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 - INDIANS MAKE H E R E TEMPORARILY in "Little...
INDIANS MAKE H E R E TEMPORARILY in "Little Fawn," Daughter of Chief Own Red Feather, Born in This City Chief Own Red Feather, a full- blooded Cherokee Indian and his wife, Catherine, known by her Indian name, Laughing Eyes, with their little papoose. Virginia, otherwise known by her Indian cognomen. Little Fawn, are temporary residents here. Chief Own Red Feather is giving lectures ed in 1896 to transplant them In Oklahoma. They originally lived in the Smoky Mountain region, and recently a small residence was them there by the government. In telling of the early Indian's beadwork, he said that years ago beads, called wampum, were very hard to obtain, and were very valuable. It IB thought that years ago Alaska was Joined to Asia, and beads came from Mongolia, and

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  1. Sunday Times Signal,
  2. 28 Nov 1937, Sun,
  3. Page 9

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