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About the Caddo Indian Flag  __ "The Caddo Indian Flag, at first glance, is a brilliant display of color and heritage. However, this tribal banner represents more than the eye can see. It stands for a nation of people with roots so old they seem to have always existed." History ad image of the Caddo Indian Flag - illustrated - From -

About Caddo Indians Today __ "The Caddo Nation is today a federally recognized tribe of the United States, subject to both the laws of that country and to its own tribal laws." Brief article but covers many aspects of the Caddo. - From -

Caddo __ "Today the Caddo Nation is a cohesive tribe with its capital at Binger, Oklahoma, and the Caddoan dialects have converged into a single language. The current Chairperson of the Caddo is LaRue Parker...." An encyclopedic article with links to related materials. - illustrated - From wikipedia -

Caddo Indian History __ "According to tribal traditions the lower Red river of Louisiana was the early home of the Caddo, from which they spread to the northwest, and south. Several of the lakes and streams connected with this river bear Caddo names, as do some of the counties and some of the towns which cover ancient village sites." Overview of Caddo history and culture. - From -

Caddo Indian Memorial __ "The Caddo Indian Memorial is located on the site of a Native-American burial ground on the outskirts of Norman (Montgomery County) on Arkansas Highway 8 East." A description of the monument and some history. - illustrated - From -


The Caddo Indians __ "The Caddo lived in several tribal groups in southwest Arkansas and nearby areas of Texas, Louisiana, and Oklahoma from A.D. 1000 to about A.D. 1800. When visited by Spanish and French explorers around 1700, they were organized into three allied confederacies, ..." A good overview of the Caddo which would be good for elementary grades. - From -

The Caddo Indians, Texas Indians __ Information about the tribe's culture and history from the Handbook of Texas Indians. - From -

Caddo Nation - Encyclopedia of Arkansas __ "Caddo Indians enter written history in chronicles of the Hernando de Soto expedition, which describe encounters during the Spanish passage through southwest Arkansas."  An encyclopedic article plus links to other materials. - From -

Caddo Language and the Caddo Indian Tribe __ "Caddo language information and the culture, history and genealogy of the Caddo Indians." - From -

Facts for Kids: Caddo Indians __ "Information about the Caddo Indians for students and teachers. Facts about Caddo Indian clothing, food, houses, artifacts, legends, and custom" You will also find links to many other resources. - illustrated - From -

KIDS Only? > World of the Caddo __ Information about Caddo history, lifestyle, and the mounds. - illustrated - From -

Lesson Planning, Lesson Plan Formats and Lesson Plan Ideas __ How to produce a lesson plan and not just for Indian tribes either. - From -

Teaching about the Caddo Indians __ "The lesson on the Caddo, Making a Caddo Circle Book, was created by TBH Educational Consultant Dr. Mary Black. In this innovative lesson, students write, draw, and use mathematics to create a short booklet about the Caddo Indians."  Goals, procedure and materials. - From -

Welcome to the Caddo Nation of Oklahoma __ Official website of the Caddo Nation. History, community, government, more. - illustrated - From -




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