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Vol. 9, Issue 264 • Monday, September 20, 2004
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Gabriel "Standing Wood Bear" Figueroa posed for a portrait at the Honolulu Academy of Arts yesterday during a celebration of early American culture that featured performances, demonstrations, special exhibits and art activities for individuals and families to learn more about how early Americans lived.
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