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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.



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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.

Funding for the Makah Cultural and Research Center is derived from a number of different sources including Federal Grants, Private Foundations and Corporations, museum ticket sales, museum store sales and by Makah Museum Members. About 4% of the operating budget is funded by the Makah Tribal Council.

The museum interprets and houses 300-500 year old artifacts recovered from the Ozette Archaeological Site. There are also other historic and replica pieces and photographs related to the Makah Tribe on display year-round.