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Robert P. Corral did not live on an Indian reservation; he grew up speaking both English and Spanish. The federal government would ration one buffalo a year for meat requiring Robert to hunt for his family’s food; he would use his bow and arrow to kill wildcat, bear, deer and beaver. Robert also traded animal hides for additional staples…
Oral History, Stockton - CA, California, Native American, History
Kim, George. "Corral Family: Robert Pena Corral (Elder)". (2005). STOCKTONSpeaks! Native American Stories. Oral History 4.
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