We acknowledge our presence on the traditional and contemporary homelands of the Chemakum, S’Klallam, Skokomish, and Snohomish peoples.

We will work with all local tribes to preserve and restore historical truths and ancestral wisdom for future generations.

May we learn from one another’s stories and foster strong relationships with all who share this land.

The čičməhán Trail
An educational walking and biking path dedicated to S’Klallam history located in Port Townsend.

The Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe (StətíɬəmNəxʷsƛ̕áy̕əm̕), based near Sequim.

The Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe (NəxʷqíytNəxʷsƛ̕áy̕əm̕):

The Skokomish Indian Tribe
Includes the Twana Language Project.

The Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe
(ʔéʔɬx̣ʷaʔNəxʷsƛ̕áy̕əm̕), near Port Angeles.

The Snohomish Tribe of Indians
Puget Sound, north of Seattle and south of Whidbey Island in what is now Edmonds.

Snohomish in Chemakum

The Quileute Nation
Pacific coastline, near La Push, and the Hoh Tribe (Chalá·at), near Forks. (The Quileute and Hoh are related to the Chemakum, who sought shelter in S’Klallam territory after a massive flood.

Coast Salish Country
Dedicated to Coast Salish landscapes, archaeology, and oral histories of the Olympic Peninsula.