Usher L. Burdick
US House Committee on Indian Affairs
76th Congress, 3d Session
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In this report, dated June 4, 1940, also known as United States (US) House Report 2374, submitted by US Congressman Usher L. Burdick of North Dakota, the Committee on Indian Affairs recommends passage of US Senate Bill 414 "for the relief of the Indians of the Forth Berthold Reservation in North Dakota," with one amendment, that, on page 2, line 4, "10" should be struck and replaced with "5".
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