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September 3, 1957: News release was given to the Herald and News by the Management Specialists advising that the tentative management plan was completed and available for the tribal members to study either at Klamath Agency, Chiloquin or Klamath Falls and that the Management Specialists would gladly mail copies of the summary of the plan to any tribal member who would care to have one.

October 1957: Information bulletin concerning the manner of preparing forthcoming election ballots and general information was mailed to all tribal electors whose names and addresses were furnished to the Management Specialists by the Klamath Agency. These information bulletins were sent via certified mail, deliver to addressee only. The attached memorandums dated November 22, December 10, 1957 and January 9, 1958, set forth the success of this mailing.

October 1, 1957: Meeting with the executive committee concerning reports to be presented at Hearing of Senate subcommittee.

October 2, 1957: Hearing of Senate Subcommittee on Indian Affairs in Klamath Falls. This was attended by a fairly large number of tribal members. The Management Specialists presented progress report.

October 3, 1957: Hearing of Senate subcommittee in Portland, Oreg. Attended by a small group of tribal members and a representative of the Management Specialists.

October 14, 1957 : Meeting with the executive committee members in which Mr. Wilcox presented interpretations of various appraisal values discussed in Weyerhaeuser Timber Co. proposal which was presented to hearing in Portland, Oreg., on October 3, 1957.

October 23, 1957 : Informal meeting held with portions of the executive committee. Most of the discussion pertained to the appraisal.

November 12, 1957: Executive committee met with the Management Specialists. Present were Lang, Kirk, Cook, Crain, Jackson, Crume, Zakoji, O'Neill, and Mathew Spencer.

November 20–22, 1957: Meetings with public lands committee and association of Oregon counties in Portland. These meetings were also attended by several members of the executive committee.

November 25, 1957 : Mr. Wilcox, staff forester for the Management Specialists, attended a group meeting at the home of Mr. Don Campagna in Sprague River with 17 adults in attendance, most of whom were tribal members. The meeting covered the concepts of appraisal which the Weyerhaeuser Timber Co. had included as part of their proposed solution to the Klamath termination law and other information related to the appraisal of tribal property and the tentative plan of management. Many questions were asked concerning all parts of the law and more interest was shown than at any other meeting which has been attended by representatives of the Management Specialists office.

December 31, 1957: Meeting with the executive committee (attended by Wilcox in the absence of Mr. Watters). Topics discussed were values of mineral rights, fishing and hunting rights, and other rights not specifically covered by the appraisal.

January 9, 1958: T. B. Watters and E. R. Wilcox met with the executive committee, Main topic of discussion was the deadline date set for suggested changes for the tentative management plan. The executive committee was assured that if they would submit any changes they may have, that these would still be considered by the Management Specialists.

KLAMATH INDIAN EDUCATION AND TRAINING PROGRAM

(Authorized under section 26, Public Law 587–Oregon contract number

14–20–500–264)

REPORT OF EDUCATION-INFORMATION PROGRAM, MARCH 1955 TO NOVEMBER 1957

I. Publications :

A. Klamath Tribune: 12 issues, 1,115 circulation. A monthly reservation newspaper, published by the education department and mailed to the heads of tribal families on the reservation, in 18 different states including Alaska and Hawaii. This publication includes information on various aspects of Public Law 587, guardianships, proposed amendments, agriculture, home economics, county government, taxation, vocational training, news of the

reservation including activities of the tribal government and the Management Specialists.

B. Klamath Rancher: 5 issues, 75 circulation. A newsletter written by the agriculture specialist and distributed to all Klamath Indian farmers. This included technical information on the improvement of production, water rights, conservation, and services of local agencies.

C. Home extension newsletter: 4 issues, 300 circulation. A bulletin distributed to the Klamath Indian women containing information on homemaking, and the activities and services of the county extension program.

D. Other bulletins, reports, etc. : 31 issues. Distributed to the tribal members in the field and at the public meetings on specific subjects such as guard

ianships and proposed amendments to Public Law 587. Copies of all above mentioned publications are being submitted with this report.

II. List of all meetings and conferences organized, conducted, or assisted and attended by Klamath education program staff members :

A. Government agencies : 38. A list of Government agencies with which the education staff held meetings and conferences relating to various reservation problems.

B. Community meetings : 31. Community meetings organized and conducted by the education department for tribal members for informationaleducational purposes. Education department assisted only in Modoc Point Water Users Reservation discussion meetings.

C. Management Specialists meetings: 16. Management Specialists meetings attended by education staff members.

D. Tribal meetings : 36. Tribal meetings attended by education staff members.

E. Bureau of Indian Affairs: 24. Conferences and meetings education staff members attended and/or participated in with Bureau of Indian Affairs officials.

F. Civic organizations: 33. Civic organizations with which education department met to discuss various phases of termination, and to promote greater understanding between Indians and non-Indians.

G. Education : 37. Meetings relating to the planning, organization, evaluation, and operation of any aspect of education among the Klamath people.

H. Miscellaneous: 20. Miscellaneous meetings and conferences with individuals and agencies for the exchange of information relating to various

phases of the Klamath Indian situation. A detailed listing of these meetings is being submitted with this report.

III. Number of Klamath tribal members contacted relating to information on termination : 312. Information covered virtually every section of Public Law 587 and the amendments to Public Law 587.

IV. Klamath tribal members contacting the education office in Chiloquin for information : 102. Many of these persons called at the office more than once. The figure 101 represents different individuals.

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