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    GALLERY: Skowhegan Indians retired - Morning Sentinel photo by David Leaming | of | Share this photo

    The SAD 54 school board votes on an amendment before voting in favor of retiring the use of the word Indian in district schools during a meeting in Skowhegan on Thursday.

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    SAD 54 school board member Todd Smith speaks as did all 23 members before voting to retire the use of the word Indian in district schools during a meeting in Skowhegan on Thursday.

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    Paris Chretien holds a sign urging the SAD 54 school board to keep the word Indian in district schools during a meeting in Skowhegan on Thursday.

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    People for and against the use of the word Indian in SAD 54 schools hold signs toward board members during a meeting in Skowhegan on Thursday.

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    People against the use of Indian in SAD 54 schools hold signs urging school board members to vote to stop the practice during a meeting in Skowhegan on Thursday.

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    SAD 54 school board chair Dixie Ring, center, moderated a meeting where the school board voted to cease using word Indian in district schools during a meeting in Skowhegan on Thursday.

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