Native American Indians aid war effort as Navaho women make gifts for Red Cross packages in the United States.
United States USA Date:1943 Duration:59 sec Sound:Yes
Activities of Native American Indian Navaho women in the United States during World War II . Women come out of a building. Navaho women bring home cooked food for U.S. soldiers at a railway station. The soldiers take the food. A woman with her child and a U.S. soldier. Two women look at a board which tells the name of the Indians serving in the U.S. Army. Women at a handicraft shop make gifts and games for Red Cross packages. The home of a Navaho family. A close up of a Navaho chief.
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