Grave of Chinook Indian Chief Nahcati Oysterville Pacific County WA. Oysterville cemetery founded in 1858 on land donated by F.C. Davis, the old section of the cemetery contains the graves of many pioneer families. Near the entrance is the grave of Chief Nahcati who befriended R. H. Espy and showed him the oyster beds and for whom Nahcotta, a village 3 miles south of here, is named.
Learn how Polynesians ventured across the vastness of the Pacific guided only by their senses and their oral traditions. At the Never Lost website, follow a crew of experts in the Hawaiian community of outrigger canoers who are keeping Polynesian wayfinding techniques alive.
Children in front of a turtle a shark sign in Vaitogi. Tutuila, American Samoa,Part of gallery of black and white pictures of Oceania by professional photographer QT Luong, available as prints or for licensing.