Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs to the Secretary of the Interior for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1920
(Native American History)

Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1920. F 206 pages; useful index; with a detailed color map depicting the Indian reservations west of the Mississippi River in 1920, the legend for which gives the sites of the former reservations, day schools, supervisors districts, boarding schools, hospitals, mission boarding, contract and day schools, non res. schools, superintendents headquarters, more, approx. 28" x 40"; topics of the text including factors concerning Indian education, employment, citizenship for Indian soldiers and sailors, oil and gas in the Five Civilized Tribes, Oklahoma Indians, land allocations and settlements, individual Indian moneys, court decisions, "The Pueblo Problem," Black Hills Sioux claims, and much of statistical use, with 47 tables listed; bound in sturdy olive buckram cloth, gilt spine titles; library ink numbers on spine, withdrawn stamp from the Hill Reference Library St. Paul on title page; map with short (1") closed marginal tear; binding strong and in very good condition, interesting historical, cultural information on the condition of the various Indian peoples at the beginning part of the 20th century and the relationships of the tribes with the U.S. government. Good Hardcover (Item ID: 21355)


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