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Box 42: Indian Affairs, Cherokee, Cheyenne, Cheyenne-Arapaho, 1966 - International Social Science and Behavioral Research, Hearings, Correspondence, June-July 1966

F 1: Indian Affairs, Cherokee, Cheyenne, Cheyenne-Arapaho, 1966.

Topics include Arapaho Indians financial affairs in Oklahoma, Arapaho Indians economic conditions in Oklahoma, Arapaho Indians government relations in Oklahoma, Arapaho Indians politics and government in Oklahoma, Cherokee Indians financial affairs in Oklahoma, Cherokee Indians government relations in Oklahoma, Cheyenne Indians economic conditions in Montana, Cheyenne Indians financial affairs in Oklahoma, Cheyenne Indians government relations in Oklahoma, Cheyenne Indians politics and government in Oklahoma, Indians of North America tribal citizenship, and the Arkansas River. Correspondents include St. Labre Indian Mission School in Ashland, Montana, and the United States Bureau of Indian Affairs.

F 2: Indian Affairs, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Comanche, Creek, Delaware, and Iowa.

Topics include Apache Indians politics and government in Oklahoma, Chickasaw Indians land tenure in Oklahoma, Choctaw Indians land tenure, Comanche Indians politics and government in Oklahoma, Creek Indians financial affairs in Oklahoma, Creek Indians claims in Oklahoma, Creek Indians politics and government in Oklahoma, Creek Indians tribal citizenship in Oklahoma, Delaware Indians claims, Indian termination policy in Oklahoma, Indians of North America tribal citizenship, Iowa Indians claims, Kiowa Indians politics and government in Oklahoma, Munsee Indians claims in Wisconsin, and Stockbridge Indians claims in Wisconsin. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs and the League of Nations Pan American Indians.

F 3: Indian Affairs, Kaw, Kickapoo, Kiowa, Nevada, Osage, Otoe-Missourie, Pawnee, Peoria, 1966.

Topics include Fort Sill Indian School, Apache Indians politics and government in Oklahoma, Cherokee Indians land transfers Oklahoma, Comanche Indians politics and government in Oklahoma, Five Civilized Tribes, Kansa Indians claims in Oklahoma, Kansa Indians tribal citizenship in Oklahoma, Kickapoo Indians claims in Kansas, Kickapoo Indians claims in Oklahoma, Kiowa Indians politics and government in Oklahoma, Missouri Indians tribal citizenship in Oklahoma, Missouri Indians claims in Oklahoma, Osage Indians claims in Oklahoma, Osage Indians politics and government in Oklahoma, Oto Indians tribal citizenship in Oklahoma, Oto Indians claims in Oklahoma, Pawnee Indians claims in Oklahoma, Peoria Indians claims in Oklahoma, Ponca Indians claims in Oklahoma, Wea Indians claims in Oklahoma, and Kiowa Indian Hospital. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs and the League of Pan American Indians.

F 4: Indian Affairs, Ponca, Potowatamie, Sac-Fox, Seminole, Shawnee, Shawnee-Cherokee, Sioux, Wichita, Wyandotte, 1966.

Topics include Fox Indians land tenure, Indian termination policy in Nebraska, Ponca Indians claims in Oklahoma, Ponca Indians government relations, Ponca Indians in Nebraska, Potawatomi Indians claims in Oklahoma, Sauk Indians land tenure, Seminole Indians claims in Oklahoma, Seminole Indians in politics and government in Oklahoma, Seminole Indians government relations, and Citizens Band of Potawatomi Indians. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs.

F 5: Indian Affairs, Indian Health, 1966.

Topics include Indians of North America health and hygiene, Indians of North America hospitals, and Indians of North America medical care. Correspondents include Carl T. Hayden, Mike Mansfield, Lee Metcalf, United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, and the United States Public Health Service.

F 6: Indian Affairs, Indian Property, 1966.

