DEWEY F. BARTLETT COLLECTION
Box and Folder Inventory
Box 61

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F 1: Tulsa Office Files, Adair County, Atoka County, and Carter County, 1973, 1975 - 1977.

Topics include United States Dept. of Housing and Urban Development, Afro-Americans economic conditions in Oklahoma, and Indians of North America education in Oklahoma, and school facilities in Oklahoma. Correspondents include Southern Oklahoma Development Association and Luther Woodard.

F 2: Tulsa Office Files, Cherokee County, 1974 - 1976.

Topics include Cherokee Nation, Cherokee National Historical Society, Oklahoma Corporation Commission, United States Dept. of Health Education and Welfare, United States Economic Development Administration, Cherokee Indians legal status laws etc. Oklahoma, Oklahoma federal aid to education, Oklahoma rural development, Oklahoma water-supply, water treatment plants in Tahlequah Oklahoma, Murrel House (Okla.), and Lucille Mash. Correspondents include Henry Bellmon, Ross O. Swimmer, and United States National Park Service pamphlets.

F 3: Tulsa Office, Choctaw County and Comanche County, 1974, 1976.

Topics include Oklahoma employee rights and Arkansas River Watershed. Correspondents include Geraldine Jackson.

F 4-6: Tulsa Office Files, Corps of Engineers, n.d., 1950, 1963, 1967, 1970 - 1978.

Topics include Gerald R. Ford, Ted M. Risenhoover, McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System, Oklahoma Turnpike Authority, Oklahoma flood control, Oklahoma Harassment, Canadian River, Kaw Lake (Okla.), Tenkiller Ferry Lake (Okla.), Tinker Air Force Base, and Federal Water Pollution Control Act. Correspondents include H. E. Bailey, James E. Hamilton, Arkansas Basin Development Association, United States Army Corps of Engineers Tulsa District, United States Dept. of the Interior Fish and Wildlife Service, and Joe Johnson.

F 7: Tulsa Office Files, Corps of Engineers, Arcadia Lake, 1974 - 1977.

Topics include Oklahoma water quality management, Arcadia Lake (Okla.), and Corps of Engineers' Waterways Experiment Station. Correspondents include United States Army Corps of Engineers Tulsa District, and United States Environmental Protection Agency.

F 8: Tulsa Office Files, Corps of Engineers, Great Salt Plains Lake, 1976.

Topics include Arkansas-Red River Basins Chloride Control Project and Great Salt Plains State Park (Okla.). Correspondents include United States Army Corps of Engineers Tulsa District.

F 9: Tulsa Office Files, Corps of Engineers, Kaw Lake Project, 1969, 1974 - 1975.

Topics include David Boren, Gerald R. Ford, United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, Oklahoma flood control, Oklahoma hydroelectric power plants, Oklahoma Kansa Indians, and Kaw Lake (Okla.). Correspondents include United States Army Corps of Engineers Tulsa District.

F 10: Tulsa Office, Corps of Engineers, Lakeshore Management, Eufaula Lake, 1974, 1977.

Topics include United States Army Corps of Engineers Tulsa District, Oklahoma lake regulation, and Oklahoma roads design and construction.

F 11: Tulsa Office Files, Corps of Engineers, Lakeshore Management, General, 1974 - 1976, 1978.

Topics include Arkansas Basin Development Association, Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Commission, Oklahoma flood control, and Oklahoma lake regulation. Correspondents include Grand Lakes Association Inc. and United States Army Corps of Engineers Tulsa District.

F 12: Tulsa Office, Corps of Engineers, Lakeshore Management, Keystone Lake, 1974 - 1975.

Topics include United States Senate Committee of Public Works, Oklahoma lake regulation, and Keystone Lake (Okla.). Correspondents include John Young.

F 13: Tulsa Office Files, Corps of Engineers, Lakeshore Management, Tenkiller Lake, 1974 - 1978.

Topics include boathouses, Oklahoma lake regulation, and Tenkiller Ferry Lake (Okla.). Correspondents include United States Army Corps of Engineers Tulsa District.

F 14-15: Tulsa Office Files, Corps of Engineers, Lukfata Lake, 1975.

Topics include Carl Albert, Henry Bellmon, David Boren, Jimmy Carter, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Oklahoma flood control, Oklahoma water-supply, Glover Creek (Okla.), Lukfata Lake (Okla.), Jim Townsend, and Environmental Impact Statement. Correspondents include Oklahoma Wildlife Federation and United States Army Corps of Engineers Tulsa District.

F 16: Tulsa Office Files, Corps of Engineers, Mingo Creek, 1974 - 1976, 1978.

Topics include National Flood Insurers Association, Oklahoma flood control, Oklahoma flood damage prevention, Oklahoma flood Insurance, and Mingo Creek (Okla.). Correspondents include United States Army Corps of Engineers Tulsa District flood report.

F 17: Tulsa Office Files, Corps of Engineers, Optima Dam and Reservoir, 1972, 1977.

Topics include United States Economic Development Administration, Oklahoma economic development, Optima Lake (Okla.), Leon B. Field, and Oklahoma Economic Development Association. Correspondents include United States Army Corps of Engineers Tulsa District pamphlet.

F 18: Tulsa Office Files, Corps of Engineers, Port Verdigris 33, Inc, 1971, 1973, 1977 - 1978.

