Caddo and Comanche: American Indian Tribes in Texas: American Indian Tribes in Texas
The Caddo and Comanche were two of the largest American Indian groups living in Texas before European contact. This nonfiction title explores the history of the Caddo and Comanche, how they adapted to European colonists and American settlers, and the impact they made on Texas history. The Hasinai, Kadohadacho, Natchitoches, Comanche Nation of Oklahoma, and Shoshone are some of the tribes that readers will discover through engaging sidebars and facts, intriguing images, easy to read text, and a supportive glossary, index, and table of contents.
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American Indian groups American Indian tribes ancestors ancient Caddo Apache became expert farmers became federally recognized bison hunters Boarding Schools boys built cone-shaped houses Caddi Ayo Caddo and Comanche Caddo land Caddo leader Caddo lived Caddo traded Caddo village Caddo women Caddoan Mounds ceremonies chief CLCPC code talkers Comanche attacked Comanche bands Comanche groups Comanche raiders Comanche warrior Comanche were nomadic Comancheria Council House Fight counting coup Dawes Act disease East Texas enemies Europeans ﬁght ﬁghting ﬁrst fought French gathered Ghost Dance Hasinai help American Indians honor the earth hunting grounds Jeri Redcorn Kadohadacho killed Kiowa Kwahadi language lived in East Louisiana Purchase Medicine Lodge moccasins needed Caddo help Origins and Society peace Place of Crying plains pottery Quanah Parker Quanah raided white settlements reservation lands Sabine River saw the Comanche smallpox Spanish spirits tepee travois Turkey Dance Vision Quest White Bread white settlers wore breechcloths