Caddo County, Oklahoma:Museums in Caddo County, Oklahoma, People from Caddo County, Oklahoma, Cyril, Oklahoma, Apache, Oklahoma, Anadarko, Oklahoma, Carnegie, Oklahoma, Binger, Oklahoma, Hinton, Oklahoma, Cement, Oklahoma, Hydro, Oklahoma, Fort Cobb, Oklahoma
Excerpt from Survey of the Schools of Caddo Parish: With Special Reference to the City of Shreveport, L. A., Made by the United States Bureau of Education, Washington, D. C., April 12, 1922 The major portion of the time was given to the schools of the city, but enough of the rural schools were visited and enough tests given to form a good idea of the work of these schools. The aim of the report is to describe the condition of the schools and to point out what should be done to improve the educational system of the parish. It is not suggested that all the recommendations be adopted at once, but certain things should be done right now. The one outstanding problem is the build ing problem, which should receive the immediate attention of the school board and of the people of the city of Shreveport. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.
Caddoan Mississippian culture:Caddoan peoples, Pawnee people, Spiro Mounds, Caddoan Mounds State Historic Site, Belcher Mound Site, Fourche Maline culture, Gahagan Mounds Site, Arikara people, Caddo language, Nadaco, Kichai people, Yatasi, Nacogdoche, Neche tribe
Native American tribes in Arkansas:Caddo, Caddoan peoples, Pawnee people, Binger, Oklahoma, Ghost Dance, Yowani Choctaws, Spiro Mounds, Caddoan Mississippian culture, Stomp dance, Caddoan Mounds State Historic Site, Fourche Maline culture, Pacaha, Arikara people
Native American tribes in Arkansas ab 16.99 EURO Caddo, Caddoan peoples, Pawnee people, Binger, Oklahoma, Ghost Dance, Yowani Choctaws, Spiro Mounds, Caddoan Mississippian culture, Stomp dance, Caddoan Mounds State Historic Site, Fourche Maline culture, Pacaha, Arikara people
Taking an archaeological perspective on the past, Jeffrey S. Girard traces native human habitation in northwest Louisiana from the end of the last Ice Age, through the formation of the Caddo culture in the tenth century BCE, to the early nineteenth century. Employing the results of recent scientific investigations, The Caddos and Their Ancestors depicts a distinct and dynamic population spanning from precolonial times to the dawn of the modern era.Girard grounds his research in the material evidence that defined Caddo culture long before the appearance of Europeans in the late seventeenth century. Reliance solely on documented observations by explorers and missionaries?which often reflect a Native American population with a static past?propagates an incomplete account of history. By using specific archaeological techniques, Girard reveals how the Caddos altered their lives to cope with ever-changing physical and social environments across thousands of years. This illuminating approach contextualizes the remnants of houses, mounds, burials, tools, ornaments, and food found at Native American sites in northwest Louisiana. Through ample descriptions and illustrations of these archaeological finds, Girard deepens understanding of the social organization, technology, settlement, art, and worldviews of this resilient society. This long-overdue examination of an often-overlooked cultural force provides a thorough yet concise history of the 14,000 years the Caddo people and their predecessors survived and thrived in what is now Louisiana.
Native American history of Oklahoma:Trail of Tears, Choctaw, Dawes Act, Pawnee people, Sauk people, Cherokee freedmen controversy, Shawnee, Battle of Little Robe Creek, Seminole, Great Sioux War of 1876, Spiro Mounds, Potawatomi Trail of Death, Comanche-Mexico War, Caddo
Native American history of Oklahoma ab 22.99 EURO Trail of Tears, Choctaw, Dawes Act, Pawnee people, Sauk people, Cherokee freedmen controversy, Shawnee, Battle of Little Robe Creek, Seminole, Great Sioux War of 1876, Spiro Mounds, Potawatomi Trail of Death, Comanche-Mexico War, Caddo