Caddo Tribe

Caddo Tribe - Caddo Native Americans TheCaddowere...

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Caddo Native Americans The Caddo were  farmers who lived  in East Texas.  There were two  main groups of the  Caddo in Texas.
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Caddo Region The Caddo lived in east  Texas in the piney  forests.  (Piney Woods) This is a good climate  for farming. There are  many springs, creeks,  streams and several  large rivers in this  area. 
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Caddo Trade Bows and arrows  were the favorite  weapon for hunting  and for war. The bois  de arc only grows in  this region, so the  Caddo had all the bois  de arc wood.  They made bows to  trade with other Indian  tribes 
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Caddo Trade The women made pottery to use and for trade. The Caddo also traded some of their crops for things they needed.
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Caddo Shelter The Caddo lived in  tall cone shaped  grass huts. To  build a hut, they  made a wood  frame and covered  it with cut cane  and long grasses.
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Caddo Shelter These huts were 
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2011 for the course EL ED 365 taught by Professor Brothermercier during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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