Osage and Hočąk Clans Compared
|Sun Carrier||-||The Sun Carrier and the Night Clans might correspond to the Hočąk Hawk Clan and its equivalent, the Chiwere Owl Clan.|
|Last to Come||-||The Hočągara say that the Wolf-Dog was the last to come, the Osage say the opposite.|
|Men of Mystery||Thunderbird, Hawk||The Men of Mystery are also called "Thunder People," and one of their life symbols is the cloudy region of the sky.|
|Buffalo-Bull||Buffalo||The Buffalo Clan among the Hočągara is associated with the Thunder Clan, the clan of the chief, by virtue of being his town criers.|
|Earth People||Land People||-|
|Eagle||Eagle||Eagles are caught by hunters concealed in pits.|
|White Bear||White Bear|
|Isolated Earth||Snake||The Osage clan has the bull snake, spreading adder, black snake, and rattlesnake, and additionally, the spider, buffalo bull, and red boulder, as their life symbols.|
|Water People||-||Foster also recorded a division of the Lower Moiety of the Hočągara between Land and Water people.|
|Puma in the Water||Waterspirit||A common form of Waterspirit is the Underwater Panther, which "Puma in the Water" seems to denote.|
|Clear the Way|
|Bow (Fish People)||Fish|
|-||Hawk||See the comment above.|
Cf. for other comparisons to Hočąk clans, see Winnebago-Chiwere Clan System, Quapah Origins, and Quapah-Winnebago-Chiwere Clans, and Omaha and Hočąk Clans Compared.
Garrick Bailey, The Osage and the Invisible World: From the Works of Francis La Flesche (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1995) 36-41.