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Makah / qʷidiččaʔa·tx̌, Native American
Location
Neah Bay, WA
The Makah Cultural and Research Center includes the world renowned Makah Museum, as well as the Museum store, Makah Language Program, Archives and Library Department, Makah Education Department, and Tribal Historic Preservation Office.
Community Focus
Makah / qʷidiččaʔa·tx̌, Native American
Location
Neah Bay, WA
Until historic times, the Makah Tribe was composed of five principal winter villages. The prehistoric population of the Makah was estimated to be between approximately 2000 – 4000 people. Today there are roughly 1500 living in and around Neah Bay. The five villages were located on the shores of the Pacific Ocean and the Strait of Juan de Fuca.
Community Focus
Hoh / Chalá·at, Jamestown S’Klallam / nuxsklai’yem, Lower Elwha Klallam / ʔéʔɬx̣ʷaʔ nəxʷsƛ̕áy̕əm̕, Lummi / Lhaq'temish, Makah / qʷidiččaʔa·tx̌, Muckleshoot / bǝqǝlšuɫ, Native American, Nisqually / dxʷsqʷaliʔ abš, Nooksack, Port Gamble S’Klallam / nəxʷqíyt nəxʷsƛ̕áy̕əm̕, Puyallup / spuyaləpabš, Quileute, Quinault, Sauk-Suiattle / saʔqʷəbixʷ-suyaƛ̓̀̀ʔbixʷ, Skokomish, Squaxin Island, Stillaguamish / stuləgʷábš, Suquamish / dxʷsəq̓ʷəb, Swinomish, Tulalip / dxʷliləp, Upper Skagit
Location
Olympia, WA
The Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission (NWIFC) is a support service organization for 20 treaty Indian tribes in western Washington.
Community Focus
Hoh / Chalá·at, Indigenous, Makah / qʷidiččaʔa·tx̌, Native American, Quileute, Quinault
Location
, WA
We host community surf camps on the Washington coast for Native youth in partnership with the Makah Indian Nation, Quileute Nation, Hoh Indian Tribe, and the Quinault Indian Nation. We teach Native youth to surf, empower them to explore their ancestral waters, and share the benefits of outdoor recreation in their own backyard.