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The Presidential historical materials of Bradley H. Patterson, Jr. are in the custody of the National Archives and Records Administration under the provisions of Title I of the Presidential Recordings and Materials Preservation Act of 1974 (44 U.S.C. 2111 note) and implementing regulations. In accordance with the act and regulations, archivists reviewed the file group to identify personal and private materials (including materials outside the date span covered by the act) as well as nonhistorical items. These materials have been returned to the individual who has primary proprietary interest.

Materials covered by the Act have been archivally processed and are described in this register. Items which are security classified or otherwise restricted under the act and regulations have been removed and placed in a closed file. A Document Withdrawal Record (GSA Form 7279 or NA Form 14021) with a description of each restricted document has been inserted at the beginning of each folder from which materials have been removed. A Document Control Record marks the original position of the withdrawn item. Employees of the National Archives will review periodically the unclassified portions of closed materials for the purpose of opening those which no longer require restriction. Certain classified documents may be declassified under authority of Executive Order 13526 in response to a Mandatory Review Request (NA Form 14020) submitted by the researcher.

  • Linear feet of materials:   29.3
  • Approximate number of pages:   70,400

Biographical Note

1921 Bradley Hawkes Patterson, Jr. born, Wellesley, Mass.

1939-1942 B.A. University of Chicago; Chicago, Illinois

1943 M.A. University of Chicago; Chicago, Illinois

1943-1945 Teacher, Cranbrook School for Boys, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan

1945-1954 Various positions, Department of State

1954-1961 Assistant Secretary to the Cabinet, White House

1961 Management Analyst, Bureau of the Budget

1961-1962 Executive Secretary, Peace Corps

1962-1966 National Security Affairs Advisor, Department of the Treasury

1966-1967 Executive Director, National Advisory Commission on Selective Service

1967-1969 Executive Director, National Advisory Council on Economic Opportunity

10/23/1969-11/15/1974 Executive Assistant, Special Consultant to the President (Leonard Garment), White House

10/1/1974-11/1/1974 Assistant for Staff Coordination, First Lady's Staff, White House

11/15/1974-8/26/1976 Assistant Director for Operations, Presidential Personnel Office, White House

8/26/1976-1/1/1977 Special Assistant to the President for Native American Programs, White House

1977- Fellow, Brookings Institution

Scope and Content Note

The materials of Bradley H. Patterson, Jr., executive assistant to Leonard Garment, reflect his responsibilities in civil rights, plans for the American Revolution Bicentennial celebration, oversight of both the National Endowment of the Arts and the National Endowment of the Humanities, U.S.-American Jewish affairs, and cable T.V. regulation.

Patterson has stated that he "helped [Garment] across the board in everything he did" with the exception of Watergate. In the areas of school desegregation, busing and fair housing, he estimated that his input was 25% to Garment's 75%, while in Indian affairs he had 90% input to Garment's 10%. "I didn't know very much about [Indian matters] in the beginning but have learned a lot since then...and I'm now sort of considered a resident overseer on Indian matters here in the White House." Garment and Patterson were primarily responsible for drafting President Nixon's July 8, 1970 message establishing tribal self-determination as basic federal policy. In other civil rights areas - problems of the elderly, women, ethnic and religious minorities, and student unrest (Kent State), their input was roughly equal.

The Patterson materials consist of five series: White House Memo Files, Correspondence Files, Alpha-Subject Files, Court Hearings, and Late Accretion File. The White House Memo Files cover a one-year period from March 1973 through February 1974 and are arranged chronologically. The Correspondence Files are arranged alphabetically by subject or name of correspondent and contain letters to and from both Garment and Patterson on a broad range of topics. A few documents in this series concern the immigration struggle of John Lennon and Yoko Ono and the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service. Court Hearings Series contain the records and related materials in the U.S. Court of Claims case of The Innocent Victims of the Occupation of Wounded Knee, S.D. vs. the United States, May 6-20, 1980. This case contains documents concerning the occupation of the Bureau of Indian Affairs building in November 1972 by the American Indian Movement as well as the Wounded Knee incident. This is an incomplete series because several plaintiff exhibits as well as correspondence from Patterson, General Haig, Garment and John C. Whitaker were not received from the Justice Department. The collection also includes short hand notes which Patterson created while attending various meetings such as the Wounded Knee negotiations, December Group, et al.; these have been removed pending transaction. The Late Accretion File consists of an alpha-subject series that approximately parallels the Alpha-Subject Files in the Patterson papers but was added after the main body of documents had already been processed. The emphasis of the documents in this file, unlike the Patterson materials where the emphasis is on Native Americans, is on Afro-Americans.

