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The Caddo Nation is a confederacy of several Native American tribes who historically inhabited much of what is now East Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, and Oklahoma.They were descendants of the Caddoan Mississippian culture that constructed huge earthwork mounds at several sites in this territory.


A number of different Indian nations, usually grouped together as Caddo, lived in the territory that stretched from the Red River Valley in present-day Louisiana, to the Brazos River Valley in present-day Texas and Arkansas. For many centuries prior to the European invasion, the Caddoan peoples had made a living by farming. Like many other aboriginal farmers in North America, they raised corn ...


The Caddo first encountered Europeans and Africans in 1541 when the Spanish Hernando de Soto Expedition came through their lands. De Soto's force had a violent clash with one band of Caddo Indians, the Tula people, near present-day Caddo Gap, Arkansas.This historic event has been marked by the modern town with a monument.


Caddo Indian Fact Sheet. Native American Facts For Kids was written for young people learning about the Caddos for school or home-schooling reports. We encourage students and teachers to visit our main Caddo website for more in-depth information about the tribe, but here are our answers to the questions we are most often asked by children, with Caddo pictures and links we believe are suitable ...


Caddo Lake Images And Prints. ... Caddo Lake was once home to the Caddo Indians and received its name from this culture, a Native American tribe driven from the area in the 19th century. Legend says Caddo Lake was formed by the New Madrid Earthquake of 1812. Whether the lake formed in the hours and days after the quake or gradually over time ...


Come enjoy these photographs of our Caddo people from the past and from the present. Please have patience while all the images load. I have taken care to try to label each one of the images as accurately as possible, but there are a number of different discrepencies that appear in these photos over time.


On this page of the Southeast American Indian Facts category you will find interesting facts about the Caddo Indians. These Indians who are mostly from Oklahoma also originally occupied areas of Texas, Arkansas and Louisiana where they had lived for centuries.


The Caddo and other east Texas Indians, such as the Cherokee, are living as peaceful farmers in east Texas. It is the white settlers around them who are doing most of the stealing, and violence. Today we would call these crimes racial hate crimes. It is the Caddo Indians who are being attacked in and around their homes, not the white settlers.