Quileute Tribe History

Many people may find it difficult to give justice in uttering the word Quileute.  The right way of saying it is ˈkwɪlijuːt.  Still, many may possibly misunderstood the way of life of the Quileute Tribe History.   That is why, in this age where the internet is a friend when it comes to researching topics, it is a big help to provide articles that aims to correct the perception of people. The history of the Quileute Tribe throbs in rich culture … [Read more...]

Quileute Indian Reservation

The serenity and pristine beauty offered by sparkling beaches never fail to mesmerize any traveler who has the knack for sea voyage and adventure. Lush rainforests are another exciting treat. Combine these two in a beautiful package and you get a haven that everybody thinks is fictional. But such place really does exist. Any traveler would love to see the beauty of Quileute Indian Reservation. This nature’s paradise is located in Clallam … [Read more...]

Quileute Tribe

La Push, Washington People and Places Location La Push, the location of the Quileute Tribe’s reservation, is in Washington State’s Clallam County, on the Olympic Peninsula. The residential district is around 153 miles northwesterly from Seattle. It's located at 47°54’32”N and 124°38’07”W. The Quileute Reservation covers about one square mile of land (594 acres). Demographic Profile According to the 2000 U.S. Census, La Push has a … [Read more...]

Quillayute Native American Tribe

The Quillayute are a Native American tribe located  in western Washington in the United States of America, presently totaling about 750. The Quileute tribe colonized onto the Quileute Indian Reservation situated near the south-west corner of Clallam County, Washington at the mouth of the Quillayute River on the Pacific seacoast. The reservation's primary population center is the residential area of La Push, Washington. Similar to many … [Read more...]

Quileute Tribal Council

The Quileute, also known as Quillayute, is a Amerindian people in westerly Washington state in the United States, presently numbering around 750. The Quileute people settled onto the Quileute Indian Reservation after signing the Treaty of Quinault River of 1855, later reauthorized as the Treaty of Olympia in 1856. It's located near the southwesterly corner of Clallam County, Washington at the mouth of the Quillayute River on the Pacific coast. … [Read more...]

Quileute Tribe Notoriety

Quileute Tribe The Quileute Tribe, also known as Quillayute, is a Native American people settled on a reservation at La Push Washington State in the United States. The tribe has received national exposure being featured in Stephenie Meyer's Twilight Saga. Whereas, the members of the Quileute tribe are capable of shape shifting into wolves, and regard themselves as werewolves. They're the pledged enemies of “The Cold Ones” whom live as … [Read more...]