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Otoe-Missouria Tribe of Oklahoma
Categories: Ethnic group stubs | Native American tribes | Siouan languages
The tribe belonged to the Chiwere division of the Siouan linguistic family, with the Iowa and Oto.
The tribe lived near the mouth of the Grand River in Missouri, the mouth of the Missouri River, and a place called The Pinnacles in Saline County, Missouri.
According to the enthnographer James Mooney, the population of the tribe was about 200 families in 1702; 1000 persons in 1780; 300 in 1805; 80 in 1829, when they were living with the Otoe; and 13 in 1910; afterwards not separated from the Otoe.
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