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So far as I know, this is the only story ever recorded in the Mahican language.
https://www.jstor.org/stable/659336?Sea … b_contents
Ignore his note on page 79 concerning the meaning of "squaw" and Lenape "ochqueu." His reasoning doesn't even make sense according to Ives Goddard, who suggests these words for 'woman' mean nothing more than 'she sews.' Compare Munsee "oxkweew ('woman') and Munsee "oxkwam" ('sew something'). As a verb, "oxkweew" would mean 'she sews'; thus, the correct derivation.