Topics include St. Labre Indian Mission School in Ashland, Montana, United States Indian Claims Commission, United States Public Health Service, Navajo Indian reservation, Indian land transfers in Oklahoma, Indian allotments in Oklahoma, Indians of North America in Oklahoma, Indians of North America land tenure, and oil and gas leases. Correspondents include W. E. McIntosh, Fort Sill Indian School, Oklahoma Association of Electric Cooperatives, Riverside Indian School, United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, and the International Tribal Council of the Five Civilized Tribes.

F 7: Indian Affairs, Indian Property, 1966.

Topics include Arapaho Indians claims in Oklahoma, Cheyenne Indians claims in Oklahoma, Indian allotments, Indians of North America land tenure, Indians of North America land transfers, and Indians of North America in Oklahoma. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs.

F 8: Indian Affairs, Indian Schools, 1966.

Topics include Fort Sill Indian School (report), Indians of North America education in Oklahoma, Indians of North America scholarships, fellowships, etc. in Oklahoma, Seneca Indian School in Oklahoma, and the Johnson-O'Malley Act. Correspondents include Lyle H. Boren, Henry M. Jackson, and the Oklahoma State Department of Education. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, Arkla, Inc. in Lawton, Oklahoma, and Draughon's Business College in Alberquerque, New Mexico.

F 9: Indian Affairs, Indian Wills, 1966.

Topics include Indians of North America wills. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs.

F 10: Indian Affairs, Miscellaneous, 1966.

Topics include Indians of North America employment, Indians of North America housing, Indians of North America roads in Oklahoma, occupational training for minorities, and Tom Payne. Correspondents include General Electric Company and the United States Bureau of Indian Affairs.

F 11: Industries, General, 1966.

Correspondents include Lear Jet Corporation.

F 12: Institutions, Correctional and Reform Schools, Prisons, Work Houses, 1966.

Topics include clemency, correctional institutions in Oklahoma, the Administration of Criminal Justice, pardon, and parole. Correspondents include United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Vocational Rehabilitation Administration, and the United States Department of Justice.

F 13: Institutions, General, 1966.

Topics include clemency, administration of criminal justice, pardon, parole, prisons in Oklahoma, public welfare in Oklahoma, and retirement in Oklahoma. Correspondents include Oklahoma State Penitentiary, McAlester, Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board, Oklahoma State Department of Health, United States Department of Justice, and the United States Internal Revenue Service.

F 14: Insurance and Retirement, Retirement and Annuities, 1966.

Topics include annuities in Oklahoma, civil service, pensions, survivors' benefits in Oklahoma, wages, workers' compensation, and the Federal Employees Compensation Act. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Employees' Compensation, United States Civil Service Commission, United States Department of the Interior, and the United States Department of Labor.

F 15: Insurance and Retirement, Railroad Retirement, 1966.

Topics include railroads employees pensions, and the Railroad Retirement Act. Correspondents include Railway Labor Executives' Association, United States Railroad Retirement Board, and the United Federation of Postal Clerks Benefit Association.

F 16: Insurance and Retirement, Private and Industrial Insurance and Retirement, 1966.

Topics include self-employed pensions in Oklahoma, and the Keogh Act. Correspondents include Oklahoma Blue Cross and Blue Shield and the United States Department of Labor.

F 17: Insurance and Retirement, Compensation Difficulties and Miscellaneous, 1966.

Topics include civil service, social security, and workers' compensation. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Employees' Compensation, United States Civil Service Commission Bureau of Retirement and Insurance, United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, and the United States Department of Labor.

F 18: International Social Science and Behavioral Research, 1966.

Topics include United States Senate Committee on Government Operations Subcommittee on Government Research, federal aid to research, press in Latin America, and social sciences research. Correspondents include Ralph A. Dungan (United States ambassador to Chile).

F 19: International Social Science and Behavioral Research, Hearings, Correspondence, June-July 1966.

Topics include United States Senate Committee on Government Operations Subcommittee on Government Research, federal aid to research, and social sciences research. Correspondents include United States Department of State.

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