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Scholars Karen Vuranch depicting Mary Draper Ingles (captive of Shawnee Indian Tribe in 1790) and Doug Wood depicting Mankiller Ostenaco, Cherokee Warrior, on stage, bring history to life during a Saturday performance at the John Johnston Farm & Indian Agency.
Scholars Karen Vuranch depicting Mary Draper Ingles (captive of Shawnee Indian Tribe in 1790) and Doug Wood depicting Mankiller Ostenaco, Cherokee Warrior, on stage, bring history to life during a Saturday performance at the John Johnston Farm & Indian Agency.
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Scholars Karen Vuranch depicting Mary Draper Ingles (captive of Shawnee Indian Tribe in 1790) and Doug Wood depicting Mankiller Ostenaco, Cherokee Warrior, on stage, bring history to life during a Saturday performance at the John Johnston Farm & Indian Agency.

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