|Six years ago a tribe of 700 Indians in Southern New Mexico camped around the government agency, living in dilapidated tents, brush tepees, board shacks. Like hungry sparrows hoping for a crust of bread, these once proud people depended on their harassed agent to keep them somehow from starvation. >>more...>>
Title: Whither the American Indian?
Author: Stevens, Alden
Publication: Survey Graphic
Date: March 1, 1940
Publisher: Survey Associates, Inc.
- Native Americans
- New Mexico
Notes: Vol. 29, No. 3, p. 168