Classes on Olympic Peninsula history hosted by the Sequim Museum and Arts Center through Peninsula College are at the historical Dungeness Schoolhouse at Sequim-Dungeness Way and Towne Road.
The classes are from 10 a.m.-noon on eight Fridays beginning Jan. 8.
The scheduled topics are:
_ Jan. 8 - "Sequim Yesterday," Doug McInnes
_ Jan. 15 - "Olympic Peninsula's Nine Tribes - Their History of Trade, Religion, Warfare and Kinship," members of the Olympic Peninsula Intertribal Cultural Advisory Committee
_ Jan. 22 - "Barns & Farms - Then and Now," Catherine Bennett and Bob Clark
_ Jan. 29 - "History of Railroads in Clallam County," Steve Hauff
_ Feb. 5 - "The Manis Mastodon - Archeological Site," Clare Manis Hatler. This class meets at the Museum Exhibit Building, 175 W. Cedar St., Sequim
_ Feb. 12 - "The Life of Lloyd Beebe and How Olympic Game Farm Came to Be," Alice and Robert Beebe
_ Feb. 19 - "Triangle of Defense - Fort Casey, Fort Worden and Fort Flagler," Terry Buchanan
_ Feb. 26 - "Pioneers Recollecting Their Early School Days," Bob Clark, Mary Hermann, Margaret Lotzgesell, Ed Maybee and Esther Nelson.
The Sequim Gazette is located at 147 W. Washington Street in Sequim.
Business hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Phone 360-683-3311, or toll free at 800-829-5810. FAX 360-683-6670.
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