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Accession number 2003.289
Catalog Number 2003.289.11
Object Name Magazine
Scope & Content Magazine, published by the United States Department of the Interior, Office of Indian Affairs. Washington. D.C.

Table of Contents:
Editorial. by John Collier;
Indians Urged to Make Specific Wills;
The Indian Mailman;
Pamphlet Appraising Current Indian Policy Is Issued;
Cooperative Marketing Brings Better Cattle Prices At Blackfeet, Montana;
Lima Conference Proposes International Indian Institute;
Reorganization News;
Cover Page Picture: shows Navajo women baking bread;
Big Missouri's Winter Count. by Lucy Kramer Cohen;
Seminole Agency To Be Moved To Fort Myers Florida;
Protestant Missionary Groups Meet At IndianOffice;
Pueblo Governor Expresses Satisfaction with Year's Program;
Master Land Status Maps of Five Civilized Tribes Area Progresses;
Generations of Service;
CCC-ID On Wheels;
Some Thoughts On Indian Service Policy;
Camels: The Story Of A Long-Ago Experiment;
Indian Service Road Program Emphasizes Roads For Use. by R L Whitcomb;
On the High Seas;
Indians Share In Determining Relief Policies At Rosebud South Dakota;
CCC-ID Completes Irrigation Projects At Mission Agency California;
A Challenging Book On Soil Conservation. by Phoebe O'Neall Faris;
Clark Wissler Writes Recollections of Experiences In Indian Country. by William F Zuckert Jr.;
Some of Fort Peck's CCC-ID Machinery;
Indian Service Hospitals: Their Part in the Indian Health Program. by J R Gibony;
CCC-ID Work at Shawnee Progresses;
Washington Office Visitors;
The Buggerman Dance. by George MacPherson;
Cotton Cloth 750 years old;
One Pima 4-H Boy's Record;
James Todome, Well-Known Kiowa, Dies
From CCC-ID Reports
Title Indians at Work
Date 02/1939
Catalog date 2005-04-05
Condition Fair
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