To grant to Indians living under federal tutelage the freedom to organize for purposes of local self-government and economic enterprise: Hearing[s] before the Committee on Indian affairs, United States Senate, Seventy-third Congress, second session, on S. 2755, a bill to grant to Indians living under federal tutelage the freedom to organize for purposes of self-government and economic enterprise; to provide for the necessary training of Indians in administrative and economic affairs; to conserve and develop Indian lands; and to promote the more effective administration of justice in matters affecting Indian tribes and communities by establishing a federal court of Indian affairs, Part 1
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