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1430 Northwest 31st Street
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
December 1, 1944

Mr. A. M. Landman, Superintendent
Five Civilized Tribes Agency
Muskogee, Oklahoma

Dear Mr. Landman:

In compliance with your letter of November 28 I am glad to give you the following information about the Indian organization established recently at Denver:

1.  The exact name of the organization is "The National Congress of American Indians."

2.  The personnel of the Executive Committee is:

President- N. B. Johnson, (Cherokee), Claremore, Oklahoma.  District Judge.

V-President- Edward L. Rogers, (Chippewa), Walker, Minnesota.

Secretary- Dan M. Madrano, (Caddo), Ritz Building, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Treasurer- George Lamotte, (Chippewa), 6104 Woodlawn Street, Chicago 37, Illinois.

Councilman- S.C. DeMers, (Flathead), Polson, Montana.

Councilman- Henry Throssle, (Papago), Phoenix, Arizona.

Councilman- Howard Gorman, (Navajo), Window Rock, Arizona.

Councilman- Dr. Arthur C. Parker, (Seneca), Rochester, New York.

Councilman- D'Arcy McNickle, (Flathead), Washington, D. C.

Councilman- William Firethunder, (Oogalla Sioux), Pine Ridge, South Dakota.

Councilman- Archie Phinney, (Nez Perces), Fort Totten, North Dakota.

Councilman- Luke Gilbert, (Sioux), Cheyenne Agency, South Dakota.


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