To Promote the General Welfare of the Indians of Oklahoma: Hearings Before the Committee on Indian Affairs, House of Representatives, Seventy-fourth Congress, Second Session, on S. 2047, a Bill to Promote the General Welfare of the Indians of the State of Oklahoma and for Other Purposes
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1936 - Indians of North America - 54 pages
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Act of June action amendment area of tribal Ayers CANARD Cartwright Chair Chairman charter Choctaw Tribe committee print Congress Congressman Burdick Congressman Nichols cooperative association corporation Creek Indians district DWIGHT favor Federal court Five Civilized Tribes funds hereafter appropriated further Gehrmann gentleman yield Government GRADY LEWIS gross production tax group of Indians hereby authorized homa Howard Act INDIAN AFFAIRS Indian blood Indian boarding schools Indian or Indians Indian owner Indians of Oklahoma Indians residing individual Indians Interior is hereby Jack Nichols Joseph Bruner June 18 land purchased language Lewis MASSINGALE MCGROARTY ment Murdock Okla Oklahoma delegation Oklahoma Indians Osage County Osage Nation production of oil Provided Quapaw question referred rehabilitate restricted Indian restricted lands Secretary Senate statement Stubbs suggestion thing THOMPSON tion tribal land trust United vidual welfare WERNER Wheeler-Howard Act Wheeler-Howard bill yield to Congressman ZIMMERMAN