The Looting of Prehistoric Caddo Indian Cemeteries in Northeast 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.
- Tracing Roots to Spiro ...FROM THE CADDO. Newkumet Burrows, Tracy // dig into history;Oct2015, Vol. 17 Issue 8, p30
The article takes a look at the roots of the Spiro people from their ancestors, the Caddo people.
- 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...
- 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.
- Earth movers. Cole, Melanie // Texas Monthly;Sep93, Vol. 21 Issue 9, p62
Features the Caddoan Mounds State Historic Site, east of Austin, Texas. Park superintendent David Turner; Caddo civilization of around A.D. 800; Planned closure of the state park due to budgetary restrictions.
- Ebony Escapes! to Shreveport-Bossier City, Louisiana. Allman-Baldwin, Lysa // New York Amsterdam News;7/21/2005, Vol. 96 Issue 30, p26
The article focuses on Shreveport, Louisiana as a place of tourist interest. Originally inhabited by the Caddo Indians, Shreveport was so named in 1839 for Captain Henry Miller Shreve, a steamboat captain credited with transforming the region from a mass expanse of fertile soil along the Red...
- Caddo Culture Club to perform at Grand Saline Salt Festival. // Grand Saline Sun (TX);6/1/2006, Vol. 110 Issue 22, p11
Reports on the song and dance performance of the Caddo Culture Club at the Grand Saline Salt Festival in Texas. Purpose for the formation of the Caddo Culture Club; Background of the Caddo Culture Club.
- Natchitoches 300. Stahls Jr., Paul F. // Louisiana Life;Jan/Feb2014, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p36
The article offers information on how Natchitoches became the first permanent to settle in Louisiana Territory. It mentions that the story of Natchitoches started with a French military presence that grew from huts to a full-fledged fort, which will be a remarkable replica in the 2014...
- The Delawares. // First Texans: Sixteen Tribes of Native People & How They Lived;1995, p132
The article presents information on the Delaware Indians in Texas. These Indians crossed the Red River into Texas between 1815 and 1820. Most of them settled near the Caddo Indians because they felt a real kinship with this tribe. The Delawares wanted more than just to survive. They wanted...