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Kalapuya tribes remembered, honored in Washington County Museum's mobile exhibit
The Atfalati band of the Kalapuya Indians, who settled in the basin of the Tualatin Valley some 10,000 years ago, were the first peoples to call Washington County home.
Helvetia Culture Fest celebrates Swiss and Native American music, dance, food
Helvetia's first people were the Tualatins (also known as the Atfalati), now under the auspices of The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde. Farming families from Switzerland and Germany immigrated to the area in the 1870s, naming it Helvetia (Latin for ...
Learn the history of the once 'most polluted river in the state' from Tualatin
He studied the culture of the native Atfalati people who lived in the Tualatin area before European Americans began arriving in the 1800s. He discovered a small sternwheeler that navigated the river in the early 1900s.
Steel sculpture by Joseph Rastovich chronicles 100-year history of Tualatin
"Lazy River" is made of structural steel plate finished with industrial paint. On the sculpture are 32 icons representing the last 100 years in Tualatin's history.
Public art work uses artifacts to celebrate history of Tualatin
Details include images of the mastodon and the Missoula floods, the native Atfalati people, the Oregon territorial survey, onion fields, farming and Tualatin Commons Park.

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