Interpretive site development to date

 

The Completed Four Kiosks

 

 

Completed plank house entrance composed of split redwood planks. 05/15/16. Photo by Lynda Timeus

 

       

 

Crowd attends Plank Splitting Demo at the Port of Brookings-Harbor  

on February 22, 2014. Photo by Bill Schlichting of Curry Coastal Pilot


 

Plank splitting demonstration at the Port of Brookings-Harbor on 02/22/2014. 

Skip Lowry splitting redwood planks for kiosk construction.  Photo by Ed Gross

 

 

Maggie Zwiers greeting visitors at the plank splitting demonstrationPhoto by Ed Gross

 

 

 

Article and photo by Bill Schlichting in the Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2014 Curry Coastal Pilot

 

 

Karen Crump and Leona Curtis scraping redwood planks to be used in the construction of the Chetco Indian Memorial interpretive site.  Photo by Ed Gross

 

 

Larry Watson & Milo Mann helped with the clean up after plank splitting demonstration.  Photo by Ed Gross



In August 2012, Woudstra Concrete Finisher installed 40-foot diameter concrete slab with decorative inset.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Future site of the Chetco Indian Memorial at the Port of Brookings-Harbor. Siletz Tribal members and Chetco descendants pose from left to right: Tammie Bony, Lynda Timeus, Karen Crump, Milo Mann, Marilyn Gildersleeve, and Maggie Zwiers.