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Atakapan

Ata·ka·pa. noun \əˈtakəpə, -äk-, -ˌpä,-ˌpȯ\. pl Atakapa or Atakapas or Attacapa or Attacapas.

Atakapan is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Atakapan books and related discussion.

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BEDIAS, TEXAS Bedias is at the intersection of State Highway 90
They were of the Atakapan stock and spoke the Caddo dialect.
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The Bedias Indians
Jul 2, 2007 members of the Atakapan tribe. The name “Bidai” means “brushwood” in the Caddo language.
Hull-Daisetta's Mavhaw Festival grew out of Big Thicket Monster
The old legend, as first told by the Atakapan Indians many years ago, seemed to be coming true.
Abigail Chipps Smith
Atakapan-speaking hunter/gatherer groups; Site supervisor. 06-07/2005. Rice University Archaeology Field School, Gorée, Senegal.

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BRIEF: Marker commemorates Orange's earliest settlers
The Atakapan Indians, a tribe associated with southeastern US bands, lived in this area for centuries. Studies have suggested their presence covered a large region of southeast Texas. Their name comes from the Choctaw Indians, and means "Man-Eaters".

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Atakapan Indians, Texas Indians
The Atakapans are a hard group to find out much about. several tribes, or maybe just bands, who lived in the same geographical area and spoke Atakapan .
Atakapa people - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Atakapan Tribe
The Atakapan tribe lived in the southeastern part of Texas.
ATAKAPA INDIANS | The Handbook of Texas Online| Texas State
Facts for Kids: Atakapa Indians (Atakapas)
Information about the Atakapa Indians for students and teachers. Includes facts about Atakapa Indian food, clothing, houses, artifacts, and customs.

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