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  • BLACK KETTLE, CHEYENNE CHIEF, said: I always feel well while I am among these friends of mine, the Witchitas, Wacoes, and affiliated bands, and I never feel afraid to go among the white men here, because I know them to be my friends also.

    Notes Among the Indians

  • They number about seven hundred souls, and are the remnants of what were once quite important and intelligent tribes -- the Wichetas, Kerchees, Caddoes, Wacoes, and others.

    Notes Among the Indians

  • First, it gratified him to know that his Waco friends were still true; secondly, that he had punished one of the robbers; and, lastly, the knowledge that they were Panes gave him some hope that he might yet recover, _by the help of the Wacoes_, some of the stolen mules.

    The White Chief A Legend of Northern Mexico

  • The Panes, in full war-costume, were easily recognised by their tufted scalp-locks; while the Wacoes, who had, no doubt, been taken by surprise, were many of them in hunting-shirts and leggings.

    The White Chief A Legend of Northern Mexico

  • And now the war-cry of the Wacoes peals out in earnest, and the hundreds of dark warriors rush like a torrent through the zaguan.

    The White Chief A Legend of Northern Mexico

  • The silk dress for Rosita, the luxuries for his old mother, the new house, the farm, were all pleasant dreams to Carlos; but he indulged a dream of a still pleasanter nature -- a dream that eclipsed them all; and his hopes of its realisation lay in that one more visit to the country of the Wacoes.

    The White Chief A Legend of Northern Mexico

  • At this moment the war-cry of the Wacoes was heard directly in their rear, and Carlos saw that two mounted warriors of that tribe were in pursuit.

    The White Chief A Legend of Northern Mexico

  • The first impulse of the cibolero was to gallop forward and mingle in the fight, -- of course, taking side with the Wacoes.

    The White Chief A Legend of Northern Mexico

  • Wacoes -- the very same from whom he had purchased the mules.

    The White Chief A Legend of Northern Mexico

  • They would see the trail of the Wacoes leading to the cibolero's own camp -- they would soon discover the lodges -- perhaps they had already made their attack -- perhaps --

    The White Chief A Legend of Northern Mexico

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