The Indian name is pronounced as if written “Thayendanauga,” with accent on penult.
I am unaware why the accent is on the penult, and not on the ultimate of Willamette.
Note (a) In words of two syllables, it falls on the penult: Cir´-ce.
When the last syllable has a short vowel, such a penult, if accented, takes the circumflex.
(b) A word stressed on the penult may assonate with one lx stressed on the antepenult.
Worcester's orthography is Hindostanee and Hindostany, but the accent is on the penult as above.
This anie eare may if he accent the antepenult matrmonie, or the penult matrimnie, or the last as matrimone.
The accent is usually on the penult vowel, sometimes on the last, but never on the antipenult.
If the penult is short, the antepenult is accented provided it be long: Sansthā́naka.
The accent must fall on the penult, if it was long, otherwise on the antepenult of the word.