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8 _monakan_





Monakan confederacy.

A. Monakan (Country [people of?]), ? extinct.
B. Meipontsky (meaning unknown), extinct.
C. ?Mahoc (meaning unknown), extinct.
D. Nuntaneuck or Nuntaly (meaning unknown), extinct.
E. Mohetan (People of the earth?), extinct.

Tutelo.

A. Tutelo or Ye-san´ (meaning unknown), probably extinct.
B. Saponi (meaning unknown), probably extinct. (According to Mooney,
the Tutelo and Saponi tribes were intimately connected or identical,
and the names were used interchangeably, the former becoming more
prominent after the removal of the tribal remnant from the Carolinas
to New York.(17))
C. Occanichi (meaning unknown), probably extinct.

?Manahoac confederacy, extinct.

A. Manahoac (meaning unknown).
B. Stegarake (meaning unknown).
C. Shackakoni (meaning unknown).
D. Tauxitania (meaning unknown).
E. Ontponi (meaning unknown).
F. Tegniati (meaning unknown).
G. Whonkenti (meaning unknown).
H. Hasinninga (meaning unknown).

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