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Southern Paiutes at Moapa

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Walden69 19:01, 10 January 2006 (UTC)

(del) (cur) 04:35, 29 October 2005 . . Yosemite Indian (Talk) . . 200x285 (16742 bytes) (Southern Paiutes at Moapa)

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