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    by Michelle Bedard
    Cass Lake, Minnesota (AP)

    Gazing across the former campus of Mokahum Indian Bible School, James Moses recalled with sentiment many memories of his time as a student there.

    “I came here 40 years ago,” Moses said. “I was only 20 years old when I came here.”

    Moses, who is Cree, traveled from his hometown of Moose Factory, Ontario, Canada, about 450 miles north of Toronto, to the campus in Cass Lake.

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