Tex G. Hall

Tex G. Hall

Tex G. Hall , is a Native American who was tribal chairman of Three Affiliated Tribes from 1998 to 2006. He lost the 2006 election to Marcus Levings, but in the 2010 tribal election, Hall defeated Levings. He ran for the position of President of the National Congress of American Indians in 2001 and successfully won his campaign at the annual convention in Spokane, Washington over Chairman Brian Wallance of the Washoe Tribe of Nevada. Wikipedia*

On the C-SPAN Networks:
Tex G. Hall has nine videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 2001 Forum as a Chair. The year with the most videos was 2003 with three videos as a President. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 2006 with an average of 132 views per program. Most appearances with Byron L. Dorgan (2), Tom Daschle (2), Earl Pomeroy (2). Most common tags: Native Americans, Early American History (1600-1850).

Appearances by Title:c. March 1, 2001 - Present Chairman, Mandan, Hidasta, Arikara Nation Videos: 3 c. December 18, 2002 - Present President, National Congress of American Indians Videos: 5 c. February 20, 2001 - Present Chair, Budget Task Force, National Congress of American Indians Videos: 1

Recent Appearances

  • Indian Trust Lands Lawsuit

    Indian Trust Lands Lawsuit

    A panel moderated by former Senator Tom Daschle talked about the Cobell v. Norton case and about how the mismanagement of…

  • American Indians National Congress

    American Indians National Congress

    Secretary Spellings and Congressman Cole spoke before hundreds of Indian tribal and community leaders at the National…

  • State of Indian Nations

    State of Indian Nations

    Mr. Hall talked about Native American issues, the quality of tribal governments, civil rights and environmental issues, and…

  • Sakakawea Statue Dedication

    Sakakawea Statue Dedication

    The dedication of North Dakota’s second statue in Statuary Hall, Sakakawea. A Shoshone, she served as a guide and translator…

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