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{SPEAKER name="Boris Bradly"}
I'm particularly glad to see the number of people that are here and, I would like also to express my thanks to all of those people that have been involved in making this event possible, both today's events, and the events of next week.

I think if perhaps, if we look back in time we wouldn't have seen any event, like this at all approximately twenty years ago. But as time changes things, time also changes us and we have to be prepared whatever changes can take place and then take our part in making those changes take place.

So again I thank you for your attendance, for the opportunity that we have in sharing with the State of Virginia, we hope now as a result of some of these events that all Virginians will know that there are still a few of us natives left.

{SPEAKER name="Helen Rountree }
Webster Custalow, Mattaponi Indian tribe

{SPEAKER name="Webster Custalow }
I have hopes that, [[?]] the celebration of our Native American Indian Day. It is a great pleasure to take a part in this special occasion helping to celebrate this day.

And I don't think I have to say, [[?]] Mattaponi tribe because I see so many of the Mattaponi [[?]] around here, we all know they are here. And I hope everyone will enjoy this ceremony, and I do hope that each and every one will help to keep it alive and

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Boris Bradly of the East Chickahominy Indian tribe - introduced on page 4

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