Innovative Coast Salish art being produced in the tradition of the artists' ancestors.
The tools and technologies to make canoes and other carvings.
Explore the geographic region of the Coast Salish people, their history, language, and tribal names.
Works of art in the form of carved bone, stone, horn and basketry have been found and dated back to 5,000 years ago.
The strangest-looking arachnids found in Washington state according to Rod Crawford.
The Burke’s Malacology Collection began thanks to a group of Seattle teenagers back in the 1890s and has grown steadily over the years.
Rock exposures are rare in the icy wastes of Antarctica, but they are the only places where finding fossils is possible.
Washington state is home to a wide variety of fossils. Best of all, there age has several fossil sites that are open to the public!
This 37-foot story pole carved by William Shelton is being repaired thanks to help from the community.
While there have been enormous changes in Coast Salish Native diet and culture over the centuries, a core value of food has survived.