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Soon after its founding the Phoenix Indian School, a boarding high school for Native American male students located near downtown Phoenix, Arizona, started a wind band. The band became a

Soon after its founding the Phoenix Indian School, a boarding high school for Native American male students located near downtown Phoenix, Arizona, started a wind band. The band became a local favorite and went on to tour and even play (and march) for U.S. presidents.

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    Handel, Greg A., and Jere T. Humphreys. “The Phoenix Indian School Band, 1894-1930.” Journal of Historical Research in Music Education 26, no. 2 (April 2005): 144-61.

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