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BAINBRIDGE ISLAND JAPANESE AMERICAN EXCLUSION MEMORIAL
SAINT PAUL'S CHURCH
HOUSE OF AWAKENED CULTURE
A National Historic Site honoring the first Japanese Americans forcibly removed to concentration camps in WWII.
Location: 4192 Eagle Harbor DriveBainbridge Island, WA 98110
St. Paul’s Church sits on a sloping grass bluff overlooking the waters of Port Gamble Bay.
The church, built in 1879, is modeled after a church in the Maine hometown of Port Gamble’s founders. The meticulously restored church boasts 8 cathedral stained glass windows, original pews and a domed altar area.
One of the most photographed buildings in the area, the picturesque church steeple houses the original church bell.
Location: 31899 State Highway 104 NE, Port Gamble, WA 98364
For the Salish Tribes of the Puget Sound, a single large building served as the center of the community, a place for community living and major events. The home of the Suquamish, Old Man House, was over 600 feet long and stood in what is now Old Man House Park. The House served our people for generations before being burned down by the government in 1870 following the death of our leader, Chief Seattle.
At the center of our cultural resurgence is the new Suquamish Community House, sgwәdzadad qәł ?altxw (The House of Awakened Culture), modeled after its historic predecessor.
Location: 7235 NE Pkwy, Suquamish, WA 98392
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