Blewmouth Indians, Blewmouths. Mentioned in a Georgia tract of 1740 1Force Tracts, I, 3, 1836 apparently as a tribe west of the Choctaw. “According to the French Indians [Choctaw] there is a large city where a blue-lipped people live, of whom they have often heard it said that if any one tries to kill them he becomes insane” 2Brinton, Nat, Leg. Chahta-Muskokee Tribes, 10, 1870. Nothing further is known of them.
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|1.||↩||Force Tracts, I, 3, 1836|
|2.||↩||Brinton, Nat, Leg. Chahta-Muskokee Tribes, 10, 1870.|