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Secretary Gale Norton with Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs, Neal McCaleb, to her left, and Office of Indian Trust Transition Director Ross Swimmer, to McCaleb's left, at Albuquerque, New Mexico meeting with leaders of more than 70 Indian nations to discuss Indian trust management reform

Secretary Gale Norton hearing testimony, with Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs, Neal McCaleb, to her left, and Office of Indian Trust Transition Director Ross Swimmer, to McCaleb's left, at Albuquerque, New Mexico meeting with leaders of 70 Indian nations to discuss Indian trust management reform

Secretary Gale Norton, center, with Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs, Neal McCaleb, to her left, at Albuquerque, New Mexico meeting with leaders of more than 70 Indian nations to discuss Indian trust management reform. Photograph was selected for use in Interior video on Norton tenure

Secretary Gale Norton with Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs, Neal McCaleb, to her left, and Office of Indian Trust Transition Director Ross Swimmer, to McCaleb's left, at Albuquerque, New Mexico meeting with leaders of more than 70 Indian nations to discuss Indian trust management reform

Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs, Neal McCaleb, at Tribal Leaders-Department of Interior Task Force on Trust Reform meeting in Shepherdstown, West Virginia, discussing reform proposals with Secretary Gale Norton, other Department of Interior officials, and tribal representatives

Tribal Leaders-Department of Interior Task Force on Trust Reform meeting in Shepherdstown, West Virginia, with Secretary Gale Norton, Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, other Department of Interior officials, and tribal representatives discussing reform proposals

Tribal Leaders-Department of Interior Task Force on Trust Reform meeting in Shepherdstown, West Virginia, with Secretary Gale Norton, Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, other Department of Interior officials, and tribal representatives discussing reform proposals

Tribal Leaders-Department of Interior Task Force on Trust Reform meeting in Shepherdstown, West Virginia, with Secretary Gale Norton, Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, other Department of Interior officials, and tribal representatives discussing reform proposals

Edge of the audience at Tribal Leaders-Department of Interior Task Force on Trust Reform meeting in Shepherdstown, West Virginia, featuring Secretary Gale Norton, Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, other Department of Interior officials, and tribal representatives

Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs, Neal McCaleb, at Tribal Leaders-Department of Interior Task Force on Trust Reform meeting in Shepherdstown, West Virginia, discussing reform proposals with Secretary Gale Norton, other Department of Interior officials, and tribal representatives

Secretary Gale Norton and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, rear, observing classroom activities during visit to the Isleta Elementary School, Isleta, New Mexico. The school, serving the Pueblo of Isleta, was one of several stops on the Secretary's New Mexico tour highlighting federal support for American Indian schools

Secretary Gale Norton, left, and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, to Norton's right, observing classroom activities during visit to the Isleta Elementary School, Isleta, New Mexico. The school, serving the Pueblo of Isleta, was one of several stops on the Secretary's New Mexico tour highlighting federal support for American Indian schools

Secretary Gale Norton and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb joining students outside Isleta Elementary School, Isleta, New Mexico. The school, serving the Pueblo of Isleta, was one of several stops on the Secretary's New Mexico tour highlighting federal support for American Indian schools

Secretary Gale Norton, far right, and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, third from right, during visit to the To Hajiilee-He Community School, an Eastern Navajo Agency-operated school in Canoncito, New Mexico. Visit highlighted federal support for such initiatives as the Family and ChildEducation Program

Secretary Gale Norton and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb joining students outside Isleta Elementary School, Isleta, New Mexico. The school, serving the Pueblo of Isleta, was one of several stops on the Secretary's New Mexico tour highlighting federal support for American Indian schools

Secretary Gale Norton, center, and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, left, joining students outside Isleta Elementary School, Isleta, New Mexico. The school, serving the Pueblo of Isleta, was one of several stops on the Secretary's New Mexico tour highlighting federal support for American Indian schools

Secretary Gale Norton, center, and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, to her right, with students during visit to the Isleta Elementary School, Isleta, New Mexico. The school, serving the Pueblo of Isleta, was one of several stops on Secretary Norton's New Mexico tour highlighting federalsupport for American Indian schools

