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Board votes to build Indian museum in phases

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) The board building an American Indian Cultural Center southeast of downtown Oklahoma City votes to build the facility in separate phases.

The group currently has only $42 million of the $143 million needed to construct the project.

An additional $29 million already has been promised by the federal government.

All 39 Oklahoma tribes will be invited to participate in a November 1st ground-blessing to launch construction on the south bank of the Oklahoma River.

Plans call for all phases of the cultural center to be completed by 2009.
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