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Printed for the use of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs
JAMES E. MURRAY, Montana, Chairman
CLINTON P. ANDERSON, New Mexico GEORGE W. MALONE, Nevada
HENRY M. JACKSON, Washington
ARTHUR V. WATKINS, Utah
JOSEPH C. O'MAHONEY, Wyoming
HENRY DWORSHAK, Idaho
ALAN BIBLE, Nevada
THOMAS H. KUCHEL, California
RICHARD L. NEUBERGER, Oregon
FRANK A. BARRETT, Wyoming
JOHN A, CARROLL, Colorado
BARRY GOLDWATER, Arizona
FRANK CHURCH, Idaho
GORDON ALLOTT, Colorado
RICHARD L. CALLAGHAN, Chief Clerk
N. D. MCSHERRY, Assistant Chief Clerk
STEWART FRENCH, Chief Counsel
Bowles, Rollin E., Portland, Oreg., chairman, legislative committee,
Oregon division, Izaak Walton League of America, Inc.
Brooks, Charles, assistant to Hon. Wayne Morse, United States Senator
from the State of Oregon.-
Brown, Dan, representing the Francis Brown Sawmill of Klamath Falls. - 106
Chandler, Robert W., editor, Bend Bulletin, Bend, Oreg---
Confederated Tribes of the Warm Springs Reservation of Oregon.-
Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. Wade, members of Klamath Tribe executive
Ganong, William, Jr., Indian affairs committee, Klamath Falls Chamber
Hemso, Dick, Klamath Water Users Protective Association.
Jackson, Boyd, member, Klamath tribal executive committee, accom-
panied by Jesse Kirk, Elnathan Davis, and Dibbon Cook. -
Keroow, John, State representative to the Oregon Legislature from
Klamath County ---
Kirk, Olivia N., Post Office Box 271, Beatty, Oreg-
Lang, Delford, chairman, Klamath tribal executive committee..
Langslet, Chester L., Klamath Sportsmen's Association-
Leupold, Norbert, representative, Oregon Audubon Society.
McAnulty, Mrs. Dorothy, member of the Klamath Tribe-
Morse, Hon. Wayne, a United States Senator from the State of Oregon,
presented by Charles Brooks
Morse, William B., western field representative of the Wildlife Manage-
Netzorg, Leonard, representing Western Forest Industries Association.. 99
Platt, Mrs. Martha Ann, 2738 Northeast 14th Avenue, Portland, Oreg.,
chairman, Conservation Committee of the Mazamas.
Pucket, O. K., representing Puckett & Scherer.
Rademaker, Dr. John A., professor of sociology, Willamette University,
Reid, Nelson, representing Klamath Falls Citizens Committee.
Robbins, Hyrum R., member of the Klamath Tribe.
Stephenson, C. B., president, First National Bank of Portland, Oreg-- 198
Strantz, Maurice, manager, Tule Lake Irrigation District..
Watters, T. B., chairman, Management Specialists, 139 South Seventh
Street, Klamath Falls, Oreg --
Watts, Lyle F., 1426 Northeast Thompson Street, Portland, Oreg., former
Chief of the United States Forest Service..
Weyerhaeuser, George, assistant to the executive vice president of the
Weyerhaeuser Timber Co..
Wilcox, Earle, forester, Management Specialists.
Wilderman, Sam, member, Oregon State Legislative interim committee
on Indian problems.
Wilkinson, Glen A., 744 Jackson Place, Washington, D. C., attorney for
Klamath Indian Tribe..
LETTERS, TELEGRAMS, AND MEMORANDUMS
Boivin, Harry D., Oregon State senator, letter to Senator Neuberger....
Chandler, Robert W., editor, The Bend Bulletin, Bend, Oreg., letter, dated
October 9, 1957, to Senator Neuberger...
Crepeau, J. S., State representative, Oregon, telegram to Senator Neu-
Davis, Clarence A., Acting Secretary of the Interior, letter, dated August
11, 1955, to Lawrence Witt, Klamath Tribal Committee
Ellingson Lumber Co., Klamath Falls, Oreg., letter, dated October 15,
1957, to Senator Neuberger...
Emmons, Glenn L., Commissioner, Bureau of Indian Affairs:
Letter, dated October 14, 1955, to T. B. Watters, chairman, Manage-
Letter, dated October 14, 1955, to Wade Crawford, Seldon Kirk, and
Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior, letter, dated October
31, 1957, to Senator Neuberger.
