Texas: How Texas Historians Write About The Pre-A.D. 1685 Caddo Peoples Of Texas
Timothy K. Perttula, 2012
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In ancestral times, beginning in the ninth century AD, long before Europeans came to what became Texas and the United States, the Caddo Indians established themselves as mound builders, expert traders and artisans, and eventually accomplished farmers as well as the most socially complex Native American...
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