Mike Larsen: Larsen Elder Paintings Exhibit

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At the SEASAM 2010 book signing in Tishomingo, Mike Larsen describes the emotional impact of seeing all the elders portraits assembled on the walls at the Chickasaw Cultural Center in Sulphur. The 48 portraits are featured in two books from the Chickasaw Press, "They Know Who They Are" and "Proud To Be Chickasaw."

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