CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
DEPARTMENTAL SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory

Box 139

Box 140: Health, Education and Welfare (1976) - Interior (1976).

F 1: Health, Education and Welfare (1976).  Swine Flu.

Correspondence:  re:  liability protection for drug manufacturers swine flu vaccine. Correspondents include:  President Gerald R. Ford.

F 2: Health, Education and Welfare (1976).  Tobacco.

Report:  Public Health Service:  "State Legislation on Smoking and Health 1975" (December 1975).  84 pages.

F 3: Housing and Urban Development, Department of (1976). Absentee Shawnee.

Correspondence:  re:  Two Absentee Shawnee HUD projects.

F 4: Housing and Urban Development, Department of (1976). Atoka.

a. Correspondence:  re:  low-rental housing in Atoka.

b. Office notes:  re:  housing eligibility for Atoka housing project.

F 5: Housing and Urban Development, Department of (1976). Choctaw County:  Crowder and Hugo.

Correspondence:  re:  Hugo Community development project; Crowder's application for community development grant.

F 6: Housing and Urban Development, Department of (1976). Cushing.

Correspondence:  re:  Cushing's application for community development grant.

F 7: Housing and Urban Development, Department of (1976). Durant.

Correspondence:  re:  problems with Federally supported housing complex; proposed rent increase for government supported housing at Durant facility; alleged mismanagement of Durant housing project.

F 8: Housing and Urban Development, Department of (1976). Federal Disaster Assistance Administration.

Correspondence:  re:  Availability of funds to assist Civil Defense unites in equipment purchasing; assistance need for construction of storm shelter at Vamoosa.

F 9: Housing and Urban Development, Department of (1976). Flood Insurance.

Correspondence:  re:  relocation of families who live on Guthrie flood plan; flood plain management for Wister.

F 10: Housing and Urban Development, Department of (1976). General.

a. Correspondence:  re:  installation of solar energy systems in private homes and buildings; nation's housing and community development needs; funding for Guthrie's Community Development Block Grant; housing projects; proposed rent increases in HUD supervised apartments. Correspondents include:  Carla A. Hills.

b. Federal Register:  HUD Register:  HUD Department:  "Community Development Block Grants - Eligible Activities" (January 19, 1976).

c. Report:  HUD Department:  "Ninth Report to Congress on the Emergency Homeowners' Relief Act" (December 23, 1976).  Cover Letter signed by Carla A. Hills.

F 11: Housing and Urban Development, Department of (1976). Grant Announcements.

Twenty-eight grant announcements.

F 12: Housing and Urban Development, Department of (1976). Indian Programs (general).

a. Correspondence:  re:  lack of Indian housing construction in Cotton County; proposal to transfer Indian housing responsibilities for Oklahoma from Dallas to Denver Regional Office; Indian housing problems; regulations on Indian housing programs.

b. Federal Register:  HUD Department:  "Low Income Housing - Indian Housing" (September 19, 1975).

c. Office note:  re:  Mill Creek Indian Housing project.

d. Copy of clipping:  re:  naming of Victor Looney as Executive Director of Chickasaw Housing Authority in Ada.

F 13: Housing and Urban Development, Department of (1976). Personnel.

Correspondence:  re:  expenditure of public funds in Ardmore and accounting of the funds.

F 14: Housing and Urban Development, Department of (1976). Publications.

Report:  Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations:  "ACIR State Legislative Program - Housing and Community Development" (December 1975).  196 pages.

F 15: Housing and Urban Development, Department of (1976). Red Oak.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Red Oak's application for Community Development Block Grant.

b. Office notes:  re:  Red Oak water system project.

c. Report:  Ammerman, Butler and Thomas, Inc.:  "Preliminary Engineering Report - Water Improvements, Red Oak, Oklahoma" (January 1976).  9 pages.

F 16: Housing and Urban Development, Department of (1976). Seminole County:  Lima, Sasakwa and Wewoka.

Correspondence:  re:  Lima's sewage project; Sasakwa`s water system problems; Sasakwa`s application for Community Development Block Grant; Wewoka's application for low rent housing subsidies. Correspondents include:  Jeff Johnston (OK).

F 17: Housing and Urban Development, Department of (1976). Spiro.

Correspondence:  re:  disaster assistance for Spiro. Correspondents include:  Robert E. Jones (AL).

F 18: Housing and Urban Development, Department of (1976). Wynnewood.

Correspondence:  re:  Wynnewood's application for Community Development Block Grant. Correspondents include:  Carla A. Hills.

F 19: Indian Claims Commission (1976).

Various Information:  re:  extension of Indian Claims Commission.

