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Quileute Tribal Chairwoman Bonita Cleveland watches debris gather on the beach as a storm moves through La Push, Wash., on Sept. 27.
Quileute tribal leaders are concerned that a tsunami would wipe out their 1-square-mile reservation.
While relaxing in the senior center on the reservation in La Push, Wash., on the Olympic Peninsula,
The Quileute school, which was once the office for the U.S. Coast Guard station, is about 1 foot above sea level.