The Makah Cultural and Research Center is 30 years old. The museum, one of the oldest tribal museums in the nation, celebrated its 30th year in operation with dancing, song and a gathering of the community Saturday. The museum, which is at state Highway 112 and Bay View Avenue just inside the Makah reservation at Neah Bay, opened June 6, 1979, and has operated continuously since then, said Meri Parker, Neah Bah Chamber of Commerce director.
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