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REGISTER OF DELEGATES AT THE NATIONAL CONVENTION OF AMERICAN INDIANS HELD IN DENVER, COLORADO, NOVEMBER 15-18, 1944. Name: Tribe or Reservation: Residence: 1. Charles E. J. Heacock Rosebud Sioux Chicago, Ill. 2. Richard J. Cryer Potawatomie (Okla.) Fort Totten, N. D. 3. Cornelius S. Aaron Mohican (Wis.) Stewart, Nevada 4. David C. Dozier Pueblo Albuquerque, N. M. 5. Charles L. DeCoteau Sioux Fort Totten, N. D. 6. Henry A. Throssell Papago Sells, Arizona 7. Fred Mahone Hualapai Peach Spring, Ariz. 8. Simon J. Kirk Sisseton-Wahpeton Waubay, South Dakota 9. John Max Sisseton-Wahpeton Sisseton, S. D. 10. Luke Gilbert Cheyenne River Sioux Cheyenne Agency, S. D. 11. Grant Iron Lightning Cheyenne River Sioux Cheyenne Agency, S. D. 12. Raymond Graham Duckwater Shoshone Ely, Nevada 13. George P. LaVatta Shoshone - Ft. Hall Hoquaim, Washington 14. Henry Standing Bear Oglala Sioux Pine Ridge, S. D. 15. Dan M. Madrano Caddo Tulsa, Okla. 16. Mrs. Mae Abbott Choctaw Tulsa, Okla. 17. S. C. DeMers Flathead Polson, Montana 18. Archie Phinney Nez Perce Lapwai, Idaho 19. Edward Cata San Juan Pueblo Window Rock, Arizona 20. J. P. James Euchee-Creek Window Rock, Arizona 21. George LaMotte Chippewa Chicago, Illinois 22. D'Arcy McNickle Flathead Washington, D. C. 23. Antoine Roubideaux Rosebud Sioux Rosebud, South Dak. 24. William Fire Thunder Oglala Pine Ridge, S. Dak. 25. Alfred Left Hdnd Bull Rosebud Sioux St. Francis, S. Dak. 26. John Dick Chippewa Cass Lake, Minn.
Some people have check markers after their names. The St. Franncis, S. Dak. in Line 25 was crossed out.
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