Secretary Gale Norton and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb observing classroom activities during visit to To Hajiilee-He CommunitySchool, an Eastern Navajo Agency-operated school in Canoncito, New Mexico. Visit highlighted federal support for American Indian schools, and such initiatives as the Family and Child Education Program

Secretary Gale Norton and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb joining students outside Isleta Elementary School, Isleta, New Mexico. The school, serving the Pueblo of Isleta, was one of several stops on the Secretary's New Mexico tour highlighting federal support for American Indian schools

Secretary Gale Norton, third from right, and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, second from left, with school staff in front of No Indian Child Left Behind banner during visit to To Hajiilee-He Community School, an Eastern Navajo Agency-operated school in Canoncito, New Mexico. Photographwas used in Interior video on Norton tenure

Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, rear left, and Secretary Gale Norton with students outside the Isleta Elementary School, Isleta, New Mexico. The school was one of several stops on Secretary's New Mexico tour highlighting federal support for American Indian schools. Photograph was usedin Interior video on Norton tenure

Secretary Gale Norton, third from right, and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, second from left, with school staff in front of No Indian Child Left Behind banner during visit to To Hajiilee-He Community School, an Eastern Navajo Agency-operated school in Canoncito, New Mexico. Visit highlighted federal support for American Indian schools

Secretary Gale Norton and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb joining students outside Isleta Elementary School, Isleta, New Mexico. The school, serving the Pueblo of Isleta, was one of several stops on the Secretary's New Mexico tour highlighting federal support for American Indian schools

Secretary Gale Norton, center, and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, left, joining students outside Isleta Elementary School, Isleta, New Mexico. The school, serving the Pueblo of Isleta, was one of several stops on the Secretary's New Mexico tour highlighting federal support for American Indian schools

Secretary Gale Norton, second from right, and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, fourth from right, during visit to the To Hajiilee-He Community School, an Eastern Navajo Agency-operated school in Canoncito, New Mexico. Visit highlighted federal support for such initiatives as the Familyand Child Education Program

Secretary Gale Norton, third from right, and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, second from left, with school staff in front of No Indian Child Left Behind banner during visit to To Hajiilee-He Community School, an Eastern Navajo Agency-operated school in Canoncito, New Mexico. Photographwas used in Interior video on Norton tenure

Secretary Gale Norton and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, rear, with students in classroom during visit to the Isleta ElementarySchool, Isleta, New Mexico. The school, serving the Pueblo of Isleta, was one of several stops on the Secretary's New Mexico tour highlighting federal support for American Indian schools

Secretary Gale Norton and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb joining students outside Isleta Elementary School, Isleta, New Mexico. The school, serving the Pueblo of Isleta, was one of several stops on the Secretary's New Mexico tour highlighting federal support for American Indian schools

Secretary Gale Norton and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb joining students outside Isleta Elementary School, Isleta, New Mexico. The school, serving the Pueblo of Isleta, was one of several stops on the Secretary's New Mexico tour highlighting federal support for American Indian schools

Secretary Gale Norton, center, and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, to her right, with students during visit to the Isleta Elementary School, Isleta, New Mexico. The school, serving the Pueblo of Isleta, was one of several stops on Secretary Norton's New Mexico tour highlighting federalsupport for American Indian schools

Secretary Gale Norton, center, and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, to her right, during visit to the To Hajiilee-He Community School, an Eastern Navajo Agency-operated school in Canoncito, New Mexico. Visit highlighted federal support for American Indian schools, and such initiatives as the Family and Child Education Program

Secretary Gale Norton and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb observing classroom activities during visit to To Hajiilee-He CommunitySchool, an Eastern Navajo Agency-operated school in Canoncito, New Mexico. Visit highlighted federal support for American Indian schools, and such initiatives as the Family and Child Education Program

Secretary Gale Norton and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb joining students outside Isleta Elementary School, Isleta, New Mexico. The school, serving the Pueblo of Isleta, was one of several stops on the Secretary's New Mexico tour highlighting federal support for American Indian schools

