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Writing for Her People  -  Taking Title to the Land
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Chickaloon Tribal Chief Gary Harrison is shown above accepting CIRI's gift from Barbara Donatelli, CIRI Executive Vice President. Photo courtesy CIRI.
Chickaloon villagers, who persevered for many years in their efforts to protect their cemetery, were finally able to take title to the land when Cook Inlet Region, Inc., purchased it and passed it on to Chickaloon.

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