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KUSAN ("lake " or " inland bay ")

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Originally appearing in Volume V15, Page 954 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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KUSAN ("lake " or " inland bay "), a small group of North American Indian tribes, formerly living on the Coos river and the coast of Oregon. They call themselves Anasitch, and other names given them-have been Ka-us or Kwo-Kwoos, Kowes and Cook-koo-oose. They appear to be in no way related to their neighbours. The few survivors, mostly of mixed blood, are on the Siletz reservation, Oregon.
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