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Golden Hill Indian Dispute #40987

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 25, 1976
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(Studio) Indian complaints don't usually get much attention, but complaints continue
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Bridgeport, Connecticut) Downtown Bridgeport was once Golden Hill Tribal Reservation, home of Paugussett Indians.
REPORTER: Jim Kincaid

(Trumbel, Connecticut) Only remaining land of Paugussett Indians is 1/4 acre and even that's in dispute. [Attorney John KUCIJ - explains neighborhood's displeasure with reservation.] Kucij claims part of land claimed by Golden Hill tribe actually belongs to him. Indian chief Aurelius Piper says he'll remain on reservation. [Chief PIPER - doesn't know how long dispute to continue Doesn't have plans to commemorate Thanksgiving.]
REPORTER: Jim Kincaid

Kincaid, Jim;
Reasoner, Harry

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