Chetzemoka Trail, Native Americans topic of Tuesday Talk series

PORT TOWNSEND — Celeste Dybeck and Lys Burden will present “The Chetzemoka Trail and History of Native Americans on the Qatay Peninsula,” from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.

The presentation is part of the Port Townsend Public Library’s Tuesday Talk series on Zoom.

The discussion will include a chronological history of Native Americans on the Olympic Peninsula, leading up to the arrival of white settlers and the events that took place after arrival. Afterward, a virtual field trip will take attendees along the Chetzemoka Trail in Port Townsend.

A link to the presentation is posted at www.ptpubliclibrary.org.

For more information, call Keith Darrock at 360-390-4061 or email [email protected].

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