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Photos for October 10, 2011

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Daniel Beeman, SDG&E customer who testified at the CPUC rate hike hearing in San Diego on Monday.

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Protesters set up camp downtown in the Civic Theatre plaza as part of "Occupy San Diego" on Oct. 9, 2011.

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Zohreh Ghahremani, author of Sky of Red Poppies and one of the 2012 One Book, One San Diego featured authors.

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Abdulmalik Buul in Somalia

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California Gov. Jerry Brown.

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A Pekinese dog

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Xolo ritual dog, thought to have magical powers in Mexico.

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Hunting dogs in Papua, New Guinea.

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Esai Morales returns to a family he doesn't recognize in "Gun Hill Road."

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Harmony Santana gives a career making performance in "Gun Hill Road."

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"Witness 99" visits the gravesite of her sons and husband in "I Came To Testify."

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Malcolm McClain, Pot, late 1950s, slab-built stoneware, 13 ½ x 12 x 10 ½ in. Collection of Laurence McGilvery. Photograph by Steve Oliver.

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Ron Carlson, Teapot, 1974, porcelain, photo silkscreen, handmade decals, metallic luster, glaze and underglaze, 4 ½ x 2 ½ x 7 ½. Collection of the artist. Photograph by Steve Oliver.

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Jackson Woolley, Bonus, 1967, polyester resin and paint on wood, 19 ½ x 40 x 4 in. Collection of Courtney Cutter and Marc Sagal. Photograph by Steve Oliver.

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Lynn Fayman, self-portrait, ca. 1954. Courtesy of Danah Fayman.

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Julius Fat at his job as a control operator at the Navajo Generating Station.

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This 1915 ledger seems to record the payroll for Native Americans who acted in Westerns. HISTORY DETECTIVES host Eduardo Pagán looks into the stories behind these Hollywood Indians. Did the film industry treat them fairly?

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What secrets will this stock certificate reveal about the earliest settlement of New York’s Harlem district?

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Chandler Battaile and Bobbie Chandler are direct descendents of the men in this Civil War photograph. They ask HISTORY DETECTIVES to find out whether Bobby’s great grandfather, Silas Chandler, was slave or free when he wore a Confederate uniform.

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This one of a kind Civil War photograph is at the center of a hot debate over whether black men fought for the Confederate Army. Was Silas Chandler, the black man pictured here in a Confederate uniform, slave or free? What was the relationship between these two men?

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One of Goya's Gentlemen's Paintings and one of Rebecca Webb's variation on the theme.

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Rebecca Webb on one of the shooting locations for her Gentlemen's Paintings.

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A researcher wears a biohazard suit at Fort Detrick, Md., where the FBI says Army scientist Bruce Ivins produced the deadly anthrax used in the 2001 anthrax attacks that killed five people. After Ivins committed suicide in 2008, the FBI accused him of the crime.

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Angela Maweu

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Students walk through the hallways of West Liberty Elementary School. Schools in the town were the first in the state to offer dual-language programs.

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Jose Zacarias lives in an old farmhouse flanked by corn and soybean fields near the edge of town. The Mexican-born immigrant came to West Liberty more than 25 years ago.

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Francisco Gomez, washes cars in the traffic at the San Luis Port of Entry. He said he makes more money the longer the wait times are to cross over.

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Afternoon traffic heading into the U.S. builds up at the San Luis Port of Entry in San Luis Río Colorado, Sonora.

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