FRED R. HARRIS COLLECTION
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Box 113

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Box 113: Indian Affairs, President's Message on Indians, 1968 - Insurance and Retirement,. Private and Industrial Insurance and Retirement, 1968

F 1: Indian Affairs, President's Message on Indians, 1968.

Topics include Indians of North America government relations. Correspondents include Lyndon B. Johnson (report).

F 2: Indian Affairs, Arts and Crafts, 1967 - 1968.

Topics include Indian art in North America. Correspondents include United States Indian Arts and Crafts Board.

F 3: Indian Affairs, Education, 1967 - 1968.

Topics include Concho Indian School in Oklahoma, Indians of North America education, Indians of North America education in Oklahoma, Indians of North America scholarships, fellowships, etc., and off-reservation boarding schools. Correspondents include Carl Albert, LaDonna Harris, Oklahoma State Department of Education (report), Oklahomans for Indian Opportunity, United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, and the United States Bureau of Indian Affairs Muskogee Area Office.

F 4: Indian Affairs, Indian Health, 1968.

Topics include Indians of North America health and hygiene and Indians of North America hospitals in Oklahoma. Correspondents include Chickasaw Nation (resolution) and the United States Public Health Service.

F 5: Indian Affairs, Indian Health, 1965 - 1968.

Topics include Indians of North America health and hygiene. Correspondents include American Academy of Pediatrics Committee on Indian Health and the United States Indian Health Service.

F 6: Indian Affairs, Housing, 1968.

Topics include Indians of North America housing in Oklahoma. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs.

F 7: Indian Affairs, Property, 1968.

Topics include Indians of North America land tenure, Indian roads, mining leases, roads design and construction in Oklahoma, and the Pink Road Project. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs.

F 8: Indian Affairs, Vocational Training and Employment Assistance, 1967 - 1968.

Topics include Indians of North America education. Correspondents include William L. Guy, Oklahomans for Indian Opportunity, and the United States Bureau of Indian Affairs.

F 9: Indian Affairs, Indian Welfare, 1968.

F 10: Indian Affairs, Indian Wills, 1968.

Topics include Indians of North America legal status, laws, etc. and Florence Mammedaty.

F 11: Indian Affairs, 1965-1968.

Note: This folder contains many publications about American Indians. Topics include Henry B. Gonzalez. Correspondents include LaDonna Harris, Indian Rights Association, Leadership Conference on Civil Rights, Oklahomans for Indian Opportunity (report), and the Tulsa Indian Center.

F 12: Indian Affairs, Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1968.

Topics include Indians of North America economic conditions, Indians of North America government relations, and services for Indians of North America. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs and Robert L. Bennett.

F 13: Indian Affairs, Apache Tribe, 1968.

Topics include Apache Indians claims, Comanche Indians claims, and Kiowa Indians claims. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs.

F 14: Indian Affairs, Blackfeet Tribe, 1968.

Topics include Sihasapa Indians. Correspondents include National Association of Blackfeet Indians.

F 15: Indian Affairs, California Tribes, 1968.

Topics include Indians of North America education in California.

F 16: Indian Affairs, Choctaw Tribe, 1968.

Topics include Choctaw Indians government relations, Indian termination policy, and the Choctaw Termination Act. Correspondents include B. Frank Belvin, Harry J. W. Belvin, Overton James, William W. Keeler, A. S. Mike Monroney, and Chickasaw Nation.

F 17: Indian Affairs, Minneapolis Indians, 1968.

Topics include Indians of North America social conditions in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Correspondents include League of Women Voters of Minnesota in Minneapolis, Minnesota..

F 18: Indian Affairs, Otoe-Missouria Tribe, 1968.

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

F 19: Indian Affairs, Shawnee Tribe, 1968.

Topics include Indian termination policy. Correspondents include Eastern Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma, United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, and Julian B. Bluejacket.

F 20: Indian Affairs, Potawatomie Indians, 1968.

Topics include Potawatomi Indians claims. Correspondents include United States Indian Claims Commission.

F 21: Indian Affairs, Sioux Tribe, 1968.

