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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF ANTHROPOLOGY AFFILIATED COLLEGES, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. April 27, 1905 My dear Mr. Hodge: On looking the matter up I find that what the Washo call the "Paiute", i.e. the Paviotso, is Paleu. I did not have Coves' Sarres at hand when I wrote the notes I sent a few days ago. His (Chemegué) Cuajála (and Yebepai Cajuala) are the Mohaves' Chemehuevi-Kohoaldje, not the Kokhuene as I stated as a possible identification on one of the cards. The Kokhuene or Kakhuana are his Cajuenche, Bartlett's Cawina (?) (Garces calls the Kawaiisu-Newooah-Kubakhye Cobaji, not Cubaje as I stated.) Sincerely yours, A. L. Kroeber
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