Steilacoom is a town in Pierce County, Washington, United States. The
population was 5,985 at ... According to the Legacy Washington program, the
town's name is derived from an Indian word meani...
There were approximately 600 Steilacoom Indians living in five bands within the
... Advised by the Indian Office in Washington, DC not to place reservations in ...
from a group known as the Steilacoom Tribe of Indians (STI), located in the town
of ... who settled in Washington and Oregon between 1844 and 1855.
The Steilacoom Indians are a small Salishan tribe of Washington State, relatives
of the Nisqually Indians. They have also been known as the Stillacum, Shilacum
Note: Washington State does not have state-recognized tribes, as some states do
. The following ... Marietta Band of Nooksack Indians ... Steilacoom Indian Tribe.
A History of the Steilacoom area. Steilacoom's history is as long as that of the
Washington Territory. The town's name is derived from an Indian word meaning ...
Steilacoom Indian settlements persisted here long after the Medicine Creek
Treaty put most Western Washington tribes on reservations. The Name "
City of Lakewood History: The Lakewood, Washington Story - Gateway to the ...
Steilacoom and Nisqually Indians used the Prairie as a ready source of food and
Feb 22, 2015 ... The Indian War was not confined to the area around Fort Steilacoom but ... The
Washington Territory received the 640-acre fort and farm, this ...
We work with a number of stakeholders, including Indian Tribes of the Pacific
Northwest. As the Washington State Museum of Natural History and Culture, we
honor the ... Museum/Cultural Center: Steilacoom Cultural Center and Museum.