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Bureau of Indian Affairs

Indian Affairs, Bureau of, U.S. federal agency, part of the Department of the Interior, set up in 1824 to safeguard the welfare of Native Americans. It acts as trustee for tribal lands and funds, supervises the reservations, and provides welfare and educational facilities.

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