Klickitat Baskets

September 20, 2017 admin 0

Long before the European invasion of North America, a number of autonomous, independent, and linguistically related peoples lived in contiguous territories in what would become […]

The Hoko River Complex

The Hoko River Complex

December 9, 2014 admin 0

The Hoko River originates in the foothills of the Olympic Mountains (Washington State) and flows for about 25 miles to the Pacific Ocean. It flows […]

The Ozette Reservation

The Ozette Reservation

November 22, 2014 admin 0

In 1855 the United States met with the Makah Nation in Washington to negotiate a treaty. At this time, the Makah were composed of five […]

The Marmes Rockshelter

The Marmes Rockshelter

November 19, 2014 admin 0

Much of what we know about the people of the ancient world has come from archaeological findings in caves and rockshelters. A rockshelter, by the […]

The Ozette Reservation

Ozette

November 13, 2014 admin 0

The Makah, whose traditional homeland is on the Olympic Peninsula in the state of Washington, are the western-most Indian nation in the lower forty-eight states […]

Hunting Mastodons

Hunting Mastodons

May 27, 2014 admin 0

The Cordilleran Ice Sheet began to spread across present-day Washington state more than 17,000 years ago. The ice blocked the Strait of Juan de Fuca […]

Suqamish Chief Kitsap

Chief Kitsap

November 19, 2013 admin 0

Suqamish Chief Kitsap lived from about 1750 to about 1845. He was born and raised in Suquamish (in what is now Washington state). He was […]