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Tawehash Indian Tribe

The Tawehash Indians were a Caddoan tribe of Oklahoma, relatives of the Wichita and Caddo tribes. They were sometimes also known as the Taovaya, Taovayes, or Towash. The Tawehash no longer exist as a distinct tribe. Most of them merged into the Wichita tribe, where most Tawehash descendants still live today. Their language was never properly recorded, but was probably either a dialect of Wichita or a closely related language.

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Tawehash Tribe History:
    Article on the Tawehash tribe from the Handbook of American Indians.
Wikipedia: Taovaya:
    Encyclopedia article on the Taovaya or Tawehash Indians.
Four Directions: Tawehash:
    Timeline and links about Tawehash history.

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The Pawnee Indians:
    Book on the history of the Pawnee tribe, including information about smaller Caddoan tribes including the Tawehash.

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Tawehash Tribe:
Links pages about the Tawehashes.

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