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NATIONAL CONGRESS OF AMERICAN INDIANS
1346 CONNECTICUT AVENUE, N.W.
SUITE 312
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20036
(Headquarters)
202-223-4155

NOTE LETTERHEAD

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NCAI OFFICERS

PRESIDENT
Leon F. Cook
[[itallics]] Red Lake Chippewa [[/itallics]]

FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT
Ronnie Lupe
[[itallics]] White Mountain Apache [[/itallics]]

TREASURER
George Goodwin
[[itallics]] Chippewa [[/itallics]]

RECORDING SECRETARY
Angelina Medina
[[itallics]] Acoma-Zia Pueblo [[/itallics]]

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Charles E. Trimble
[[itallics]] Oglala Sioux [[/itallics]]

ABERDEEN AREA
Alvina Grey Bear
[[itallics]] Standing Rock Sioux [[/itallics]]

ALASKA AREA

ANADARKO AREA

BILLINGS AREA
Dolly Akers
[[itallics]] Assiniboine Sioux [[/itallics]]

GALLUP AREA
Victor Sarricino
[[itallics]] Laguna Pueblo [[/itallics]]

MINNEAPOLIS AREA
Victoria Gokee
[[itallics]] Chippewa [[/itallics]]

MUSKOGEE AREA
Katharine Whitehorn
[[itallics]] Osage [[/itallics]]

PHOENIX AREA
William L. Farrison
[[itallics]] Papago [[/itallics]]

PORTLAND AREA
Walter Moffett
[[itallics]] Nez Perce [[/itallics]]

SACRAMENTO AREA
Margaret Powell
[[itallics]] Hoopa [[/itallics]]

SOUTHEAST AREA
Osley Saunooke
[[itallics]] Eastern Cherokee [[/itallics]]

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[[underlined]] 1973 NCAI Officers [[/underlined]]

PRESIDENT: Leon F. Cook, Red Lake Chippewa

1ST VICE PRESIDENT: Ronnie Lupe, White Mountain Apache

TREASURER: George Goodwin, Chippewa

RECORDING SECRETARY: Angelina Medina, Acoma-Zia Pueblo

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: Charles E. Trimble, Oglala Sioux

[[underlined]] REGIONAL VICE PRESIDENTS [[/underlined]]

ABERDEEN AREA: Alvina Grey Bear, Standing Rock Sioux

ALASKA AREA: William Hensley, Eskimo

ANADARKO AREA: Wynema Brown, Kiowa

BILLINGS AREA: Dolly Akers, Assiniboine Sioux

GALLUP AREA: Victor Sarracino, Laguna Pueblo

MINNEAPOLIS AREA: Victoria Gokey, Chippewa

MUSKOGEE AREA: Katherine Whitehorn, Osage

PHOENIX AREA: William L. Farrison, Papago

PORTLAND AREA: Walter Moffett, Nez Perce

SACRAMENTO AREA: Margaret Powell, Hoopa

SOUTHEAST AREA: Osley Saunooke, Eastern Cherokee

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