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At about 4:45 that morning, a young Filipino lifeguard living in the ground-floor bunkhouse for Radium staff walked out of the shower and smelled smoke.
The Santa Margarita National Historical Site including bunkhouse and nearby chapel, built circa 1810, was home to Pio Pico, Mexico’s last governor of Alta California and other early pioneers.
Behind the house is a barn and a bunkhouse that sleeps 12.
Cusi Ballew, a Pottawatomie member from southern Ohio making his second trip to the camp, was up on a ladder drilling pieces of plywood together to make a bunkhouse for Sioux tribal members.
In July 2016, the prison showed a bunkhouse for captives to stay up to a week before release to another country.
Step by step, the old horse barn, the bunkhouse and main house — once dusty and fallow — are being repaired and cleaned out in preparation for their next chapter.
The Boys in the Bunkhouse: Servitude and Salvation in the Heartland, by Dan Barry.
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