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Chickasaw Nation opens research and preservation center
Posted: Tuesday, May 17, 2011
of Oklahoma will open its new research and preservation center on May 28.
The Holisso Center is located at the
Chickasaw Nation Cultural Center
in Sulphur. The 20,000-square-foot facility will act as a repository for tribal documents, artifacts and other materials.
“Chickasaws who are willing to share their historic treasures will be making a contribution of tremendous value to the preservation of our history for generations to come,” Chickasaw Gov. Bill Anoatubby said, The Oklahoman reported.
The tribe will host an all-day celebration for the center.
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Chickasaws to open preservation center May 28
(The Oklahoman 5/17)
Chickasaw Nation opens $40M cultural center after years of work
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