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The Minikooju





In 1880 Tatanka-wanbli, or Buffalo-bull Eagle, gave the author the names
of numbers 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, and 8 of the following list of the Minikooju
(Minikoozu), Minikanye-woju (Minikanye-wozu), or Minneconjou gentes. These
were given in 1884, with numbers 4 and 9, to Reverend H. Swift by No Heart
(Cante-wanica): 1, Unktce-yuta (Unkce-yuta), Eat-dung. 2, Glagla-hetca
(Glagla-heca), Slovenly. 3, Cunka-yute-cni (Sunka yute-sni), Eat-no-dogs.
4, Nixe-tanka (Nige-tanka), Big-belly. 5, Wakpokinyan (Wakpokinyan),
Flies-along-the-creek (wakpa). 6, Inyan-ha-oin (Inyan-h-oin),
Musselshell-earring. 7, Cikcitcela (Siksicela),
Bad-ones-of-different-sorts. 8, Wagleza-oin, Watersnake-earring. 9,
Wan-nawexa (Wan-nawega), Broken-arrows. The Wannawexa are nearly extinct.

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