Creek Nation art auction stirs contro...

Creek Nation art auction stirs controversy

There are 2 comments on the Tulsa World story from Jul 22, 2013, titled Creek Nation art auction stirs controversy. In it, Tulsa World reports that:

The Creek Council House Museum Association has made plans to auction off more than 200 items from its collection, including artwork by the late actor and painter Will Sampson, bandolier bags, a copper gorget, bows and arrows and other artifacts.

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Bobb Baxter

Tahlequah, OK

#1 Jul 22, 2013
Dana Sigmon has ruined Okmulgee by not doing her job and bringing in business. Thank God she finally retired. Looks like she's trying to screw over the Creek residents also. At least she's consistent.
Creekie

Acton, MA

#2 Jul 31, 2013
Okmulgee pillar's of the community who call themselves christians are the one's who should be ashamed and all those who stood by and watched another travesty by the "whites" in charge towards the beautiful native people. Look at the lands = ruined by oil and gas companies like Vierson's.

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