The Indian Bureau, the Indians, and President Roosevelt:; Seven million dollars a year of government money can be saved; the Indian service can be improved and expanded; the continuing destruction of Indian property can be stopped; the Indians as a race and as one of us can be given a future. The facts and the program

San Francisco: Indian Defense Associations of California, 1933. 34p., wraps, 5.25x7.5 inches, minor pencil checkmarks in margin. American Indian Life Bulletin, no. 21.

Critique of the Indian Bureau's management and mission, which "has been to destroy Indian tribal life..." Proposes a reformed program for Indian liberty and opportunity with continued Federal oversight and stricter supervision of wasteful or corrupt disbursement mechanisms.

Cat.No: 143337

Price: $18.00

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