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Oklahoma's Indian New Deal


The Oklahoma Indian Welfare Act (OIWA), passed by Congress in 1936, brought Oklahoma Indians under all of the IRA's provisions, but included other measures that applied only to Oklahoma's tribal population. This first book-length history of the OIWA explains the law's origins, enactment, implementation, and impact, and shows how the act played a unique role in the Indian New Deal.

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Oklahoma's Indian New Deal
2013, University of Oklahoma Press, Norman

ISBN-13: 9780806143514

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