The Huma (Houma, Sabine) lived on the east side of the Mississippi River near the present Louisiana-Mississippi border. They are now settled in several communities around Houma, Louisiana, in Terrebonne and Lafourche parishes. They speak a Muskogean language and numbered 2,221 in 1966, 2,600 in 1980.
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