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Cleanup at Tuluwat 

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Scenes from the cleanup and restoration at Tuluwat, a former Wiyot village site where settlers operated a dry dock boat repair shop for 120 years and where archeologists and others ravaged Wiyot gravesites for artifacts. One building remains, a large metal shed that’s been painted to resemble a redwood dance house. A real dance house may replace it in the future.
Photo courtesy of the Wiyot Tribe
1/19/2002, Boatyard
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