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by Dan Wilcock

Hoh Tribal Chairwoman Mary Leitka and tribal Natural Resources Administrator Rodney Thysell stand near where the Hoh River meets the Pacific Ocean in northwest Washington. Changes in the river's course are slowly eroding away the tribe's small reservation

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