Finhioven (Fin-hi-öven) . A chief of the Kadohadacho in 1771. He guided the Wichita from upper Red r. to Natchitoches, La., and witnessed the treaty made between the latter tribe and the Spanish governors of Louisiana and Texas, Oct. 27, 1771. He is referred to in the manuscript record of this event as “gran casique” of the Kadohadacho. (N. E. B.)

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Handbook of American Indians North of Mexico, Frederick Webb Hodge, 1906