Posted by: Sandy Steinman | February 20, 2021

A century-old fight for tribal recognition simmers 

In a fevered bid for wealth, white ranchers and gold miners began pouring into the remote Mono Lake Basin east of Yosemite in the 1850s, taking over the ancestral lands of Native Americans who had existed there from time immemorial.

To members of the Mono Lake Kutzadika Paiute tribe, it was an assault on their traditions, their culture and on their very survival.

Read more A century-old fight for tribal recognition simmers – Los Angeles Times


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