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The Indians of Puget Sound Public Deposited

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  • "Originally printed in the Zeitschrift für Ethnologie, Jahrgang 1924, Heft 1-4"--Preface. "The tribes which are the most fully described in these notes are the Snohomish, the Snuqualmi and the Nisqually. There is some information about ... other ... groups."
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