List of Indian reservations in Washington

This is a list of Indian reservations in the U.S. state of Washington.[1]

Federally recognized

Name of Reservation Date Reservation Established Area of Reservation (acres) Location of Reservation
Confederated Tribes of the Chehalis Reservation 1860 4,225 southeastern Grays Harbor County and southwestern Thurston County
Colville Indian Reservation 1872 1,400,000[2] primarily southeastern section of Okanogan County and the southern half of Ferry County
Cowlitz Cowlitz County near Longview, Washington
Hoh Indian Reservation 1893[3] 477 the Pacific Coast of Jefferson County
Jamestown S'Klallam Indian Reservation near Sequim Bay, in extreme eastern Clallam County
Kalispel Indian Reservation the town of Cusick, in Pend Oreille County
Lower Elwha Indian Reservation the mouth of the Elwha River, in Clallam County
Lummi Indian Reservation 1855 13,600 west of Bellingham, in western Whatcom County
Makah Indian Reservation 1855 30,010 on Cape Flattery in Clallam County
Muckleshoot Indian Reservation 1874[3] 3,533 southeast of Auburn in King County.
Nisqually Indian Reservation 1854 5,000 (approx.)[4] western Pierce County and eastern Thurston County
Nooksack Indian Reservation town of Deming, Washington in western Whatcom County
Port Gamble Indian Reservation Port Gamble Bay in Clallam County
Port Madison Reservation (Suquamish Indian Reservation) western and northern shores of Port Madison, northern Kitsap County
Puyallup Indian Reservation 1854–1856[3] 18,062 primarily northern Pierce County
Quileute Indian Reservation southwestern portion of the Olympic Peninsula in Clallam County
Quinault Indian Reservation 1856 208,150 primarily the north coast of Grays Harbor County
Samish Indian Reservation Anacortes, pending outcome of legal claims
Sauk-Suiattle Indian Reservation
Shoalwater Bay Indian Reservation
Skokomish Indian Reservation
Snoqualmie Indian Reservation
Spokane Indian Reservation 1881 133,344
Squaxin Island Indian Reservation 1854 1,418 (Squaxin Island) / 1,715 (total)
Stillaguamish Indian Reservation
Swinomish Indian Reservation
Tulalip Indian Reservation 1855 24,300
Upper Skagit Indian Reservation
Yakama Indian Reservation 1890s–1914 1,118,149

See also

References

  1. ^ Tribal information, Governors Office of Indian Affairs, retrieved 2010-03-06 
  2. ^ Tourism information, Colville Tribes, retrieved 2010-03-06 
  3. ^ a b c Hoh Tribe, Governor's office of Indian Affairs, retrieved 2011-10-10 
  4. ^ Our History, Nisqually Tribe 
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