Some genuine Quileute lore from the Quileute Nation's website:
Look at the words--Quileute Words and Phrases
Neither of these files is supposed to be complete or definitive. But what strikes me is how the contents bear no resemblance whatsoever to the historical names or legends in Stephenie Meyer's Twilight books.
Raven Tales includes a list of Quileute monsters. Among them are giants that someone could mistake for a Sasquatch. But I don't see anything resembling a "spirit warrior," werewolf, or vampire.
As for the Quileute language, it doesn't even use the same alphabet as English. I can't reproduce the words here because the software can't handle the nonstandard characters. So "genuine" Quileute names should look and sound a lot stranger than "Kaheleha" or "Taha Aki."
Once again, I sense that Meyer borrowed the wolf-into-man concept and invented everything else. In other words, her "genuine" legends are anything but.
For more on the subject, see Quileute Werewolves in Twilight.
Below: A Quileute dancer represents a spirit being that isn't a werewolf.