H.R. 1794 (88th): An Act to authorize payment for certain interests in lands within the Allegheny Indian Reservation in New York, required by the United States for the Allegheny River (Kinzua Dam) project, to provide for the relocation, rehabilitation, social and economic development of the members of the Seneca Nation, and for other purposes
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