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Freeman, Edwina
October 2004
News from Native California;Fall2004, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p36
Discusses the efforts of the Pechanga tribe to comfort the victims of the fire which swept through Southern California American Indian reservations on October 26, 2003. Recountal of the disaster; Services provided by the tribe to the victims; Information on the Halloween party held by the tribe for the victims.


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