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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Richard Peterson
A grant will help speed restoration of the oldest Haida longhouse in Alaska.
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"A lot of the building is still in really good condition. Some of the supports are what's failing. I think we're fortunate enough that we don't need a total reconstruction, so we want to maintain as much as we can," Peterson said.
"It's a matter of our cultural revitalization, showing that we're still here and part of these lands," Richard Peterson, president of the Tribal Council for the Organized Village of Kasaan, told CoastAlaska (http://is.gd/lbTcnK).