Additional information may be found in Patterson's exit interview and in papers deposited at the Eisenhower and Ford Presidential Libraries.

Series Description

Boxes:   1
Series:   White House Memos | Folder Title List
Spans:   1973-1974
Description:   Internal memoranda from White House staff members from and to Garment and Patterson, newspaper clippings, press releases. Arranged chronologically.

Boxes:   2-6
Series:   Correspondence Files | Folder Title List
Spans:   1969-1974
Description:   Correspondence, memoranda, newspaper clippings, reprints. Arranged alphabetically.

Boxes:   7-78
Series:   Subject Files | Folder Title List
Spans:   1969-1974
Description:   Correspondence, memoranda, handwritten notes, press releases, reprints, newspaper clippings, reports, cables, telegrams, maps, speeches and messages. Arranged alphabetically.

Boxes:   79-83
Series:   Court Hearings | Folder Title List
Spans:   1980
Description:   Testimony, exhibits, briefs. Arranged numerically.

Boxes:   1-5
Series:   Late Accretion | Folder Title List
Spans:   1969-1974
Description:   Correspondence, memoranda, handwritten notes, press releases, reprints, pamphlets, transcripts of press conferences, newspaper clippings, reports. Arranged alphabetically.

Folder Title List

Series I: White House Memos, 1973-1974

Box 1

White House Memos/March 1973
White House Memos/April 1973
White House Memos/May 1973
White House Memos/June 1973
White House Memos/July 1973
White House Memos/August 1973
White House Memos/September 1973
White House Memos/October 1973
White House Memos/November 1973
White House Memos/December 1973
White House Memos/January 1974
White House Memos/February 1974
White House Memos/March 1974

Series II: Correspondence Files, 1969-1974

Box 2

"A"
"B"
"C"
"D"
"E"
"F"

Box 3

"G"
"B"
"I-J”
"K"

Box 4

“L"
"M"
"N-O"
"P"

Box 5

"Q-R"
"S"
"T-U"

Box 6

"V-W"
"X-Y-Z"

Series III: Subject Files, 1969-1974

Box 7

Aamodt Indians
Academics
Adams, Hank
Adm. of Justice
Adoption--Indians
A.T.N.W.I. [Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians]
AATA [African American Teachers Association] & Anti-Semitic Charges [CFOA 1373]
Aging & Indians
Alaska Claims [I]
Alaska Claims [II]
Alaska Native Claims Bill [1 of 6]

Box 8

Alaska Native Claims Bill [2 of 6]
Alaska Native Claims Bill [3 of 6]
Alaska Native Claims Bill [4 of 6]
Alaska Native Claims Bill [5 of 6]

Box 9

Alaska Native Claims Bill [6 of 6]
Albuquerque Speech
Alcatraz
Alcoholism & Drug Abuse
Alcoholism--Indians
American Film Institute
A.I.D. [American Indian Defense, Inc.]
A.I.M. [American Indian Movement] [I]
A.I.M. [American Indian Movement] [II]
A.I.M.--1974 Convention
A.I.N.B. [American Indian National Bank]
American Indian National Bank A.I.N.B.
A.I.O. [Americans for Indian Opportunity, Inc.]
A.I.P.A. [American Indian Press Association]
America--Israel Cultural Foundation
American Revolution Bicentennial Administration ARBA

Box 10

ARBC [American Revolution Bicentennial Commission] [CFOA 759] [1 of 4]
ARBC [American Revolution Bicentennial Commission] [CFOA 759] [2 of 4]
ARBC [American Revolution Bicentennial Commission] [CFOA 759] [3 of 4]
ARBC [American Revolution Bicentennial Commission] [CFOA 759] [4 of 4]
ATT [American Telephone & Telegraph]
Anacostia Museum--etc. [CFOA 1373]
Antelope Valley Indians
Antioch College [Washington, D.C.]
Apache

