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Mondo's NAT #178 - Deadose

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Hidden : 8/5/2012
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Native American Tribes series.


The Deadose were a group of Native Americans in modern Texas closely associated with the Jumayo, Yojuane, Bidaj and other groups living in the Rancheria Grande of the Brazos River in modern eastern Texas in the early 18th century. Like other groups in the Rancheria Grande the Deadose moved to the San Gabriel River missions in the 1740s. The Deadose were along with the Yojuane, Mayeye and Bidai those who requested the Franciscan missionaries to come and set up missions for them. However many of the Deadoseas as well as the Bidai and Akokia only went to the vicinity of the missions to trade with the soldiers. They also had set up trade networks that extended to the French in Louisiana. In 1750 the Deadose and their Bidai and Akokia associates at Mission San Ildefonso left in an alliance with other tribes to attack the Apache. The Deadose did not come back to the mission until 1752. In the mission the Deadose intermarried heavily with the Akokisa and Bidai

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