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Terena and Guarani-Kaiowá tribes - photos - From Brazil

1540- Cabeza de Vaca writes of the Karankawa people, in what will one day be Texas, "I saw a most brutish & beastly custom, to wit, a man who was married to another, & these be certaine effeminate & impotent men, who goe clothed & attired like women, & performe the office of a woman."

The First people of Galveston Island .''The "Karankawa Indians".Early Reports Said ,With "Bows As Tall As They Were",. They Were Over Tall.

The Karankawa lived along the Texas Coast from Galveston Island to south of Corpus Christi and as far inland as Eagle Lake in present day Colorado County.

The Karankawa lived along the Texas Coast from Galveston Island to south of Corpus Christi and as far inland as Eagle Lake in present day Colorado County.

Various types of Native American dwellings.

These are Native American homes. The dwellings represent the different types of indians and the different homes that they used for their personal living.

Mississippi mound builders - image of what the mounds - and the nearby villages - would have looked like.

Archeologists classify mound building Indians of the Southeast into three major chronological/cultural divisions: the Archaic, the Woodland, and the Mississippian traditions.

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