Box 11

Arts -- Bicentennial and Campaign [1 of 2]
Arts -- Bicentennial and Campaign [2 of 2]
Arts and Humanities Proposal -- Bicentennial [1 of 3]
Arts and Humanities Proposal -- Bicentennial [2 of 3]
Arts and Humanities Proposal -- Bicentennial [3 of 3]

Box 12

Ass't Secy [for Indian Affairs]
Assistant Secretary
Association of American Indian Physicians AAIP
Bicentennial [1 of 2]
Bicentennial [2 of 2]
347 [Bicentennial] [CFOA 759]
Bicentennial -- D.C. [CFOA 759] [1 of 2]
Bicentennial -- D.C. [CFOA 759] [2 of 2]

Box 13

Bicentennial Gardens [1 of 2]
Bicentennial Gardens [2 of 2]
Bicentennial & Indians [I]
Bicentennial & Indians [II]
Bicentennial & Minorities
Bicentennial -- Other Cities [CFOA 759]

Box 14

Bicentennial Program Summary
Bilingual Education & Lau vs. Nichols
Black Colleges/University Associates [CFOA 1373]
Black Elected Officials
Black Expo [CFOA 1373]
Black Political Demands
Black Survey (Harris)--Achieving Equality [CFOA 1373]
Black Talent Bank [CFOA 1373]
Black Voter Registration Bill [CFOA 1373]
Blackfeet
B.I.A. [Bureau of Indian Affairs] Authorization Amendments
Budget [Bureau of Indian Affairs]
B.I.A. [Bureau of Indian Affairs] Commission on Indian Affairs
B.I.A. [Bureau of Indian Affairs]-Structure & Organization
Busing in Practice

Box 15

Cabinet Committee
Cable T.V. [1 of 4]
Cable T.V. [2 of 4]
Cable T.V. [3 of 4]

Box 16

Cable T.V. [4 of 4]
CATV [I] [CFOA 13975]
CATV [II] [CFOA 13975]
CATV [III] [CFOA 13975]
CATV '71 [I] [1 of 3] [CFOA 13975]

Box 17

CATV '71 [I] [2 of 3] [CFOA 13975]
CATV '71 [I] [3 of 3] [CFOA 13975]
CATV '71 [II] [1 of 3] [CFOA 13915]
CATV '71 [II] [2 of 3] [CFOA 13915]
CATV '71 [II] [3 of 3] [CFOA 13975]

Box 18

California Indians
Indians--Ca1ifornia
Campaigns--Indians
Canarsie [CFOA 1313]
Chavez
Child Welfare
Chinese Art Exhibit
Citizenship [1]
Citizenship [II]
City College of New York [CFOA 1373]
Indians--Civil Disturbances
Civil Rights Act 1964 [July 2, 1964]

Box 19

Civil Rights Commission [I] [1 of 5]
Civil Rights Commission [I] [2 of 5]
Civil Rights Commission [I] [3 of 5]
Civil Rights Commission [I] [4 of 5]
Civil Rights Commission [I] [5 of 5]

Box 20

Civil Rights Commission [II] [1 of 2]
Civil Rights Commission [II] [2 of 2]
Civil Rights Commission White House Questionnaire
Civil Rights Digest Article
Civil Rights--Future Issues
Civil Rights [Indians]
Civil Rights and Indians

Box 21

Civil Rights--Law Enforcement Assistance
Administration [LEAA]
Civil Rights & OMS
Civil Rights Problems
1973 Civil Rights Questionnaire--Report on Federal Civil Rights Enforcement
Civil Rights--Title VI Enforcement [1 of 2]
Civil Rights--Title VI Enforcement [2 of 2]
707 Transfer--Civil Rights [Transfer of Title VII Authority]
Civil Rights Weekly Report Jan. '74
[Colville Confederated Tribes]
Commission on Indian Affairs

Box 22

Constitution Gardens Brad Patterson—General Subject Files
Constitutional Amendment 1972 [Busing]
Constitutional Convention
Consumer Education--Indians [1 of 2]
Consumer Education--Indians [2 of 2]
Corporation for Public Broadcasting
Craig, Charles
Criminal

