CONCHATÉ INDIANS. Juan Antonio Padilla's report on Texas Indians in 1820 listed the Conchatés as being a branch of the Nadacos or Anadarko "nation," which lived between the Trinity and Sabine rivers. They had aided José Bernardo Gutiérrez de Laraqv at the time of the Gutiérrez-Magee expedition.

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