US Government Documents related to Indigenous Nations


73d Congress, 2d Session



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This United States (US) Public Law, dated June 12, 1934, also known as Public Law 73-320, allows additional time for the commencement and completion of the construction of a bridge over the Missouri River at or near Garrison, North Dakota. The new deadlines for commencement and completion of construction are one and three years, respectively, from February14, 1934.

See also: "Bridge across the Missouri River near Garrison, N. Dak. May 10 (calendar day, May 23), 1934. -- Ordered to be printed." [internal note: manuscript 1086]

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Bridge Construction, Bridge, Garrison, Missouri River

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US House of Representatives, US Senate


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American Politics | Indigenous, Indian, and Aboriginal Law | Indigenous Studies | Law and Politics | Native American Studies | United States History

An Act to Further Extend the Times for Commencement and Completing the Construction of a Bridge Across the Missouri River at or Near Garrison, North Dakota



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