Osceoola Mullin, 44, of the Lumbee tribe dresses in traditional dress during the American Indian Heritage Festival.
Osceoola Mullin, 44, of the Lumbee tribe dresses in traditional dress during the American Indian Heritage Festival. JONATHAN M. ALEXANDER jalexander@newsobserver.com
Osceoola Mullin, 44, of the Lumbee tribe dresses in traditional dress during the American Indian Heritage Festival. JONATHAN M. ALEXANDER jalexander@newsobserver.com

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