F 20: Interior, Department of the (1976). Appropriations.

a. Report:  Department of the Interior:  "Funds Programmed in Fiscal Years 1975, 1976, the Transition Quarter and 1977 in the Third Congressional District of Oklahoma" (1976).

b. News Release:  Department of the Interior:  "Interior's 1977 Budget Requests Reflect Increased Funding for Park Operations, Reclamation and Energy Activities" (January 21, 1976).

F 21: Interior, Department of the (1976). Coal.

a. Correspondence:  re:  amendments to Mineral Leasing Act of 1920; Federal Coal lease of General Portland, Inc.

b. Copies of clippings:  re:  lift of moratorium on strip mining; coal leasing.

c. News Release:  Bureau of Land Management:  "Interior Requests Specific Nominations for Federal Coal Lease Tracts" (June 1, 1976).

d. Various rules and regulations:  re:  coal leasing of Federal Lands.

e. News Release:  Department of the Interior:  "Interior Defines Test for Federal Preference Right Lease Application" (May 7, 1976).

f. Congressional Record (January 21, 1976).

g. H. R. 6721:  "To amend the Mineral Leasing Act of 1920, and for other purposes."  (Patsy Mink - Hawaii).  94th Congress, 1st Session (1975).  Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs.

h. House Report 94-681 (H. R. 6721):  "To amend the Mineral Leasing Act of 1921, and for other purposes."  94th Congress, 1st Session (1975).

F 22: Interior, Department of the (1976). Energy.

a. News Release:  Department of the Interior:  "Private Sector Must Provide Key to Nation's Energy Solutions, Kleppe Says" (May 4, 1976).

b. Report:  Department of the Interior:  "Energy Perspectives II" (June 1976).  224 pages.

F 23: Interior, Department of the (1976). Fish and Wildlife Service.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Oklahoma's National Hunting and Fishing Day.

b. Various copies of clippings:  re:  National Hunting and Fishing Day.

F 24: Interior, Department of the (1976). General.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Economic Resources Development Association of Oklahoma; publication America 200:  The Legacy of Our Lands. Correspondents include:  Thomas S. Kleppe.

b. News Release:  Department of the Interior:  "Vignette Tracing Creation of Interior Department Published" (March 3, 1976).

c. Booklet:  Department of the Interior:  "Creation of the Department of the Interior, March 3, 1849" (March 3, 1976).  13 pages.

F 25: Interior, Department of the (1976). Indian Affairs, Bureau of:  American Indian Institute.

Newsletter:  American Indian Institute:  "The AII News" (April 1976).

F 26: Interior, Department of the (1976). Indian Affairs, Bureau of:  American Indian Policy Review Commission.

a. Correspondence:  re:  American Indian Policy Review Commission; public hearings of Urban and Rural Non-Reservation Task Force. Correspondents include:  James Abourezk (SD).

b. Copy of clipping:  re:  Oklahoma Indians' status.

F 27: Interior, Department of the (1976). Indian, Affairs, Bureau of: Americans for Indian Opportunity.

Various AIO news briefs.

F 28: Interior, Department of the (1976). Indian, Affairs, Bureau of: Anadarko Agency.

Directory:  BIA Anadarko Area Office:  "Anadarko Area Tribal Directory" (1976).

F 29: Interior, Department of the (1976). Indian, Affairs, Bureau of: Arkansas Riverbed.

Correspondence:  re:  U.S. Supreme Court decision on possession of Arkansas Riverbed in Oklahoma. Correspondents include:  Thomas S. Kleppe.

F 30: Interior, Department of the (1976). Indian, Affairs, Bureau of: Arts and Crafts Board.

a. Brochure:  Indian Arts and Crafts Board:  "Shawls and Vests by Elsie Monroe."

b. Brochure:  Indian Arts and Crafts Board:  "Paintings by Blackbear Bosin."

F 31: Interior, Department of the (1976). Indian, Affairs, Bureau of: Cherokee.

Correspondence:  re:  Cherokee Nation judgement funds; Cherokee tribal elections.

F 32: Interior, Department of the (1976). Indian, Affairs, Bureau of: Chickasaw.

a. Correspondence:  re:  assistance in possible weekly publication of Chickasaw news; Chickasaw tribal lands; Chickasaw's application for Indian Education assistance; Chickasaw proposal for alcoholism program; recommendation of L. M. Cass for Director of Chickasaw Indian Housing.

b. Copies of Clippings:  re:  Chickasaw tribal complex in Ada.

c. Newsletter:  Chickasaw Nation:  "The Chickasaw Times" (April - June 1976).

