This article considers the historical context, cultural processes, and contemporary meanings of the Makah Cultural and Research Center(mcrc). While fostering cultural tourism, this museum/cultural center's “self-portrait” mediates popular stereotypes. Themcrc has emerged as a significant space for cross-cultural encounters where material culture is a central element in the Makah self-representational project.
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American Society for Ethnohistory