ERIC Number: ED073873
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1969-Jun-23
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Annual Report of the Arizona Commission of Indian Affairs, 1968-1969.
Arizona Commission of Indian Affairs, Phoenix.
The 1968-69 annual progress report of the Arizona Commission of Indian Affairs deals with the conditions of the American Indians residing within the state of Arizona. The Commission works with various state and Federal agencies which have service relationships with Indian reservations. The Commission is charged by its enabling legislation to consider and study conditions among Indians; to accumulate, compile, and assemble information; and to hold hearings and make investigations on any phase of Indian affairs. Information is provided on the population of Arizona Indian reservations, on the 18 completed Commission projects, with summaries; on the 21 published materials distributed by the Commission; on the annual surveys; on Commission activities; and on the Commission budget, in which operating expenditures are listed. Included in this report are discussions of the Commission's objectives, findings, and recommended actions in the areas of economics, education, employment, health, law and order, minerals, public relations, recreation, roads, and welfare. The 2 appendixes include material on (1) reviews by cooperating state and Federal agencies in the areas of economics, education, employment, health, and welfare and (2) summary reports from: Arizona State University, Northern Arizona University, and the University of Arizona. (FF)
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Authoring Institution: Arizona Commission of Indian Affairs, Phoenix.