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image located by Vanya Poposki, 25 August 2012
Flag of the Carrizo Comecrudo Tribe of Texas, Texas, is black with the band logo in the center.
Vanya Poposki, 4 June 2012
The Carrizo/Comecrudo people are an unrecognized tribe that lived along the
South Texas Rio Grande delta. Regardless of the lack of culture and tribal
understanding, of written historical data, the so called dependency factor,
apparent genocide and Christian conversion, the Carrizo/Comecrudo still survived
the occupation of their homelands and spiritual souls.
The Carrizo/Comecrudo has hidden well in the pages of history, as they have hidden in present day society. If the hiding was for preservation of survival, poor information gathering by early Europeans, lack of interest in a less aggressive tribe, or poor anthropological interest, or the Christian perspective of peyote, nevertheless, this little written-about nation manages to leave historical trails. Today, in the verge of new awakening, the Carrizo/Comecrudo brings others to their existence, which never faded, just remained hidden.
Vanya Poposki, 16 August 2019
image located by Vanya Poposki, 16 August 2019