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Series III. American Indian Defense Association, Inc. papers [series]:
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Guide
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Letter to Pueblo tribal officials.
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Written statement to the "Oakland Forum".
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Secretary Work confirms the "Irresponsible Propaganda" and light starts to break on Indian affairs.
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Letter to the members Congress.
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The hidden crisis in forestry situation.
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Letter to Senator Smoot.
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Letter to the officers of the New Mexico Pueblos.
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Letter to members of U.S. Senate in regard to pending vote on Flathead power-site (2 copies).
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The money stake of the Indians in the Flathead Power-site lease controversy.
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"Recall this bill and protect Pueblo Indians"! (Senate Bill 700).
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To the members of the Senate "Broken faith with the Indians and a trick upon Congress", the Pueblo Conservancy Bill (S.700).
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Rio Grande Pueblo Conservancy.
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To Senators: the Pueblo outrage which jeopardizes all Indians.
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Rio Grande Conservancy Bill sent back to committee.
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Does the language divert the Flathead Indian revenues?
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To the members of the House and Senate: the Cramton Pueblo Conservancy outrage.
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To the officials of the Pueblos: the Conservancy Bill.
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Statement by John Collier and A. A. Grorud, dealing with certain statements by representative Louis C. Cramton, made on the floor of the House, February 16, 1928.
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To the members of congress: the acknowledged facts which condemn the pending Rio Grande Pueblo Conservancy Bill.
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To the several newspapers associations: Middle Rio Grande Pueblo Conservancy Bill.
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Mary Austin declares amended Pueblo Conservancy Bill a menace to the Indians and to the Spanish-American white farmers of New Mexico
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A final plea to the Senate on behalf of the Pueblo Indians and of simple national honor.
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"Has the Pueblo irrigated acreage been shrinking within historic times"?
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Bulletin No. 1 of series "Conservancy and reclamation on Indian Lands"; "The nightmare of Indian Bureau reclamation and Conservancy,".
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Fictions and mysteries of the Indian Bureau. Presented by the Bureau of Officers to the Committees of Congress. Haskell Institute Farm Mystery.
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Summary report on the Crow Reservation Irrigation scandal.
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Part of the Indian office record before Congress with respect to the irrigation project on the Crow Reservation.
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Bulletin No. 2 of series, "Conservancy and reclamation of Indian lands", The Fort Belknap, Montana irrigation fiasco and the Indian deceit with respect to it.
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Bulletin No. 3 of series "Conservancy and reclamation of Indian lands", The Fort Peck irrigation collapse.
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Indian Bureau misrepresentations to Congress with respect to its expenditures on the Crow Reservation.
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To the members of the House of Representatives.
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Do Indian children slowly starve?.
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Fast and loose goes the Ute Indian money.
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The Indian Bureau's renewed battle against reform and its whitewash venture of February 1, 1929.
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Apache Indians and the Senate investigation.
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The Indian Bureau's thirty one million dollar joy ride in the guise of reclamation enterprises.
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Governor New Mexico committee ...in the matter of Indian boarding schools.
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Indian boarding schools and the Santa Fe New Mexican.
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Three propaganda statements about Indian boarding schools.
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A statistician to the rescue.
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The Fort Mojave school record and the Bureau's new propaganda.
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Suggestions concerning future Indian policy, legislation, and administration.
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The meeting of the council of all the New Mexico Pueblos.
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Items of the Indian Defense program-Winter of 1929-1930.
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The immediate tasks of the American Indian Defense Association, Inc..
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The Congressman Cramton mystery a partial explanation of his Flathead power site conduct.
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Continued hunger and distress for Indian boarding school children.
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Dr. Haven Emerson asks President Hoover to renew his plea for food and clothing for Indian children. February 28, 1930
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The war department set up of Flathead power rentals.
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Hoover's emergency relief request for Indian children and what happened to it?
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Shall the Indian children's hopes, wakened by President Hoover, be dashed.
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Petition to U.S. Senate to amend the deficiency bill.
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The effect of the appropriations just recommended by the Senate Appropriations Committee.
