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LaVern De Marrias, Sioux
Sisseton, South Dakota

Father R. M. Demeyer, Guest
St. Francis, South Dakota

Roy H. Doore, Blackfeet
Browning, Montana

Mrs. Mary Dornback, Yurok
San Francisco, California

Louis C. Dorweiler, Jr., Guest
St. Paul, Minnesota

Ernest V. Downing, Cherokee-Caddo
Anadarko, Oklahoma

Lloyd Eaglebull, Sioux
Pine Ridge, South Dakota

Mrs. Lucille Farver, Choctaw
Cheyenne Agency, South Dakota

Peru Farver, Choctaw
Cheyenne Agency, South Dakota

Miss Amanda H. Finley, Cherokee
Washington, D. C.

Mrs. C. F. FitzGerald, Chippewa
Minneapolis, Minnesota

Kent FitzGerald, Chippewa
Minneapolism, Minnesota

Don C. Foster, Guest
Minneapolis, Minnesota
[[strikethrough]] (Representing Bureau of Indian
Affairs, Minneapolis Area Office) [[/strikethrough]]

Henry F. Freemont, Omaha
Macy, Nebraska

Mrs. Celestine M. Friedlander, Umatilla
Nespelem, Washington

George J. Friedlander, Moses Columbia
Nespelem, Washington

Mrs. Anne C. George, Colville
Nespelem, Washington

Frank George, Nez Perce
Nespelem, Washington

Mrs. Hazel Gill, Omaha
Winnebago, Nebraska

George Gillette, Three Affiliated Tribes
Beulah, North Dakota

Robert C. Gillespie, Sioux
Chicago, Illinois

Mrs. Josephine Goodwin, Chippewa
Minneapolis, Minnesota

Dolph Graves, Pawnee
Fairfax,Oklahoma

Mrs. Marcell Graves, Osage
Fairfax, Oklahoma

Miss Charal Grounds, Seminole
Seminole, Oklahoma

Charles E. Grounds, Seminole
Seminole, Oklahoma

Iver C. Grover, Chippewa
Minneapolis, Minnesota

Albert H. Harris, Ute
Ft. Duchesne, Utah

Mrs. Onna Harris, Sioux
Melrose Park, Illinois

Mrs. Marie L. Hayes, Cherokee
Muskogee, Oklahoma

Dan High Eagle, Sioux
Brockton, Montana

Mrs. Rosemary Hill, Chippewa
St. Paul, Minnesota

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