Quinault Cultural Center and Museum
|Location||807 5th Avenue, Taholah, Washington|
|Collections||Baskets, carvings, tribal library, and photographic archive|
|Owner||Quinault Indian Nation|
The Quinault Cultural Center and Museum is a museum of culture in Taholah, Washington, owned and funded by the Quinault Indian Nation. It contains artifacts, arts, and crafts of the Quinault, housed in a converted retail building.:735:54 Some of the art forms have been influenced by Polynesian cultural motifs, brought home by World War II veterans.
The museum received a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services in 2012 to conduct research, publish a guidebook, and create a mobile museum exhibit on the tribe's ethnobotanical heritage.
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