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Box 73: Hearings, Subcommittee on Government Research, 1967 - Indian Affairs Constituent Correspondence, C-D, 1967

F 1: Hearings, Subcommittee on Government Research, 1967.

Topics include National Commission on Health and Society, medical research law and legislation in the United States, surgery in the United States, transplantation of organs, tissues, etc. in the United States, and the Monroe resolution. Correspondents include United States Senate Committee on Government Operations Subcommittee on Government Research.

F 2: Hearings, Subcommittee on Government Research, 1967.

Topics include public welfare law and legislation in the United States, race relations, social sciences in the United States, urban policy in the United States, and the Full Opportunity and Social Accounting Act. Correspondents include United States Senate Committee on Government Operations Subcommittee on Government Research.

F 3: Hearings, Subcommittee on Government Research, 1967.

Topics include public welfare law and legislation in the United States, race relations, social sciences in the United States, urban policy in the United States, and the Full Opportunity and Social Accounting Act. Correspondents include United States Senate Committee on Government Operations Subcommittee on Government Research.

F 4: Housing and Urban Affairs, Construction, 1967.

Topics include civil rights in the United States, urban education in the United States, race relations, urban housing in the United States, urban policy in the United States, urbanization in the United States, and Operation Urban Survival. Correspondents include Whitney M. Young (speech) and the National Urban League (speech).

F 5: Housing and Urban Affairs, Urban Renewal, 1967.

Topics include bars (drinking establishments) in Oklahoma, city planning in Lawton, Oklahoma, city planning in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, city planning in Tulsa, Oklahoma, crime in Oklahoma, employment in Oklahoma, federal aid to community development in Oklahoma, housing in Oklahoma, and public welfare in Oklahoma. Correspondents include Stanley C. Draper, A. S. Mike Monroney, Robert C. Weaver, Association of Central Oklahoma Governments, League of Women Voters in Edmond, Oklahoma, National League of Cities (publications), Oklahoma Department of Public Welfare, and the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development.

F 6: Immigration and Naturalization, Passport, Visas, 1967.

Topics include military spouses, naturalization in the United States, passports, and student visas. Correspondents include Carl Albert, Walter E. Rogers, United States Department of State United States Foreign Service, and United States Immigration and Naturalization Service.

F 7: Immigration and Naturalization, Quotas, Refugees, Displaced Persons, 1967.

Topics include Chinese immigrants in the United States and the 1965 Immigration Act.

F 8: Immigration and Naturalization, Passport, Visas, 1967.

Topics include deportation in the United States. Correspondents include United States Immigration and Naturalization Service.

F 9: Indian Affairs, Apache Tribe, 1967.

Topics include United States Indian Claims Commission, Apache Indians claims, Apache Indians land tenure, Apache Indians legal status, laws, etc. in the United States, Mescalero Indian Reservation (N.M.), Jozhe Benedict (chairman of Ft. Sill Apache Tribal Committee), Fort Sill Apache Tribe, and the Amendment of Attorney Claims Contract. Correspondents include Chiricahua Land Claims Committee.

F 10: Indian Affairs, Cherokee Tribe, 1967.

Topics include Cherokee Cultural Center, Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma, Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, Tsa-La-Gi (museum), Cherokee Indians claims, Cherokee Indians dwellings, Cherokee Indians education, Cherokee Indians land tenure, Cherokee Indians languages, Cherokee Indians legal status, laws, etc. in Oklahoma, Choctaw Indians land tenure, Indians of North America treaties, Indians of North America tribal citizenship, and Arkansas River. Correspondents include William W. Keeler, Earl B. Pierce, Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma, United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, United States Bureau of Land Management, United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, United States Interstate Commerce Commission, United States National Archives and Records Service, and Albert L. Wahrhaftig (report).

F 11: Indian Affairs, Cherokee Tribe, 1967.

