ERIC Number: ED113122
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1975-Aug-25
Reference Count: N/A
Arizona Commission of Indian Affairs 1974-75 Annual Report.
Arizona Commission of Indian Affairs, Phoenix.
The Arizona Commission of Indian Affairs 1974-75 Annual Report is issued to inform the Governor, State Legislature, and tribal governments of the proceedings, transactions, findings, and recommendations made by the commission. Included are: (1) a list of commission members, (2) a map showing the Indian reservations in Arizona, (3) a table listing population and acreage, (4) a list of commission meetings held in 1974-75, (5) a brief summary of projects completed, (6) a publications list, (7) a commission "highlights" report, and (8) a budget report. Also included is a brief profile of the Colorado River Indian tribes (Mohaves, Hopis, Chemehuevis, and Navajos), which outlines their history and origin; size and location; tribal government; employment and economic development projects (agricultural, recreational--tourism, etc); local, State, and federally funded education, health, and welfare projects; and other tribal activities. The appendices include four resolutions; "Endorsement of Indian Counseling Comprehensive Study"; "Supporting Indian-Tribal Council"; "Recommending That Dr. George E. Bock Be Appointed Director of the Arizona Department of Health Services"; and "Recommending the Approval of BIA (Bureau of Indian Affairs) Project N-15(7) 1 (The Leupp Bridge Across the Little Colorado River)". A brief summary concludes the document. (AH)
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Arizona Commission of Indian Affairs, Phoenix.
Identifiers - Location: Arizona