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New art displays unveiled at Mukilteo ferry terminal passenger building | News Brief


Last updated 8/25/2021 at 1:57pm

Photo courtesy of Washington State Ferries

Hibulb Cultural Center Museum assistant Courtnie Reyes and senior curator Emilie Miller stand by a display containing fishing artifacts from the Tulalip Tribes.

If you happen to be in the Mukilteo ferry terminal, be sure and check out the two new displays of tribal arts in the passenger building.

In addition to the full size canoe hanging above you, the two new displays showcase tribal fishing artifacts from the early 1900s and models of cedar canoes the tribes used o fish the waters there.

Curators from the Tulalip Tribes' Hibulb Cultural Center in Marysville will maintain the display, periodically rotating its contents. Plans for a future exhibit include artifacts from tribal members who worked for the ferry system for decades to show the his...

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