Box 23

Critzer (case no. 73-2503)
Crocker, Clinton C., Brookdale Community College
Custer Trial
Davis vs. Morton
Death Penalty [CFOA 1373]
Moore--"December Group" [CFOA l373]
DeFuni's Case [1 of 2]
DeFuni's Case [2 of 2]
Denver

Box 24

Desegregation--Statistics
Detroit--[Busing]
Domestic Council on Civil Rights
Drug Abuse [CFOA 1373]
Eastern Indians
Eastern Indians [CENA] [I]
Eastern Indians [CENA] [II]
Economic Development [1 of 5]
Economic Development [2 of 5]

Box 25

Economic Development [3 of 5]
Economic Development [4 of 5]
Economic Development [5 of 5]
Economic Development--EDA
Economic Discrimination [Fletcher Study]

Box 26

Education--General
Education Bill [1 of 2]
Education Bill [2 of 2]
Education Bill--S.1017

Box 27

Indians--Education [1 of 6]
Indians--Education [2 of 6]
Indians--Education [3 of 6]
Indians--Education [4 of 6]
Indians--Education [5 of 6]
Indians--Education [6 of 6]

Box 28

Education--Natabak & Denetclarence Cases
Education: PL 92-318 & Advisory Committee
Education: Post Secondary
Edwardsen vs. Morton
Eligibility
Eligibility--Indians
Ellis Island
Emergency School Aid Act
Environment
[Equal Employment Opportunity Commission] [1 of 5]

Box 29

[Equal Employment Opportunity Commission] [2 of 5]
[Equal Employment Opportunity Commission] [3 of 5]
[Equal Employment Opportunity Commission] [4 of 5]
[Equal Employment Opportunity Commission] [5 of 5]

Box 30

EEQ--Drafts of Memo
EEQ--Extra Copies of 3/23 Memo
EEQ--Interagency Memo & LG [Leonard Garment] Speech
EEO--Sacramento County Ltr [1 of 2]
EEO--Sacramento County Ltr [2 of 2]
Equal Rights Amendment
Equal Rights: Women & Sports

Box 31

Ethnic Heritage Studies
Fair Housing [1 of 2]
Fair Housing [2 of 2]
Feathers etc. & Culture [I]
Feathers etc. & Culture [II]
F.A.R. [Federal Assistance Review] Report
F.A.R. [Federal Assistance Review] Review

Box 32

Federal Design Assembly
Federal Design Program [1 of 2]
Federal Design Program [2 of 2]
Federal Minority Employment [1 of 4]

Box 33

Federal Minority Employment [2 of 4]
Federal Minority Employment [3 of 4]
Federal Minority Employment [4 of 4]
F.P.C. [Federal Power Commdssion] -- Civil Rights
FY 1974 Budget
Fishing Rights

Box 34

Fishing Rights--Bolt Decision & Pacific Salmon Fishing
Fishing Rights: U.S. v. Washington & Implementation
Five Civilized Tribes
Fort Foote [CFOA 759]
Fort Hall Indians
Fraternal Clubs [CFOA 1373]
Freund Report--Dec. 1972--Supreme Court [CFOA 1373]
General [Civil Rights]

Box 35

General [Indians] [I]
General [Indians] [II]
Grant Consolidations
Great Plains--Coal [I]
Great Plains--Coal [II] [1 of 2]

Box 36

Great Plains--Coal [II] [2 of 2]
Gypsies [CFOA 1373]
Harlem Office Building [CFOA 1373] [1 of 2, 1971-1972]
Harlem Office Building [CFOA 1373] [2 of 2, 1971-1972]
Havasupai--Indians
Hawaiian Indians
Health

Box 37

Health--Indians [1 of 4]
Health--Indians [2 of 4]
Health--Indians [3 of 4]
Health--Indians [4 of 4]

Box 38

Health--Minneapolis Urban Indian Health Pilot project
Health--Urban
Hesburgh, Rev. Theodore [CFOA 1373]
Higher Education Affirmative Action
Higher Education--NDEA Title VI
History--Indian
Hoopa People

