John W. Dady was a U.S. government employee who served as the Superintendent of the Mission Indian Agency during the early
20th century. The Mission Indian Agency was the office of the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs responsible for providing government
services and programs to Native Americans tribes in Southern California.
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