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Magazine, published by the United States Department of the Interior, Office of Indian Affairs. Washington. D.C.
In This Issue:
Comments on the Contributions.
Editorial, John Collier.
Red Lake Woman Drying Fishing Nets (photo by Gordon Sommers).
Learning to Weave, Rosebud, South Dakota (photo by John Vachon).
Student in Manual Training Class Repairs a Chair, Sisseton, S.D. (photo by John Vachon).
Eastern Cherokee Schools.
Petroleum Coordinator Takes Indian Servie Personnel Director.
Celebration at Anadarko, Gene Dodson.
In The Fashion of Their Forefathers Chippewas Gather Wild Rice.
Independent Study of Indian Self-Government.
Learning Use of Modern Laundry Equipment At Carson, Nevada (photo by Arthur Rothstein).
Changes At Blackfeet and Fort Hall.
Iroquois Indian Named Brigadier.
Haskell Student Learns Building Construction (photo by Gordon H. Brown).
Indians in the News.
House Remodelled Under RehabilitationProgram is Painted by an Indian at Sisseton, South Dakota (photo by John Vachon).
"Twentieth Century Indians."
"Hear Me, My Chiefs."
Indians Conserving and Rebuilding Their Resources Through CCC-ID.
Shoshone-Bannock Tribesmen Conduct Unusual Ceremonial In HOnor of Louis Balsam.
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