Sauk-Suiattle Indian Tribe


   Our Museum & Cultural Center's primary collection is comprised of source material obtained from the Davis Family of Cashmere WA, who gathered a good representation of Pacific Northwest, Columbia valley, American Southwest basketry, beadwork,lithics, carvings, pottery.

 Throughout her years of collecting these artifacts, Amanda Davis wrote down the names of artists and artisans, the year of acquisition, and a brief description.

 We continue to work with our own and other specialists to further identify the material content and resources used to create these objects.

 Come join us in a dedication of service - in honor of the creators, collectors, and the Sauk-Suiattle’s commitment to preserving cultural knowledge and history associated with the Salish Sea, the Cascades, and our collection - as we continue to add to it.

Our exhibits and workshops are open to all. They represent a way of thinking, a way of problem solving, a model for future learning.

Sauk-Suiattle Museum is open:

Monday through Friday, 9 AM to 4 PM,
with a mid-day break 12 - 1 PM.

Large group appointments scheduled by phone.

44211 State Route 530
Darrington, WA 98241
p (360)436 0333
f (360)436 1511


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