F 33: Interior, Department of the (1976). Indian, Affairs, Bureau of: Choctaw.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Choctaw alcoholism grant application; distribution of Choctaw tribal funds; unemployment in southeastern Oklahoma; legislation dealing with Arkansas Riverbed matter.

b. Copies of clippings:  re:  Choctaw personnel.

F 34: Interior, Department of the (1976). Indian, Affairs, Bureau of: Creek.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Creek Proposal for Flood control project on Deep Fork of Canadian River; Creek proposal for consumer education program.

b. Copy of clipping:  re:  full recognition of tribes.

F 35: Interior, Department of the (1976). Indian, Affairs, Bureau of: Education.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Proposed reorganization of BIA Central Office Education; proposed major changes in Indian education programs.

b. Memoranda:  re:  Indian Education Resources Center; Organization of Office of Indian Education Programs; April activity report of Indian Education Resources Center.

c. Speech:  Dr. William J. Benham:  "An Indian Education Resources Center."

d. Article:  William J. Benham:  "A Philosophy of Indian Education" (October 1975).

F 36: Interior, Department of the (1976). Indian, Affairs, Bureau of: Education:  Oklahoma.

a. Report:  BIA Anadarko Area Office:  "Task Force Report on Anadarko Area Residential Schools" (February 1976).

b. Report:  Oklahoma State University:  "Oklahoma Indian Education Needs Assessment, Volume I - Summary, Conclusions, and Recommendations" (March 1976).  68 pages.

F 37: Interior, Department of the (1976). Indian, Affairs, Bureau of: General.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Army's attempt at historical revisionism of Wounded Knee; proposal for "open season" to Home Purchase Program; Indian paintings; revenue sharing funds; Charles Ward's campaign; legislation to establish North American Indian Day.

b. Report:  American Indian Nurses' Association, Inc.:  "Discrimination by the Civil Service Commission against the Nursing Profession and American Indian People."  9 pages.

c. News Release:  Department of the Interior:  "Indian Programs" (January 21, 1976).

d. News Release:  BIA:  "Calender of Indian Celebrations, Fairs Published" (May 10, 1976).

F 38: Interior, Department of the (1976). Indian, Affairs, Bureau of: Indian Action.

a. Correspondence:  re:  funding for Choctaw Indian Action Team; funding level of Indian Action Teams. Correspondents include:  Sidney R. Yates (IL).

b. Report:  BIA:  "Indian Action Team Program" (December 1974).  10 pages.

c. Report:  Blackfeet Indian Action Team:  "The Economic Impact of Indian Action Teams Throughout the United States" (April 7, 1976).  16 pages.

F 39: Interior, Department of the (1976). Indian, Affairs, Bureau of: Indian Preference.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Indian preference; preference eligibility for Indians in employment of BIA; redefinition of "Indian" for purposes of Indian preference employment. Correspondents include:  James Abourezk (SD); Lloyd Meeds (WA).

b. Office note:  re:  Rules and regulations promulgated by BIA for Indian preference.

F 40: Interior, Department of the (1976). Indian, Affairs, Bureau of: Kiowa-Comanche-Apache.

Correspondence:  re:  Judgement funds awarded to Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache tribes. Correspondents include:  Lloyd Meeds (WA).

F 41: Interior, Department of the (1976). Indian, Affairs, Bureau of: Muskogee Office.

Report:  BIA Muskogee Area Office:  "Tribal and Bureau Report" (1976).  112 pages.

F 42: Interior, Department of the (1976). Indian, Affairs, Bureau of: Native American Awareness Week.

a. Correspondence:  re:  H. J. Res. 946:  establishing Native American Awareness Week.

b. H. J. Res. 946:  "Authorizing the President to proclaim the week of October 10 through 16, 1976, as `Native American Awareness Week.'"  94th Congress, 2nd Session (1976).

F 43: Interior, Department of the (1976). Indian, Affairs, Bureau of: Oklahoma.

Copy of clippings:  re:  Indian return to reservation; and U.S. shunning of duty to State's Indians.

F 44: Interior, Department of the (1976). Indian, Affairs, Bureau of: Oklahoma Indian Rights Association.

Correspondence:  re:  OIRA's proposed Paralegal Training Program to Provide Legal Assistance for Oklahoma Indians.

F 45: Interior, Department of the (1976). Indian, Affairs, Bureau of: Osage.

Correspondence:  re:  expenditure of education and socioeconomic funds of Osage tribe; Osage voting eligibility; poll taken by Osage tribe; disposition of Osage judgement funds.

F 46: Interior, Department of the (1976). Indian, Affairs, Bureau of: Ottawa-Peoria-Modoc.

Correspondence:  re:  reinstatement of terminated Oklahoma tribes:  Ottawa, Peoria, Modoc, and Wyandotte.

