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.
- 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.
- 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 1400â€“1720) 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.
- Fed Task Force Busts Artifact-Looting Ring. Pringler, Heather // Discover;Jan2006, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p60
The article announces the end of the Operation Indian Rocks after breaking up a gang of construction workers who had been plundering federal lands in California, Utah, Nevada and Arizona. It launched a criminal investigation in which archaeologists and law enforcement agents teamed up to combat...
- IMPLICANCIAS DE UN ÃREA FUNERARIA DEL PERIODO FORMATIVO TARDÃo EN EL DEPARTAMENTO DE ICA. Kaulicke, Peter; Fehren-Schmitz, Lars; Kolp-Godoy, María; Landa, Patricia; Loyola, Óscar; Palma, Martha; Tomasto, Elsa; Vergel, Cindy; Vogt, Y. Burkhard // BoletÃn de ArqueologÃa PUCP;2009, Issue 13, p289
The burial area BRiG 3117 (Coyungo) was investigated during the PABRiG (Proyecto ArqueolÃ³gico Bajo RÃo Grande). It consists of four burial contexts with about 25 individuals (MNI) and a considerable amount of pottery, textiles and gourd fragments among others. One of the textiles is part...
- Fun Facts about Texas. // Edgewood Enterprise (TX);7/13/2006, Vol. 99 Issue 28, p5
The article presents information about Texas. The capital city of Texas is Austin. It was nicknamed Lone Star State and has 254 counties. The name Texas was based on a word used by Caddo Indians which means friends. The longest state river in Texas is the Rio Grande which is 1,270 miles long.