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The women wear sunbonnets and aprons, the children are in overalls and straw hats, ala Huckleberry Finn. The dead boy’s torn pants dangle from his bare ankles.One little boy is yanking on the rope that holds the corpse of young L. His left arm, bound at the wrist, hangs at an unnatural angle.In the darkroom, the photographer has dodged in a white blot for the sake of modesty, to cover the unsightly view of castration.

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The typical lively tableau, lacking only Mark Twain to report it from high aloft in a hot air balloon, shows a pistol fired into the air, bugles being blatted bravely but badly, and a mad dash of buggies and buckboards and ponies and fringed surreys and wild-eyed folks clinging to the steam engine’s cow-catcher with derby-hatted dudes pedaling big-wheeled velocipedes in what is obviously the Le Mans start to end all Figure-Eight dirt track racing for at least the next decade or so.Besides, “The Later State” would have made a lousy license plate slogan. Oklahoma’s own Will Rogers, that great American cowboy star, Number One Hollywood Box Office Star in 1934, in the top ten for years before and dead a year later — oh, and the obvious model for most of Woody Guthrie’s showbiz persona when it wasn’t aimed at aping Jimmie Rodgers — was different than Woody Guthrie just the same.Will Rogers had traveled, bummed around, which Woody mostly just claimed to have done, and he’d done it adventurously all over the world.Much less a part of any Americana tableau, less comical, less laughable, less likely to loom over a postal lobby, but visually stunning all the same, the so-called “Trail of Tears” — "Nunna daul Tsuny" was how the Cherokee described it in their own language, in their own newspapers and books: The Trail Where They Cried — was as well-organized as any act in our savage centuries-long American ethnic cleansing campaign against all the Indian nations.Some honor accrues to General John Wool, who resigned his commission rather than execute President Andrew Jackson’s land-grab fiat; General Winfield Scott efficiently replaced him in the chain of command and in 1838, the Cherokee Nation was forcibly removed from its fertile traditional lands in Georgia to the absurd barren badlands of Oklahoma: Neverland.

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