F 47: Interior, Department of the (1976). Indian, Affairs, Bureau of: Personnel.

Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 585 - dealing with personnel problems caused by Indian preference laws; early-out opportunity for employees not entitled to Indian preference; recommendation of Lafollette Butler for Commissioner of Indian Affairs. Correspondents include:  David N. Henderson (NC); Thomas S. Kleppe.

F 48: Interior, Department of the (1976). Indian, Affairs, Bureau of: Potawatomi.

Correspondence:  re:  economic development loan for Potawatomi tribe; Potawatomi tribe's Indian Action Team Program.

F 49: Interior, Department of the (1976). Indian, Affairs, Bureau of: Reorganization.

Correspondence:  re:  proposed abolishment of area offices in Oklahoma; reorganized office serving Five Civilized Tribes.

F 50: Interior, Department of the (1976). Indian, Affairs, Bureau of: Roads.

Correspondence:  re:  Bengal road from Talihina North; Honobia Road project. Correspondents include:  James E. Hamilton (OK).

F 51: Interior, Department of the (1976). Indian, Affairs, Bureau of: Sac and Fox.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Mary McCormick's election as Principal Chief of Sac and Fox tribe.

b. Office notes:  re:  distribution of Sac and Fox tribal funds.

F 52: Interior, Department of the (1976). Indian, Affairs, Bureau of: Seminole.

Correspondence:  re:  settlement of Florida land claims between Seminole Nations of Oklahoma and Florida; Seminole National Treaty Organization; Seminole leasing of federal buildings; construction of facilities for Wewoka Indian Health clinic; legal assistance from Interior Department Solicitor's Office and travel arrangements for trial attorneys. Correspondents include:  Bill Dawson (OK); and Thomas S. Kleppe.

F 53: Interior, Department of the (1976). Indian, Affairs, Bureau of: Shawnee.

Correspondence:  re:  Indian Health Service clinic for Shawnee tribe. Correspondents include:  David L. Boren (OK).

F 54: Interior, Department of the (1976). Indian, Affairs, Bureau of: United Tribes of Western Oklahoma and Kansas.

Correspondence:  re:  Indian Health Service; emergency meeting of United Tribes.

F 55: Interior, Department of the (1976). Indian, Affairs, Bureau of: Wichita-Caddo-Delaware.

a. Correspondence:  re:  proposed park project.

b. Various documents:  re:  Industrial park project.

F 56: Interior, Department of the (1976). Lake Murray.

a. Correspondence:  re:  conveyance of oil and gas mineral leases on lands in Lake Murray State Park.

b. Memo:  re:  eliminating Lake Murray reversion clause (H. R. 7682).

F 57: Interior, Department of the (1976). Land Management, Bureau of.

a. Correspondence:  re:  information on oil and gas leases; extension of oil and gas lease drawings.

b. Payment in lieu of Taxes Act.

F 58: Interior, Department of the (1976). Mines, Bureau of.

Correspondence:  re:  reclamation of lands that have been strip mined.

F 59: Interior, Department of the (1976). National Park Service:  Boley.

Correspondence:  re:  financial assistance for Boley redevelopment. Correspondents include:  Hannah D. Atkins (OK).

F 60: Interior, Department of the (1976). National Park Service:  Chickasaw National Recreation Area.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Establishment of Chickasaw National Recreation Area; passage of H. R. 4979.

b. Statement:  Douglas P. Wheeler (October 31, 1975).

c. Statement:  Speaker Carl Albert (October 31, 1975).

d. Copies of clippings:  re:  Platt National Park cutbacks.

e. Office notes:  re:  Chickasaw National Recreation Area Bill.

f. Senate Report 94-678 (H. R. 4979):  "To establish the Chickasaw National Recreation Area in the State of Oklahoma, and for other purposes."  94th Congress, 2nd Session (1976).

g. House Report 91-803 (H. R. 4979):  "To establish the Chickasaw National Recreation Area in the State of Oklahoma, and for other purposes."  94th Congress, 2nd Session (1976).

h. H. R. 4979:  "To establish the Chickasaw National Recreation Area in the State of Oklahoma, and for other purposes."  (Tom Steed - OK).  94th Congress, 1st Session (1975).  Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs.

i. Copies of clippings:  re:  Chickasaw National Recreation Area.

j. News Release:  National Park Service:  "Chickasaw National Recreational Area Links Existing Areas, Recognizes Indian Heritage" (March 29, 1976).

k. P. L. 94-235:  "To establish the Chickasaw National Recreation Area in the State of Oklahoma, and for other purposes."  (March 17, 1976).

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