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Accession number 2003.289
Catalog Number 2003.289.49
Object Name Magazine
Scope & Content Magazine, published by the United States Department of the Interior, Office of Indian Affairs. Washington. D.C.

In this Issue:

Notes on the Contributions.
Editorial, John Collier.
Chippewa Sailors (photo by U.S. Navy).
Letter From Jicarilla, A.E. Stover.
Removal of Indian Office To Chicago.
Aleuts Find New Homes (New York Times).
At Cherokee The War Will Not Be Lost.
Indian Soldiers Vow To Dance In Berlin (Parade).
New Indian Welfare Supervisor.
War Drums And Chants Sweep The Plains.
Evelyn Yellow Robe Wins Scholastic Honors.
Paiute Soldiers Cited for Bravery.
Dr. Polk Richards, World-Famous Trachoma Expert, Retires.
Death Ends Matthew Sniffen's Life Crusade.
Former Employees Hold Military Rank.
Indians Give Blood For Wounded Soldiers.
Indians in the News.
Rev. W. David Owl Receives Medal.
Indian Service Hospital Bombed By The Japanese.
From The Mail Bag.
Our Boys Need Planes And Bullets.
Photo by Mrs. Pauline V. Burkher, Indian Service Teacher At Point Barrow, Alaska.
Indian Service Employees Ride Horseback To Save Gas And Rubber.
Secretary Ickes Asks For 35-Mile Hour Speed Limit.
Title Indians at Work
Date 07-08-09/1942
Catalog date 2008-11-17
Condition Good
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