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1 Native American Senate Documents 60th Congress (1908) 94th Congress (1975) Materials with an asterisk (*) are available in the Government Documents area in the basement of the library Y 1.3 D:C 60, S.2/V.21 Documents of a Public Nature II 60 th Congress, 2 nd Session, December 7, 1908 March 4, Copies No. 675 Lands of the Choctaw and Chickasaw Indians No. 690 Claims of Creek Indians from the treaty of June 14, 1866 No. 707 Receipts, etc., of the Choctaw, Chickasaw, Cherokee, Creek, and Seminole Tribes No. 730 Memorial of Choctaw Indians against reopening Choctaw and Chickasaw tribal citizenship rolls Y 1.3 D:C 70, S.1/ II 70 th Congress, 1 st Session, December 5, 1927 May 29, 1928 No. 110 Veto message authorizing Indians in the state of Washington to present claims to the Court of Claims No. 111 Veto message relating to funds authorized for roads through public and Indian lands No. 133 Supplemental estimates of appropriations for Bureau of Indians Affairs Y 1.3 D:C 70, S.2/ th Congress, 2 nd Session, December 3, 1928 March 4, 1929 No. 238 Drainage assessments on restricted Indian allotments, Cleveland County, Oklahoma No. 263 Indian funds Y 1.3 D:C 71, S.1/ st Congress, 1 st Session, April 15 November 22, 1929 No. 16 Improvement of conditions on Indian reservations in Arizona

2 Y 1.3 D:C 71, S.2/ st Congress, 2 nd Session, December 2, 1929 July 3, 1930 No. 92 Catawba Indians of South Carolina Y 1.3 D:C 71, S.2/ II 71 st Congress, 2 nd Session, December 2, 1929 July 3, 1930 No. 201 Payment of claims of Sisseton and Wahpeton Bands of Sioux Indians No. 203 Additional land for Indians Y 1.3 D:C 71, S.3/ I 71 st Congress, 3 rd Session, December 1, 1930 March 4, 1931 No. 253 Indians of Cattaraugus, Allegany and Oil Springs Reservations, New York Y 1.3 D:C 71, S.3/ II Part 1 71 st Congress, 3 rd Session, December 1, 1930 March 4, 1931 No. 280 Veto message relating to claims of Choctaw and Chickasaw Indians No. 295 Supplemental estimates for Bureau of Indian Affairs No. 314 Seminole Indians: Survey of Seminole Indians of Florida Y 1.3 D:C 72, S.1/ II 72 nd Congress, 1 st Session, December 7, 1931 July 16, 1932 No. 59 Pueblo Indians of New Mexico No. 87 Indians of Cattaraugus, Allegany, and Oil Springs Reservations, New York No. 89 Veto message relating to claims of certain bands or tribes of Indians in the state of Oregon No. 104 Appropriations, Department of the Interior, 1932 and 1933 No. 122 Repair of Oglala Indian School, Pine Ridge Reservation, South Dakota

3 Y 1.3 D:C 75, S.3/ II 75 th Congress, 3 rd Session, January 3 June 16, 1938 No. 214 Payment of attorneys for Osage Indians of Oklahoma from tribal funds Y 1.3 D:C 76, S.1/ II 76 th Congress, 1 st Session, January 3 August 5, 1939 No. 128 Veto message on bill to pay San Carlos Apache Indians for ceded lands *Y 1.3 D:C 76, S.3/148 (NA Gov Docs) Natchez Trace Parkway Survey 76 th Congress, 3 rd Session Y 1.3 D:C 77, S.1/4-64 I 77 th Congress, 1 st Session, January 3, 1941 January 2, 1942 No. 36 Supplemental estimates for Indian Affairs Office and Reclamation Bureau, 1941 Y 1.3 D:C 77, S.2/152, Pt.2, th Congress, 2 nd Session, January 5 December 16, 1942 No. 288 Compensation for lands sold to the United States by the Cherokee Indians *Y 1.3 D:C 78, S.1/ th Congress, 1 st Session, January 6 December 21, 1943 No. 39 Estimate for Indian Affairs Office for Operation and Maintenance of Wapato irrigation drainage systems

4 Y 1.3 D:C 79, S.1/1-77 I 79 th Congress, 1 st Session, January 3 December 21, 1945 No. 12 Supplemental estimate for Indian Affairs Office, 1945 No. 52 Supplemental estimate for Indian Affairs Office, 1946 Y 1.3 D:C 79, S.1/ II 79 th Congress, 1 st Session, January 3 December 21, 1945 No. 124 Estimate for Indian Affairs Office to pay claims of individual Sioux Indians Y 1.3 D:C 79, S.2/ th Congress, 2 nd Session, January 14 August 2, 1946 No. 156 Supplemental estimates for Indian Affairs Office for Indian reservations and for Alaska for care of insane No. 216 Supplemental estimate for Indian Affairs Office for maintenance of San Carlos project Y 1.3 D:C 80, S.1/ th Congress, 1 st Session, January 3 December 19, 1947 No. 23 Supplemental estimate for Indian Claims Commission, 1947 No. 52 Supplemental estimate for Indian Affairs Office, 1948 Y 1.3 D:C 81, S.1/ st Congress, 1 st Session, January 3 October 19, 1949 No. 13 Supplemental estimate for Indian Affairs Bureau for conversion and outfitting of U.S.M.S. Coastal Rider No. 87 Revised estimate for Indian Affairs Bureau for construction of school facilities No. 119 Rehabilitation of the Navajo and Hopi Tribes of Indians veto message

5 Y 1.3 D:C 81, S.2/ st Congress, 2 nd Session, January 3, 1950 January 2, 1951 No. 135 Revised supplemental estimate for Indian Affairs Bureau for emergency assistance to Indians No. 224 Sale of inherited interests in land under jurisdiction of Crow Creek Indian Agency, South Dakota veto message No. 225 Sale of land allotted to Mrs. Iris Huebner Marak veto message Y 1.3 D:C 83, S.1/ rd Congress, 1 st Session, January 3 August 3, 1953 No. 11 Missouri River development Oahe Dam and Reservoir Project Y 1.3 D:C 83, S.2/ rd Congress, 2 nd Session, January 6 December 2, 1954 No. 113 Proposed supplemental appropriation Department of the Interior: Bureau of Indian Affairs Y 1.3 D:C 89, S.1/2-40 Serial Set th Congress, 1 st Session, January 4 October 23, 1965 No. 11 A history of the Pima Indians and the San Carlos Irrigation Project Y 1.3 D:C 94, S.1/ Serial Set II 94 th Congress, 1 st Session, January 14 December 19, 1975 No. 98 Amendments to the budget for the Navajo and Hopi Relocation Commission and for the Department of the Interior

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