FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 2002 Hundreds of friends, family and others gathered in Massachusetts on Wednesday to say a final goodbye to Wampanoag leader Russell Peters. Peters was instrumental in the tribe's land claims and bid to gain federal recognition. He died after an illness at the age of 73. Get the Story:
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