Portrait of William Dick's mother, a Makah woman, wearing scarf and blanket, Neah Bay, Washington, ca. 1895. - I just love this photograph and yet, I can't explain why. I think its beautiful and serene, at least that's a start!

Portrait of William Dick's mother, a Makah woman, wearing scarf and blanket, Neah Bay, Washington

Demonstration and Lectures by the Makah Tribe include: basketry, carving, storytelling, fisheries management, forestry, tribal government and more.

Demonstration and Lectures by the Makah Tribe include: basketry, carving, storytelling, fisheries management, forestry, tribal government and more.

Makah woman with gathering basket, Washington, 1910 UW Library Collection, UW Library American Indians of the Pacific Northwest Collection

Makah Woman With Gathering Basket, Washington, 1910 UW Library Collection, UW Library American Indians Of The Pacific Northwest Collection.

c 1902-1904 Sally Waukuaquas, Klickitat. Taken near Portland, Oregon by photographer Lily E. White (American, 1865-1944). Native American, Indian Oregon and Washington

c Sally Waukuaquas, Klickitat. Taken near Portland, Oregon by photographer Lily E. White (American, Native American, Indian Oregon and Washington

For over 200 years, the Makah people of the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State maintained an original potato left by Spanish explorers in 1791. That potato is now known to have come directly from the high Andes, making it one of the only true original potatoes in America. All other potatoes are decended for hybrid potatoes developed in Europe or America.     The Herbfarm celebrates the potato once a year in a Menu for the Uber Tuber in November at the restaurant in Woodinville…

For over 200 years, the Makah people of the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State maintained an original potato left by Spanish explorers in That potat.

Clara Irving at Neah Bay, Washington - Makah - 1954

Clara Irving at Neah Bay, Washington - Makah - 1954

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