Surnames/tags: Ponca Omaha
The Cegiha Language
The Speech of the Omaha and Ponka tribes of the Siouan linguistic family of North American Indians
- by James Owen Dorsey
- contributions by Francis LaFlesche (Omaha tribe)
- published in 1890 by the Government Printing Office, Washington
- contains sounds, abbreviations, texts of language, but also Ponka and Omaha historical texts, letters, and traditional stories dictated by tribal members.
- Source Example:
- <span id=Dorsey></span>Dorsey, James Owen. "[[Space:The Cegiha Language| The Cegiha Language]]" (Washington, Government Printing Office, 1890)
- In-line citation:
- <ref>[[#Dorsey|Dorsey]]: Page 134</ref>
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