ERIC Number: ED121560
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1972-Jun-30
Reference Count: N/A
Report of the Nebraska Indian Commission -- Fiscal Year 1971-1972. Annual Report.
Nebraska Indian Commission, Lincoln.
Emphasizing the unity of the Nebraska American Indians and their increasing involvement in their own affairs, this first (1971-72) annual report of the Nebraska Indian Commission presents the following: (1) names and tribal affiliations of the Commission's members; (2) "Letter of Transmittal" to the Governor of Nebraska from the Commission's Executive Director; (3) an official description of the Commission's function (the official liaison between 14,000 Indians located on three reservations and off the reservations in rural and urban areas and the State Government, the Legislative body, and other elected officials); (4) division achievements (a month by month chronology of events); (5) the Commission's activities (participative cooperation and communication with: all local, on- and off-reservation, statewide, and national Indian organizations; urban Indian organizations; other State Indian Commissions; Tribal Councils in identification of reservation needs and data compilation; off-reservation Indians in identification of priority problems; State and Federal agencies; the Governor and the Legislature); (6) the Commission's research and achievements described in terms of objectives and results (housing; education and training; welfare; medical-dental care; employment; economic development; and legal services). (JC)
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Nebraska Indian Commission, Lincoln.