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1. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Miscellaneous. 1937-01-01 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Miscellaneous. 1937-01-01 State history; Native Americans; crimes; miscellaneous; C. E. Johnston; Governor Charles H. Martin of Oregon; Yakima Indian Reservation, Washington; Japanese Americans; Filipino Americans; land leasing laws Allege perjury in land leasing. - C. E. Johnston, special state investigator, last week obtained six superior court warrants charging lessees and tenants on the Yakima Indian reservation with violation...

2. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Miscellaneous. 1937-01-01 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Miscellaneous. 1937-01-01 State history; Native Americans; crimes; miscellaneous; C. E. Johnston; Yakima Indian Reservation, Washington; Governor Charles H. Martin of Oregon; Japanese Americans; Filipino Americans; land leasing laws Allege perjury in land leasing. - C. E. Johnston, special state investigator, last week obtained six superior court warrants charging lessees and tenants on the Yakima Indian reservation with violation...

3. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Miscellaneous. 1937-04-05 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Miscellaneous. 1937-04-05 State history; Native Americans; crimes; miscellaneous; Hiram Sine; Baptiste Andrews; John Joseph; Albert Scrimpt; Yakima, Washington; murder; counterfeiting; rape; child molestation; Native American women Indian's trial to be held this week. - Trials of Hiram Sine of Yakima, indicted on a counterfeiting charge, and Baptiste Andrews, 67-year-old Indian charged with the murder of John Joseph, 59, were expected...

4. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Miscellaneous. 1937-05-03 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Miscellaneous. 1937-05-03 State history; Native Americans; crimes; miscellaneous ;Alfred Tuft; fatality; reckless driving Question Indians in hit-run case. - While police inspected a tan coupe parked in front of the police station, the owners, two Indians from Arizona, were held for investigation over the week-end as suspects...

5. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Miscellaneous. 1937-06-03 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Miscellaneous. 1937-06-03 State history; Native Americans; crimes; miscellaneous; Obid Williams; Alma Fletcher; Wellpinit Indians; Spokane, Washington; reckless driving Indian trial delayed. - Hearing of reckless driving charges against Obid Williams, 69-year-old Wellpinit Indian, was continued to June 3 in police court yesterday. Williams' automobile struck Miss Alma...

6. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Miscellaneous. 1937-11-13 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Miscellaneous. 1937-11-13 State history; Native Americans; crimes; miscellaneous; Lloyd Bidgood; Coeur d'Alene Indian Reservation, Idaho; Howard White; Basil Peone; Willard Peone; Harry Lowly; Walter Boyd; reckless driving One of Indian quartet pays. - Fined $13 for reckless ride with three other tribesmen. - Lloyd Bidgood, an Indian, pleaded guilty in probate court today to charges of reckless driving and operating a car...

7. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Miscellaneous. 1937-11-19 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Miscellaneous. 1937-11-19 State history; Native Americans; crimes; miscellaneous; Sidney G. Swain; James Semoe; Spokane, Washington; Portland, Oregon; Emma Louis; Ignace Semoe; J. Stanley Webster, judge; juvenile delinquency charge; parole violation Parole charge faces Indian. - On the complaint of Sidney G. Swain, United States probation officer, James Semoe, 16-year-old Indian, accused of parole violation, will be returned to Spokane from Portland,...

8. State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1937-06-19 State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1937-06-19 State history; Native Americans; miscellaneous Free hamburger sit-down issue. - "More Wampum" is redskin war cry--Want free tobacco, too. - The Yakima Indian tribe, "went on the warpath" today for $2 a day wages, free hamburger three times a day, free...

9. State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1937-03-22 State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1937-03-22 State history; Native Americans; miscellaneous Beautiful glacial gorge charmed Indian hunters. - It was in March, 1851, that a group of pioneers, organized as the Mariposa Battalion, followed the trail of a band of Yosemite Indians into the valley...

10. State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1937-05-18 State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1937-05-18 State history; Native Americans; miscellaneous; photographs; Native American girls; Genevieve Friedlander; Sam Friedlander; Desmet, Idaho Indian girl likes her ice cream. - Ice cream in any other language would taste as good. This li'l girl isn't saying "yum, yum," but the Indians have a word for it and she knows what it is. Her name is...

11. State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1937-12-09 State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1937-12-09 State history; Native Americans; miscellaneous Indians to adopt masonic notable. - Shoshone-Bannock Indians donned their ceremonial robes today to initiate a new member, John H. Cowles of Washington, D. C., grand commander of Scottish Rite Masonry....

12. State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1937-06 State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1937-06 State history; Native Americans; miscellaneous Indians will name most popular girl. - The most popular local Indian girl will be named at a dance sponsored by the Northwesterners, organization of young Indians, at Maccabee Hall, 111 Spring St., at...

13. State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1937-11-20 State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1937-11-20 State history; Native Americans; miscellaneous Sergeant says state cops did no beating. - Sergeant W. A. Foster, state police officer here, said today that no state troopers were involved in an alleged "brutal beating" of a prisoner by peace officers...

14. State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1937-02-28. p. 2. State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1937-02-28. p. 2. State history; Native Americans; miscellaneous; photographs; Spokane Indians : Chief Ku Toon; Willem van Hoogstraten; music and songs Symphony head and tribal chief become friends. - When Dr. Willem van Hoogstraten was in Spokane last week for the orchestra's annual concert, he made friends with Kue Toon, the young chief of the Spokane...

15. State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1937-06-20 State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1937-06-20 State history; Native Americans; miscellaneous None to learn Indian's wealth. - Government clamps lid on publicity given rich redskins. - The title "world's richest Indian" probably had died with Enus Wilson, the young Creek fullblood who had $1,270,000...

16. State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1937-02-28. p. 1. State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1937-02-28. p. 1. State history; Native Americans; miscellaneous Symphony head and tribal chief become friends. - When Dr. Willem van Hoogstraten was in Spokane last week for the orchestra's annual concert, he made friends with Kue Toon, the young chief of the Spokane...

17. State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1937-03-16 State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1937-03-16 State history; Native Americans; miscellaneous Urges plumage of slain eagles be saved and turned over to Indians. - Heritage of golden eagle feathers was claimed for Idaho's Indians today.

18. State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1937-05-17 State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1937-05-17 State history; Native Americans; miscellaneous Indian log snagging': - Dean Morrow, Rufus Parker help snare winter fire wood. - Dean Carl Morrow and Rufus Parker spent last Thursday at the boom ground at Spaulding, Idaho, on the Clearwater river, watching...

19. State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1937-01-06 State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1937-01-06 State history; Native Americans; miscellaneous Indians to step on resolutions. - Each year, during the holidays, one of the noted Indians of the Coeur d'Alene tribe, to encourage the making of good resolutions for the new year, gives a dinner, everybody...

20. State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1937-03-16 State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1937-03-16 State history; Native Americans; miscellaneous Urges plumage of slain eagles be saved and turned over to Indians. - Heritage of golden eagle feathers was claimed for Idaho's Indians today.
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