The Caddo of Texas
The Caddo Confederacies played an important role in the history of Texas. They united many of the American Indian groups living around them through a complex trade network. When the Europeans encountered the Caddo in 1541, they found settled, successful farmers. In this book readers will learn of Caddo traditions, their encounters with Europeans, struggles with the United States, and how they have reclaimed their culture.
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An Introduction to the Caddo
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The Caddo and the Europeans
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