From The Santa Fe New Mexican:
July 12, 1964: Albuquerque — An Authentic Indian village will be a new feature of the 1964 New Mexico State Fair. Representatives of the Council of American Indians and Fair Manager Finlay MacGillivray signed an agreement calling for a 250- by 270-foot exhibit that will feature Indians at work at various crafts. The Indian council signers included members of the Navajo, Apache, Pueblo and Plains tribes.
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