DEWEY F. BARTLETT COLLECTION
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F 1: Indian Affairs, Long Hair Controversy, 1970 July - 1973 Nov.

Topics include Indians of North America and finance, Indians of North America education in Ponca City (Okla.), and Johnson-O'Malley Act.

F 2: Indian Affairs, Makey-Megehee, Tribal Enrollment, 1965 Nov. - 1974 Oct.

Topics include Fox Indians in Shawnee (Okla.), Indians of North America claims, Indians of North America and finance, Indians of North America politics and government, Indians of North America tribal citizenship, Kickapoo Indians in Oklahoma, Munsee Indians in Wisconsin, Sauk Indians in Shawnee (Okla.), and Stockbridge Indians in Wisconsin. Correspondents include National Congress of American Indians.

F 3: Indian Affairs, Menominee Tribe, 1975 Aug. - 1978 Aug.

Topics include Indians of North America government relations, Indians of North America health and hygiene, and Indian radio station in Keshena (Wis.). Correspondents include Gaylord Nelson and Menominee Restoration Committee.

F 4: Indian Affairs, Minerals, 1977 Jan. - 1978 Mar.

Topics include Apache Indians in Arizona, Chickasaw Indians in Oklahoma, Choctaw Indians in Oklahoma, coal leases in Montana, coal mines and mining, Crow Indians in Montana, petroleum law and legislation in Oklahoma, and Arkansas River.

F 5-8: Indian Affairs, Miscellaneous, 1968 May - 1978 Nov.

Topics include Indians of North America and finance, Iowa Indians in Shawnee, (Okla.), Indians of North America claims, Indian business enterprises, Sauk Indians in Oklahoma, Fox Indians in Oklahoma, Indians of North America health and hygiene in Oklahoma, Indians of North America politics and government, Indians of North America education, Indian termination policy, Oto Indians, Indian arts in North America, Cheyenne Indians in Oklahoma, Arapaho Indians in Oklahoma, Potawatomi Indians, Pawnee Indians in Oklahoma, Ottawa Indians, Peoria Indians, Wyandot Indians, Modoc Indians, Missouri Indians, Indians of North America hospitals, Indians of North America music, Seneca Indians, Cayuga Indians, Water quality management, Chickasaw Indians in Oklahoma, Indians of North America housing, Comanche Indians, Kiowa Indians, Apache Indians, Indians of North America land tenure, Choctaw Indians, Cherokee Indians, Head Start Programs in Oklahoma, vocational rehabilitation in Oklahoma, Quapaw Indians in Oklahoma, vocational education in Oklahoma, and Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge (Okla.). Correspondents include Henry Bellmon, John N. Happy Camp, Gerald R. Ford, Harry J.W. Relvin, Thomas Jefferson Steed, Casper W. Weinberger, Inter-Tribal Council of the Five Civilized Tribes of Oklahoma, National Congress of American Indians, Oklahoma Indian Affairs Commission, Solomon N. Kent (Chairman Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma), American Indian Cattlemen's Association, Oklahoma Federation of Indian Women, and Oklahoma Tribal Assistance Program.

F 9: Indian Affairs, Muskogee Area Director, 1973 Jan. - 1974 Sept.

Topics include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, Cherokee Indians in Oklahoma, Indians of North America politics and government, Osage Indians in Oklahoma, and national self-determination and the United States. Correspondents include Henry Bellmon, Claude A. Cox, and Sylvester J. Tinker.

F 10: Indian Affairs, National Congress of American Indians, 1973 Oct. - 1973 Nov.

Topics include Indians of North America government relations and national self-determination and the United States. Correspondents include Richard M. Nixon and National Congress of American Indians.

F 11: Indian Affairs, National Urban Indian Council, 1978 June.

Correspondents include National Urban Indian Council (U.S.), resolutions.

F 12: Indian Affairs, Native American Awareness Week, 1975 May - 1976 Oct.

Topics include Indians of North America social life and customs. Correspondents include James Abourezk and National Congress of American Indians.

F 13: Indian Affairs, Native American Center (OKC), 1976 July - 1977 Oct.

Topics include Indian aged, Indians of North America census, Indians of North America health and hygiene, Indians of North America housing, and Indians of North America nutrition. Correspondents include Native American Center (Oklahoma City).

F 14: Indian Affairs, Navajo/Hopi, 1975 Aug - 1978 May.

Topics include Indians of North America relocation and environmental protection in Arizona.

