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Allen Pinkham stands Tuesday along the banks of the Clearwater River east of Lewiston, near the site where a Jefferson Peace Medal was stolen from an Indian grave by workers on the Northern Pacific Railroad in the 1930s. It was believed to have been given by Lewis and Clark to Pinkham’s ancestor, Chief Cut Nose.Associated Press photos

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