Caddos

Joey Naja

Society

The caddo society was split into several differently named groups. The society was run by religious political leaders passed down through generations.

Shelter

The caddo's used grass houses. Every house was unique some domed, some tall and some large enough to fit 30 people.

Location

The caddo lived in the northern Coastal Plains and a small portion lived in Louisiana.

Hunting

Caddo hunters primarily used bows and arrows.

Weapons/Tools

Farmers to Worriers used tools from hoes to flaming arrows.

Government

There were confederacies, groups part of a larger association. They had village elders who were leaders of each settlement.

Where Are They Now?

descendants living in present-day Oklahoma

Unique Facts or Charicteristics

matrilineal, confederacies, known for beautiful pottery