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Accession number 2003.289
Catalog Number 2003.289.18
Object Name Magazine
Scope & Content Magazine, published by the United States Department of the Interior, Office of Indian Affairs. Washington. D.C.
Cover Page Picture: Indian Cavalry Troop at theNew York World Fair.

Table of Contents:
Washington Office Visitors;
Grover Whalen Gives High Praise To Twenty-Six Indian Young Men Who Served As Guard of Honor At New York World's Fair;
Absolute Religious Freedom, Keystone Of Baptists' Creed;
An Indian's Prayer. by Tom Whitecloud;
Secretary Ickes Invites Development of Alaska Which He Terms "Our Last Frontier"
Reindeer of Alaska Henceforth To Belong Only to Eskimos;
Movie Studio Wants To Film Reindeer;
Unyielding Navajo Tribe Fought For Decades To Retain Liberty And Live In Country of Ancestors. by Richard Van Valkenburg;
Indians Extremely Adaptable;
Indian Boy Wins Award For Artistic Effort;
Nez Perce Battle Ground;
OKlahoma Indian Girl Appears in Opera;
Ancient Irrigation;
The Last of the Ozettes;
Pre-Columbian Indian Site;
Traditional Sweat Bath Is a Stimulant And A Ritual;
A New Deal For The American Indian. by Harold Ward;
Ball Games In Prehistoric Southwest;
Navajo Tribal Fair Scheduled For October;
Seneca Boys Drum Way to Fair And Radio Fame;
Hopi Indians of Arizona Wish Public Informed As to True Significance Of Ceremonials;
Indian and Indian Matters As Glimpsed In The Daily Press;
New Books On Indians;
An Apache Girl Comes Of Age. by Dr. Byron Cummings;
110 Indians Now Work In Washington Office;
31 Tribes Participate In This Year's Gallup Ceremonial;
Reorganization News;
CCC-ID Reports.
Title Indians at Work
Date 09/1939
Catalog date 2005-04-05
Condition Fair
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