A special march and ceremony was held Saturday along Ennis Joslin by those people wanting to honor and remember those Karankawa Indians who are buried there. It's the second largest site of its kind in the State. Tobacco was spread out on the grounds and sage was lit to help bless the ancient burial site. Organizers have been working for years to try and put up a monument here to help honor the dead. If you would like to donate you can call 361-563-6702.