Frequently Asked Questions
Constitution and Council
The Stillaguamish Tribe's constitution, approved by the Stillaguamish Tribal Council on January 31, 1953, provides for the administrative responsibilities of Tribal government to be handled by the popularly elected six-member Tribal Council. The Tribal Council is composed of a Chairman, a Vice Chairman, a Secretary, a Treasurer, and two Members.
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The name Stoluck-wa-mish or Stillaguamish, has been used since 1850 to refer to our people who lived along the Stillaguamish River and camped along its tributaries. Our ancestors were a party to the Treaty of Point Elliott of 1855, under the spelling Stoluck-wa-mish.