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On the 2nd Thursday of the month at 3:00pm -- 4:30pm, we will present "THPO Topics." See below for details and links. Please email us if you are interested in being on our notification list for future events.
A Tribal Historic Preservation Officer “wears many hats,” from archaeologist and collections manager to regulatory compliance officer, and much more. Join us for an in-depth look into the world of THPOs and their many responsibilities.
Did you know the Jamestown S’Klallam trace their ancestry primarily to six ancestral villages located on the northeast Olympic Peninsula? We will review historic documents, oral histories, and archaeological data related to these sites and examine the historic factors that led to their abandonment.
The archaeological record of Sequim Prairie and its environs stretches back at least 14,000 years. We will look at some of the more significant sites in the Sequim area and learn what these sites tell us about cultural adaptations to climate change and traditional ecological knowledge.
Learn about the ethnographic and archaeological research on sxʷčkʷíyəŋ, one of the ancestral villages of the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe that stood at Washington Harbor. The presentation will feature artifacts, maps, and historical photos as well as ethnobotanical and cultural data.
Find the Washington Harbor booklet on the "Research" tab above, "Coast Salish Culture" drop-down.