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Language Migration from VEP North to VEP South Study Areas
It is likely that some people from the VEP North study area migrated to all of the areas where modern Pueblo people live today; however, VEP research suggests that the majority of the Pueblo people in the VEP North study area spoke Tewa and that most of them migrated to the VEP South study area where the Tewa language is spoken today.

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