The Old Quincy Street Ferry Dock, the site where Chetzemoka’s longhouse was located, is part of the Chetzemoka Interpretative Trail to be completed next summer. Fifteen sites around Port Townsend have been chosen to have tribal significance. (Jeannie McMacken/Peninsula Daily News)

The Old Quincy Street Ferry Dock, the site where Chetzemoka’s longhouse was located, is part of the Chetzemoka Interpretative Trail to be completed next summer. Fifteen sites around Port Townsend have been chosen to have tribal significance. (Jeannie McMacken/Peninsula Daily News)

Fundraising to begin in fall for Chetzemoka Interpretative Trail

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