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SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('CUPENO The Cupeno were an Uto-Aztecan-speaking tribe of the California Culture Area. Their homeland of some 10&nbsp;square miles was located in mountain country at the&nbsp;headwaters of the San Luis Rey River in what is now&nbsp;southern California. Their branch of Uto-Aztecan,&nbsp;which they shared with other CALIFORNIA INDIANS—&nbsp;the CAHUILLA, GABRIELENO, Kitanemuk, LUISENO, and\n \nSerrano—is known as Takic. Some Cupeno were converted and resettled by Spanish missionaries and are thus also known as MISSION INDIANS. The name Cupeno,&nbsp;pronounced koo-PAY-nyo, is derived from Kupa, one of&nbsp;their two recorded villages, the other being Wilakal. The&nbsp;Cupeno called themselves Kuupangaxwichem for “the&nbsp;people who slept here.”\n \nThe Cupeno were similar in culture to the Cahuilla, who lived to the east, and the Luiseno, to the west. The&nbsp;three tribes were not always at peace, however. In the&nbsp;mid-19th century, Antonio Garra, headman of the&nbsp;Cupeno, was a rival of') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('CUPENO The Cupeno were an Uto-Aztecan-speaking tribe of the California Culture Area. Their homeland of some 10&nbsp;square miles was located in mountain country at the&nbsp;headwaters of the San Luis Rey River in what is now&nbsp;southern California. Their branch of Uto-Aztecan,&nbsp;which they shared with other CALIFORNIA INDIANS—&nbsp;the CAHUILLA, GABRIELENO, Kitanemuk, LUISENO, and\n \nSerrano—is known as Takic. Some Cupeno were converted and resettled by Spanish missionaries and are thus also known as MISSION INDIANS. The name Cupeno,&nbsp;pronounced koo-PAY-nyo, is derived from Kupa, one of&nbsp;their two recorded villages, the other being Wilakal. The&nbsp;Cupeno called themselves Kuupangaxwichem for “the&nbsp;people who slept here.”\n \nThe Cupeno were similar in culture to the Cahuilla, who lived to the east, and the Luiseno, to the west. The&nbsp;three tribes were not always at peace, however. In the&nbsp;mid-19th century, Antonio Garra, headman of the&nbsp;Cupeno, was a rival of') AND id != 83177 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-07-15 20:00:18' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5