Olympic Peninsula history class

Classes on Olympic Peninsula history hosted by the Sequim Museum and Arts Center through Peninsula College are at the historical Dungeness Schoolhouse at Sequim-Dungeness Way and Towne Road.

The classes are from 10 a.m.-noon on eight Fridays beginning Jan. 8.

The scheduled topics are:

_ Jan. 8 - "Sequim Yesterday," Doug McInnes

_ Jan. 15 - "Olympic Peninsula's Nine Tribes - Their History of Trade, Religion, Warfare and Kinship," members of the Olympic Peninsula Intertribal Cultural Advisory Committee

_ Jan. 22 - "Barns & Farms - Then and Now," Catherine Bennett and Bob Clark

_ Jan. 29 - "History of Railroads in Clallam County," Steve Hauff

_ Feb. 5 - "The Manis Mastodon - Archeological Site," Clare Manis Hatler. This class meets at the Museum Exhibit Building, 175 W. Cedar St., Sequim

_ Feb. 12 - "The Life of Lloyd Beebe and How Olympic Game Farm Came to Be," Alice and Robert Beebe

_ Feb. 19 - "Triangle of Defense - Fort Casey, Fort Worden and Fort Flagler," Terry Buchanan

_ Feb. 26 - "Pioneers Recollecting Their Early School Days," Bob Clark, Mary Hermann, Margaret Lotzgesell, Ed Maybee and Esther Nelson.

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