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Chief Stanley Charles Grier of the Piikani Nation hands over a declaration to Yellowstone National Park deputy superintendent Pat Kenney. Nate Hegyi/Mountain West News Bureau hide caption

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Native Americans Propose Change To Yellowstone Landmark Names

The U.S. Board on Geographic Names is considering renaming a mountain and a valley in Yellowstone. The park features are named for men whose work was tied to mass killings of Native people.

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Chief Stanley Charles Grier of the Piikani Nation hands over a declaration to Yellowstone National Park deputy superintendent Pat Kenney. Nate Hegyi/Mountain West News Bureau hide caption

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Native Americans Propose Change To Yellowstone Landmark Names

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