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THE DAILY LEADER / RHONDA DUNAWAY / President of The Magnolia State Archaeological Society Bill Breidinger (left) and local collector Johnny Parkman of Brookhaven, are shown greeting visitors at the Indian Artifact Show held Saturday, April 12, in the Lincoln Civic Center.
THE DAILY LEADER / RHONDA DUNAWAY / President of The Magnolia State Archaeological Society Bill Breidinger (left) and local collector Johnny Parkman of Brookhaven, are shown greeting visitors at the Indian Artifact Show held Saturday, April 12, in the Lincoln Civic Center.

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