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TRIBES AND THEIR TERRITORIES IN WASHINGTON STATE

Native tribes of Washington State – There are 29 American Indian Tribes that are federally recognized, or seeking federal recognition located on reservations throughout Washington state.  This Federal recognition was imposed on the affected tribes by the government, attempting to initiate the regulation and integration of the tribes under the auspices of the federal government.  Other tribal groups exist and have not been formally recognized by the government but have been trying to achieve recognition for potential federal assistance when necessary.”

A listing of the tribes:

Chehalis  chehalistribe.org

Chinook Nation https://www.chinooknation.org/

Colville  colvilletribes.com

Cowlitz  cowlitz.org

Hoh  hohtribe-nsn.org

Jamestown S’Klallam jamestowntribe.org

Kalispel  kalispeltribe.com

Lower Elwha Klallam  elwha.org

Lummi  lummi-nsn.gov

Makah  makah.com

Muckleshoot  muckleshoot.nsn.us

Nisqually  nisqually-nsn.gov

Nooksack  nooksacktribe.org

Port Gamble S’Klallam  pgst.nsn.us

Puyallup  puyallup-tribe.com

Quileute  quileutenation.org

Quinault  quinaultindiannation.com

Samish  samishtribe.nsn.us

Sauk-Suiattle  sauk-suiattle.com

Shoalwater Bay  shoalwaterbaynsn.gov

Skokomish  skokomish.org

Snoqualmie  snoqualmietribe.us

Spokane  spokanetribe.com

Squaxin Island  squaxinisland.org

Stillaguamish  stillaguamish.com

Suquamish  suquamish.nsn.com

Swinomish  swinomish.org

Tulalip  tulaliptribes-nsn.gov

Upper Skagit  nwifc.org/member-tribes/upper-skagit-tribe

Yakama  yakamanation-nsn.gov