Secretary of the Interior Walter J. Hickel examines petitions protesting  a proposed chemical plant in Bluffton in April 1970. They were  delivered to Washington by the shrimp trawler Capt. Dave owned by David  Jones of Hilton Head Island, right. At center is crewman Jacob Driessen  of Hilton Head.
Secretary of the Interior Walter J. Hickel examines petitions protesting a proposed chemical plant in Bluffton in April 1970. They were delivered to Washington by the shrimp trawler Capt. Dave owned by David Jones of Hilton Head Island, right. At center is crewman Jacob Driessen of Hilton Head.
Secretary of the Interior Walter J. Hickel examines petitions protesting a proposed chemical plant in Bluffton in April 1970. They were delivered to Washington by the shrimp trawler Capt. Dave owned by David Jones of Hilton Head Island, right. At center is crewman Jacob Driessen of Hilton Head.

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