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Occupy Oakland's Battle of the Teepee

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One of numerous Tuesday afternoon confrences

A student from San Jose takes photos of the initial start of the teepee

Lone Wolf starts work on teepee constructed adjacent to Frank Ogawa Plaza

On the afternoon of Tuesday, November 29, 2011, Lone Wolf, a Native American, was initially thwarted in an effort to erect a teepee on Frank Ogawa Plaza, site of the Occupy Oakland protest.

After repeated conferences between protesters, a lawyer, police and city officials a permit was issued for a teepee to be erected adjacent to the Plaza with restrictions.

With scores of journalists recording the event, construction of the teepee was begun.

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A tent curfew late Tuesday night might provide a new confrontation.

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