Indian Records Repository in Kansas Preserves Indian Records -

At the height of the *Cobell* lawsuit over the federal
mismanagement of the Individual Indian
Money<>(IIM) trust, the U.S.
Department of Interiorís Indian trust office built a
new records management facility in Lenexa, Kansas, which is a 30-minute
drive from Kansas City. The American Indian Records
is state-of-the-art, but it doesnít look it, because it is
underground, in a complex of limestone caves.

The Interior Department maintains custody of federal
Indian<>trust records as
part of the trust obligation. Providing timely access to
those records and insuring proper preservation are essential steps in the
repatriation of information. So with *Cobell* settled, the time seems right
for a descent into the little underworld at Lenexa.

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Peter Kurilecz CRM CA
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