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UNHILD Intro. LUNGAT
S. HRG. 98 689
S. 2061- S. 2177
TO DECLARE CERTAIN LANDS HELD BY THE SENECA NATION OF
MARCH 8, 1984
U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
SELECT COMMITTEE ON INDIAN AFFAIRS
MARK ANDREWS, North Dakota, Chairman BARRY GOLDWATER, Arizona
JOHN MELCHER, Montana SLADE GORTON, Washington
DANIEL K. INOUYE, Hawaii FRANK H. MURKOWSKI, Alaska
DENNIS DECONCINI, Arizona PAUL ALEXANDER, Staff Director
Washington, D.C. The select committee met, pursuant to notice, at 10:05 a.m., in room SD-562, Dirksen Senate Office Building, Senator Mark Andrews (chairman of the committee) presiding.
Present: Senators Andrews, Melcher, Boschwitz, and Durenberger.
Staff present: Pete Taylor, general counsel; Max Richtman, minority staff director; Michael Mahsetky, staff attorney ; Virginia Boylan, staff attorney; and Lynn Toledo, secretary.
Senator ANDREWS. Our hearing this morning involves two bills, S. 2061, a bill to declare that approximately 800 acres of land in the State of New York be added to the Seneca Nation Reservation, and S. 2177, to provide for the use and distribution of judgment funds awarded the Lake Superior and Mississippi Bands of Chippewa Indians by the Indian Claims Commission.
At this point, without objection, I will place a copy of each of the bills in the hearing record. [The bills follow :)