The Squaxin Island MLRC’s Hall of the Seven Inlets is an enormous and visually breath-taking panoramic look at Squaxin Island history and culture
The Hall of the Seven Inlets consists of seven gigantic wall panels, each depicting a specific inlet watershed of South Puget Sound with a tribal legend, photographs, art and tons of information linked to that area.
For example, the Henderson Inlet watershed (closest to the rising sun) tells the story of the great flood according to Tribal elder Jim Krise. You are also introduced to the Squaxin Island people through a collage of photographs, both historical and contemporary.
The graphics on each panel were designed by Squaxin Island Tribal member Jeremiah George.
This is a piece of Washington history that no visitor would want to miss.