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May 24 , 2011

Trackwoman Number Two

Revision of Four Years of Track Life


You will enjoy reading this book about the exciting adventures my husband, Cliff and I had living in an outfit car on the AT&SF railroad tracks. We lived a rough life being moved from one job site to another. We traveled from the coast, valleys, desert and the mountains of south California.

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The crew consisted of Indians of the Navajo tribe who had a contract with the AT&SF Railroad Company to work as laborers. There were other members of the crew including the foreman, his wife, and laborers. Cliff and I tried to be of help to the crew when they needed us. Sometime they needed transportation or they were sick, plus many problems that did occur. We were there to guide them.

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