Nixon and the American Indian: The Movement to Self-Determination





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Published on Dec 31, 2013

November 17, 2012: At the Smithsonian's national Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C., Nixon administration officials discussed the 37th President's vision to bring self-determination to who he called the "first Americans."

Location: National Museum of the AMerican Indian (Smithsonian)

Robert Anderson, Professor of Law and Director of the Native American Law Center at the Uviersity of Washington, and Oneida Visiting Professor at Havard Law School;
Reid Peyton Chambers, Associate Solicitor for Indian Affairs at the U.S. Department of the Interior under President Nixon;
Wallace Johnson, Assistant Attorney General for Land and Natural Resources under President Nixon;
Bobbie Kilberg, White House Fellow and Staff Assistant on President Nixon's Domestic Council responsible for Indian Affairs.

Organized by Nixon White House Associate Director Geoffrey C. Shepard, the forums are co-sponsored by the National Archives and the Richard Nixon Foundation.
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For more information, please visit the Nixon Library at www.nixonlibrary.gov or contact us at 714-983-9120 or nixon@nara.gov

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