Topics include Henry Bellmon, McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System, Oklahoma docks, Oklahoma hunting and fishing clubs, Port Vertigris (Okla.), and Tulsa Fin and Feather Inc. Correspondents include Metropolitan Tulsa Chamber of Commerce, United States Army Corps of Engineers Tulsa District, and United States Dept. of the Interior Fish and Wildlife Service.

F 19-20: Tulsa Office Files, Corps of Engineers, Shidler Lake Project, 1975.

Council of Environmental Quality (U. S.), Oklahoma Conservation Commission, United States environmental impact statements, and Shidler Lake (Okla.). Correspondents include United States Army Corps of Engineers Tulsa District Environmental statement.

F 21 Tulsa Office Files, Corps of Engineers, Wilburton, 1974 - 1975.

Topics include Oklahoma land use, Oklahoma water-supply, and Gaines Creek (Okla.). Correspondents include United States Bureau of Reclamation appraisal report.

F 22: Tulsa Office Files, Corps of Engineers, Wister Lake, 1975, 1977 - 1978.

Topics include Oklahoma Dept. of Wildlife Conservation, United States Army Corps of Engineers Tulsa District, Oklahoma flood control, Oklahoma right of pasture, and Wister Lake (Okla.). Correspondents include Grand Lake Association, Inc., and Nick Thompson.

F 23: Tulsa Office Files, Craig County and Creek County, 1973 - 1976.

Topics include Mobil Oil Corporation, Oklahoma State Dept. of Health, United States Environmental Protection Agency, television advertising law and legislation in Oklahoma, American economic assistance, United States facility design and construction standards, Oklahoma federal aid to transportation, Communications Act, and Fairness Doctrine. Correspondents include Lloyd Rader (Director of Institutions, Social and Rehabilitative Services, Oklahoma Dept. of Highways, United States Federal Communications Commission, William M. Schuelein, and Big Creek Water Corporation.

F 24: Tulsa Office Files, Delaware County, 1973 - 1975.

Topics include Grand River Dam Authority, Head Start Program (U.S.) corrupt practices, National Education Association of the United States, Northeastern Oklahoma Sheriff's Tactical Patrol, Oklahoma State Dept. of Health, Oklahoma Education Association, refuse and refuse disposal in Oklahoma, road design and construction in Oklahoma, rural development, and Northeastern Oklahoma Electric Cooperation. Correspondents include Cherokee Hills Resource Conservation and Development Project and United States Office of Economic Opportunity.

F 25: Tulsa Office Files, Garfield County and Hughes County, 1958, 1974 - 1977.

Topics include Afro-American economic conditions in Oklahoma, Afro-American housing in Oklahoma, flood control in Oklahoma, labor laws and legislation in Oklahoma, and Skeleton Creek (Okla.). Correspondents include United States Dept. of Agriculture.

F 26: Tulsa Office Files, Grants, 1974 - 1976.

Topics include federal aid to education in Oklahoma, flood damage prevention in Oklahoma, grants-in-aid in Oklahoma, and occupation training in Oklahoma. Correspondents include United States Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare and United States Dept. of Housing and Urban Development.

F 27: Tulsa Office Files, Indians, Absentee Shawnee, 1970 - 1971, 1976.

Topics include United States House Committee on Public Works, United States Office of Native American Programs, economic development projects in Oklahoma, Swearingen family, Absentee Shawnee Indians in Oklahoma, Bluejacket family, Don Bluejacket, Appalachian Regional Development Act of 1965, and Public Works and Economic Development Act of 1965. Correspondents include Eastern Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma and Absentee Shawnee Tribe Business Committee Planning and Development Proposal.

F 28: Tulsa Office Files, Indians, Apache, 1975, 1977.

Topics include Association on American Indian Affairs, Inc., Apache Indians in Oklahoma, prisoners of war in the United States, and reparation in Oklahoma.

F 29: Tulsa Office Files, Indians, Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1974, 1976, 1978.

Topics include Geological Survey (U.S.), United States American Indian Policy Review Commission, United States Bureau of Indian Affairs Concho Agency, United States Indian Health Service, affirmative action programs in Oklahoma, Indian youth in Oklahoma, Indians of North America education in Oklahoma, law enforcement in Oklahoma, Native American Awareness Week, national self-determination and the United States, water pollution in Oklahoma, youth alcohol use in Oklahoma, and Wheeler-Howard Act. Correspondents include Gerald R. Ford, Ponca Tribal Business Committee, and United States Bureau of Indian Affairs.

F 30: Tulsa Office Files, Indians, Cherokee, 1975 - 1976.

Topics include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, United States Dept. of Housing and Urban Development, Arkansas River, Cherokee Indian housing in Oklahoma, Cherokee Indian hand tenure in Oklahoma, explosives industry in Oklahoma, Five Civilized Tribes, and Cherokee law. Correspondents include Ross O. Swimmer, Cherokee Nation, Housing Authority of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma, and Inter-Tribal Council, Inc.

F 31: Tulsa Office Files, Indians, Chickasaw, 1975 - 1976.

Topics include Chickasaw Motor Inn. Correspondents include Overton James - Governor Chickasaw Nation, United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, and Chickasaw Nation of Oklahoma.

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