Another piece to the name puzzle. On the 1920 census, taken on the reservation, 27 year old Lizze was listed as the wife of Frank Kakkak under the name Elizabeth C. (is that for Cardish?) Kakkak. It might be designated that was because we see another Lizzie in this family group, also designated as Frank's wife, 54 year old Lizzie Kakkak. Interestingly, the marital status for all three was marked "D" for divorced...despite living together with a child from each of the women. Perhaps the enumerator was flummoxed as to how these relationship(s) could be properly described on the census form - seeing as how bigamy is illegal - and just decided they should all be divorcees. Or, perhaps there were consecutive legal marriages and divorces between the parties for which we just haven't found records.
The man had 2 wives, one being old enough to have given birth to the younger, both with the same name living under the same roof. As a woman, I can imagine what fun that must have been....and also why our Lizzie jumped ship to have an(other) at-least-legal marriage performed the month after this census. Of course, I may just be projecting my own 21st sensibilities on the situation.