The point of this native spear head is big enough that it was likely used to hunt large land mammals like deer or elk in the Seattle area. This spear point was found near the Burke-Gilman trail on the University of Washington campus. Burke Museum Collections. Seattle's History In 25 Objects | KUOW News and Information
This 600-year-old woven sleeping mat was collected by archaeologists in 1975 during construction in the Skagit Valley. Objects form a record of the life before us. Caring for these objects in our collections ensures that they are available as a resource for future questions that haven’t even been asked.