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righting a "tragic and historical wrong"

restoring the upper Columbia River salmon runs

To generate cheap electricity to power the West, and give jobs to thousands of unemployed men in the Great Depression, the Grand Coulee Dam of the Columbia River was built in 1935.
But the dam killed off the mighty salmon runs that were to the river tribes as the buffalo were to the Plains Indian tribes - but now there is a plan to bring the fish back!  Read the uplifting article from Seattle Times. 
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