As his granddaughter Jennifer Panco, center, and daughter, Rose Schoolcraft, second from lower right, look on, Leland Davidson, 95, left, of Centralia, Wash., takes the oath of citizenship as he takes part in a ceremony to award his certificate of U.S. citizenship,Tuesday, April 5, 2011, in Seattle.
As his granddaughter Jennifer Panco, center, and daughter, Rose Schoolcraft, second from lower right, look on, Leland Davidson, 95, left, of Centralia, Wash., takes the oath of citizenship as he takes part in a ceremony to award his certificate of U.S. citizenship,Tuesday, April 5, 2011, in Seattle. The Associated Press
As his granddaughter Jennifer Panco, center, and daughter, Rose Schoolcraft, second from lower right, look on, Leland Davidson, 95, left, of Centralia, Wash., takes the oath of citizenship as he takes part in a ceremony to award his certificate of U.S. citizenship,Tuesday, April 5, 2011, in Seattle. The Associated Press

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