Yakima Indians were located on the lower course of Yakima River in Washington State.
Wishram Indians were located on the north side of Columbia River in Klickitat County, Washington.
Twana Indians were located on both sides of Hoods Canal. Later they were placed on Skokomish Reservation in Washington state.
Wanapam Indians were located in the bend of Columbia River between Priest Rapids and a point some distance below the mouth of Umatilla River, and extending east of the Columbia north of Pasco in the present state of Washington.
Wallawalla Indians were located on the lower Wallawalla River, except perhaps for an area around Whitman occupied by Cayuse, and a short span along the Columbia and Snake Rivers near their junction, in Washington and Oregon. They are now on Umatilla Reservation, Oregon.
Swinomish Indians were located on the northern part of Whidbey Island and about the mouth of Skagit River in the present state of Washington.
Swallah Indians were located on Orcas Island and San Juan Island in the present state of Washington, and the group to which they belong.
Suquamish Indians were located on the west side of Puget Sound, according to Paige (1857) claiming the territory from Applegate Cove to Gig Harbor in the present state of Washington.
Squaxon Indians were located on North Bay, Puget Sound, Washington.