Among the Salish, the totem is frequently represented upon the interior walls of the house.
These houses are sometimes 40 by 100 feet in the Nootka and Salish regions, and are occupied by a number of families.
Most of the Salish in the United States are on reservations.
Among the Salish the day is divided according to the position of the sun into nine parts.
The tribe called Flatheads, or Salish, who reside near the sources of the Oregon, have long since abolished this custom.
In physical appearance they are contrasted by Simpson with the Salish Ponderays.
Further south are the Salish tribes, who have evolved something like the modern family, reckoning on both sides of the house.
He further states that floral designs are found among the Salish tribes but to a much less extent.
The Tushepaw nation might as correctly be included in the Salish family or omitted altogether.
self-designation of the Native American people of Montana also known as Flathead, from a term containing -ish "people." The language group that includes their tongue has been called Salishan.