Newspaper articles - Indians (part 3).
"TOPPENISH-Some of the last remaining ties between the old and the new were severed Saturday with the death of David Miller Sr., long-time Yakima tribal leader. He died at 12:30 p.m. yesterday in the Central Memorial Hospital here where he had been taken Friday, unconscious, after suffering a stroke. He never regained consciousness. A one_time tribal judge, member of the Columbia Fish Committee when it was composed of tribal representatives from all Northwestern tribes, former Toppenish Long House chairman and many other leadership positions were held by the 78-year-old man who was born at Fort SImcoe."
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