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2 tribes object to Cape Wind turbines

Say Nantucket Sound is cultural property

Wampanoag tribal officer George Green stood at Popponesset Beach in Mashpee where wind turbines will be placed. Wampanoag tribal officer George Green stood at Popponesset Beach in Mashpee where wind turbines will be placed. (Debee Tlumacki for The Boston Globe)
By Beth Daley
Globe Staff / October 26, 2009

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Native American rituals and beliefs have emerged as a surprising last-minute obstacle to federal approval of the nation’s first offshore wind farm, threatening to significantly delay the Cape Wind project. (Full article: 1095 words)

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