- Myaamia Indians
- Twatwa Indians
- Twightwee Indians
Exact Matching Concepts from Other Schemes
- found: How the Miami people live, 2008: p. 2 ("snapshot of more than 200 years in the life of the Myaamia (Miami) who once called portions of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Wisconsin their homeland")
- found: Myaamia Project, Miami University WWW homepage, Mar. 20, 2009 (project in collaboration with the Miami Tribe)
- found: Angelfire.com website, Mar. 23, 2009 (under: Miami people/Twightwee: the Miami Indians originally lived in Indiana and southern Michigan. They moved into the Maumee Valley around A.D. 1700. They soon became the most powerful Indian tribe in Ohio. The Miamis speak a form of the Algonquian Indian language and so are related to the Delaware, Ottawa, and Shawnee Indians; the Miami called themselves Twightwee (Twatwa))
- 1986-02-11: new
- 2009-04-22: revised
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