Skagit Indians were located on Skagit and Stillaguamish Rivers except about their mouths in the present state of Washington.
Swinomish Indians. Said to be a subdivision of the Skagit, formerly on Whidbey Island, north west Washington, now under the Tulalip school superintendency. The Skagit and Swinomish together numbered 208 in 1909.
Skagit Indians. A body of Salish on a river of the same name in Washington, particularly about its mouth, and on the middle portion of Whidbey island, especially at Penn’s cove. According to Gibbs the population of the Skagit proper in 1853 was about 300. They are now on Swinomish Reservation, Washington. Gibbs makes this …