Box 39

Housing
Housing--Indian
Hualapai Dam
Illegal Mexican Immigrant
Impoundment of Funds
I.C.C. [Indian Claims Commission]
Indian Financing Act [of 1973]
Indian Law Leaders
Indian Reorganization Act
Indian Rights Associations
Indians--B.I.A. [Bureau of Indian Affairs] [1 of 3]

Box 40

Indians--B.I.A. [Bureau of Indian Affairs] [2 of 3]
Indians--B.I.A. [Bureau of Indian Affairs] [3 of 3]
Indians--Josephy Report
Indians--Religion and symbols
Indians--State Relations
Indians--Taxes
Indians--Trust Council [1 of 4]
Indians--Trust Council [2 of 4]

Box 41

Indians--Trust Council [3 of 4]
Indians--Trust Council [4 of 4]
Indians--Urban [1 of 2]
Indians--Urban [2 of 2]

Box 42

Inter-American Indian Institute
I.P.A. [Intergovernmental Personnel Act] Act
Intergovernmental Personnel Act
Internal Security--EX. Order 10450
Israel--'69 Trip, etc. [CFOA 1373]
Issue Review--OMB
Jewish Affairs--Most Favored Nation
Jewish Matters 1973 [1 of 2]
Jewish Matters 1973 [2 of 2]
Johnson--O’Malley

Box 43

Johnson-O’Malley Program & Regulations
Joint Strategy and Action Committee
Vernon Jordan--Art Fletcher Letters
June 23, 1972 Statement [Education Amendments of 1972]
July 4, 1972--Pres. Speech [Bicentennial] [CFOA 759]
Herman Kahn Briefing 1/10/73
Kahn Project [1 of 4]

Box 44

Kahn Project [2 of 4]
Kahn Project [3 of 4]
Kahn Project [4 of 4]
Kennedy Center

Box 45

Kent State [I]
Kent State [II] [1 of 2]
Kent State [II] [2 of 2]

Box 46

King, Martin Luther--Memorial [CFOA 10175]
Klamath Indians
Land Use
Lands study [1 of 4]
Lands Study [2 of 4]
Lands Study [3 of 4]
Lands Study [4 of 4]

Box 47

Law Enforcement--Indians
LEAA [Law Enforcement Assistance Administration]
Programs
Leaders--Indian
Legal Services [I]
Legal Services [II] [1 of 4]
Legal Services [II] [2 of 4]
Legal Services [II] [3 of 4]
Legal Services [II] [4 of 4]

Box 48

Legal Services & OEO [Office of Economic Opportunity] [Current]
Legislative Review [1 of 2]
Legislative Review [2 of 2]
Lone Wolf Decision
Lununi [I]
Lununi [II]
Maine Indians
Mancari--[Indian Preference]
Mancari Indians
Man Power

Box 49

Manpower--Indians [1 of 2]
Manpower--Indians [2 of 2]
Dr. Thomas Matthew Sr. [1 of 2]
Dr. Thomas Matthew Sr. [2 of 2]
Mazurie Indians
Means' Press Conference

Box 50

Menominee Indians [1 of 3]
Menominee Indians [2 of 3]
Menominee Indians [3 of 3]
Mentally Retarded
Mescalero
Message and Follow-Up
Message of 1970
Message--1973

Box 51

Military Services
Moose Lodge Decision
Museums
National Alliance of Postal Employees
N.C.A.I. [National Congress of American Indians]
Indians N.C.A.I. [National Congress of American Indians] [1 of 2]
Indians N.C.A.I. [National Congress of American Indians] [2 of 2]
National Council of Churches

Box 52

National Council on the Humanities
NCIO [National Council on Indian Opportunity]
Indians--NCIO [National Council on Indian Opportunity] [1 of 4]
Indians--NCIO [National Council on Indian Opportunity] [2 of 4]
Indians--NCIO [National Council on Indian Opportunity] [3 of 4]
Indians--NCIO [National Council on Indian Opportunity] [4 of 4]
National Endowment Meeting with the President 9/14/73

