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Kohuana Indian Tribe
The Kohuana Indians were a Yuman
tribe of Arizona, relatives of the Maricopa and
They were sometimes also known as the Coana or Cutgana.
The Kohuana no longer exist as a distinct tribe. Most of them are believed to have merged into the
Maricopa tribe, where their descendants remain today.
Their language was never properly
recorded, but was clearly closely related to Cocopah and Maricopa, and may have been a Cocopah dialect.
Kohuana Language Tree:
Theories about Kohuana language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Our Cocopa language resources.
Four Directions: Kohuana:
Timeline and links about Kohuana history.
Yuman Tribes of the Lower Colorado:
Book on the history of the Yuman tribes, including a section on the Kohuana.
Links, References, and Additional Information
Links pages about the Kohuanas.
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