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Indian Council Fire (Organization : US)
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Ben Reifel Interactions with Indian Council Fire

Correspondence between Ben Reifel and members of the Indian Council Fire in regards to his becoming the Chairman of the Indian Achievement Award and being put on the national board of the Indian Council Fire Publications, Inc.

Indian Council Fire Achievement Award Ceremony in 1971

Dr. Ned A. Hatathli, President of Navajo Community College, received the 1971 Indian Council Fire achievement award from Ben Reifel; from left to right: Dr. Ned A. Hatathli; Louis R. Bruce, Commissioner of Indian Affairs; Ben Reifel, director, Office of Indian Programs, National Parks Service; Elmer Bennett, Arrow Inc.

Indian Council Fire Achievement Award Ceremony in 1971

Indian Council Fire Achievement award ceremony held at the National Aviation Club in Washington, D.C., Dr. Ned A Hatathli is the 1971 Indian Achievement award winner; from left to right: Ben Reifel, director, Office of Indian Programs, National Park Service; Leo W. Vocu, executive director, National Congress of American Indians; Louis R Bruce, Commissioner of Indian Affairs; Dr. Ned A. Hatathli, President of Navajo Community College; Forrest Gerard, director, Office of Indian Affairs, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare; Tom Colosino Director or Arrow Inc.; Hon. Virgil L. Kirk, Chief Justice, Navajo Tribal Courts; Elmer Bennett, Arrow Inc.

Indian Council Fire Achievement Award Ceremony in 1971

Dr. Ned A. Hatathli, President of Navajo Community College, received the 1971 Indian Council Fire achievement award; from left to right: George Lavatta, Special Assistant to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs; Ben Reifel, director, Office of Indian Programs, National Park Service; Louis R. Bruce, Commissioner of Indian Affairs; Dr. Ned A. Hatathli, President of Navajo Community College; Leo W. Vocu, executive director, National Congress of American Indians; Forest Gerard, director, Office of Indian Affairs, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare

Representative Ben Reifel awards Wilma Victor with the Achievement Award of the Indian Council Fire

Representative Ben Reifel (center) presents Wilma L. Victor with the Achievement Award of the Indian Council Fire Achievement Award, Inc. Looking on are Commissioner of Indian Affairs Louis R. Bruce (left) and Marion Gridley (right), editor of the Amerindian, Chicago, Illinois. The award was made in the Capitol in Washington, D.C.