The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 30, July 1926 - April, 1927: Searching Inside

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... Descriptions of Tejas or Asinai Indians, 1691-1722 287 province. The others listed live...-different from the Asinai-live toward the south and west about eighty leagues from this province. To say... that the latter have become separated from the rest of the Asinai is a mistake. The Caquiza, Quintanuaha, Coai... the southeast; the others live toward the west. They communicate with the province of the Asinai, and they know... in the same way as the Asinai. Some have settlements better organized than others, such as the Cadaudachos

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... the others-cannot be called a kingdom. [The Neighboring Tribes] The proper name of the province is Asinai.... It is composed of the nine tribes already named. There is not one tribe of these nine called Asinai but each... of the tribes combined with the remaining eight compose the Asinai Nation. The friendly tribes called

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... by Samuel E. Asbury.... 178 DESCRIPTIONS OF THE TEJAS OR ASINAI INDIANS, I... and edited by C. F. Arrowood.... 272 DESCRIPTIONS OF THE TEJAS OR ASINAI INDIANS, I

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... Descriptions of the Tejas or Asinai Indians, 1691-1722 209 [The Land] This province... of the Asinai is very fertile, suitable for anything that may be planted here. So rich is it that I even venture

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... Descriptions of the Tejas or Asinai Indians, 1691-1722 215 learned, we can garner in a great... as how to make many other little things that are needed around the house. [The Asinai Confederacy

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... Descriptions of Tejas or Asinai Indians, 1691-1722 291 They all seat themselves around... to the children, asking them to tell God that the Asinai are now going to reform and to beg of Him in the future

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... Descriptions of Tejas or Asinai Indians, 1691-1722 293 that there was no trace of the children... his children because he and all the Asinai loved them very much. He declared that the reason I did

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