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date: 22 October 2019

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This chapter discusses joint archaeological projects with Native American communities across the Pacific Northwest Coast. These include the massive excavation of mudslide-encased plank houses at Ozette by the Makah Tribal Nation and Washington State University, which initiated a broad-regional exploration of wet sites through the 1970s and early 1980s; wetland site excavations on the Oregon Coast, which were often initiated and co-managed by the Coquille and Siletz Tribes; and in British Columbia, Canada, where the Katzie First Nation set up their own archaeological contracting company to conduct their wetland research involving a massive wet site.

Keywords: wetland archaeology, Pacific Northwest, archaeological projects, Native Americans

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