26O AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST [N. s., 22, 1920
Padouca, thus implying that these are different tribes. He speaks also of the Tetaus as different from the Utahs which is evidence that Mooney's conclusion that the letans are Utes is not well founded but Mooney does not say that the letans of later days were Utes in fact, the books generally imply that the letans are Comanches.
Jacob Fowler found, with the Kiowa, some people whom he called Kiowa-Padduce and Padduca people who were not Com- anche.
W. P. Clark, about 1880, met a Kiowa-Apache about seventy years old, who said he was born on the Missouri river northeast of the Black hills.
The evidence is not conclusive as to who were the Padouca, but it convinces me that the Padouca were not Comanche and I am disposed to regard them as Apache.
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