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INDIANS - ECONOMIC CONDITIONS

Vh-thaw-hup-ea-ju(It must happen) promises Gila River Indians new property

Author: 
N.Gale
Article Date: 
September 1968
Language: 
English

The reservation Indian and mainstream economic life

Author: 
B.J.Taylor
Article Date: 
December 1970
Language: 
English

The plight of the Indians

Author: 
B.E.Silverman
Article Date: 
August 1973
Language: 
English

The changing economy of Southwest Indian arts and crafts

Author: 
J. Adair
Article Date: 
Spring 1959
Language: 
English

Taxation and the American Indian

Author: 
D.Brunt
Article Date: 
Spring 1973
Language: 
English

Rubber bearing shrub coupled with Indian acceptance of modern technology may offer economic opportunity for some Southwestern Indian tribes

Article Date: 
Summer 1976
Article Abstract: 
Guayule plant can be cultivated in Arizona
Language: 
English

Indian manpower resources: the experiences of five Southwestern reservations

Author: 
B.J.Taylor
Article Date: 
Winter 1968
Article Abstract: 
Includes the Fort Apache, San Carlos and Papago reservations
Language: 
English

Conceived in beauty - executed with dignity

Author: 
Lil Rhodes
Article Date: 
July 1972
Article Abstract: 
Indian Tribal Series, a series of commemorative coin-medals, was established by John Griffin of Phoenix. It will be a source of revenue for tribes
Language: 
English

Arizona Indians are on the move

Author: 
T. Kazy
Article Date: 
July 24, 1955
Article Abstract: 
Relocation of Indians in off-reservation jobs
Language: 
English