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    Skowhegan High signs with, without Indians 081919 - Morning Sentinel file photo by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    Skowhegan Area High School cheerleaders stand beneath the Indian mural on the wall of the gymnasium on Jan. 15.

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    Skowhegan High signs with, without Indians 081919 - Morning Sentinel photo by Meg Robbins | of | Share this photo

    The gymnasium of Skowhegan Area High School, where a mural depicting the school's former Native American sports nickname and mascot has been painted over.

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    Skowhegan High signs with, without Indians 081919 - Morning Sentinel file photo by David Leaming | of | Share this photo

    Hope Savage, left, and her sister Lisa stand beside the sign at the entrance to the Skowhegan Area High School on Nov. 19, 2018. It displays an image of a Native American that has been removed since the school board vote to drop the Indian mascot.

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    Skowhegan High signs with, without Indians 081919 - Morning Sentinel file photo by Meg Robbins | of | Share this photo

    Signs relating to Skowhegan Area High School's former "Indians" mascot have been removed from the entrance sign on Norridgewock Road.

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    Skowhegan High signs with, without Indians 081919 - Morning Sentinel photo by Meg Robbins | of | Share this photo

    David Folsom said that he will keep his "Skowhegan Indians" sign outside his business on Island Avenue despite the mascot changing.

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