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Required Reading: The Malheur National Wildlife Refuge Was Taken Over Once Before, Back in the 19th Century - Slog - The Stranger

26.1.16

Required Reading: The Malheur National Wildlife Refuge Was Taken Over Once Before, Back in the 19th Century - Slog - The Stranger: Ranchers and homesteaders found common cause not just in their economic shared interests but, even more powerfully, in their opposition to the Paiute, who had made the basin their home for some thirteen thousand years. For all their differences, hating the Paiute gave ranchers and homesteaders a powerful sense of shared identity as whites. To lay claim to the basin for themselves, they believed they had to deny the Paiute's claim to a home and physically expel them.


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