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An Ethnohistory of the Queets
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Produced/published by Olympic National Park
Slash surrounds a turn-of-the-century homesteader's cabin on the Queets River, located two miles below the present Queets Ranger Station. (From the U.S. Department of the Interior, 1902, Dodwell-Rixon report, courtesy of Olympic National Park)
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