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By: Robert Sullivan(Author)
346 pages, no illustrations
Story of how the Makah tribe of Washington State saw their lives changed by their decision to reclaim their right to hunt whales. Some people believed that native culture should be preserved while others objected to the killing of whales and set out to stop them.
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