From Edward Curtis’ Field Notes:
“The Nootka tribes, composing one branch of the great Wakashan linguistic stock, of which the Kwakiutl are the other, inhabit the west coast of Vancouver island from Cape Cook to Port San Juan, and, in the United States, the territory about Cape Flattery from Hoko creek to Flattery rocks.” – Edward S. Curtis
Volume 11, The Nootka. The Haida, 1916. Plate facing page 72.