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  1. Hello Tim, Are there any other places where information on the Kawankawa Kadla is available? I don’t usually use social media sources. Thanks for your help, Bonnie

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    1. Great question, Bonnie! In this case, most sources/links to information about the Karankawa Kadla are available on social media platforms–particularly the Indigenous Peoples of the Coastal Bend’s Facebook page and the Karankawa Kadla’s Facebook pages. I try to repost that information here so those who don’t have any form of social media can be updated. In your case, I’d also recommend following https://indigenouspeoplesofthecoastalbend.org/.


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