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The Interior Department's construction of the middle Rio Grande Conservancy contract is right.
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The Senate should reconsider its acceptance of the conferee's report on the Indian food and items in the deficiency bill March 18, 1930.
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To the officers of the Pueblos: the Swing-Johnson Indian.
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Exactly what the Hoover food and standard for Indian boarding school children requires in the 1931 Interior Appropriation.
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The record and position of the Indian Bureau, showing that the Indian children must rely on the Senate and their unofficial friends.
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Mr. Walter H. Wheeler's charge against assistant Commissioner Scattergood of the Indian Bureau.
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Part of the testimony of John Collier on the Flathead power site controversy.
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Investigating Indian irrigation and reimbursable indebtedness.
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The Flathead rental set up of the War Department, and its fictitious data obtained from what mysterious agency?
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The Flathead jugglery of the War Department, and its fictitious data obtained from some other agency.
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To the officers of the middle Rio Grande Pueblos: concerning how much money should be paid by the government to Conservancy District.
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The power site decision at verge of injury to the and the Indians.
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The new power proposal of the Department of the Interior.
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Report on the food and clothing appropriation for Indian children.
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Worse and worse grow the revealed intentions of the government departments with respect to the Flathead power site.
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Luxuries for the Indian! "Slow starvation."
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Compares Flathead power site deal to Albert B. Fall record.
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Subsidizing the Anaconda Copper Company in Montana.
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Defeat this Indian Bureau Bill establishing tyranny over the Indians!
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A new espionage over Indians proposed by the new Indian commissioners.
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Copy of the letter addressed by the Board of Directors of the American Indian Defense Association, Inc., to Secretary Ray Lyman Wilbur of the Department of the Interior.
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Editorial page 310, The New Republic, May 7, 1930. "Flogging of Indian children in government boarding schools."
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I. Secretary Wilbur's reply to the Board of Director's letter.
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II. A letter by the Executive Secretary to the President of the Association dealing with Secretary Wilbur's letter.
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I. A letter by Dr. Haven Emerson to Secretary Wilbur.
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II. A letter by the Board of Directors to Secretary Wilbur.
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Cramton and the power trust steal a march on Congress.
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The Flathead license outrage and the Interior Department's ironical defense.
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The Flathead license subverts the federal water power act and destroys public regulation.
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Letter to the officers of the New Mexico Pueblos concerning Bill H.R. 12615.
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The betrayal of regulation through the Flathead power site license.
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Declares Simms Bill a threat to Pueblo Indian life.
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Letter from Secretary of the Interior Wilbur in regards to Flathead Power site.
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The birthright of regulation sold, and the mess of pottage not secured in exchange by the unprecedented Flathead power license.
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The Indian Bureau when defying parental wishes and forcing Indian children into boarding schools.
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Senator Frazier, Committee Chairman, moves to protect Pueblo Indians and white settlers of New Mexico (2 copies).
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Representative passes out March 2nd. Thereafter, the Swing-Johnson Bill can certainly be enacted.
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The case against Herbert J. Hagerman of the Indian Bureau as established to date.
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Indian education after two years, the situation demands action, not delay through a $100,000 self-investigation by the delinquent Indian Bureau.
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The Indian Bureau charged with deception or with being the victim of deception in the matter of Navajo land adjustments.
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Dr. Hoffman insists: "All that can reasonably be done is being done to promote the of our Indians." Is it true? A statistician's three horned dilemma.
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Report on El Capitan Grande Indian and the Barona Ranch situation.
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Report on El Capitan Grande Indian and the Barona Ranch situation.
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Destruction of Indian rights and protections by the new grazing permit regulations of the Indian Bureau.
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Improper guardianship.
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Illegal and coercive leasing of Indian lands to whites through the Indian Bureau's permit scheme.
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Letter to the officers of the Pueblos concerning the Compensation Bill.
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Nothing but instantaneous action can save the economic life of the Navajos.
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Can anything force the Indian Bureau to adequate action in the Navajo relief matter?
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Letter to all friends of the Navajo Indians concerning procrastination of Indian Office in responding to sheep crisis.
