Mono Indian women work for the Red Cross at the foot hills of Sierra Mountains in Dunlap, California, during World War 1.
Dunlap California USA Date:1917 Duration:42 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Native American Indian women from the Mono people or Mono tribe work for the Red Cross at the foot hills of Sierra Mountains in Dunlap, California. The women work with cloth making bandages for the World War I war effort. Children seated on the ground. One of the women teaches a man to help in making a bandage.
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