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they live in the coastal plains region


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two of them are the coahuiltecans, and the karankwas

The Coahuiltecans lived in southern Texas on both sides of the Rio Grande River. Some tribes also lived in Mexico. Much of the population of Coahuiltecans was wiped out by smallpox.

The men wore a typical kind of loin covering, and women wore dresses or skirts. Since the Coahuiltecans were located in the region of North America now defined as the US state of Texas, staying cool was a top priority for the clothing of this tribe.

Coahuiltecans eat buffalo.corn,fruits,rabits,small rodents, and reptiles.

You live in the coastal plain region.

One of the main things the Comanches, Jumanos, and Coahuiltecans had in common is that they inhabited the state of Texas.

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Coahuiltecan tribes are nomads, they travel with their prey. That means, they must use things you can take down and move. They live in wickiup huts, teepees, and lean to's.

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They hunted for their food

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they live in the north east he/she said region. north east is not a region this is not an answer its an comment

Coahuiltecans are thick in the chest. They have narrow shoulders. They are usually short. They have oval shaped heads. They have skinny legs making it easy for the to run.

They lived in the northeast region.

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The Coahuiltecian cultures lived all over South Texas. They were found from San Antonio, over to Corpus Christi, south to Old Mexico

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