Exploration of S’Klallam history on tap in Zoom presentation

PORT ANGELES — David Brownell will use ethnographic and research materials to “reconstruct” the Sequim-Dungeness Valley landscape on Thursday.

The presentation, which will be on Zoom from 4 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., also will provide information on how the Jamestown S’Klallam ancestors thrived for millennia in the valley.

Join the Zoom meeting by going to www.tinyurl.com/jstethnography. The meeting ID is 839 5054 8291 and the passcode is 231216.

Brownell, executive director of the North Olympic History Center, presents “Ethnography and Ethnobotany of the Sequim-Dungeness Valley,” an event hosted by the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribal Library in collaboration with the North Olympic History Center.

Brownell’s presentation looks into the S’Klallam people’s deep and ancient connection with the plants and animals of the Olympic Peninsula.

For more information, call 360-681-4632, email to [email protected] tribe.org or go to www.library.jamestowntribe.org/home/ProgramsEvents.

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