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During our first night in Olympic National Park we became friends with William of the Makah tribe, which has been around for more than 300 years in the Pacific Northwest. William took his time to share with us the history of his family at the park and how the people of the cape have helped preserve the richness and beauty of this amazingly enchanting park.
According to the Makah website, the Makahs were highly skilled mariners, using sophisticated navigational and maritime skills, they were able to travel the rough waters of the Pacific Ocean and the swift waters of the strait of Juan de Fuca with relative ease. 
Read more about this story via American Latino Heritage Fund blog.

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