Kaǧinųpaga is from kaǧi, "the northern crow or raven," and nųp(a), "two." Kaǧinųpaga is listed by Radin as an Upper Moiety name, but names beginning Kaǧi- are also found in the Bear Clan, since the crow is considered the bear among birds.
"The lineage of the Blackhawk family, as given by John Blackhawk, is as follows: First, Chiakamanika (He who goes on the village), wife unknown. Second, his son, Naxi-karajusaip-ka (Fourth son, Blackhawk). Third, his son, Sayokoruspinki (Acceptance of sacrificial moccasins), Thomas Blackhawk, who died in 1899 aged ninety-five (near Black River Falls). His daughter, Henuka (First girl) married Kaxinopaka or Two Crow, and she lived to the age of one hundered. She died in Winona, Minnesota in 1904." (Jipson, 241)
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