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This tribe, which for many years has been consolidated with the Oto, has
at least three gentes. It may have had more, but their names have not yet
been recorded. 1, Tu-nan'-p'in, Black bear; 2, Tce-xi'-ta, Eagle,
Thunderbird, etc, in four subgentes: (a) Wa-kan'-ta, Thunderbird; (b)
Qra, Eagle; (c) {~LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED K~}re'-tan, Hawk; (d) Mo'-mi, A-people-who
eat-no-small-birds-which-have-been-killed-by-larger-ones (a recent
addition to this gens, probably from another tribe): 3, Ho-ma' or
Ho-ta'-tci, Elk.





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