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3. Team Photo for site at /J0110221/webteam.html.
Photo by Mr. Palese; coach of team. Graphics background created for team by
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4. Images of Constitution; /J0110221/usgovernment.html. Received email permission February 9, 2001 from The Branson School at http://www.branson.org .
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