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Accession number 2003.289
Catalog Number 2003.289.31
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 Contributors, F.W. LaRouche.
Editorial, John Collier.
Papago Cling to Ancient Ways But Adapt Themselves To Modern Methods Too.
Hard Riding Indian Cowboys Make Cattle Business Pay.
Old Pomo Indian Tells What's Wrong With Us, B.W. Aginsky.
In Behalf of "Peace and Friendship."
More Oklahoma Murals.
Thirty Million Indians In North And South America May Be Potent Force In Hemisphere Defense.
Books And Magazines.
Indian Matters As Glimpsed In The Daily Press.
Land Owned By Indians Not Under Reorganization Act Protected By Presidential Order Extending Trust.
Waano Gano, Indian Artist.
Many Indian Service Employees Being Called For Military Duty.
T.B. Hall Leaves Papago Reservation To Become Superintendant At Osage.
From The Mail Bag.
Apache Women Shy At Voting With Men But Willingly Go To Polls With Own Sex.
Indians Conserving Their Resources Through CCC-ID.
Partial List Of Indian Service Publications, Pamphlets And Other Available Items of Information.
Title Indians at Work
Date 12/1940
Catalog date 2008-10-13
Condition Good
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