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This Week in AG History -- April 28, 1965

Fifty years ago, when the SAGU American Indian College dedicated its current site in Phoenix , the new campus was little more than a vision — two years later, it was a reality.


Burning to Death From the Inside Out

Eight-year-old Phoenix Richey was face to face with death, but prayer kept death at bay as God intervened.


This Week in AG History -- September 9, 1973<br />

Missionary Alta Washburn's love for God and Native Americans led her to found what is now known as American Indian College.


This Week in AG History -- September 6, 1947

An ordained Methodist minister, a somewhat skeptical Samuel S. Scull visited Los Angeles in 1907 to check out the reported Pentecostal outpouring -- his life would never be the same!