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The Journal of San Diego History
SAN DIEGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY QUARTERLY
Summer 1983, Volume 29, Number 3
Thomas L. Scharf, Editor

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dispensary, storeroom and jailhouse

Page iv. Stone and mortar structure which served as a dispensary, storeroom and jailhouse stands at the Campo Indian Agency Schoolhouse complex at present.

water reservoir

Page iv. Stone and concrete water reservoir overlooking the Campo Indian Agency Schoolhouse complex ruins, viewing north, 1981.

Map

Page 157. Location of the Campo Indian Agency Schoolhouse complex on Campo Indian Reservation, Townships 17, 18 South, Range 6 East.

The start for Campo

Page 158. “The start for Campo, when Frances and Rosalie went there as field matrons to begin with their work for their people . . . .” Photograph, 1905.

Mamie Robinson and her Indian assistants

Page 161. Teacher Mamie Robinson and her Indian assistants, Frances La Chappa and Rosalie Nejo, at Old Campo Indian Reservation. Photograph, 1905.

 

Recent photographs and reproductions of the Du Bois photographs (pages 158 and 161) are courtesy of Kenneth A. Jacques, Photographer.