Testimony of Indian school and reservation superintendents in regard to a law and order bill, 1930.

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United States. Board of Indian Commissioners. Testimony of Indian school and reservation superintendents in regard to a law and order bill, 1930.

Testimony of Indian school and reservation superintendents in regard to a law and order bill, 1930.

Typed transcripts of feedback from agency and district superintendents eliciting their response to extending criminal jurisdiction to reservations. Folder one includes copies of two bills, one extending State laws to reservations dated April 18, 1929, the other regarding extending federal civil and criminal laws to reservations, dated January 8, 1930. Also a copy of the questionnaire that was sent to the superintendents and a summary of the responses. Folders two and three are the responses, alphabetical by agency name. Each report lists the responding superintendent's name and agency location. Some duplicates in the back of folder three following a letter to Samuel Eliot, chairman of the Board of Indian Commissioners.

3 folders.

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