Dzoonokwa mask made by Bill Holm. Dzoonokwa is a forest giant revealed in Native stories from Vancouver Island.

White River Valley Museum 
Now through 12/16/2018

This exhibit shines light on the origins of Sasquatch as understood through regional Native American traditions. Long a subject of popular culture, cryptozoology and lore, people have been fascinated with the possible presence of mysterious humanoid beings that live deep in the Pacific Northwest forests. The exhibit content draws from the words of Native people interviewed by pioneering anthropologists, ca 1880-1950, and includes art, artifacts, maps and spoken quotes.

This exhibit is sponsored by 4Culture, the Hugh and Jane Ferguson Foundation and the Tulalip Tribe. The White River Valley Museum is located at 918 H Street SE in Auburn. For open hours and admission information, visit