United States--Politics and government--20th century
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ADDRESS BY M1BASSADOR M.IKE l·1ANSFIELD
NIKKEIREN SPO.t-JSORED 13TH SEMINAR FOR TOP MANAGEMENT
FUJI YOSHIDA, YAHANASHI PREFECTURE
JULY, 22, 1981
Photo caption reads: Bonner baseball team, 1935. Left to right, back row: Tot Sowre, Ed Jacobson, Roy Smith, Bill Keckanan, Trig Bergseth, Sherman Brock, Art Tikkanen, Bill Cadieux, Bill Kern, manager. Left to right, front row: Clifford (Soup)...
Christmas tree harvest is popular business; Christmas tree program held; Lightning causes 40 Flathead fires; Introduction to Activities of the Flathead Reservation; Win awards at Sheridan, Ceremonials and Customs of the Flathead people; SMC...
Blue Bay Property to be Developed; Tribal Attorney Discusses Legal Problems of 1956; Special Indian Menu Served; Letters to the Editor; The Coyote and Owl; Small Loans May be part of Program; Editorially Speaking;
U.S. Public Health Serves Large Numbers; Explains "1920" Allotment Purchase Program; Indian Legends; Editorially Speaking; Editorially Speaking; Flathead Administrative Organization Outlined; Tribal Court Tries 125 Cases in 1956;
Charles Spencer Appointed New Superintendent; Oldest Member of Flathead Tribe; Christmas Tree Management Program Started; Memorial Day Observed on Reservation; Reservation Conservation History Given; Editorially Speaking; Largest Supervised Land...
Tribal Elections; 1957 Christmas Tree Harvest Nearly Completed on Reservation; Mrs. Kaltomee, Oldest Member Dies at 112; Derwin Halvorson Makes Report on Trip to Boy Scout Jamboree; Editorially Speaking; Coyote and the Gold
National Indian Group Meets in Missoula; License Applications on Kerr and at Thompson Falls Not to Affect Buffalo Rapids; McDonald to Attend Wilderness Preservation Bill Hearing in Salt Lake; Commissioner Emmons Reports Growth of Indian Scholarship...
Bison Range Recalls Reservation History; Land Trust Restrictions get five year extension; Forestry grazin notes; Land in irrigation district must be properly classified; Letters to the Editor; Editorially speaking (W. W. McDonald).
Tribal Ownership on Lake Shore Discussed, Hope to Issue Permits; A Glimpse at Indian Welfare; Editorially Speaking; Stripes of the Chipmunk; Indian Celebrations; RHS Student Dies at 18; Adolph Ninepipe Was Song Master;