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From: Cherokee21 DelphiPlus Member Icon1/25/08 7:58 PM 
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Indian flag flown at Alcatraz auctioned for $60K
Friday, January 25, 2008
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A flag that was flown on Alcatraz Island sometime during the Indian occupation of 1969-1971 was auctioned for $60,000 in California.

The PBA Galleries auction house in San Francisco expected "Old Glory's Helper Flag" to sell between $100,000 and $150,000. But Indians who took part in the occupation say they don't remember it and don't remember Lulie Nall, a Penobscot woman who designed it and brought it to the island.

The flag was sold on behalf of Daniel Hagar, a Florida man who said Nall, who died in 1983, was his stepfather's aunt, the Associated Press reported.

Get the Story:
Alcatraz flag is sold for $60,000 (The San Francisco Chronicle 1/25)
Flag from American Indian occupation of Alcatraz sold at auction for $69K (AP 1/24)
Username: indianz, Password: indianzcom
Disputed Alcatraz invasion flag on block (The San Francisco Chronicle 1/24)

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