenure and law and legislation, recreation areas in Oklahoma, and Tenkiller Ferry Lake. Correspondents include Oklahoma Legislature and House of Representatives.

F 3: Indian Affairs, Education, Caddo Riverside School, 1978 July - Aug.

Topics include Caddo Riverside Indian School and Caddo Indian tribe of Oklahoma.

F 4: Indian Affairs, Education, Cherokee and Chickasaw, 1977 May - 1978 Aug.

Topics include Cherokee Indians education, Cherokee language, and Chickasaw Indians education. Correspondents include Overton James and Ross O. Swimmer.

F 5: Indian Affairs, Education, 1977 June - 1978 Aug.

Topics include Chilocco Indian School and Fort Sill Indian School. Correspondents include Paul Simon, Bacone College, Osage Tribal Council, United States Dept. of the Interior, Carnegie Public Schools (Carnegie, Okla.), Dibble Public School District (Dibble, Okla.), Jay Public Schools (Jay, Okla.), Newkirk Public Schools (Newkirk, Okla.), Seneca-Cayuga Tribe of Oklahoma, and Washita Valley Community Action Council.

F 6: Indian Affairs, Education, 1977 May - 1978 Sept.

Topics include grants-in-aid education, Head Start programs in Oklahoma, Seneca Indian School, Comprehensive Employment and Training Act of 1973, Johnson-O'Malley Act, and Title IV Indian Education Act. Correspondents include Claude A. Cox, Overton James (Governor Chickasaw Nation), Ross O. Swimmer, Northeastern Oklahoma State University in Tahlequah (Okla.), American Indian Nurses Association Inc., California Tribal Chairmen's Association, Eastern Shawnee in Oklahoma, Five Civilized Tribes Foundation Inc., North Central Inter-Tribal Council, Oklahoma Indian Education Association, and Omaha, Winnebago, and Santee Sioux.

F 7: Indian Affairs, Education, 1975 Jan.- 1978 Sept.

Topics include Fort Sill Indian School, Cherokee Indians, and Wyandotte Indians education. Correspondents include Jimmy Carter, Claude A. Cox (Principal Chief Creek Nation), Henry Martin Jackson, Walter F. Mondale, Sam Nunn, Harrison H. Schmitt, Theodore F. Stevens, Ross O. Swimmer, Bacone College, Oklahoma State University, United States Office of Education Upward Bound Branch, Joe Pedro (Chairman Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma), Edwin Tanyan (Principal Chief Seminole Nation of Oklahoma), Flaming Rainbow University Without Walls, Seminole Nation of Oklahoma, and United Indian Tribes of Western Oklahoma and Kansas.

F 8-9: Indian Affairs, Education, 1976 Jan. - 1978 Aug.

Topics include education, Head Start Programs, nNutrition, and Department of Education Organization Act of 1978. Correspondents include Henry Bellmon, Pete Domenici, Hubert Horatio Humphrey, Warren Grant Magnuson, John Melcher, Clairborne Pell, Abraham Ribicoff, James R. Sasser, American Council on Education, United States Dept. of Education, and United States Dept. of Health, Education and Welfare.

F 10: Indian Affairs, Education, 1978 Apr. - Sept.

Topics include Apache Indians, Choctaw Indians in Oklahoma, Comanche Indians in Oklahoma, Indians of North America and housing, Ojibwa Indians, Puyallup Indians in Washington (State), and Ute Indians. Correspondents include Claude A. Cox, LaDonna Harris, Abraham Ribicoff, Ross O. Swimmer, United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, United States Dept. of Education, National Congress of American Indians, National Indian Education Association, National Tribal Chairmen's Association, Navajo Nation, Northern Cheyenne Tribe, and United Indian Tribes of Western Oklahoma and Kansas.

F 11: Indian Affairs, Education, 1976 July - 1978 May.

Topics include Apache Indians in Oklahoma, Creek Indians, and Nisqualli Indian tribe. Correspondents include Dewey F. Bartlett, American Federation of Teachers, Oklahoma State Dept. of Education, Association on American Indian Affairs Inc., Colville Confederated Tribes, Inter-Tribal Council of Michigan Inc., Johnson O'Malley Consortium, Michigan Inter-Tribal Education Association Inc., Rough Rock School Board Inc., and United Indians of All Tribes Foundation.

