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  • n. Plural form of Cahuilla.

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Examples

  • There was another Indian village nearer, -- the village of the Cahuillas, on one of the high plateaus of San Jacinto.

    Ramona

  • To the simple Cahuillas it seemed like a miracle; and they looked on Aunt Ri's weather-beaten face with something akin to a superstitious reverence.

    Ramona

  • He declared that the Cahuillas would surely come and murder him in the night, and begged piteously that the men would all stay with him to guard him.

    Ramona

  • The god of the San Juan Indians was Chinigchinich, and it is possible, from similarity in the ways of appearing and disappearing, that he is the monster Tauguitch of the Sabobas and Cahuillas described in The

    The Old Franciscan Missions Of California

  • Cahuillas, on one of the high plateaus of San Jacinto.

    Ramona

  • To the simple Cahuillas it seemed like a miracle; and they looked on

    Ramona

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