Reading file, 1990.


Pawnee Business Council. Reading file, 1990.

Reading file, 1990.

Correspondence, legal documents, inquiries, reports, regulations, agreements, contracts, proposals, minutes, agendas, audits, memorandums, newsletters, and other materials, of the council and organizations doing business with it. Also includes materials of/or relating to NARF (Native American Rights Fund); NARCONON (New Life Center); NCAI (National Congress of American Indians); special council files on various subjects, including roads, taxation, child abuse, domestic violence, tribal bingo, Oklahoma Indian Affairs Commission, proposed Constitutional amendments, agency reduction in force, and Larry Echohawk's candidacy for Idaho Attorney General; reburial, including correspondence regarding reburial of Pawnee remains at Genoa, Neb., Nebraska State Historical Society files, requests for burial photos, etc.; Tribal Development Corporation; tourism and museums; tribal bingo; and Pawnee Tribal Housing Authority.

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