by: Landri Brandt
Type of food the caddoes ate
the caddoes farmed corn, beans, pumpkins, squashes, watermelons, sunflowers, and tobacco. Hunting for bear, deer, small mammals, and birds was important, as were fishing and gathering shellfish, nuts, berries, seeds, and roots they fished because the were near the coast so it was convenient
how the caddoes food was obtained
The caddoes obtained there food by the men would hunt and fish and women would gather food like berries and acorns
what wepons and tools they used
the Caddo used bow and arrows for hunting, and fisherman caught fish and shellfish with basket traps.
Special traditions they had and Religion
the Caddoes religion was polytheist witch meant they believed in more than one god and they also believed in getting people to come to the after world with them
where they are located now and what became of them
a large number of caddos now live near Binger,Oklahoma. Now the chief of a band can be men or woman
fun facts about the caddo
- the caddo comes from the Indian world Kadohadacho, witch means "true chiefs"
- Most Caddos speak English today, but some people, especially elders, also speak their native Caddo language. Caddo is an endangered language because most children are not learning it anymore.