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Our Lady of Medjugorje (Croatian: Međugorska Gospa), also called Queen of Peace (Croatian: Kraljica mira) and Mother of the Redeemer (Croatian: Majka Otkupiteljica), is the title given to alleged visions of the Blessed Virgin Mary which began in 1981 to six Croatian teenagers in Medjugorje, Bosnia and Herzegovina (at the time in SFR Yugoslavia).
Wesley Johnson (c. 1849 – 1925) was elected chief on May 10, 1913 in Meridian, Mississippi. He would lead the Mississippi, Alabama, and Louisiana Choctaw Council's delegation to Washington, D. C. in February 1914 where he met President Woodrow Wilson and many members of congress. There he expressed the dire situation of the Mississippi Choctaws.