Beachcombers walk the shore along Hudson Beach, where a sign now commemorates how S’Klallam leader čičməhán saved a young S’Klallam boy’s life from an attempted hanging. The site pole is one of 18 stops on the čičməhán Trail. (Gregory Scruggs / Special to The Seattle Times)
Beachcombers walk the shore along Hudson Beach, where a sign now commemorates how S'Klallam leader čičməhán saved a young S'Klallam boy's life from an attempted hanging. (Gregory Scruggs / Special to The Seattle Times)
Outdoors

With this trail honoring a S’Klallam leader, Port Townsend works toward decolonizing its history

In an effort to "decolonize the map" and tell a fuller picture of Port Townsend's history, the city worked with tribal leaders to develop an interpretive trail that would tell the story of the S'Klallam people in Port Townsend.  VIEW

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