- Ata·ka·pa. noun \əˈtakəpə, -äk-, -ˌpä,-ˌpȯ\. pl Atakapa or Atakapas or Attacapa or Attacapas.
- BEDIAS, TEXAS Bedias is at the intersection of State Highway 90
- They were of the Atakapan stock and spoke the Caddo dialect.
- 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.
- 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".
- 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 .
- Atakapan Tribe
- The Atakapan tribe lived in the southeastern part of Texas.
- 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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