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Bob Blackburn, executive director of the Oklahoma History Center, speaks Monday about a bison-hide Kiowa war tepee in the storage facility at the Oklahoma History Museum. The tepee sat for more than 80 years in storage before a curator stumbled across the artifact recently and realized its significance. The tepee — now fully erected in the basement of the History Center — was a key prop in the 1920 silent film “Daughter of Dawn” filmed in the Wichita Mountains near Lawton. Photo by CHRIS LANDSBERGER, the Oklahoman