‘Most Important Indian,’ And Treaty Rights Advocate Hank Adams Dies At 77

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Native American civil rights advocate Hank Adams died at the age of 77 this week. Once referred to as the “most important Indian” by Native American rights advocate and author Vine Deloria Jr., Adams was central to the fight to uphold tribal treaty rights during the 1960s and 1970s.

Source: ‘Most Important Indian,’ And Treaty Rights Advocate Hank Adams Dies At 77 : NPR

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  1. Thanks, Trace, I bought Eric’s book Apple on my Kindle. Back in Olympia until next planting season, then back to Oklahoma until November. On the way back, someone stole my luggage from the Amtrak luggage rack and got away withmy computer. Have purv=chased a n ew computer, but lost all my email addresses and having to re-enter them again.

    Best, J. Glenn Evans

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