United States--Politics and government--20th century
REMARKS OF SENATOR MIKE MANSFIELD (D. , MONT. )
14th ANNUAL CONVENTIO:N OF THE MONTANA STATE AFL-CIO BANQUET
Holiday Inn, Helena, Montana
Friday, August 14, 1970 7:30 m.d .s.t.
Members of the Montana AFL-CIO, guests and friends all- -I...
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;
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...
Christmas Tree Income Hits Record High; The Chipmunk and the Coyote; Percentages of Indians in State Institutions is Reported; Christmas Service Attracted Many in Early Reservation Days; Lake Shore Ownership Claimed by Tribe; Controversy Apparent;
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).
Pend d'Oreilles Once Roamed Throughout State; Health Offices Moved to St. Ignatius; Tribal Election Results Given - Morigeau Elected Chairman; Grazing Land Applications Now Available; Haskell Students Earn Honors;
1960 Fires Bad-Better Methods Lower Loss; Wiprud Paintings Were Saved When Old Jocko Church Burned; Proposed Indian Charter; Reports on Students Tell of New Jobs - Those at Schools; Morigeau Writes Views of Proposed Indian Charter
Father Taelman Gives a Life of Service to Indians; 'Dam' Problems Plague Flathead; LaBreche Is Named Superintendent; Of Flathead Reservation-Spencer Is Transferred to Fort Hall, Idaho; Area-Wide Fire School Is Very Successful; Status of Credit...
Goal is Nearer in Flathead Claims Settlement; New St. Ignatius Hospital Reminds of Health History on Flathead; Man-Caused Fire Point to Problem of Trespassing; Seven Years Since Third Wheel Started at Kerr Dam; 4-H Member Writes of Trip to...
Jurisdiction: One Down One to Go; Satch Pleads to Reduced Charge; Indian Dallas Howard Aims at Gov. Mansion; White, Huitt Score in Debate; Council Briefs Bearhead Urges Vote Participation; Birds and Wildlife Hurt by Spring Brush Burnoffs.
Flathead Lakers elect Fouty to Board; Sunday..117th anniversary of Treaty; Montana Power to pay $11 and a quarter million by August; Malatare seated after Council double reverse; Wheeler acquitted on firecracker charge; Council committee wading in...