Nikki Crisp, right, shoots some photos of Shea Keck, left, both members of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, a federally recognized Native American tribe in U.S., during the Karl May Festival Days in Radebeul, Germany, Sunday, June 5, 2011. German writer Karl May, author of adventure novels set in the American Wild West, lived and worked in Radebeul, a suburb of Dresden. (AP Photo/Jens Meyer)

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Nikki Crisp, right, shoots some photos of Shea Keck, left, both members of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, a federally recognized Native American tribe in U.S., during the Karl May Festival Days in Radebeul, Germany, Sunday, June 5, 2011. German writer Karl May, author of adventure novels set in the American Wild West, lived and worked in Radebeul, a suburb of Dresden. (AP Photo/Jens Meyer)
Nikki Crisp, right, shoots some photos of Shea Keck, left, both members of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, a federally recognized Native American tribe in U.S., during the Karl May Festival Days in Radebeul, Germany, Sunday, June 5, 2011. German writer Karl May, author of adventure novels set in the American Wild West, lived and worked in Radebeul, a suburb of Dresden.
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