The Ozette Indians were a small tribe of Washington
state, relatives of the Makah and speakers.
of the Makah language. Some people
consider the Ozette to have been a Makah band, while others consider them to have been a related but
They used to maintain their own reservation separate from the Makah Nation, but gradually the remaining
Ozette people merged back into the Makah tribe and the Ozette
reservation was abandoned. Most Ozette descendants still live among the Makahs today.