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Indians, Puyallup (General) - 24

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Indians, Puyallup


Puyallup Tribal members and others served as security guards during the sale of fireworks for Fourth of July. It was part of an ongoing conflict of who should be allowed to sell fireworks consisting of jury trials and public protests. The United States Marshalls only did a single drive by. Two people sit on the hood of a car holding pump shotguns.

Asian-Americans - 2

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--Old Culture, New Life--
Kathy Laufasa and Tupou Mamaea, both students at Chief Sealth High School, practice Polynesian dance steps. The Samoans are among increasing numbers of Pacific Rim natives who have emigrated to the United States.

Bassett, Doug (Antique dealer) - 1

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Antique dealer Dog Bassett cues up a "78" on one of the several Victrola phonographs he deals. Among his specialties is a 25,000-piece record stock. Bassett owns "The Time Machine" on Broadway.

Photo by Geff Hinds

Indians, Puyallup (General) - 25

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Indians, Puyallup
Photo by Kai Silva


Puyallup Tribal members try to stop Wildlife agents from confiscating fish. Ralph Larson director of the state Game department had restricted all fishing starting on December 5th. Three Puyallup tribal officers were cited for permitting tribal members to fish in waters that were closed to all. Photo by Kai Silva.

Doppmann, Mr. and Mrs. William (Pianists) - 3

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William Doppmann, pianist
American International Artists
Photo by Shel Izen

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Internationally acclaimed pianist, William Doppmann will perform with the Summer Pops! Symphony from 7:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. for the finale concert of Art Bowl -- a day long festival of the arts to be held on Saturday, August 21, 1982 at Point Defiance Park.

Harris, Benjamin III - 1

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Harris, B.J. III


Benjamin Harris III was sentenced to death in 1984 for the shooting of Tacoma auto mechanic Jimmy Lee Turner. Harris was exonerated in 1997 and became the first death-row inmate released from prison in Washington state since the state reinstated the death penalty in 1981.

Indians, Puyallup (General) - 26

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Puyallup Tribal members blocked all entrances to the Cascadia Juvenile Diagnostic Center in protest of a U.S. Supreme court ruling allowing for all cigarettes sold on reservation smoke shops to be taxed by the state and to force the state to pay rent for use of the facility.

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