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Visiting artist touring all tribes of N. America's 1st Nation

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"We're still here," Matika Wilbur said in reply to a question about why she chose to photograph Native Americans.

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Gallery co-owner Paula Baldoni, center right, introduces speaker Matika Wilbur for a lecture on Wilbur's photographic work at the River House Arts Gallery Thursday, May 16, 2013 in Perrysburg.

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Vicki Marsh, of Maumee, takes a look at several pieces by photographer Matika Wilbur

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Matika Wilbur, center, describes the subject of one of her photographs.

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Matika Wilbur, right, speaks to a packed room about her experiences photographing indigenous people in America.

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Lisa Bowe, of Perrysburg, walked past several prints.

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Matika Wilbur, center, greets attendees of her talk after speaking about her experiences.

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Georiga Manion, of South Toledo, center, points to a photograph taken Matika Wilbur as she and other lecture attendees listen.

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