Akasquy

An extinct tribe, propabaly Caddoan, visited by La Salle in Jan., 1687, when its people resided between the Palaquesson and the Penoy in the vicinity of Brazos r., Tex. They made cloth of buffalo wool and mantles deocrated with bird feathers and the "hair of animals of every color." (A. C. F.)

Source: Handbook of American Indians North of Mexico, Frederick Webb Hodge, 1907.

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