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We have buried our dead once already, Shasta
Tribal leader Gary Lake, Siskiyou Daily News
in the Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement (KBRA)
are the Shasta People recognized. The Klamath
Hydro Settlement Agreement (KHSA) exposes the
Shasta People's burial grounds, Spiritual sites,
ceremonial grounds and villages which are
currently protected by reservoirs behind the
dams that are to be taken out."
No more wilderness or National Monuments.
"Happy Camp is already surrounded by wilderness areas
and prime wildfire dangers. Don't make it worse!,"
by Karuk Tribal member James Waddell, 5/28/10
Karuk Forum - "Hillman Has Resigned." Hilman was Karuk
vice chair. HERE for more
Karuk People of the Klamath History… and nothing to do with
Karuk Political Activists in law suits or with crazy Karuk Dam
Removal Efforts! letter by James Waddell, Karuk Tribal
Member and U.S. Veteran, posted to KBC 2/8/10. Note from
Waddell: "The Karuk People never had a chance to vote on
the Klamath dam removal, or the law suit against the US Forest
Service, or the law suit against the CA Fish & Game, or the
law suit agains the Water Quality Control Board, or the law
suit against the gold miners."
voting on Klamath Dam removal, by Karuk tribal member
James Waddell 2/7/10
“Freedom in the
USA?” by Karuk tribal member James Waddell 7/4/09
Tribal member James Waddell:
"The Death of Honor; and the
Desertion of Our Children,"