A complete listing of all the Indian villages, towns and settlements as listed in Handbook of Americans North of Mexico.

Cheghulin (village on the open prairie). A former Kansa village on the s. side of Kansas r. , Kans.

Cheghulin. A Kansa village, evidently named after the earlier settlement of that name; situated on a tributary of Kansas r., on the N. side, E. of Blue r., Kans.

Cona. A settlement of a semi-sedentary tribe called Teyas by the Spaniards, regarded as probably the Hainai, a Caddoan tribe. The place was visited by Coronado and his army in 1541, and described as situated 250 leagues (ca. 660 m.) from the Pueblo settlements of the Rio Grande and 40 days journey s. of Quivira in E. central Kansas. See Castaneda (1596) in 14th Rep. B. A. E., 507, 1896.