Cowlitz Indians were located on most of the lower and all the middle course of Cowlitz River. Later they were divided between Chehalis and Puyallup Reservations in Washington State.
Copalis Indians are located on the Copalis River and the Pacific Coast between the mouth of Joe Creek and Grays Harbor.
Colville Indians are located on Colville River and that part of the Columbia between Kettle Falls and Hunters.
Clallam Indians were located on the south side of the Strait of Juan de Fuca, between Port Discovery and Hoko River. Later the Clallam occupied the Chimakum territory also and a small number lived on the lower end of Vancouver Island.
Chimakum Indians were located on the peninsula between Hood’s Canal and Port Townsend, they were often referred to as the Port Townsend Indians.
Chelan Indians were located at the outlet of Lake Chelan in what is now Washington State.
Chehalis Indians are located on the lower course of Chehalis River, especially on the south side, and on the south side of Grays Bay. In later times the Chehalis occupied territory to and about Willapa Bay that had formerly been held by the Chinook.
Kalispel Indians. On Pend Oreille River and Lake, Priest Lake, and the lower course of Clark’s Fork. They were said to have extended east-ward to Thompson Lake and Horse Plains and to have hunted over some of the Salmon River country, Canada, and were formerly said to have extended to Flathead Lake and Missoula.