The Olympic Peninsula's West End covers 1,500 square miles that are geographically defined by the Olympic Mountains, Pacific Ocean, and Strait of Juan de Fuca. The West End is a remote, rural community of over 13,000 residents from diverse cultural backgrounds including Native American and Latino.
This virtual museum is organized as a series of exhibits, each representing a different aspect of the culture and history of the Olympic Peninsula region. A variety of different formats (text, photographs, video, and audio) have been used as appropriate for each specific exhibition.
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