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Fire Drill, Albuquerque Indian School (1903)

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The first of an interesting series of pictures covering the work which is being done by the U. S. Indian Dept., in the education of the nation's wards. An alarm of fire is given at the ... See full summary »

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The first of an interesting series of pictures covering the work which is being done by the U. S. Indian Dept., in the education of the nation's wards. An alarm of fire is given at the Alberquerque school, the young Indians rush out in good order, raise ladders, man the hose, and soon have a stream playing on the roof. Written by Biograph Catalog

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November 1903 (USA)  »

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