North-American Indian students learn vocational skills in government schools so they can earn a living wage.
United States USA Date:1933 Duration:3 min 2 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. government provisions for the education of Native American Indians during the Great Depression era in the United States. Clip focuses on Native American Indian students learning vocational skills, trades, and service skills so they can get jobs and earn a living. An Indian student works on a sketch. Students cultivate plants in a greenhouse. Girls at sewing machines. Three women pose. Indian women prepare food in a kitchen. Indian women learning nanny skills and caring for American children at a play school. Children on a slide at the playground.
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