Topics include Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma, Chickasaw Nation of Oklahoma, Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, Cherokee Indians claims, Cherokee Indians land tenure, Cherokee Indians legal status, laws, etc. in Oklahoma, Cherokee Indians social conditions in the 20th century, Cherokee Indians statistics, Choctaw Indians land tenure, Indians of North America politics and government, Indians of North America treaties, Indians of North America tribal citizenship, Arkansas River, and Jarrrett B. Blythe. Correspondents include Earl B. Pierce, United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, Lon Kile, and Albert L. Wahrhaftig (report).

F 12: Indian Affairs, Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribe, 1967.

Topics include Arapaho Indians claims, Arapaho Indians education, Arapaho Indians land tenure, Arapaho Indians legal status, laws, etc., Arapaho Indians policy and government, Cheyenne Indians claims, Cheyenne Indians education, Cheyenne Indians land tenure, Cheyenne Indians legal status, laws, etc., Cheyenne Indians policy and government, and Indians of North America tribal citizenship. Correspondents include Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma, United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, and Chey-Arap Bulletin.

F 13: Indian Affairs, Chickasaw Tribe, 1967.

Topics include Overton James, Indians of North America funeral customs and rites, and Indians of North America tribal citizenship. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, Chickasaw Nation of Oklahoma (resolution), and Chickasaw Smoke Signals.

F 14: Indian Affairs, Choctaw Tribe, 1967.

Topics include Chickasaw Nation, Choctaw Nation, Choctaw Indians claims, Choctaw Indians education, Choctaw Indians land tenure, Choctaw Indians legal status, laws, etc., federal aid to Indians in Oklahoma, and Indians of North America tribal citizenship.

F 15: Indian Affairs, Comanche Tribe, 1967.

Topics include Comanche Indians politics and government. Correspondents include LaDonna Harris and Comanche Indians (constitution).

F 16: Indian Affairs, Creek Tribe, 1967.

Topics include Creek Indians claims, Creek Indians land tenure, and Creek Indians legal status, laws, etc. in Oklahoma. Correspondents include W. E. McIntosh, United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, Calvin W. McGhee, and the League of Nations Pan American Indians.

F 17: Indian Affairs, Delaware Tribe, 1967.

Topics include Delaware Nation of Indians, Delaware Indians claims, Delaware Indians land tenure, Delaware Indians legal status, laws, etc., Delaware Indians politics and government, Munsee Indians, and Stockbridge Indians. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, Harold Pruner, Delaware Executive Committee (report), and the Delaware Tribal Business Committee (report).

F 18: Indian Affairs, Kaw Tribe, 1967.

Topics include Kansa Indians claims, Kansa Indians land tenure, Kansa Indians legal status, laws, etc., and Indians of North America tribal citizenship. Correspondents include League of Nations Pan American Indians.

F 19: Indian Affairs, Kickapoo Tribe, 1967.

Topics include Kickapoo Indians claims and Kickapoo Indians land tenure.

F 20: Indian Affairs, Miami Tribe, 1967.

Topics include Miami Indians claims and Miami Indians land tenure. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs (press release).

F 21: Indian Affairs, Minnesota, 1965.

Topics include Indians of North America education in Minnesota, Indians of North America health and hygiene in Minnesota, Indians of North America housing in Minnesota, services for Indians of North America in Minnesota, Indians of North America statistics, and Indians of North America treaties. Correspondents include Minnesota Governor's Human Rights Commission (report), Minnesota Indian Affairs Commission (1963-1975 - report), Leech Lake Newsletter, and Minnesota's Indian Citizens.

F 22: Indian Affairs, Navajo Indians, 1967.

Topics include General Dynamics Corporation, Indians of North America industries, and the guided missile industry in Arizona. Correspondents include United States Department of the Interior.

F 23: Indian Affairs, Omaha Tribe, 1967.

Topics include Omaha Indians claims, Omaha Indians land tenure, and Omaha Indians legal status, laws, etc.

F 24: Indian Affairs, Osage Tribe, 1967.

