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

Ecatacari. A rancheria of either the Eudeve or the Nevome of Sonora, Mexico, in the early part of the 18th century. It was probably situated near Matape. Writer of 1702(?) in Doc. Hist. Mex., 4th s., v, 126, 1857.

Echojoa. A Mayo settlement on the Rio Mayo, above Santa Cruz, s. w. Sonora, Mexico; pop. 444 in 1900.

Entubur. A former rancheria, probably of the Papago, visited by Kino and Mange in 1694; situated between Tubutama and Busanic, lat. 31, N. w. Sonora, Mexico. Mange (ca. 1701) quoted by Bancroft, No. Mex. States, i, 258, 1884.

Espejos (named from their chief Espejo (Span.┬┤mirror`). A branch of the Mescaleros inhabiting the plains of Chihuahua, Mexico, about 1859. Froebel, Seven Years Trav., 352, 1859.

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