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The Kaw Nation (or Kanza or Kansa) are a federally recognized Native American tribe in Oklahoma and parts of Kansas.They come from the central Midwestern United States.The tribe known as Kaw have also been known as the "People of the South wind", "People of water", Kansa, Kaza, Konza, Conza, Quans, Kosa, and Kasa.Their tribal language is Kansa, classified as a Siouan language.
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KANZA Mental Health Center is licensed as a community mental health center, and has been providing continuous outpatient mental healthcare in the region since 1963. Our licensed therapists, doctors, nurses, case managers, peer support and attendant care workers, and others who provide services to our consumers, are caring, dedicated, and ...
The Kanza (or Kaw) Indians. From a period extending far back into the past — far back of any written record — the Kanza claimed, as a nation, the region that they ceded to the United States by the treaty of June 1825. From the time that Father Marquette inscribed the name of the “Kanza” nation on his map of 1673, a half-century elapses ...
Kanza People. On July 4, 1804, Lewis and Clark’s Corps of Discovery was camped on the site of a Kanza (Kaw) village near the mouth of the Kansas River. They had been told of the proud warriors who inhabited this area, but did not encounter the tribe, who were hunting buffalo in the western part of present-day Kansas.