ERIC Number: ED118335
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1973
Reference Count: N/A
Menominee Restoration Act: H.R. 7421--To Repeal the Act Terminating Federal Supervision Over the Property and Members of the Menominee Tribe of Wisconsin as a Federally Recognized, Sovereign Indian Tribe; and to Restore to the Menominee Tribe of Wisconsin Those Federal Services Furnished to American Indians Because of Their Status as American Indians; and for Other Purposes. Hearings Before..., 93d Congress, 1st Session....
Congress of the U.S., Washington, DC. House Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs.
Presenting reports, statements, letters, and additional information, these hearings of the Menominee Restoration Act (HR 7421) deal with restoration of Federal services to the Menominee tribe via repeal of the 83d Congress' (1953) termination policy. Testimony includes statements from representatives of the: Federal Government, National Congress of American Indians; Menominee Tribe; Menominee County Highway Department, Drugs and Alcoholism Program, Housing Authority, and Council of Chiefs; Wisconsin Schools; and the like. Some of the additional information presented includes: (1) an employment analysis for December 1967-June 1973; (2) Lake Moshawquit Property Owners Association agreements; (3) Native American Rights Fund's Memorandum re Restoration Act; (4) Menominee County Community Action Program's Impact Study (table); (5) Menominee Enterprises' financial analysis-ratios for March 1973 and summary of forestry and mill operations for 1961-72; (6) profile chart for averages on the Iowa Tests for basic skills; (7) Report 272 of the 87th Congress on lessening the impact of Federal services termination; (8) Bureau of Indian Affairs' report on termination (1965); (9) tables on: population and economic characteristics of tribes; county population and Wisconsin per capita taxable income (1969); and travel distances from community to service center; (10) Wisconsin Assembly bills, amendments, and fiscal notes. (JC)
Publication Type: Legal/Legislative/Regulatory Materials
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Congress of the U.S., Washington, DC. House Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs.
Identifiers - Location: Wisconsin