Public Health Report ; v. 70, no. 8 : frontispiece
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Public Health Report ; v. 70, no. 8 : frontispiece

  • 8-1955

  • Source: Public Health Rep.  70(8)
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      Indian health activities.

      Health of Indians became the responsibility of the Public Health Service Bureau of Medical Services July 1, 1955. (Photographs from the Department of the Interior.)

    • Content Notes:
      Health demonstration on Navajo reservation -- Calf inoculated to prevent blacklet, Fort Peck Reservation, Montana -- Navajo boy is not sure he wants this -- Navajo women dipping sheep to destroy ticks and lice.
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