No one red or white much cared

Under pressure from the Mexican government to give the Karankawas one more chance, Anglo-American colonists signed a peace treaty with the flesh-eating Indians on May 13, 1827. Generations before the white man came on thescene, the Kronks were driven from Louisiana  by neighbors outragedby their loathsome taste  for human flesh. Unitedby intermarriage and cannibalism, the confederation of five clans soon roamed coastal  Texas from Galveston to Padre Island.  

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