Box 53

National Endowment for the Arts [I]
National Endowment for the Arts [II]
National Gallery of Art
National Goals Institute--Institute for National Objectives [CFOA 1373]
National Governors' Interstate Indian Council
National Governor's Interstate Indian Council NGIIC
National Guard
National Historic Records Program--Bicentennial
National Indian Activities Association
National Indian Youth Council, Inc.
National Symphony
N.T.C.A. [National Tribal Chairmen's Association]

Box 54

National Tribal Chairmen's Association [1 of 3]
National Tribal Chairmen's Association [2 of 3]
National Tribal Chairmen’s Association [3 of 3]
N.A.R.F. [Native American Rights Fund]
Natonagah/Denetclarence
Navajo
Navajo--Apache County
Navajo--Apache County Dispute
Navajo Community College [CFOA 13975]
Navajo-DNA [Dinebeiina Nahiilna be Agaditahe]
Navajo--Farmington Incident

Box 55

Navajo--Hopi Dispute [1 of 3]
Navajo--Hopi Dispute [2 of 3]
Navajo--Hopi Dispute [3 of 3]
Navajo--Hopi Land Dispute
Navajo Irrigation project
Navajo Treaty
Newsmen Shield Law
Nixon Library
North American Indian Women's Association
N.A.I.W.A. [North American Indian Women's Association]

Box 56

North Carolina Indians
Northwest Indian Center--Spokane
Office of Federal Contract Compliance
ONAP [Office of Native American Programs]/HEW [Health, Education and Welfare] [I]
ONAP [Office of Native American Programs]/HEW [Health, Education and Welfare] [II]
Oglala Sioux [1 of 2]
Oglala Sioux [2 of 2]
Oglala Sioux Tribe
Oklahoma

Box 57

Old Laws
Olympics
Omnibus Judgment Distribution Act
Oneida
Onondaga
Opportunities Industrialization Center [1 of 2]
Opportunities Industrialization Center [2 of 2]
Paracaid [Aid to Non-Public Schools]
Participation at Segregated Meetings
Passports
Brad Patterson
Pennsylvania Avenue Commission--73
Philadelphia Plan
Planned Variation [CFOA 1373]

Box 58

Polis '76 [1 of 4]
Polis '76 [2 of 4]
Polis '76 [3 of 4]
Polis '76 [4 of 4]
Potawatomi Tribe
Prayer Amendment
Preference

Box 59

President's Meeting in New York with Jewish Leaders 9/26/72 [CFOA 1373]
President's Radio Speeches
President's Speech March 17, 1972--Radio—TV [Busing]
Presidential Telephone Requests
POW's [MIA's]
Public Interest--Law Firms [1 of 2]
Public Interest--Law Firms [2 of 2]
Puerto Ricans
Puget Sound Trip
Puyallup Tribe
Pyramid Lake [I]

Box 60

Pyramid Lake [II]
Quechan Tribe
Quotas '73
Recall
Rescission of Termination
Reginald Heber Smith Program
Regional Councils
Religious Leaders
R.A.P. [Reservation Acozieration Program] and Interagency Coordination
Resignations of Members of CR [Civil Rights] Commission
Retrocession--P.L. [Public Law] 280
Revenue Sharing

Box 61

Revenue Sharing/Reorganization & Civil Rights [1 of 6]
Revenue Sharing/Reorganization & Civil Rights [2 of 6]
Revenue Sharing/Reorganization & Civil Rights [3 of 6]
Revenue Sharing/Reorganization & Civil Rights [4 of 6]
Revenue Sharing/Reorganization & Civil Rights [5 of 6]
Revenue Sharing/Reorganization & Civil Rights [6 of 6]

Box 62

Revenue Sharing/Reorganization & Indians [1 of 3]
Revenue Sharing/Reorganization & Indians [2 of 3]
Revenue sharing/Reorganization & Indians [3 of 3]
Roads [I]
Roads [II]
Ruiz vs. Morton [I]
Ruiz vs. Morton [II]
Safety-Indians
Salesh--Kootenai Tribal Council [I]
Salesh--Kootenai Tribal Council [II]
San Carlos Apache Tribe
Sandia Indian Industries