Secretary Gale Norton and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, rear right, observing classroom activities during visit to the Isleta Elementary School, Isleta, New Mexico. The school, serving the Pueblo of Isleta, was one of several stops on the Secretary's New Mexico tour highlighting federal support for American Indian schools

Secretary Gale Norton and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb observing classroom activities during visit to To Hajiilee-He CommunitySchool, an Eastern Navajo Agency-operated school in Canoncito, New Mexico. Visit highlighted federal support for American Indian schools, and such initiatives as the Family and Child Education Program

Secretary Gale Norton, center, and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, to her right, with students during visit to the Isleta Elementary School, Isleta, New Mexico. The school, serving the Pueblo of Isleta, was one of several stops on Secretary Norton's New Mexico tour highlighting federalsupport for American Indian schools

Secretary Gale Norton, third from left, and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, far left, during visit to the To Hajiilee-He Community School, an Eastern Navajo Agency-operated school in Canoncito, New Mexico. Visit highlighted federal support for American Indian schools, and such initiatives as the Family and Child Education Program

Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, rear left, and Secretary Gale Norton with students outside the Isleta Elementary School, Isleta, New Mexico. The school was one of several stops on Secretary's New Mexico tour highlighting federal support for American Indian Schools

Secretary Gale Norton and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb observing classroom activities during visit to To Hajiilee-He CommunitySchool, an Eastern Navajo Agency-operated school in Canoncito, New Mexico. Visit highlighted federal support for American Indian schools, and such initiatives as the Family and Child Education Program

Secretary Gale Norton and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, rear, with students in classroom during visit to the Isleta ElementarySchool, Isleta, New Mexico. The school, serving the Pueblo of Isleta, was one of several stops on the Secretary's New Mexico tour highlighting federal support for American Indian schools

Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, rear left, and Secretary Gale Norton with students outside the Isleta Elementary School, Isleta, New Mexico. The school was one of several stops on Secretary's New Mexico tour highlighting federal support for American Indian schools. Photograph was usedin Interior video on Norton tenure

Secretary Gale Norton, center, and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, to her right, with students during visit to the Isleta Elementary School, Isleta, New Mexico. The school, serving the Pueblo of Isleta, was one of several stops on Secretary Norton's New Mexico tour highlighting federalsupport for American Indian schools

Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, rear left, and Secretary Gale Norton with students outside the Isleta Elementary School, Isleta, New Mexico. The school was one of several stops on Secretary's New Mexico tour highlighting federal support for American Indian schools. Photograph was usedin Interior video on Norton tenure

Secretary Gale Norton and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb receiving gift from staff and students outside Isleta Elementary School, Isleta, New Mexico. The school, serving the Pueblo of Isleta, was one of several stops on the Secretary's New Mexico tour highlighting federal support for American Indian schools

Secretary Gale Norton and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, rear, with students in classroom during visit to the Isleta ElementarySchool, Isleta, New Mexico. The school, serving the Pueblo of Isleta, was one of several stops on the Secretary's New Mexico tour highlighting federal support for American Indian schools

Secretary Gale Norton, center, and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, to her right, holding copies of Navajo history publications during visit to the To Hajiilee-He Community School, an Eastern Navajo Agency-operated school in Canoncito, New Mexico. Visit highlighted federal support for American Indian schools

Secretary Gale Norton, rear left, and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb with students in classroom during visit to the Isleta Elementary School, Isleta, New Mexico. The school, serving the Pueblo of Isleta, was one of several stops on the Secretary's New Mexico tour. Photograph was used in Interior video on Norton tenure

Secretary Gale Norton, center, and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, to her right, with students during visit to the Isleta Elementary School, Isleta, New Mexico. The school, serving the Pueblo of Isleta, was one of several stops on Secretary Norton's New Mexico tour highlighting federalsupport for American Indian schools

Secretary Gale Norton, left, and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, center, holding copies of Navajo history publications during visit to the To Hajiilee-He Community School, an Eastern Navajo Agency-operated school in Canoncito, New Mexico. Visit highlighted federal support for AmericanIndian schools

