Working with financial support from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, the University of Washington and a host of local institutions in Washington’s Olympic Peninsula created this web-based museum. Designed to include primary documents and other visual materials from the area’s rich cultural traditions, the site contains a number of online exhibits and educational resources. Through interpretive essays, photographs and maps these online exhibits detail the culture of the Makah Indians, logging, and even a few tragic events, such as the Great Forks Fire of 1951. After looking over one or more of these fine exhibits, visitors may wish to perform a detailed keyword search via their search page, or they can also browse by contributor. And for those who may also be seeking similar funding for a likeminded project, they have placed a great deal of information about their project online, including some of their grant proposal documents.