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Totem Bight State Historical Park

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This park used to be a camping ground for the indigenous people and was known as Mud Village. As non-natives settled in and natives were forced out, they left behind the remnants of their culture such as the cedar totem poles. As we've become more concerned with losing history and heritage, the National Park Service started a campaign to restore and to preserve these artifacts. Along with the totem poles, a clan house structure still stands. The best time to go is in the summer when the surrounding area is green with life, flowers bloom, and berries are ripe for picking.

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