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November 21, 2013 12:00 AM

Maidu group poised to regain ownership of ancestral land

A group of Maidu Indians has succeeded in its quest to be named the official owner of Humbug Valley, a 2,325-acre area in Plumas County that is the last remnant of their once vast homeland still in relatively pristine condition.

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