CASAS CHIQUITAS INDIANS
CASAS CHIQUITAS INDIANS. These Indians, whose name is Spanish for "small houses," lived somewhere along the Rio Grande below Laredo during the second half of the eighteenth century. They are among the various small Coahuiltecan bands of that area which the Spaniards referred to as Carrizo.
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