Shinnecock Indian Nation residents at the billboard construction site on the southern side of Sunrise Highway, off the eastbound lanes, Saturday. ANISAH ABDULLAH
"No Trespassing" signs were posted by the Shinnecock Indian Nation at the sites of both billboards being constructed along Sunrise Highway. ANISAH ABDULLAH
As a means of protection, Shinnecock residents tied a staff around what has currently been installed of the tribe's billboard project. ANISAH ABDULLAH
Shinnecock residents at the billboard construction site on the southern side of Sunrise Highway, off the eastbound lanes, Saturday. ANISAH ABDULLAH
Eagle feathers are considered sacred to the Nation. ANISAH ABDULLAH
Shinnecock residents spent Monday morning at the billboard site along Sunrise Highway as work continued. ANISAH ABDULLAH
Shinnecock member Courtney Leonard, an artist and filmmaker, holds a "No Trespassing" sign for drivers to see. ANISAH ABDULLAH
Shinnecock residents spent Monday morning a
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