Makah women washing clothes in a creek at Neah Bay
- McCurdy, James G., 1872-1942
Image information taken from the North Olympic Library System's Kellogg Master Index, including the following notes:This fresh water creek, flowing into the Strait of Juan de Fuca at Neah Bay, served as a primitive self-service laundry for Makah Indian women.Used in the book, 'Indian Days at Neah Bay.'.
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