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Series II. 70th Congress bulletins [series]:
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Guide
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No. 5. The state and the Indians.
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No. 6. "Orgies of Indian Extravagance, wild and fantastic."
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No. 8. Need for immediate action on the California court of claims H.R. 491.
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No. 10. The Indian death rate still rising-what the new census tables disclose.
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No. 11. Indian Bureau Expenditures - States of Montana and North Dakota.
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No. 12. The Flathead water-power site amendment to the pending appropriation bill.
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No. 13. Defeat this bureau scheme for confiscating Indian powers.
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No. 14. What is meant by "commercial value of a power site"?
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No. 15. State cooperation in Indian welfare-some misunderstandings corrected.
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No. 16. Shall the Indian bureau continue to block the development of the Flathead power site?
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No. 17. A new assault against Indian water-power rights, The Carlos Apaches are the victims in the pending appropriation bill.
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No. 18. Value of the Flathead power sites.
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No. 20. An Indian tribal governor made spokesman for the Indian Bureau.
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No. 21. Confiscating the Apache water-power site-will the senate commit this action?
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No. 22. The renewed attack against Indian ownership of executive order reservations.
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No. 23. The attack against the Carlos Apache ...Interior Department Bill.
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No. 9-A The proof that Indian welfare effort succeeds and the justification for a new appeal for aid.
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To the press of New Mexico: position of the American Indian Defense Association on the middle Rio Conservancy Bill.
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The Rio Grande Conservancy Bill (Pueblo) correction of a mis-statement and some important new facts.
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No. 25. Now the Senate knows the issues in the Conservancy Bill, S.700.
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Arabian Nights argument for the Pueblo Conservancy Bill S.700: total errors statement regarding water priorities and taxation.
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No. 26. The president's veto has been asked for the Pueblo Conservancy Bill.
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No. 27. Fifty Jackson Barnett cases coming safe from court accounting (HR 7204).
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re Pueblo Appropriation in Deficiency Bill.
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The crisis of the Pueblo Indians explanatory statement accompanying copies of documents by Mr. Louis Marshall, attorney for the Pueblo tribes.
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The Indian Bureau's Conservancy scheme is finally exposed.