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Twentieth-century deerhide drum.
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Mask of cedar, paint, and human hair.
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A mid-20th century wolf headdress, of painted plywood rather than cared cedar.
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Quileute rattles.
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Quileute children then…

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…and now.

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Whale hunting in 1906.
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Hunters and canoe.

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This child’s drawing of totem houseboats circa 1905 is so precise, curator Barbara Brotherton recognized one of the posts in the National Archaeological Archive.

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Wolf dance.

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Dancers costumed in salal bush.

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A self-conscious drawing of wolf dancers by a Quileute child, circa 1905.

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"La Push" souvenir espresso cup and saucer, in traditional basket weave.
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