• Engineering
  • Published 2004

Tse-whit-zen: Burials at the Port Angeles Site Now Number in the Hundreds

@inproceedings{Fawcett2004TsewhitzenBA,
  title={Tse-whit-zen: Burials at the Port Angeles Site Now Number in the Hundreds},
  author={Heather Fawcett},
  year={2004}
}
Archaeologists are calling it the most significant site the Western Washington region has seen since Ozette. Excavations continue on a burial site of the Elwha tribe in Port Angeles, Washington, located across the strait from Victoria, where archaeologists have recently made startling discoveries. As of July, over 150 complete skeletons and 200 partial remains had been unearthed, along with numerous artifacts, a longhouse and at least two other cedar structures. The findings present evidence… CONTINUE READING