The Steilacoom are an unrecognized Native American tribe located in Washington state in the United States. Traditionally situated in the area southwest of what ...
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 ...
May 22, 2011 ... ... area around Chambers Creek and the territory surrounding Fort Steilacoom, Washington. .... Grey Head, Leader of the Steilacoom Indians.
There were approximately 600 Steilacoom Indians living in five bands within the ... Medicine Creek Treaty put most Western Washington tribes on reservations.
Steilacoom Tribal Cultural Center and Museum, Steilacoom, WA. 585 likes · 1 talking about ... United States Bureau of Indian Affairs ... A lot of history in the Steilacoom Tribal Center, and it's well worth a visit if you're in Steilacoom. Tribal Chair ...
Jun 28, 2013 ... The five Steilacoom bands, located between Tacoma and the Nisqually Delta near Olympia, were heavily impacted by white settlement.
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 ...
prepared by Bitney for the proposed Western Washington Termination Act in 1953 described the treaty rights of the historical Steilacoom Indians and stated that.
Mar 31, 2011 ... And although settlers turned Steilacoom into Washington's first town in ... to hold onto our Steilacoom Indian heritage, to preserve and protect ...