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Pa Utes

Pa-Utes (Pai-Utes), North American Indians, a distinct branch of the Utes, who form a main division of the Shoshonean family. All appear to be still in the nomad state, being scattered in small groups over the unsettled parts of south-east California and south-west Nevada. Total estimated population (1892), 2,300.

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