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The Oglala light. [volume] ([Pine Ridge, S.D.]) 190?-19??, April 01, 1913, Image 2

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OEFIC1AL ORGAN OF PINE RIDGE RESERVATION
sssasaii Contents!:
J|§ The Truth About The Nevahoe,
Some Facts About His Land
SI By E. A. Allen
The Essentials of a Teacher of Indian Children 6.
By Bessie M. Minnis
Our Fight against Trachoma & Tuberculosis at Rosebud 8.
By Dr. William A. JReboat
ji| Pictorials
Different Points to be Considered in the Promotion of
Pupils—By D. Clinton IVest
A Plan to Rid a Community of Flies
By Clifton F. Hodge
Our Exchanges
pi News and Rumors of Pine Ridge.
Boarding School News Items.
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THE OGLALA LIGHT is issued from the Printing Department of
The Oglala Indian Training School which is located at Pine Ridge.
South Dakota. The mechanical work on it being done by student
apprentices under direction of the school printer. Ralph H. Ross,
M. Editor Francis Chapman. Manager and Instructor.
The Light has a wide circulation both in and out of the Govern
ment Service. It is an excellent advertising medium and
the
quickest way of reaching employees of the U. S. Government.
Subscription price Fifty Cents per Volume. Ten numbers will
probably constitute a volume. Back Numbers Ten Cents Each.
Address all communications regarding subscriptions and other
subjects relating to this magazine directly to THE OGLALA LIGHT,
U. S. Indian Training School. Pine Ridge, South Dakota.
Entered in the Pine Ridge post office as mail matter of the second class.
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