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Virginia Butler, Anthropology faculty, organized a session “Preliminary Results from the Tse-whit-zen Project: Zooarchaeology and Geoarchaeology of a 2000 Year Old Lower Elwha Klallam Village on the Strait of Juan de Fuca, Washington State” at the Northw
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Posted: May 13, 2013

Virginia Butler, Anthropology faculty, organized a session “Preliminary Results from the Tse-whit-zen Project:  Zooarchaeology and Geoarchaeology of a 2000 Year Old Lower Elwha Klallam Village on the Strait of Juan de Fuca, Washington State” at the Northwest Anthropological Conference, March 28-30, held in Portland. Presenters included Lower Elwha Klallam Tribal members, project collaborators and students from University of Rhode Island, Western Washington University and Portland State. Student Katie Wojcik and Butler presented their results on the ancient fishery of the northern Olympic Peninsula as seen from archaeology.