The Jumano Indians were a network of loosely affiliated Puebloan bands of west Texas and Mexico.
Their languages are poorly attested, but may have been Kiowa-Tanoan;
there appear to have been several different Jumano languages spoken by bands in different regions.
The Jumanos do not exist as a distinct tribe today. After colonization they merged into neighboring tribes such as the
and Wichita tribes. Other people of Jumano descent live among Hispanic communities in southwest Texas and northern Mexico.
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