Last Modified: 2012-02-20
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Nomadic hunters and gatherers
Often selected by Spanish missionaries to help Christianize because of their geographic location
Primarily fishing during winter
Originally peaceful until Europeans began invading coast while looking for mouth of Mississippi River
Lipan Apaches (W)
Predominated upper Texas but were forced South by Comanche
No political structure
More developed social group
Had one chief: Xinesi- social and political religious leader
Several caddi: Indian tribal leaders
Traders between Spanish and European (Drugs, salt, feathers, turquoise)
Targeted for Christianization
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