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    • Social heritage of the Indian girl.

    • 1928
    • Indian girls - Education; Indian girls -Psychology; Indian women - Social life and customs; Indians of North America -- Social life and customs; Indians of North America - Social conditions; Indians of North America - Religion; Indians of North...
    • Understanding the American Indian girl of today (1928) is dependent upon an appreciation of two influences in her life: the influence of the earlier life of her race, or her social heritage, and the influence of school life. This article focuses on...
    • The American Indian: a history of the Administration of Indian Affairs.

    • 1952-06-01
    • Indians of North America – History; Indians of North America – Government relations; Bureau of Indian Affairs -- Billings Area Office.
    • This report is issued as part of the program of the Department of the Interior for development of the Missouri River Basin. The brief chapters are titled: First settlers in a new continent - European discovery of the New World - Colonial policy...
    • The starvation winter of the Piegan Indians, 1883-84.

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    • Piegan Indians – History; Indians of North America – History; Blackfeet Indian Reservation
    • During the winter months of 1883-1884, nearly 600 Piegans, a quarter of the tribe, died of starvation. The starvation was directly caused by the extermination of the buffalo. Leaflet no. 7 explains how the significant change in a traditional food...
    • Vacationing with Indians – a guide to campgrounds and tourist attractions on Indian Reservations.

    • [1965]
    • Indian reservations - Directories; Indian reservations - Guidebooks; Camp sites, facilities, etc. - Directories; Indians of North America; Tourism; Recreation areas.
    • American Indians today [1965] are bidding actively for a slice of the Nation’s ever growing tourism industry. The country’s earliest residents now welcome visitors to their reservations in increasing numbers, to fish, hunt, and camp outdoors, while...

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