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Oklahoma City artist Christopher Nick, center, accepts congratulations from Chickasaw Nation Gov. Bill Anoatubby, right, Feb. 19 after a painting of famed Chickasaw aviator and former Chickasaw Nation legislator Pearl Carter Scott was unveiled in the Oklahoma House of Representatives. The work, shown far right, received a standing ovation from a packed chamber gallery and from lawmakers. It will be displayed in the House lounge in the Oklahoma Capitol. Joining Nick and Gov. Anoatubby for the dedication are, left, Dan Boren, president of corporate development for the Chickasaw Nation, and Sen. Don Barrington, R-Lawton.

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