F 15: Indian Affairs, Northern Cheyenne, 1974 June - 1974 Nov.

Topics include Cheyenne Indians in Montana and coal leases in Montana.

F 16: Indian Affairs, Older Americans Act - Indian Amendment, 1965 July - 1978 May.

Topics include Indian aged, Indians of North America nutrition, Indian self-determination and Education Assistance Act of 1975, and Older Americans Act of 1965. Correspondents include Pete Domenici and National Indian Council on Aging.

F 17: Indian Affairs, Omnibus Indian Claims Act of 1976, 1976 Dec. - 1978 June.

Topics include Indians of North America claims. Correspondents include Griffin B. Bell, Henry Martin Jackson, Warren Grant Magnuson, United States American Indian Policy Review Commission, and Inter-Tribal Council, Inc.

F 18: Indian Affairs, Osage 1973-1976, 1973 Feb. - 1976 Dec.

Topics include food stamps and Oklahoma, Indians of North America civil rights, Indians of North America claims, Indians of North America economic conditions, Indians of North America land tenure, Indians of North America politics and government, Indians of North America tribal citizenship in Oklahoma, mineral lands in Oklahoma, petroleum in Oklahoma, and Birch Creek Lake (Okla.). Correspondents include William Wayne Keeler, Sylvester J. Tinker, American Arbitration Association, United States Small Business Administration, and Edwin Tanyan (Principal Chief Seminole Nation).

F 19: Indian Affairs, Osage Legislation, 1971 July - 1978 Nov.

Topics include Indians of North America civil rights, Indians of North America government relations, Indians of North America legal status and laws in Oklahoma, Indians of North America politics and government, Indians of North America tribal citizenship in Oklahoma, mineral lands in Oklahoma, Osage Indians land tenure in Oklahoma, and petroleum law and legislation. Correspondents include Sylvester J. Tinker.

F 20-21: Indian Affairs, Osage Nation Organization, 1972 Mar - 1978 Aug.

Topics include Indians of North America civil rights in Oklahoma, Indians of North America education in Oklahoma, Indians of North America government relations, Indians of North America legal status and laws in Oklahoma, Indians of North America politics and government, Indians of North America tribal citizenship in Oklahoma, mineral lands in Oklahoma, and Osage Indians land tenure in Oklahoma. Correspondents include Sylvester, J. Tinker and Association on American Indian Affairs.

F 22: Indians Affairs, Osage Tribal Council, 1938, June - 1977 Aug.

Topics include Indians of North America civil rights in Oklahoma, Indians of North America education in Oklahoma, Indians of North America housing, Indians of North America land tenure in Oklahoma, Indians of North America legal status and laws in Oklahoma, Indians of North America politics and government, Indians of North America tribal citizenship in Oklahoma, mineral lands in Oklahoma, mineral rights in Oklahoma, and petroleum law and legislation in Oklahoma. Correspondents include Sylvester J. Tinker.

F 23: Indian Affairs, Ponca, 1971 Nov. - 1975 Oct.

Topics include Indians of North America civil rights, Indians of North America claims, Indians of North America finance, Indians of North America health and hygiene in Oklahoma, Indians of North America housing in Oklahoma, Indians of North America land tenure in Oklahoma, and Indian aged in Oklahoma. Correspondents include Arkansas River Trust Authority, Housing Authority of the Ponca Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma, Ponca Tribal Business Committee, Ponca Tribal Management Program, and Ponca Tribal Rights Committee, Inc.

F 24: Indian Affairs, Potawatomi, 1976 Jan. - Apr.

Topics include day care centers in Oklahoma, Indians of North America housing in Oklahoma, Indians of North America tribal citizenship in Oklahoma, and rural development. Correspondents include Citizen Band Potawatomi Indians.

F 25: Indian Affairs, Progress, 1977 June - 1978 Sep.

Topics include Arapaho Indians in Oklahoma, Cheyenne Indians in Oklahoma, Fox Indians in Oklahoma, grants-in-aid in Oklahoma, Indians of North America sports, Miami Indians in Oklahoma, Modoc Indians in Oklahoma, Sauk Indians in Oklahoma, and national self-determination in the United States. Correspondents include National Congress of American Indians, Oklahoma Dept. of Economic and Community Affairs, and National Indian Activities Association.

F 26: Indian Affairs, Quinault Reservation, 1977 Oct - 1978 Apr.

Topics include Indians of North America land tenure in Washington (State). Correspondents include Quinault Allotees Association.

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