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Changing times thin ranks of Indian firefighters

By Matt Mygatt
Alburquerque, New Mexico (AP)

Darryl Wallace fondly reminisces about his crews from Zuni Pueblo shoulders bent to the ground, cutting brush and scraping the soil to clear lines around forest fires.

Sooty, dirty, hot work. Morale high. A reputation to uphold.

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