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Indians, Puyallup (General) - 1
- 09/09/1970 (Creation)
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Confrontation between Puyallup tribal members and police about fishing rights guaranteed in the Medicine Creek Treaty (1854) resulted in a riot police unit being brought in to disperse the fishing camp. Shots were fired and tear gas was used. Photo taken by Tribune staff member Warren Anderson.
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Copyright of this image is held by the Tacoma News Tribune. This material may be used for the following purposes: public/community art, non-profit museum exhibition, and educational purposes. The following credit line is required:
Tacoma News Tribune, Image TNTxxxxx, Tacoma Public Library Northwest Room.
Permission for commercial uses must be secured through PARS International (https://www.parsintl.com/publisher/mcclatchy/).
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Pugnetti, Jerry “Bullets Fly But Net is Seized,” The Tacoma News Tribune, 09 Sept. 1970.
MacNey, Malcolm “Riverbank Skirmish Only a Battle In a War Over Puyallup Salmon,” The Tacoma News Tribune, 09 Sept. 1970.