Topics include Osage Indians claims, Osage Indians land tenure, and Osage Indians politics and government. Correspondents include LaDonna Harris and the United States Bureau of Indian Affairs.

F 25: Indian Affairs, Otoe Tribe, 1967.

Topics include Oto Indians claims. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs.

F 26: Indian Affairs, Otoe-Missouri Tribe, 1967.

Topics include Indians of North America tribal citizenship, Missouri Indians claims, Missouri Indians land tenure, Missouri Indians legal status, laws, etc., Oto Indians claims, Oto Indians land tenure, and Oto Indians legal status, laws, etc. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs.

F 27: Indian Affairs, Ottawa Tribe, 1967.

Topics include Indians of North America tribal citizenship, Ottawa Indians claims, Ottawa Indians land tenure, and Ottawa Indians legal status, laws, etc. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs.

F 28: Indian Affairs, Peoria Tribe, 1967.

Topics include Indians of North America treaties, Peoria Indians claims, Peoria Indians legal status, laws, etc., Wea Indians claims, and Wea Indians legal status, laws, etc. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs.

F 29: Indian Affairs, Ponca Tribe, 1967.

Topics include Indians of North America tribal citizenship and Ponca Indians. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs.

F 30: Indian Affairs, Potawatomi Tribe, 1967.

Topics include Indians of North America tribal citizenship, oil and gas leases in Oklahoma, Potawatomi Indians claims, Potawatomi Indians land tenure, Potawatomi Indians legal status, laws, etc., Citizen Band of Potawatomi Indians, and Prairie Band of Potawatomi Indians. Correspondents include Tom Steed, Oklahoma Historical Society, United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, and the United States Indian Claims Commission.

F 31: Indian Affairs, Sac and Fox Tribe, 1967.

Topics include Fox Indians claims, Indians of North America tribal citizenship, and Sauk Indians claims. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Indians Affairs and Elmer Manatowa, Jr.

F 32: Indian Affairs, Seminole Tribe, 1967.

Topics include federal aid to Indians in Oklahoma, Seminole Indians claims, Seminole Indians funeral customs and rites, and Seminole Indians land tenure. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs.

F 33: Indian Affairs, Shawnee Tribe, 1967.

Topics include Shawnee Indians claims. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs and United States Indian Claims Commission.

F 34: Indian Affairs, Sioux Tribe, 1967.

Topics include Dakota Indians claims and Dakota Indians land tenure. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs.

F 35: Indian Affairs, Tiwa Tribe, 1967.

Topics include Tigua Indians legal status, laws, etc.

F 36: Indian Affairs, Wyandotte Tribe, 1967.

Topics include Wyandot Indians funeral customs and rites, Wyandot Indians land tenure, Wyandot Indians legal status, laws, etc., and Huron Cemetery in Kansas City, Kansas. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, Wyandotte Tribe of Oklahoma (resolution), and the Business Committee of the Wyandotte Tribe of Oklahoma (resolution).

F 37: Indian Affairs, Constituent Correspondence, A-B, 1967.

Topics include Chief Red Fox (1870), Oklahomans for Indian Opportunity, Indians of North American claims, Indians of North American legal status, laws, etc., Indians of North America social conditions in the 20th century, and Indians of North America tribal citizenship. Correspondents include LaDonna Harris, Library of Congress, National Congress of American Indians (memorandum), Smithsonian Institution, United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, and the United States Indian Arts and Crafts Board.

F 38: Indian Affairs, Constituent Correspondence, C-D, 1967.

Topics include Oklahomans for Indian Opportunity, flood damage in Walters, Oklahoma, Indians of North America claims, services for Indians of North America, Indians of North America tribal citizenship, and the Chockpoyah family. Correspondents include Ada Deer, Vine Deloria, LaDonna Harris, Dwight D. Eisenhower, American National Red Cross, Indian Rights Association, Oklahoma Department of Public Welfare, United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, and Indian Truth.

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