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Indian Linguistic Families of America North of Mexico 0 6

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J W Powell
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Gallatin mentions the tribe and remarks that owing to the lossof Dr. Say’s vocabularies “we only know that both the Kiowas andKaskaias languages were harsh, guttural, and extremely difficult. ”[60]Turner, upon the strength of a vocabulary furnished by Lieut. Whipple, dissents from the opinion expressed by Pike and others to the effectthat the language is of the same stock as the Comanche, and, whileadmitting that its relationship to Camanche is greater than to any otherfamily, thinks that the l...ikeness is merely the result of longintercommunication. His opinion that it is entirely distinct from anyother language has been indorsed by Buschmann and other authorities. Thefamily is represented by the Kiowa tribe.
    [Footnote 60: Trans. And Coll. Am. Antiq. Soc. , 1836, vol. II, p. 133. ] So intimately associated with the Comanches have the Kiowa been sinceknown to history that it is not easy to determine their pristine home. By the Medicine Creek treaty of October 18, 1867, they and the Comancheswere assigned their present reservation in the Indian Territory, bothresigning all claims to other territory, especially their claims andrights in and to the country north of the Cimarron River and west of theeastern boundary of New Mexico.


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