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Originally appearing in Volume V14, Page 454 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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LOONKIAN. Most of N. and E. N. of the St Some 50-6o, About 90,000, ,RAWAKAN. with many of which .TAKAPAN. m i n o r someso,o00 rH ABASKA N. groups. in Canada. North America, Lawrence between lat. 35° and E. of and 55 ; centred Lake Ontario in the region of (Brinton); the Great Lakes N.W. of the and Hudson's Great Lakes Bay. (Thomas). Within the terri- Central South tory of the Calu- America. s a s i n S.W. Florida. In part of S.W. Louisiana and N.E. Texas. Interior of Alaska and Canada; W. of Hudson's Bay and N. of the Algonkian; also represented in Small colony Extinct about from Cuba. end of 16th century. Somewhere in 2. Practically E. or N.E. Texas. Interior of Alaska or N.W. Can- actin Some 5o, extinct; in withnumer 1885 4 indi- ous minor viduals liv- groups. ing in Louisiana, and 5 in Texas. About 54,000, of which Caine 20,000 in Canada. 3EOTHUKAN. Oregon, Cali- Some ap rt of Local settle- Extinct; last fornia, Arizona, Newfound- mentsonly. representa- New Mexico, land or Lab- five died in Texas, and rador. 1829. northern Mexico. Newfoundland. :AUDOAN. Country between On the lower Some r2-t 5. About 2000. the Arkansas and Red River, Colorado rivers or, perhaps, in Louisiana, somewhere Texas, &c., par- to the S. W. ticularly on the Red River and its affluents; later also in Kansas, Nebraska, Da- kota, and Okla- homa.
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