Duwamish may refer to:

  • Duwamish tribe, a Native American tribe in Washington state
  • Duwamish River, in Washington state
  • Duwamish (fireboat)

Other articles related to "duwamish":

Central Waterfront, Seattle - History - Early Native Villages
... The Duwamish had a winter village of approximately 8 longhouses roughly at the intersection of First Avenue South and Yesler Way ... Djicjila'letc ("little crossing-over place") is still used by the Duwamish today ... foot of Bell Street, was a ravine with another Duwamish encampment, Ba'qbaqwab ("little prairies") ...
Duwamish Head
... Duwamish Head is the northernmost point in West Seattle, Washington, jutting into Elliott Bay ... The Duwamish called it "Low Point" or "Base of the Point" (Lushootseed sgWudaqs) ...
Duwamish Number 1 Site
... The Duwamish Number 1 Site, also known as 45KI23, is an archaeological site on the Duwamish River in Seattle, Washington discovered by David Munsell, an archaeologist employed by the U ...
History Of The Duwamish Tribe
... there are horse clams"—at the then-mouth of the Duwamish River in what is now the Industrial District ... People of the Inside") and Xacuabš ("People of the Large Lake")—ancestors of today's Duwamish Tribe—occupied at least 17 villages in the mid-1850s and lived in some 93 permanent ... was right upon and between prominent villages on Elliott Bay and villages on the Duwamish River estuary ...