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Today there is an opportunity to document the homestead era of the Queets and the history of the expansion of Olympic National Park, as well as the importance of this place to the descendants of the homesteaders and the indigenous Queets and Quinault people. The park's historic connections represent their heritage. This research extensively examines an array of sources to document the history of the Queets River valley, including important family accounts and Olympic National Park administrative records. This information can further our understanding and evaluation of areas as cultural places or heritage resources, even as it presents the human story of the Queets River valley near the sea. Wray J. 2014. River near the Sea: An Ethnohistory of the Queets River Valley. Olympic National Park. Port Angeles, WA
Sequim Museum & Arts is Sequim's cultural history and art museum. The ALL VOLUNTEER non-profit organization owns and operates three Sequim-facilities—the Historic Dungeness Schoolhouse, ( 2781 Towne Rd ) Museum & Arts Exhibit Center, ( 175 W Cedar St ) and the Sequim Museum & Arts Administration Center 544 N Sequim Ave.
A free online archive of many records of genealogical significance from all over the State of Washington.
Check out our Genealogy Research Links page for Washington State genealogy web sites
Public library system serving all of Clallam County. The main library and administration building is in Port Angeles, with branches in Sequim, Forks and Clallam Bay.