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Senior Who Lived Among Indians Tells of His Experiences

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"Whenever the government undertakes a project to educate the Navajo Indians, they simply pack up and move," said William H. Claffin '41, at the third meeting in the American Civilization series which was on Indian culture of the past and of the present.

Claffin gave a talk on his experiences in the Indian territory, where he has spent his last ten summers. Unlike the Navajo Indian, the Pueble Indians welcome government aid as a means of escaping work, he declared.

After the talk, movies were shown, picturing the dwellings and the occupations of the Indians of today, and a general discussion and open forum followed.

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