Two members of the recently recognized Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe of Massachusetts filed a land claim in federal court on Wednesday. Amelia Bingham and her son, Steven, are claiming all town- and state-owned land in Mashpee, the tribe's historical base. Land in private ownership is not being targeted. "If a wrong's been done, it has to be corrected," Steven Bingham said, The Cape Cod Times reported. Get the Story:
Tribe members seek Mashpee land (The Cape Cod Times 10/23)
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