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belong to this group. It is these Indians who have been called "Tobikhar".

C, the Luiseño-Cahuilla. This group included the Luiseños of the vicinity of Mission San Luis Rey and north to San Jacinto; the Juaneños of Mission San Juan Capistrano; the Cahuillas on the eastern side of the San Jacinto range, and in one place, - the present Cahuilla reservation, - west of it; and a small tribe, known as Agua Caliente, at the head waters of San Luis Rey river. The Cahuilla dialect is quite different from the Luiseño, though the two are near enough together to be included in the same group. The Agua Caliente dialect is different from both but somewhat intermediate to them.
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