F 22: Indian Affairs, Comanche Tribe, 1968.

Topics include Comanche Indians politics and government. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs Anadarko Area Office.

F 23: Indian Affairs, Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes, 1968.

Topics include Arapaho Indians education, Arapaho Indians politics and government, Cheyenne Indians education, and Cheyenne Indians politics and government. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs and the United States Bureau of Indian Affairs Anadarko Area Office.

F 24: Indian Affairs, Creek Tribe, 1968.

Topics include Creek Indians claims and Creek Indians politics and government. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, Creek Tribal Council, and the League of Nations Pan American Indians.

F 25: Indian Affairs, Cherokee Tribe, 1967-1968.

Topics include Samuel A. Worcester, Tsa-La-Gi (museum), and Cherokee Indians education. Correspondents include William W. Keeler, Cherokee Nation, and the United States Bureau of Indian Affairs Muskogee Area Office.

F 26: Indian Affairs, Georgia Indians, 1968.

F 27: Indian Affairs, Seminole Tribe, 1968.

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

F 28: Indian Affairs, Miami Tribe, 1968.

Topics include Miami Indians claims. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs and Forest D. Olds.

F 29: Indian Affairs, Chickasaw Tribe, 1968.

Correspondents include Chickasaw Nation (resolution).

F 30: Indian Affairs, Iowa Tribe, 1968.

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

F 31: Indian Affairs, Kiowa Tribe, 1968.

Topics include Kiowa Indians politics and government. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs.

F 32: Indian Affairs, Navajo Tribe, 1968.

F 33: Indian Affairs, Kaw Tribe, 1968.

Topics include Kansa Indians claims. Correspondents include League of Nations Pan American Indians.

F 34: Indian Affairs, Navajo Tribe, 1968.

Topics include Navajo Indians economic conditions and Navajo Indians government relations. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs.

F 35: Indian Affairs, Peoria Tribe, 1968.

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

F 36: Indian Affairs, Ponca Tribe, 1968.

Topics include Ponca Indians claims. Correspondents include United States Indian Claims Commission.

F 37: Indian Affairs, Sac-Fox Tribe, 1968.

Topics include Fox Indians claims, Fox Indians politics and government, Sauk Indians claims, and Sauk Indians politics and government. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs.

F 38: Institutions, Federal Institutions, 1968.

F 39: Institutions, Correctional, 1968.

Topics include administration of criminal justice, pardon, and parole.

F 40: Institutions, Health and Mental, 1968.

Topics include tuberculosis hospitals in Talihina, Oklahoma, and the Eastern Oklahoma tuberculosis sanitorium in Talihina, Oklahoma.

F 41: Institutions, State Institutions, 1968.

Topics include correctional institutions in Oklahoma, Oklahoma Administration of Criminal Justice, pardon, and parole.

F 42: Institutions, Nursing Homes, 1968.

Correspondents include Oklahoma Nursing Home Association.

F 43: Insurance and Retirement. Federal Government, 1968.

Topics include United States officials and employees pensions. Correspondents include A. S. Mike Monroney and the Oklahoma Blue Cross and Blue Shield.

F 44: Insurance and Retirement, Insurance, 1968.

Topics include United States officials and employees pensions and United States officials and employees salaries, etc.

F 45: Insurance and Retirement, Retirement and Annuities, 1967 - 1968.

Topics include United States officials and employees pensions. Correspondents include A. S. Mike Monroney and the National Association of Retired Civil Employees.

F 46: Insurance and Retirement, Railroad Retirement, 1968.

Topics include railroads employees pensions. Correspondents include Russell B. Long and A. S. Mike Monroney.

F 47: Insurance and Retirement, Compensations, 1968.

Topics include United States officials and employees salaries, etc. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Employees' Compensation.

F 48: Insurance and Retirement, State Government, 1968.

Correspondents include Teachers' Retirement System of Oklahoma.

F 49: Insurance and Retirement, Private and Industrial Insurance and Retirement, 1968.

Topics include pensions. Correspondents include Health Insurance Institute in New York, New York (booklet).

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