Tribes Put Chilocco Into Bureau's Hands BIA to Manage Former School - 1995-06-07

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F231.png Tribes Put Chilocco Into Bureau's Hands BIA to Manage Former School June 7, 1995, Michael McNutt, News OK

NEWKIRK - An intertribal group has turned over management of a former Indian school and surrounding land to the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs.

Four of the five tribes of the Chilocco Development Authority have passed resolutions to end the organization. The group manages the former Chilocco Indian School seven miles north of Newkirk.

Julia Langan, superintendent of the BIA's Pawnee agency, said in a letter to tribal officials that the authority will be dissolved when it turns over records and signs over the lease with its single tenant.

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{{cite news | author = Michael McNutt | title = Tribes Put Chilocco Into Bureau's Hands BIA to Manage Former School | url = https://newsok.com/tribes-put-chilocco-into-bureaus-hands-bia-to-manage-former-school/article/2504926 | work = News OK | date = June 7, 1995 | accessdate = February 7, 2019 }}