Paul Gottlieb/Peninsula Daily News

Paul Gottlieb/Peninsula Daily News

PHOTOS: Makah Days festival celebrates ancient culture

Above, Monty McAlpin prepares sockeye salmon fillets from among 400 fish that were caught for the Makah Days salmon bake Saturday.

The three-day Makah Days celebration in Neah Bay commemorates thousands of years of the Makah ancient culture and the anniversary of tribal members becoming citizens of the United States.

Below, Makah Days Queen Faye Martinez rides in the parade in Neah Bay during the celebration.

Lonnie Archibald/for Peninsula Daily News

Lonnie Archibald/for Peninsula Daily News

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