Pajalat

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Manuscript about the language of the Pajalats in this language and Spanish by Fray Gabriel de Vergara dated 1732

The Pajalat, also Cajalate, Pajalac, Pajalache, Pajalatam, Pallalat or Paxolot were a Native American group who lived in the area just south of San Antonio, Texas prior to the coming of the Spanish to the region in the 18th century. The Pajalat spoke a form of the Coahuilteco language.

Starting in 1731 the Pajalat moved to Mission Concepcion, where members of the tribe shared alternated holding office as gobernador and alcalde with Tacames.

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