Makah Indians paddle away from the rising sun as they head from Neah Bay, Washington, toward open Pacific Ocean waters during a practice for a planned whale hunt. Photo: AP

American Indian tribe the Makahs in 20-year battle to be allowed to hunt whales again

  • Located in the remote northwest corner of Washington’s Olympic Peninsula, they want to use the whales for food and to make bone handicrafts, artwork and tools they can sell
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Makah Indians paddle away from the rising sun as they head from Neah Bay, Washington, toward open Pacific Ocean waters during a practice for a planned whale hunt. Photo: AP
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