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First Encounters!. DR. SOURCE PRIMARY INVESTIGATOR. Courtesy of the Texas Memorial Museum. Courtesy of the Witte Museum. TEXAS GEOGRAPHY. Big Bend Country. Gulf Coast. Gulf Coast—Inland. Piney Woods. Hill Country. Panhandle Plains. South Texas Plains. Prairies and Lakes.

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First Encounters!

DR. SOURCE

PRIMARY INVESTIGATOR

Courtesy of the Texas Memorial Museum

Courtesy of the Witte Museum


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TEXAS GEOGRAPHY


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Big Bend Country


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Gulf Coast


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Gulf Coast—Inland


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Piney Woods


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Hill Country


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Panhandle Plains


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South Texas Plains


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Prairies and Lakes


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Intro American Indians


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Courtesy of Laura Redish and Orrin Lewis at Native Languages of the Americas


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Credits

  • Dugout Canoe. Courtesy of Texas Memorial Museum. University of Texas at Austin

  • Conquistador Suit of Armor. Courtesy of the Witte Museum.

  • Map of Geographic Regions of Texas and Images. Courtesy of the Bob Bullock Museum.

  • Map of American Indian Tribes. Courtesy of Laura Redish and Orrin Lewis at Native Languages of the Americas. www.native-languages.org


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