The Looting of Prehistoric Caddo Indian Cemeteries in Northeast Texas
- 'Little Angel with a great big legacy. Cornyn, John // Clarendon Enterprise (TX);9/18/2008, Vol. 19 Issue 37, p2
The article offers information on the contributions of the Indian woman Angelina and her tribe to the relation between Texas and the European explorers during the 1700s.
- Caddo Nation. Storms, Gay Schlittler // Graham Leader;11/6/2011, Vol. 136 Issue 24, p4A
The article discusses the civilization of Caddo Indians.
- Caddo destroyed by power struggle. Storms, Gay Schlittler // Graham Leader;8/26/2012, Vol. 137 Issue 3, p4A
The author discusses aspects of the diminishing of Caddo Nation by increased Europeans contacts during the 18th century in Graham, Young County, Texas.
- Relics of ancient Caddo life go on public view. THOMAS, SARAH // Native American Times;2/8/2013, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p4
The article reports that a large collection of relics of ancient Caddo Indian civilisation found in East Texas and currently being studied by archeologists will be exhibited at the Gregg County Historical Museum in Texas.
- Tribe seeks easier access to Peyote plants. Ruckman, S. E. // Native American Times;1/6/2012, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p1
The article discusses U.S. laws concerning the sale and growth of peyote, a cactus with hallucinogenic properties which is used in some Native American religious rituals and by the Native American Church (NAC), and looks at the Caddo Nation's petition to make the drug more accessible.
- JosÃ© MarÃa was the last Caddo chief on the often inhospitable Texas frontier. Smith, Rick L. // Wild West;Oct2002, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p20
Profiles Jos Ã© MarÃa, chief of the Nadaco tribe of the Caddo Indians during the 1800s. History of the Caddo Indians; His role in the enforcement of a treaty between the Caddos and the U.S. government; His involvement in the move of the Caddos to a reservation in Oklahoma.
- Ebony Escapes! to Shrevesport-Bossier City, La., Part 1. Allman-Baldwin, Lysa // New York Amsterdam News;11/13/2003, Vol. 94 Issue 46, p26
In the beginning, before the white man came, what is now known as Shreveport, Louisiana, was inhabited by the Caddo Indians. The Caddos were very adept at utilizing the fertile soil along the Red River, which bordered their land, for agricultural purposes. This land soon became known and...
- CADDO TRADE CERAMICS. Perttula, Timothy K.; Hawley, Marlin F.; Scott, Fred W. // Southeastern Archaeology;Winter2001, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p154
Recent archaeological investigations of five Lower Walnut focus sites (AD 1400ï¿½1720) in south-central Kansas recovered sherds from vessels manufactured by prehistoric Caddo Indians living in northeast Texas, more than 250 miles to the south, Instrumental neutron activation analysis,...
- Theft of Caddo pottery from SAU university campus still unsolved. BARTELS, CHUCK // Native American Times;9/24/2010, Vol. 16 Issue 39, p2
The article reports that the case of the 26 pieces of Caddo Indian pottery stolen at Southern Arkansas University remains unsolved four years after the theft.