Box 63

School Boards--Coalition of Indian Controlled School Boards
School Desegregation & Busing [1 of 2]
School Desegregation & Busing [2 of 2]
Secret Service Protection for Foreign Dignitaries
Seneca Nation of Indians
Sex Discrimination Guidelines
Sioux Claim [1 of 3]
Sioux Claim [2 of 3]
Sioux Claim [3 of 3]

Box 64

Smithsonian
Social Programs--HEW Looks Ahead
Soul City [1 of 3]
Soul City [2 of 3]
Soul City [3 of 3]
South Africa [CFOA 1373]
Southwest Indian Report--Civil Rights Commission
SIPI [Southwestern Indian Polytechnical Institute] --Indians

Box 65

Spanish Speaking [1 of 4]
Spanish Speaking [2 of 4]
Spanish Speaking [3 of 4]
Spanish Speaking [4 of 4]
State of the Union 1974
Steel Case

Box 66

Student Groups
Submarginal Lands
Supreme Court Appointment
Supreme Court Nominations
Surplus Land Bill
Swann [Busing]
Swinomish [1 of 2]
Swinomish [2 of 2]
Syrian Jewry

Box 67

Task Force--1969
Taxation--United Jewish Appeal
Taxes
Taxes--Charitable Donations Deductions
Telefestival [Bicentennial]
Termination--Rescission of 108
Tourism [I]
Tourism [II]
Traders & Trespassers [I]
Traders & Trespassers [II]
TBT [Trail of Broken Treaties]
TBT [Trail of Broken Treaties] Negotiations and Agreements

Box 68

Transfer of Control [1 of 3]
Transfer of Control [2 of 3]
Transfer of Control [3 of 3]
Treaty of 1868: Exchange with the Sioux and Traditionalists [1 of 3]
Treaty of 1868: Exchange with the Sioux and Traditionalists [2 of 3]
Treaty of 1868: Exchange with the Sioux and Traditionalists [3 of 3]

Box 69

Tribal Government Development Program [TGDP]
Tribal Government Grant Act
Tribal Government Grant Act HR 9011 93rd Congress
Tribal Sovereignty
Trust Council [1 of 2]
Trust Council [2 of 2]
Trust Territories
UGF [United Givers Fund]--UBF [United Black Fund] [CFOA 1373]
U.S. Capitol Historical Society [CFOA 1373]
Urban Indians

Box 70

Urban League [Vernon Jordan, Jr. Executive Director] [1 of 3]
Urban League [Vernon Jordan, Jr. Executive Director] [2 of 3]
Urban League [Vernon Jordan, Jr. Executive Director] [3 of 3]
Veeder, Wm.
VIP Visits
Vietnam POWs [CFOA 1373]

Box 71

Voluntary Action [1 of 4]
Voluntary Action [2 of 4]
Voluntary Action [3 of 4]
Voluntary Action [4 of 4]
Voting Rights Amendment

Box 72

Wallace, Charles A. [1 of 2]
Wallace, Charles A. [2 of 2]
War Powers [CFOA 1373]
[Wassaja, Akwesasne Notes, Indigena]
Water Rights--Agreement with Justice
Water Rights--Eagle County Case
Indians--Water Rights--Eagle River Decision [1 of 3]
Indians--Water Rights--Eagle River Decision [2 of 3]
Indians--Water Rights--Eagle River Decision [3 of 3]

Box 73

Water Rights--General [1 of 3]
Water Rights--General [2 of 3]
Water Rights--General [3 of 3]
Paul Weaver--Academicians [1 of 2]
Paul Weaver--Academicians [2 of 2]

Box 74

Weizman Institute
Welfare [I]
Welfare [ II ]
White Ethnics [1 of 5]
White Ethnics [2 of 5]
White Ethnics [3 of 5]
White Ethnics [4 of 5]
White Ethnics [5 of 5]

Box 75

White House Conference [on Indian Affairs]
Wisconsin Indians
Women in Military Academies [1 of 4]
Women in Military Academies [2 of 4]
Women in Military Academies [3 of 4]
Women in Military Academies [4 of 4]
Women's Rights
Wounded Knee--Aftermath
The Agreement Ending the Occupation [Wounded Knee]

