Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Origins of the Indian reorganization act
Paper delivered at the 1980 meeting of the American Political Science Foundation discussed the genesis of the Indian Reorganization Act with particular attention to the origins of Section 16 of the act, dealing with tribal governments. Created by Elmer R. Rusco.
Shoshonean Tribes: Utah, Idaho, Nevada, Eastern California: A Report to the Commissioner of Indians
Report attempts to relate Shoshonean culture change to plans and objectives of the Indian Reorganization Act (I.R.A.) of 1934; the work is based on Steward's ethnographic studies in the field.,Includes evaluation of the diversities among the tribes, placement on reservations, tribal understanding of the I.R.A., and Steward's recommendations. Accompanying the report are letters between Roy Nash and W.W. Hill which discuss the report's treatment by the Indian Office.
- Paiute Indians 1
- Shoshoni Indians 1
- Ute Indians 1