Archaeologists to tell of Tse-whit-zen findings

Peninsula Daily News

Tse-whit-zen, a Klallam village dating back some 2,700 years, was discovered in 2003 at a Marine Drive site earmarked for a state graving yard connected with work planned on the Hood Canal Bridge. After artifacts and human remains were discovered, construction was halted and many artifacts were stored at the Burke Museum in Seattle. The presentation is a collaboration among Portland State University, Western Washington University, the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe and the Coastal Watershed Institute.

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