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The Impartial Citizen Vol. 6 No. 3, p. 7. Judge Howard Munson's Dilemma: Mohawks: consent decree dissolving before dissent, Alcoa and Reynolds Aluminum plants said to offer Mohawk Indians "Death by Emissions"
OwnerMargaret Williams
TitleThe Impartial Citizen Vol. 6 No. 3, p. 7. Judge Howard Munson's Dilemma: Mohawks: consent decree dissolving before dissent, Alcoa and Reynolds Aluminum plants said to offer Mohawk Indians "Death by Emissions"
Date Original2/1/1985-2/15/1985
Date Digital6/1/10
DescriptionP. 7 Mohawks opposed to the terms of a proposed settlement between the Canadian St. Regis Mohawk Band and Reynolds Metals and Alcoa were in U.S. District Court here last week for three days of hearing before Federal Judge Howard G. Munson.
LocationSyracuse
KeywordsEmissions ; Federal court ; Mohawks ; Aluminum companies
Photographer/AuthorThe Impartial Citizen Vol. 6 No. 3
Digital PublisherBlack History Preservation Project
Digital Specifications7942 x 12728; 303,280,916 bytes; Quality - 24bit, RGB, 600ppi; image/tif; No Compression;
Format OriginalNewspaper article
Summon Content TypeNewspaper Article
Typetext
RightsMaterials in this collection are the property of aforementioned owner. Permission to use this image/item has been granted by owner to the Black History Preservation Project and its current and future partners.
LanguageEnglish
Collection NameBlack History Preservation Project
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