Now showing in the Wally Kippola Library at KCHS Museum.
100 Years of Photographs:
Selections from the Suquamish Tribal Archives.
This exhibit Opened: Friday, October 4, 2013
Closing: Mid-January, 2014
Funding for Touring Management is provided in part by the Washington State Arts Commission Exhibit Touring Services, Eastern Washington University.
This exhibit is funded by the Kitsap Community Foundation, and will be augmented with photographs and artifacts from the Kitsap County Historical Society Museum.
For more information contact the Kitsap County Historical Society and Museum 360-479-6226.
Get the New Green Version of the Book!
This Third Edition of Kitsap County is the most complete and comprehensive history of Kitsap county. First compiled in 1977, this reprinted edition has quality photographs and in-depth information that will delight “history buffs” as well as historians. Beginning with an overview of Kitsap County, the book is divided into four major geographical areas: North, Central, and South Kitsap County, Bremerton & Naval Shipyard, and Bainbridge Island.
Based on oral histories, personal accounts, archival records, photographic collections, official documents, newspaper and journal articles, this book is a wealth of information. Maps and timelines are also included. Appendices at the back provide additional useful information on Mosquito Fleet Routes, Kitsap Location Names, Kitsap Lakes, Logging Terms, and a list of Naval, Seamanship and Fishing terms.
Copies of this beautifully bound book are available for $75 at the Kitsap History Museum beginning Friday, November 30, 2012. Or fill out this form and send it to us with payment for a copy to be mailed to you.
Still showing is our popular exhibit in the Mezzanine Gallery:
Arts & Crafts: Homemade in Kitsap
This fascinating exhibit features handmade and homemade items from local Kitsapers, including Margaret Bergman's innovative weaving loom, ship models by Port Gamble native Edgar Jameson, fiddles built by Alexander McNair, and a "crazy quilt" by Margaret Kemp of Tracyton. Visit us to explore Arts and Crafts of Kitsap, from Native and pioneer resourcefulness to the modern DIY movement.