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Activity by energy companies, especially road building on Pauline McCauley’s ranch near Farmington, New Mexico has let to a sharp drop in her sheep herd.

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Activity by energy companies, especially road building on Pauline McCauley’s ranch near Farmington, New Mexico has let to a sharp drop in her sheep herd.

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Activity by energy companies, especially road building on Pauline McCauley’s ranch near Farmington, New Mexico has let to a sharp drop in her sheep herd.

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Activity by energy companies, especially road building on Pauline McCauley’s ranch near Farmington, New Mexico has let to a sharp drop in her sheep herd.

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Activity by energy companies, especially road building on Pauline McCauley’s ranch near Farmington, New Mexico has let to a sharp drop in her sheep herd.

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Members of the Blackfeet tribe celebrate their claim on the Badger-Two Medicine Area in Montana, land sacred to them, which has been leased for natural gas development.

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Members of the Blackfeet tribe celebrate their claim on the Badger-Two Medicine Area in Montana, land sacred to them, which has been leased for natural gas development.

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Women work on wiring harnesses at the Cherokee Nation Manufacturing Facility (wholly owned by the tribe) in Stilwell, OK.

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Women work on wiring harnesses at the Cherokee Nation Manufacturing Facility (wholly owned by the tribe) in Stilwell, OK.

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A member of the Ponca tribe (name available upon request) sits for a portrait in traditional regalia before a pow wow in White Eagle, OK.

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Louis LaRose and youth from the Winnebago tribe with the tribal bison herd near Winnebago, Nebraska.

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Youth from the Winnebago tribe with the tribal bison herd near Winnebago, Nebraska.

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Youth from the Winnebago tribe with the tribal bison herd near Winnebago, Nebraska.

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Louis LaRose and youth from the Winnebago tribe with the tribal bison herd near Winnebago, Nebraska.

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Louis LaRose and youth from the Winnebago tribe with the tribal bison herd near Winnebago, Nebraska.

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Louis LaRose and youth from the Winnebago tribe with the tribal bison herd near Winnebago, Nebraska.

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