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Magazine, published by the United States Department of the Interior, Office of Indian Affairs. Washington. D.C.
Table of Contents:
Tribal and Federal Planning and Funds Unite in Economic Development Program at Blackfeet;
Resume of Indian Cattle Sales -1937. by John T. Montgomery;
Indian Silver Trade-Mark Now Available'
Miller Flat Community Improves Its Live-Stock. by Alfred Smith;
Albuquerque Indian School Student Drawing Adopted for Exposition;
Are a Superintdent's Wife Services Worth a Dollar a Year?;
Klamath Timber Committee Does Outstanding Work. by George S. Kephart;
The Ballad of Charlie McCoffus;
Election Held at Consolidated Chippewa Jurisdiction on Agency Location;
Shelterbelt Work in Oklahoma and Kansas. by A.C. Monahan;
Notes from an Indian Reorganization Agent's Report. by Henry Roe Cloud;
Little Soldier, Aged Standing Rock Sioux, Dies. (Veteran from Sioux War against Custer's Seventh Cavalry).
Book Truck Serves Indian Schools in Southern Arizona;
Soil Conservation Problems at the Other End of the World (Africa);
Indians in the News. (Alaska, Washington, Montana);
Fifth Anniversary of the CCC Celebrated;
CCC-ID Educational Program at Flendreau, South Dakota;
The Good Times are Gone, Said Indians of 1789. (Connecticut) by Eva L. Butler;
Alex Posey, Creek Poet ,Honored. by Margaret La Hey;
Cover Design (irrigation project on the Navajo reservation);
From the CCC-ID Reports.
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