by: mia tatum
how their food was obtained
the Caddo people farmed, hunted, and fished for their food.
special traditions they had and/or religion
the caddo were polytheistic which means they believed in more than one god.
organization of leadership
for hundreds of years, the ancient Caddo people built earthen mounds in the special places where their leaders and priests lived.
where are they located now or what became of them
most of the Caddo traditionally lived in the Piney Woods, which is now in areas known as East Texas, southern Arkansas, western Louisiana, and southeastern Oklahoma. they now have names/ language in Caddo
unique facts or characteristics
- Caddo Indian men wore breech cloths, sometimes with leather leggings to protect their legs
- Caddo women wore wraparound skirts and poncho tops made of woven fiber and deerskin
- Both genders wore earrings and moccasins
- Storytelling is very important to the Caddo Indian culture