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  •  Thanks, I didn't mention that. I'm glad you did! (8+ / 0-)

    That wonderful museum is in Neah Bay, up on the very corner of the peninsula, on the Makah reservation, with artifacts uncovered after a mudslide encased them for many years. Definitely worth a visit! Things like boxes made of bent cedar that were used to cook food in, and soft cloth garments made from cedar bark. There are a couple of large hand carved canoes there, and a longhouse you walk through to see how the living areas were set up.

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