The Caddo Indians ate a varied number of foods, including corn, pumpkin, deer, turkey and bison. The Caddo people also fished the river that ran between their tribes. They were also able to cultivate shellfish from the r... More »

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Foods that Caddo Indians ate include pumpkins, corn, sunflower, beans and meat. Their main source of food was farming and they planted crops in the woods. Men hunted animals, such as deer, buffalo and rabbits, to get mea... More »

Caddo Indians lived along the Red River in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana, according to Texas State Historical Association. The piny forests in the area provided wood and food, while the temperate climate and go... More »

Foods that Caddo Indians ate include pumpkins, corn, sunflower, beans and meat. Their main source of food was farming and they planted crops in the woods. Men hunted animals, such as deer, buffalo and rabbits, to get mea... More »

Caddo Indians lived along the Red River in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana, according to Texas State Historical Association. The piny forests in the area provided wood and food, while the temperate climate and go... More »

The Caddo Indians, also called the Kadohadacho tribe, historically lived in villages in present-day Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas and Oklahoma. Today, most Caddo live in Oklahoma. Due to the multiple colonizations in their ... More »

Before moving to reservations in the 1860s, the Lakota Indians ate buffalo and occasionally engaged in agriculture, primarily growing corn and tobacco. Hunting was a way of life for the Lakota, and they followed the seas... More »