Twana Indians were located on both sides of Hoods Canal. Later they were placed on Skokomish Reservation in Washington state.
Tulalip Indians. One of three divisions of the Twana, a Salish tribe on the west side of Hood canal, Washington. This branch according to Eells, lives on a small stream, near the head of the canal, called Dulaylip. The name has also been given to a reservation on the west side of Puget Sound.
Twana Indians. A Salish division living along both sides of Hoods canal, west Washington. The name is said to signify ‘a portage,’ the portage referred to being that between the head of Hoods canal and the headwaters of Puget Sound. According to Eells there are three bands, the Colcine, Skokomish and Tulalip. From the name
Many tribes have sub-tribes, bands, gens, clans and phratry. Often very little information is known or they no longer exist. We have included them here to provide more information about the tribes. Colcene. One of the 3 bands into which the Twana of N. w. Washington are divided.