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Increasing ruin of the Navajo tribe through government neglect following the storm disaster (2 copies).
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"The apex of meanness" the Mescalero expenditures.
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To the members of congress and to friends of the Indian everywhere, letter signed by Indian leaders charging deplorable conditions of Indians.
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Highlights of the case for removing H.J. Hagerman from the government payroll.
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Resolution calling for government aid for Indians in distress and for the saving of the Navajo sheep. House Committee Resolution.
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Open letter concerning forthcoming statement to be introduced into the Congressional record.
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Memorandum for the Press, Secretary Wilbur's response to Senator King's statement in the Senate.
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Statement by John Collier in reply to a statement by Secretary Ray Lyman Wilbur of the Interior Department.
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Pueblo council challenges Wilbur to prove statements.
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Editorial. Albuquerque Journal. March 17, 1932, "Mr. Hagerman's salary."
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Editorial. New Mexico State Tribune. March 18, 1932, "The Hagerman Ouster."
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Editorial. Albuquerque Journal March 18, 1932, Secretary Wilbur's insulting letter to Isleta Pueblo Council.
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"Indian Truth"? Controversy between the Indian Rights Association and the American Indian Defense Association.
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Do you know? statistics on Indian Bureau expenditures.
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Give and take between the Secretary of the Interior and the Indian tribes.
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More light on the Yakima Water Rights Bill.
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Cause of the delay of the Pueblo Bill.
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Press release declaring Bill H.R. 10351 a menace to all Indian tribes.
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Proposed repeal of espionage and marital law statutes affecting Indians.
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A bill to gag and terrorize the employees of executive departments.
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International Committee on the graphic display of the Native Races of America.
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Needs in administration of Indian property.
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Letter to Commissioner of Indian Affairs protesting the proposed alienation of thirteen reservoir sites and Mountain Lakes, property of the Flathead tribe of Montana.
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Shall the Hagerman Agreement divesting the Walapai tribe of Arizona be confirmed.
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The Walapai issue stated in a nutshell.
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Why constructive Indian legislation is not being passed.
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American Indian Defense Association Inc..
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A statement about the Albuquerque Indian Boarding School under superintendent Reuben Perry who is now a candidate for assistant commissioner of Indian Affairs.
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Immediate tasks and events in Indian defense.
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The destruction of Indian tribal capital by the Indian Bureau in the year 1932.
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Information bulletin: of interest to the Pueblos, the Navajos and the allotted Indians.
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Wheeler-Howard appropriations total over six million dollars.
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House Committee ignores demand for Collier's removal.
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Important arts and crafts bill gets Senate Committee's approval.
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The Federal Government cannot evade its obligation to help the public school districts meet the costs of educating Indian youth.
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Senate Indian Committee opens public hearings on Oklahoma Welfare bill.
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Senate Committee concludes hearings on Oklahoma Welfare Bill---Grady Lewis presents moving plea for five tribes---Joseph Briner is lone dissenter.
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House Indian Committee opens public hearings on Thomas Rogers Bill-Creeks and Choctaws and Chickasaws submit endorsement.
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Suggested amendments to the Thomas-Rogers Bill.
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Issue of recovering federal jurisdiction over Five Civilized Tribes emerges as contested point at second hearing on Thomas-Rogers Bill.
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State courts defended by Eufaula Guardian at third hearing on Thomas-Rogers Bill-Grady Lewis presents cases to support charges.
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Clark Nicholas concludes testimony on Thomas-Rogers Bill-attacks argument of Grady Lewis.
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A 'dirt farmer" views the Oklahoma Indian problem extracts from letters of a white neighbor of the Cherokees which abound in great common sense.
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Some more common sense from an Oklahoma farmer this time anent the abolition of the Indian Bureau and the campaign against the Thomas-Rogers Bill.
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The company is fighting the arts and crafts bill.
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House Indian Committee bills Oklahoma Welfare Bill without discussion. Hopes now center on Senator Thomas to secure passage of Senate bill.
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Bill to give tribes participating control over tribal funds is introduced.