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This week’s Indian Pioneer Paper was recorded by W.P.A. field worker Maurice Anderson on July 26, 1937.
This oral history is a little different than those we usually present. The W.P.A. fieldworker, Henry Day, recorded the history on the dates below. May 19, 1837 Interview Mr.