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        George Wright With Maria Lebrado (Totuya) | Ken Burns: The Natioanl Parks

        When the last survivor of the expulsion of the Ahwahneechees returned to her former homeland, Yosemite Valley, 1929, George Melendez Wright, a young Park Service employee, was asked to help translate her Spanish into English. Totuya had been with her grandfather, Chief Tenaya in 1851, when a band of white men arrived to drive Tenaya's people onto a reservation. Source: Pam Wright Lloyd.

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