“It is very emotional to see it come to fruition,” she said. “It just is a beautiful representation of the people that started the state, of the land that we are all standing on. It is monumental for tourism. It depicts an Oklahoma history that I don’t think has been shown in our state before. It’s been a long time coming.”
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