Forest Service, Department of Agriculture, Portland, Oreg., letter, dated
October 23, 1957, to Senator Neuberger re Dan Brown's statement-
Forest Service, Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C., letter,
dated October 31, 1957, to Senator Neuberger, with enclosures
International Woodworkers of America, 418 Governor Building, Portland 4,
Oreg., letter, dated October 11, 1957, to Senator Neuberger...
Kirk, Olivia N., P. O. Box 271, Beatty, Oreg., member of Klamath Tribe,
letter, dated October 29, 1957, to Senator Neuberger containing a state-
Klamath Executive Committee:
Letter, dated November 12, 1957, to Senator Neuberger, with en-
closure, re S. 2047..
Letter, dated November 12, 1957, to Senator Neuberger, re timber
Lang, Delford, chairman, Klamath Tribal Executive Committee, letter,
dated October 26, 1957, to Senator Neuberger containing a supplemental
League of Women Voters—Klamath County Unit, document containing
McKeown, Martha Ferguson, telegram to Senator Neuberger.
Morse, Hon. Wayne, a United States Senator from the State of Oregon,
letter, dated November 4, 1957, to Walter Leuthold, president, National
Lumber Manufacturers Association, re their statement of October 30,
National Lumber Manufacturers Association, 1319 18th Street NW.,
Washington, D. C., letter, dated October 30, 1957, to Senator Neuberger
containing views on S. 2047.--
Palmerton, Loren L., Klamath Falls, Oreg., letter, dated September 28,
1957, to Senator Neuberger.
Puckett, 0. K., 636 Pine Street, Klamath Falls, Oreg., partner, Puckett &
Scherer, letter, dated October 3, 1957, to Senator Neuberger, containing
a supplemental statement.
Tule Lake Irrigation District, Post Office Box 787, Tule Lake, Calif.,
letter, dated October 1, 1957, to Senator Neuberger, containing a state-
ment of Sam Anderson and a resolution.-
Ullman, Hon. Al, a Representative in Congress from the Second Oregon
District, telegram to Senator Neuberger--
Watters, T. B., 139 South Seventh Street, Klamath Falls, Oreg., chairman,
Management Specialists, Klamath Indian Tribe, letter, dated October
30, 1957, to Senator Neuberger containing a supplemental statement re
Western Pine Association, Yeon Building, Portland 4, Oreg., letter to
Weyerhaeuser Timber Co., Tacoma Building, Tacoma 1, Wash., letter,
dated October 21, 1957, to Senator Neuberger, with a chart.
Wilkinson, Glen L., 744 Jackson Place, Washington, D. C., member,
Wilkinson, Cragun, Barker & Hawkins:
Letter, dated November 23, 1956, to Glenn L. Emmons, Commissioner
of Indian Affairs..
Letter, dated November 14, 1957, to Senator Neuberger.
Wormser, H. E., Acting Secretary of the Interior, letter, dated November
30, 1956, to Klamath Tribal Executive Committee.
Analysis of proposals for implementing termination for the Klamath Res-
ervation, with staff memorandum from Robert E. Wolf, forestry con-
sultant, to Senator Neuberger.
Audit for the period May 9, 1955, to June 30, 1957, of Management
Specialists, Klamath Tribe of Indians--
Esquimalt and Nanaimo purchase, recommendation of Chief Justice
Gordon M. Sloan: Article from Western Logger and Lumberman,
Experts Discuss Indians' Timber; article, by William M. Blair, from the
New York Times, October 1, 1957--
Marsh, excerpt, containing explanation of marshland, from report of
Material submitted on Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management
timber sales, laws, regulations, and cutting records.-
Petition of Klamath Falls Citizens Committee re Public Law 587-
Record of Bureau of Indian Affairs Long Creek Sale No. 1, 1953–54.
Relationship of the present value of a stand of timber to be sold in equal
amounts over varying periods of years to the aggregate price received
for such timber (chart)-
Report on the progress of the Klamath Indian Termination Act, series of
articles from the Eugene (Oreg.) Register-Guard, August 4-9, 1957,
written by William Dean..
Klamath Basin Water Users Protective Association.
Klamath Executive Committee.-
Klamath Falls Central Labor Union, Klamath Falls, Oreg-
Klamath Sportsmen's Association.
Lake County Chamber of Commerce, Lakeview, Oreg-.
Tule Lake Irrigation District--
Some of the Social Implications of Public Law 587, study by Klamath
Statement of policy of the Klamath County division of the Oregon
Summary of tentative plan of management and recommended form of legal
entity for the Klamath Indian people---
Termination, an Individual Problem, editorial from the Eugene (Oreg.)
Register-Guard, August 15, 1957.-