Secretary Gale Norton and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb joining students outside Isleta Elementary School, Isleta, New Mexico. The school, serving the Pueblo of Isleta, was one of several stops on the Secretary's New Mexico tour highlighting federal support for American Indian schools

Secretary Gale Norton and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb observing classroom activities during visit to To Hajiilee-He CommunitySchool, an Eastern Navajo Agency-operated school in Canoncito, New Mexico. Visit highlighted federal support for American Indian schools, and such initiatives as the Family and Child Education Program

Secretary Gale Norton and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb observing classroom activities during visit to To Hajiilee-He CommunitySchool, an Eastern Navajo Agency-operated school in Canoncito, New Mexico. Visit highlighted federal support for American Indian schools, and such initiatives as the Family and Child Education Program

Secretary Gale Norton, center, and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, to her right, with students during visit to the Isleta Elementary School, Isleta, New Mexico. The school, serving the Pueblo of Isleta, was one of several stops on Secretary Norton's New Mexico tour highlighting federalsupport for American Indian schools

Secretary Gale Norton, center, and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, to her right, holding copies of Navajo history publications during visit to the To Hajiilee-He Community School, an Eastern Navajo Agency-operated school in Canoncito, New Mexico. Visit highlighted federal support for American Indian schools

Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs, Neal McCaleb, visiting Santa Fe Indian School, Santa Fe, New Mexico, to participate in the ground blessing ceremony for a new, $38 million classroom and dormitory complex at the school. Site was one of several stops on New Mexico tour by McCaleb and Secretary Gale Norton highlighting federal support for American Indian schools

Secretary Gale Norton, left, and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb attending the ground blessing ceremony for a new, $38 million classroom and dormitory complex at the Santa Fe Indian School, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Photograph was selected for use in preparation of a Department of Interiorvideo on the Norton tenure

Secretary Gale Norton, Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, and Assistant Secretary for Water and Science, Bennett W. Raley, left to right, observing classroom activities at the Santa Fe Indian School, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Norton, McCaleb, Raley spoke at ground blessing ceremony for new, $38 million classroom and dormitory complex

Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb speaking at ground blessing ceremony for new, $38 million classroom and dormitory complex at the Santa Fe Indian School, Santa Fe, New Mexico. School was one of several stops on New Mexico visit by McCaleb and Secretary Gale Norton highlighting federal support for American Indian schools

Secretary Gale Norton, Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, and Assistant Secretary for Water and Science, Bennett W. Raley, left to right, observing classroom activities at the Santa Fe Indian School, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Norton, McCaleb, Raley spoke at ground blessing ceremony for new, $38 million classroom and dormitory complex

Secretary Gale Norton, second from left, and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, third from left, among dignitaries attending the ground blessing ceremony for a new, $38 million classroom and dormitory complex at the Santa Fe Indian School, Santa Fe, New Mexico

Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb speaking at ground blessing ceremony for new, $38 million classroom and dormitory complex at the Santa Fe Indian School, Santa Fe, New Mexico. School was one of several stops on New Mexico visit by McCaleb and Secretary Gale Norton highlighting federal support for American Indian schools

Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, left, observing classroom activities during visit to the Santa Fe Indian School, Santa Fe, New Mexico, for ground blessing ceremony for new facilities. School was one of several stops on New Mexico visit by McCaleb and Secretary Gale Norton highlightingfederal support for American Indian schools

Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb speaking at ground blessing ceremony for new, $38 million classroom and dormitory complex at the Santa Fe Indian School, Santa Fe, New Mexico. School was one of several stops on New Mexico visit by McCaleb and Secretary Gale Norton highlighting federal support for American Indian schools

Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, left, observing classroom activities during visit to the Santa Fe Indian School, Santa Fe, New Mexico, for ground blessing ceremony for new facilities. School was one of several stops on New Mexico visit by McCaleb and Secretary Gale Norton highlightingfederal support for American Indian schools

Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb speaking at ground blessing ceremony for new, $38 million classroom and dormitory complex at the Santa Fe Indian School, Santa Fe, New Mexico. School was one of several stops on New Mexico visit by McCaleb and Secretary Gale Norton highlighting federal support for American Indian schools

