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ANASAZI:  A Vanished Native-American (before USA was USA) Tribe
1983 Dr. Saku Gunasegaram.  
11" x 8" ink and oil pastel on calligraphy paper
purchased as
a gift for the fine artist by her aunt (Shirin NOT Iranian!~as in _NOT_ a national of The Country Iran)
Shirin (Sherine) Weerasinghe
in Valley Falls, Kansas USA in calendar year 1983 (nineteen eighty-three).

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