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Accession number 2003.289
Catalog Number 2003.289.3
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;
The Allotment System: One Example of the Result;
Potlatch Scholarships. by Homer L. Morrison;
Oganization News;
Indians Stranded by Break-up of Circus;
Four New Hospitals Serve Indians;
Salem Indian School 58 Years Old;
Conference of Friends of the Indians Discusses Current Problems in Indian Administration;
Indian Roadwork as Training for Jobs. by H.J. Doolittle;
Blackfeet Craft Workers Ready For the Summer Season;
Osage Indian Museum Dedicated May 2-3;
Two Recent Books on Indian Literary Heritage;
CCC Anniversary Celebrations Showed Wide Variety;
Buffalo Nickel to be Minted no Longer;
What the Indian Service is Doing for Its CCC Workers in the Five Civilized Tribes Area of Oklahoma. by R.M. Patterson;
Indians in the News. (Montana, Texas);
Seminoles Participate in Florida State Fair. (Charlie Osceola in photo)
Forum on Indian Affairs to be Held in Seattle. by Lawrence E. Lindley;
CCC-ID Personnel At Five Tribes Agency, Oklahoma Get First-Aid Certificates. by John P. Watson;
European Woman Declines to Come to America- Fears Indians;
Washington Office Visitors;
From a Half-Acre Garden. by George H. Blakeslee (Wisconsin);
Grey Owl, Well-Known Canadian Indian Naturalist, Dies. by Roy E. Hawkinson;
Contests as a Spur to Home Improvement;
A School Plant is Drveloping by Indian Labor. by Clair Forrest Maynard;
From the CCC-ID Reports.
Title Indians at Work
Date 06/1938
Catalog date 2005-04-05
Condition Fair
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