F 12: Indians Affairs, Education, Kickapoo Tribe Application, 1978 Apr.

Topics include Kickapoo Indians in Oklahoma. Correspondents include United States Dept. of Health, Education and Welfare.

F 13: Indian Affairs, Education, Kiowa Application, 1978 Feb. - Mar.

Topics include Kiowa Indians in Oklahoma. Correspondents include United States Dept. of Health, Education and Welfare and Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma.

F 14: Indian Affairs, Education, Osage Education Fund, 1975 Oct.- 1978 Feb.

Topics include Osage Indians economic conditions. Correspondents include Sylvester J. Tinker (Principal Chief Osage Tribe) and United States Bureau of Indian Affairs.

F 15: Indian Affairs, Education, Potawatomi Learning Center, 1978 Jan. - Mar.

Topics include adult education in Oklahoma, Potawatomi Indians in Oklahoma, and Potawatomi Indians. Correspondents include United States Dept. of Health, Education and Welfare and Citizen Band Potawatomi Indians.

F 16: Indian Affairs, Education, Sac and Fox Application, 1978 Jan. - Feb.

Topics include adult education in Oklahoma, Sauk Indians, and Sac and Fox Indians. Correspondents include United States Dept. of Health, Education and Welfare.

F 17: Indian Affairs, Education, St. Gregory's College Application, 1978 Feb. - Mar.

Topics include Kickapoo Indians housing in Oklahoma. Correspondents include St. Gregory's College (Shawnee, Okla.) and United States Dept. of Health, Education and Welfare.

F 18: Indian Affairs, Education, UNITY Application, 1977 July - Sept.

Topics include Indian youth in North America and maturation. Correspondents include United States Dept. of Health, Education and Welfare and United National Indian Tribal Youth, Inc.

F 19: Indian Affairs, Indian Education Act, 1977 June - Oct.

Topics include grants-in-aid in Oklahoma and Indians of North America education in Oklahoma. Correspondents include Wesley Wade Watkins and United States Dept. of Health, Education and Welfare.

F 20: Indian Affairs, Indian Education Programs, 1972 June - 1976 Apr.

Topics include Indians of North America employment, off-reservation boarding schools, sex discrimination in education, sex discrimination in sports, and Comprehensive Employment and Training Act. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, United States Dept. of Health, Education and Welfare, United States Dept. of Labor, and Howard Goodbear.

F 21: Indian Affairs, El Reno Reformatory, 1978 July.

Topics include prisons and race relations in El Reno (Okla.). Correspondents include Oklahoma Indian Affairs Commission.

F 22: Indians Affairs, Elbert, Hazel, 1973 Mar. - 1974 Sept.

Topics include Indians of North America education in Tulsa (Okla.), Osage Indians in Pawhuska (Okla.), right of way in Duncan (Okla.), Wyandot Indians, Hazel Elbert, and Civil Rights Act of 1964. Correspondents include John Paul Hammerschmidt, Overton James, Caspar W. Weinberger, Northeastern State College (Okla.), Oklahoma Indian Affairs Commission, Oklahomans for Indian Opportunity, United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, United States Dept. of the Interior, Robert J. LaFortune, Camp Fire Girls, Inc., Delaware Tribe of Western Oklahoma, National Indian Youth Council, North Central Inter-Tribal Council, and Northern Cheyenne Tribe.

F 23: Indian Affairs, Employment, 1971 Oct. - 1978 Aug.

Topics include Job Corps (U.S.), United States Bureau of Indian Affairs officials and employees retirement, Indians of North America housing, Indians of North America treaties, veterans employment in Concho (Okla.), and Comprehensive Employment and Training Act of 1973. Correspondents include Ross O. Swimmer, Strom Thurmond, Choctaw Indians in Oklahoma, Pressley Ware (Chairman Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma), Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma, Indian American Heritage Institute, Inter-Tribal Council, Inc., National Congress of American Indians, Sac and Fox Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma, and Tulsa Indian Youth Council.

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