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Robert Corral began his life in French Camp in 1979. He is of mixed ancestry—Caucasian, Mexican and Native American, but feels he identifies most with his Native American heritage. Robert feels his interests, beliefs and personality are similar to those of other Native Americans. He is very proud to consider himself a part of the Northern Valley Yokut/Ohlone/Me-Wok tribe and the California Indian culture.
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Runnels, Tara. "Corral Family: Robert Corral III (Youth)". (2005). STOCKTONSpeaks! Native American Stories. Oral History 6.
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