The name "Makah", which was given by neighboring tribes, means "Generous with food". The prehistoric Makah Nation had a population of about 4000 people and was composed of five villages. The five villages occupied the shore of the Pacific Ocean and the Strait of Juan de Fuca. The natural resources were abundant with plants and animals. The Makah adapted themselves to their environment, using practically everything they took from the land and sea.
The five villages had massive longhouses, made of large, cedar planks, which housed the Makah and extended families. …
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