Secretary Gale Norton, second from left, and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, third from left, among dignitaries attending the ground blessing ceremony for a new, $38 million classroom and dormitory complex at the Santa Fe Indian School, Santa Fe, New Mexico

Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs, Neal McCaleb, visiting Santa Fe Indian School, Santa Fe, New Mexico, to participate in the ground blessing ceremony for a new, $38 million classroom and dormitory complex at the school. Site was one of several stops on New Mexico tour by McCaleb and Secretary Gale Norton highlighting federal support for American Indian schools

Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, seated far right, and Secretary Gale Norton, seated center, receiving briefing during tour of the United Tribes Technical College in Bismarck, North Dakota. College President David Gipp, to Norton's left, leads the discussion of the institution, operated by the five principal tribes of North Dakota

Events at the National Summit on Emerging Tribal Economies in Phoenix, Arizona, including appearances by Secretary Gale Norton, second from left, Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, far left, and other federal officials and tribal leaders. Summit also featured displays showcasing successful tribal businesses

Events at the National Summit on Emerging Tribal Economies in Phoenix, Arizona, including appearances by Secretary Gale Norton, center, Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, far left, and other federal officials and tribal leaders. Summit also featured displays showcasing successful tribal businesses

Events at the National Summit on Emerging Tribal Economies in Phoenix, Arizona, including appearances by Secretary Gale Norton, rear right, AssistantSecretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, foreground far right, and other federal officials and tribal leaders. Summit also featured displays showcasing successful tribal businesses

Events at the National Summit on Emerging Tribal Economies in Phoenix, Arizona, including appearances by Secretary Gale Norton, front third from left, Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, front second from left, and other federal officials and tribal leaders. Summit also featured displays showcasing successful tribal businesses

Events at the National Summit on Emerging Tribal Economies in Phoenix, Arizona, including appearances by Secretary Gale Norton, center, Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, far left, and other federal officials and tribal leaders. Summit also featured displays showcasing successful tribal businesses

Events at the National Summit on Emerging Tribal Economies in Phoenix, Arizona, including appearances by Secretary Gale Norton, second from left, Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, far left, and other federal officials and tribal leaders. Summit also featured displays showcasing successful tribal businesses

Events at the National Summit on Emerging Tribal Economies in Phoenix, Arizona, including appearances by Secretary Gale Norton, foreground left, Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, behind Norton, and other federal officials and tribal leaders. Summit also featured displays showcasing successful tribal businesses

Events at the National Summit on Emerging Tribal Economies in Phoenix, Arizona, including appearances by Secretary Gale Norton, rear right, AssistantSecretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, foreground far right, and other federal officials and tribal leaders. Summit also featured displays showcasing successful tribal businesses

Events at the National Summit on Emerging Tribal Economies in Phoenix, Arizona, including appearances by Secretary Gale Norton, second from left, Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, far left, and other federal officials and tribal leaders. Summit also featured displays showcasing successful tribal businesses

Secretary Gale Norton, far right, and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, center, in Phoenix, Arizona, participating in Native America Calling, a public radio call-in program run by the Koahnic Broadcast Corporation, with links to the Internet, designed to promote national conversations ontribal issues

Secretary Gale Norton, far right, and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, center, in Phoenix, Arizona, participating in Native America Calling, a public radio call-in program run by the Koahnic Broadcast Corporation, with links to the Internet, designed to promote national conversations ontribal issues

Secretary Gale Norton, far right, and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, center, in Phoenix, Arizona, participating in Native America Calling, a public radio call-in program run by the Koahnic Broadcast Corporation, with links to the Internet, designed to promote national conversations ontribal issues

Secretary Gale Norton, far right, and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, center, in Phoenix, Arizona, participating in Native America Calling, a public radio call-in program run by the Koahnic Broadcast Corporation, with links to the Internet, designed to promote national conversations ontribal issues

Secretary Gale Norton, far right, and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, center, in Phoenix, Arizona, participating in Native America Calling, a public radio call-in program run by the Koahnic Broadcast Corporation, with links to the Internet, designed to promote national conversations ontribal issues