Federal Protection of Indian Resources: Hearings, Ninety-Second Congress, First Session

Lucy Covington appears before Congress to make a statement to protect Indian Resources.

Lucy Covington asserts before Congress that the Department of Interior and Department of Justice have not worked fairly with the Colville tribe to establish a working relationship, espeically in regard to tribal resources and land. Her statement outlines issues regarding Chief Joseph Dam and Eagle River specifically.

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