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Map (4).  Showing approximately some of the chief trade routes and trading places &c of the Plateau tribes.
Map.  No. 1.  Western States.
Map (3) showing present or late and also former distributions of northern tribes.
Map No. (2) showing approximate positions and boundaries of tribes circa 1840-50 (or before any of the tribes went on reserves).
Map (5).  Distribution of tribes according to earliest traditions (so far as collected up to date).
Map (1). Montana. 1650 to 1850.
Map (4) Eastern Washington--Approximate Boundaries Interior Salish tribes about 1825 to 1855.
Map showing as near as possible Location of the Shuswap Tribe and Divisions, with approximate Boundaries of neighboring Tribes.
Coeur d'Alene and Spokane vocabulary
[Map of Oregon coastal tribal territories.]
Map (3) showing northern boundaries of the Kalispels, & territories of the Lakes & the Kootenays, and positions of other Interior Tribes
Map (2) showing territory of the Coeur d’Alene, and parts of territories of surrounding tribes.
Map showing approximate older boundaries of the Kootenay tribes, and approximate territories of adjoining Salish and other tribe
Map (8) Earliest traditional homes of tribes in Oregon.
Western Washington Map (7). Distribution of Tribes (& Languages) about 1850 or slightly earlier.
Map (6) Washington.  Distribution of tribes (languages).  1797.
Teit, James A.: From Boas. 1906 June 13