Quileute Indians were located on Quilayute River, on the west coast of Washington. They are now on the Quileutc and Makah Reservations.
Queets Indians were located on Queets River and its branches in Washington state.
Puyallup Indians were located at the mouth of Puyallup River and the neighboring coast, including Carr Inlet and the southern part of Vashon Island in the state of Washington.
Nooksack Indians were located along the Nooksack River in Whatcom County, Washington and Canada.
Nisqually Indians were located on Nisqually River above its mouth and on the middle and upper courses of Puyallup River.
Muckleshoot Indians were located on White River, their territory extending from Kent eastward to the mountains, but it seems also to have included Green River.
Methow Indians were located on Methow River. A detached band called Chilowhist wintered on the Okanogan River between Sand Point and Malott.
Makah Indians were located about Cape Flattery, claiming the coast east as far as Hoko River and south to Flattery Rocks, besides Tatoosh Island. Later they were confined to the Makah Reservation.
Lummi Indians were located on the upper part of Bellingham Bay and about the mouth of Nooksack River. Formerly the Lummi are said to have resorted at times to a group of islands east of Vancouver Island. They were finally placed on Lummi Reservation.
Kwalhioqua Indians were located on the upper course of Willopah River, and the southern and western headwaters of the Chehalis. Gibbs (1877) extends their territory eastward of the Cascades, but Boas (1892) doubts the correctness of this.