Thirty-three pupils of the eighth grade of the St. Regis Mohawk Indian school at Hogansburg and four teachers, headed by Ray J. Fadden, visited The Times office in May 1948, where they made their first stop on a four-day tour that took them to western and central New York. They visited various American Indian reservations and historic sites. Watertown Daily Times file

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