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Native Hawaiian Claims: Hawaiian Claims Settlement Study Commission

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Title:Native Hawaiian Claims: Hawaiian Claims Settlement Study Commission
Authors:95th Congress
LC Subject Headings:Claims
United States. Congress. Senate
U.S. states--Cultural policy
Hawaii--History
Date Issued:1977
Source:Native Hawaiian Issues, Box 12, Folder 1
Description:NOT OCRed. This folder holds various congressional records related to the establishment of the Hawaiian Native Claims Settlement Study Commission, that will look into the culture, needs and concerns of the Hawaiian people to repair the wrong perpetuated against the Hawaiian people and copies of S.J. Res. 155. The congressional records include information on the roles of commission members, commission recommendations, the legislative history regarding Hawai'i and ways in which Hawaiians and American Indians are different. There are also memos related to the bill and confidential memos regarding how the formal hearings should be experienced in order to be effective and ideas on what activities commission members should experience while in Hawai'i.
Pages/Duration:110 Pages
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10524/62843
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Coverage (Spatial):Washington
Appears in Collections: Box NH12


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