CADDO: 1,000 (A History of the Shreveport Area from the Time of the Caddo Indians to the 1970s)

By: Viola Carruth

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BH3 - A 2nd edition hardcover book in very good condition in poor dust jacket that is mylar protected. Dust jacket has tears, open tears, and tape tears on the edges, corners and some sides, scattered scratches, rubbing, stains and soiled patches, tanning, and shelf wear. Book has previous owner's inscription written on the back of the front free endpaper, tanning and light shelf wear. 9.25"x6.25", 239 pages. Satisfaction Guaranteed. The Caddo Nation is a confederacy of several Southeastern Native American tribes. Their ancestors historically inhabited much of what is now East Texas, Louisiana, and portions of southern Arkansas and Oklahoma. They were descendants of the Caddoan Mississippian culture that constructed huge earthwork mounds at several sites in this territory. In the early 19th century, Caddo people were forced to a reservation in Texas; they were removed to Indian Territory in 1859. Today, the Caddo Nation of Oklahoma is a federally recognized tribe with its capital at Binger, Oklahoma. Descendants of the historic Caddo tribes, with documentation of at least 1/16 ancestry, are eligible to enroll as members in the Caddo Nation. The several Caddo languages have converged into a single language.

Title: CADDO: 1,000 (A History of the Shreveport Area from the Time of the Caddo Indians to the 1970s)

Author: Viola Carruth

Categories: History, Louisiana, American Indians, History: U.S.,

Edition: 2nd Edition

Publisher: Shreveport, Louisiana, Shreveport Magazine: 1971

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: Poor

Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

Book ID: ec52604