[kawn-chaws; English kon-chohs]
- a river in NE Mexico, flowing E and N to the Rio Grande. About 350 miles (565 km) long.
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It is situated on a small tributary of the Conchos river, in the midst of a plain.Life of Kit Carson
East of the Tarahumares, in the northern part of the first-named state, dwell the Conchos.
The Passaguates live twenty-four leagues north of the Conchos.
These were the opening of the Chihuahua silver deposits and the advance down the Conchos valley.
During the subsequent years the padres made them occasional visits, while settlement pushed down the Conchos Valley.