Santa Fe School Annual Report, 1919
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Agee sweeteness or accusinesses were negative entered IAEARIORITISHEnters International The chief business of our so- called Gardener is that of taking care of the milking and of the dairy herd generally. If he has any time left after that, he devotes it to helping out with the work of plant production. He works much more than eight hours a day. About a dozen of our boy pupils are spending the summer working in the suger- beet fields under the supervision of Mr. Dagenett near Rocky Ford, Colorado. About half a dozen of our girls are working for fami lies in Santa Fe city and the near vicinity.. The Indian pupils here do not really need assistanc e in finding employment. However, it is well to have supervision over their employment. Respectfully submitted Jo Aalert J. D. DeHuff Superintend ent. JDD/-
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