Sauk and Fox
Plains culture. Two distinct tribes with nearly identical languages who politically merged.
Alternate Names/Spellings: Sauk-Fox, Sac and Fox
Sauk: Osakiwuk, Asakiwaki Osawkee, Saki, Saque, Sawkee.
Fox: Meshwahkihaki, Mequakie, Meskwaki, Meskwakihuk, Meskwakihugi, Meshkwahkihaki,
Called by other Native Americans
Sauk: Hotinestakon (Onondaga), Osaugee (Ojibwe), Quatokeronon (Huron), Satoeronnon
(Huron), Zake (Dakota), and Zagi (Winnebago).
Fox: Outagamie or Odugameeg (Ojibwe), Beshdeke (Dakota), Skenchioe (Iroquois), Skaxshurunu (Wyandot), Skenchiohronon (Huron), Mshkwa'kitha (Shawnee), Tochewahcoo (Arikara), Wacereke (Winnebago), and Wakusheg
Location: Originally what is now Michigan, US; driven through the Midwest.
Language: Wakashan is an Algic language in the Algonquian stock.
Tribal profile, timeline, and links.
Language, culture, history and genealogy.
Brief article on the tribe including history and the Sac clan system.
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