FRED R. HARRIS COLLECTION
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Box 74

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Box 74: Indian Affairs, Constituent Correspondence, E-H, 1967 - Industries, Architecture, 1967

F 1: Indian Affairs, Constituent Correspondence, E-H, 1967.

Topics include Five Civilized Tribes claims, Kansa Indians in Oklahoma, Taos Indians, and Tom McSpadden, Correspondents include Hubert H. Humphrey (article), Harold V. Hunter, American National Red Cross, Brookings Institution, Oklahomans for Indian Opportunity, United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, United States Bureau of Indian Affairs Branch of Credit and Financing (credit report), United States Department of the Interior, William Flores, and Instituto Mexicano NorteAmericano.

F 2: Indian Affairs, Constituent Correspondence, I-K, 1967.

Topics include Stewart L. Udall, Indian Record, United States Department of the Interior administration, United States Indian Claims Commission, Indians of North America education, Indians of North America politics and government, Indians of North America socialization, Navajo Indians, Robert L. Bennett, and Economic Development Bill. Correspondents include Overton James, Inter-Tribal Council of Five Civilized Tribes of Oklahoma, United States Bureau of Indian Affairs (press release), United States Department of the Interior (press releases), Indian Community Action Project, and Instituto Mexicano NorteAmericano.

F 3: Indian Affairs, Constituent Correspondence, L, 1967.

Topics include Indians of North American claims, Osage Indians finance, Mary Penn Camp, and Indian Reorganization Act. Correspondents include Stanley C. Draper, Oklahoma Bar Association, Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce, and the United States Bureau of Indian Affairs.

F 4: Indian Affairs, Constituent Correspondence, Mc-O, 1967.

Topics include Paul Pitts (principal chief of the Osage Indians). . Correspondents include George S. McGovern, National Congress of American Indians, Oklahoma Industrial Development and Park Department, Texas Attorney General's Office, United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, and the United States Bureau of Indian Affairs Muskogee Area Office (reports).

F 5: Indian Affairs, Constituent Correspondence, P-S, 1967.

Topics include A. S. Mike Monroney and Five Civilized Tribes claims. Correspondents include Alaska Federation of Nations, Cherokee Nation, United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, and the League of Nations Pan-American Indians.

F 6: Indian Affairs, Constituent Correspondence, T-Z, 1967.

Topics include Fort Sill Indian School, Museum of the Great Plains, archaeological excavations in Oklahoma, Indians of North American claims, Indians of North America education, and peyote. Correspondents include LaDonna Harris, Great Plains Historical Association, National Park Service, Smithsonian Institution, and United States Bureau of Indian Affairs.

F 7: Indian Affairs, International, 1967.

Topics include Indians of North America languages, linguistics, and Bible Translation Day.

F 8: Indian Affairs, Legislation, 1967.

Topics include Indian Claims Commission, Indians of North American claims, Indians of North America government relations, Indian Claims Commission Act of 1946, and the Indian Resources Development Act of 1967. Correspondents include Overton James, Inter-Tribal Council of Five Civilized Tribes of Oklahoma, National Congress of American Indians, Osage Tribal Council, United Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Board of National Missions, United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, Paul Pitts (chief of the Osage Indians), and the League of Nations Pan-American Indians.

F 9: Indian Affairs, Indian Health, 1967.

Topics include Creek Indians medical care in Oklahoma and Indians of North America health and hygiene. Correspondents include Overton James, Inter-Tribal Council of Five Civilized Tribes of Oklahoma, United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Social and Rehabilitative Service, United States Indian Health Service, United States Public Health Service, Ponca Tribal Council, and Seminole Municipal Hospital in Seminole, Oklahoma.

F 10: Indian Affairs, Indian Health, 1967.

Topics include Indians of North America health and hygiene. Correspondents include LaDonna Harris, Richard L. Ottinger, United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, United States Indian Health Service, United States Public Health Service, and Stanton L. Young.

F 11: Indian Affairs, Indian Property, 1967.

Topics include Pawnee Indians land tenure in Oklahoma. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs.

F 12: Indian Affairs, Indian Property, 1967.

Topics include Indians of North American claims, Indians of North America land tenure, and Indian Long-Term Leasing Act of 1955. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs and the United States Department of the Interior (press release).

F 13: Indian Affairs, Indian Property, 1967.

Topics include Indians of North American claims, Indians of North America finance, and Indians of North America land tenure. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs and the Lawton Baseball Association.

F 14: Indian Affairs, Indian Roads, 1967.

Topics include roads design and construction in Oklahoma and State Highway 82. Correspondents include Wes Watkins, Kiamichi Economic Development District of Oklahoma, and the United States Bureau of Indian Affairs.

F 15: Indian Affairs, Indian Schools, 1967.

Topics include Indians of North America education and school facilities in Oklahoma. Correspondents include Oklahoma State Department of Education, Southwestern Cooperative Educational Laboratory, United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, and the United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare.

F 16: Indian Affairs, Indian Wills and Indian Housing, 1967.

Topics include Dominick V. Daniels, Indians of North America housing, and Indians of North America legal status, laws, etc. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs.

F 17: Indian Affairs, Vocational Training and Employment, 1967.

Topics include Oklahoma State Department of Vocational and Technical Education, Rough Rock Demonstration School, Indians of North America education, and vocational education in the United States. Correspondents include LaDonna Harris, Sargent Shriver, Oklahomans for Indian Opportunity, Opportunities Industrialization Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Southern Baptist Convention Home Mission Board, United States United Methodist Church Board of Missions, United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, United States Department of the Interior, and United States Office of Economic Opportunity.

F 18-19: Indian Affairs, Madera Project, 1967.

Topics include Indians of North America education, and vocational education in the United States. Correspondents include Madera Employment Training Center, and the Philco-Ford Corporation.

F 20: Indian Affairs, Policy, 1967.

Topics include National Congress of American Indians, Indians of North America government relations, Indians of North America legal status, laws, etc., and services for Indians of North America. Correspondents include Hubert H. Humphrey (speech), Overton James, Stewart L. Udall, Inter-Tribal Council of Five Civilized Tribes of Oklahoma, United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, United States Department of the Interior, and Robert L Bennett.

F 21: Indian Affairs, International, 1967.

Topics include Indians of North America language and Bible Translation Day. Correspondents include Summer Institute of Linguistics and Wycliffe Bible Translators.

F 22: Industries, Aircraft and Missiles, 1967.

F 23: Industries, Architecture, 1967.

Topics include Chilocco Indian School Oklahoma and architecture in Oklahoma.

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