Choosing the New Deal's Indian Commissioner : Ickes vrs. [sic] Collier. Denton, Texas : ms., [undated].

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Kelly, Lawrence C. Choosing the New Deal's Indian Commissioner : Ickes vrs. [sic] Collier. Denton, Texas : ms., [undated].

Choosing the New Deal's Indian Commissioner : Ickes vrs. [sic] Collier. Denton, Texas : ms., [undated].

His study of events leading to the appointments of Harold Ickes as U.S. Secretary of the Interior and John Collier as U.S. Indian Commissioner.

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