Box 76

Letters [Wounded Knee] [1 of 2]
Letters [Wounded Knee] [2 of 2]
News Clippings [Wounded Knee]
Wounded Knee: Operational Information
Plans for Visit by W.H. [White House] Reps. to Wounded Knee
Policy Opinions & Discussions [Wounded Knee] [1 of 2]
Policy Opinions & Discussions [Wounded Knee] [2 of 2]

Box 77

Wounded Knee Trials [1 of 4]
Wounded Knee Trials [2 of 4]
Wounded Knee Trials [3 of 4]
Wounded Knee Trials [4 of 4]

Box 78

Visits to Kyle [South Dakota] [Wounded Knee] [1 of 2]
Visits to Kyle [South Dakota] [Wounded Knee] [2 of 2]
Zoning
Zuni
Zuni Indians

Series IV: Court Hearings, 1980 [1972-1973]

Box 79

Meetings Notes
Master Index
[Vol. I, Pages 1-145]
[Vol. II, Pages 146-326]
[Vol. III, Pages 327-438]
[Vol. III, Pages 439-575]

Box 80

[Vol. IV, Pages 576-736]
[Vol. V, Pages 737-764]
[Vol. VI, Pages 765-891]
[Vol. VI, Pages 892-947]
[Vol. VII, Pages 948-1142]
[Vol. VIII, Pages 1143-1295]
[Vol. VIII, Pages 1296-1358]
[Vol. IX, Pages 1359-1462]

Box 81

[Vol. X, Pages 1463-1648]
[Vol. XI, Pages 1649-1721]
[Vol. XI, Pages 1722-1844]
[Plaintiff's Exhibits, 1-15]
[Plaintiff's Exhibits, 16-45]
[Plaintiff's Exhibits, 46-75]

Box 82

[Plaintiff's Exhibits, 76-100]
[Plaintiff's Exhibits, 101-125]
[Plaintiff's Exhibits, 126-151]
[Defense Exhibits, 1-25]
[Defense Exhibits, 26-65]
Defendant's Brief to the Trial Commissioner

Box 83

Defendant's Requested Findings of Fact Nos. 1-637 [volume I]
Defendant's Requested Findings of Fact Nos. 638-1057 [Volume II]
Opinion of the Trial Commissioner
Findings of Fact and Recommended Conclusions to Accompany the Opinion of the Trial Commissioner
Report to the United States Senate by the Review Panel

Series V: Late Accretion, 1969-1974

Box 1 (84)

Cable T.V.
Census Data
Civil Rights Accomplishments
Civil Rights - General
Civil Rights History
Civil Rights Preview [Black Book]
Civil Rights Statutes
Constitution Gardens
Cronkite Proposal
DeFunis Decision
EEO [Equal Employment Opportunity] - Court Cases [l of 2]

Box 2 (85)

EEO [Equal Employment Opportunity] – Court Cases [2 of 2]
EEO [Equal Employment Opportunity] Policy - Remedies & Merit Systems [1 of 4]
EEO [Equal Employment Opportunity] Policy - Remedies & Merit Systems [2 of 4]
EEO [Equal Employment Opportunity] Policy - Remedies & Merit Systems [3 of 4]
EEO [Equal Employment Opportunity] Policy - Remedies & Merit Systems [4 of 4]
EEO [Equal Employment Opportunity] & Universities [1 of 2]

Box 3 (86)

EEO [Equal Employment opportunity] & Universities [2 of 2]
EEOC [Equal Employment Opportunity Commission]
EEOCC [Equal Employment opportunity Coordinating Council]
Ethnics and OEO [Office of Economic Opportunity]
Fair Housing
Federal Minority Employment [Empty Folder]
Legal Services [Empty Folder]
Minority Affairs - Weekly Summaries [1 of 3]
Minority Affairs - Weekly Summaries [2 of 3]

Box 4 (87)

Minority Affairs - Weekly Summaries [3 of 3]
National Alliance of Postal Employees
National Center for Voluntary Action [NCVA]
Office of Federal Contract Compliance [OFCC]
Revenue Sharing - Civil Rights Issues
Richmond
School Desegregation - Court Cases
School Desegregation - President's Messages
Title VI

Box 5 (88)

Urban League
Women in the Military Academies
Wong Case

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