Treasured: Robert Newton's Heirloom Pan

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"It's my grandma's cast-iron pan; this pan was in her family forever. She made countless biscuits and corn bread in it. She was born in 1918 in Oklahoma. I have a lot of Native American in my family so I suspect that's how they wound up there because nobody would move to Oklahoma on their own will in 1920."

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