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    Skowhegan last school in Maine clinging to Indian mascot - Staff file photo by David Leaming | of | Share this photo

    Skylar Carter was among 40 people who turned out to support keeping the Indians nickname for Skowhegan school sports teams during a meeting on April 13, 2015.

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    The Skowhegan Area High School Indian mascot emblazoned on the wall of the gymnasium looms over a basketball game in December 2013.

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    Mark Roman holds a sign protesting use of the term Indian for SAD 54 sports teams during a forum in Skowhegan on May 4, 2015. At far left is former chief of the Penobscot tribe Barry Dana, of Solon.

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    Harold Bigelow celebrates after a vote to keep the high school mascot Indian during a school board meeting at Skowhegan Junior High School in May 2015. The name change was voted down.

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