Caddo Artifacts

9:15am

Tue April 29, 2014
Arts

'Caddo Connections' sets up research-driven view of Caddo culture

The regional archeologist for northwest Louisiana, based at Northwestern State University in Natchitoches, is out with a book this month that examines the dynamic cultural landscape of the Caddo people and their complex connections with the greater Native American community in the Southeastern U.S.

Jeffrey Girard is the co-author of “Caddo Connections: Cultural Interactions Within and Beyond the Caddo World.” Girard says the book traces the Caddo Indians over 1,000 years and compiles a decade of the latest research.

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8:58am

Tue October 1, 2013
Local

Nacogdoches researchers prepare to repatriate Caddo artifacts

Zachary Selden, Ph.D., creates 3-D renderings of Caddo bowls and jars using a high-tech imaging device.
Credit Texas A&M University

A research associate at the Center for Regional Heritage Research at Stephen F. Austin State University is wrapping up 3-D scanning and analysis of dozens of prehistoric Caddo artifacts that will be returned to the Caddo Nation this fall. At least 130 museums have human remains and funerary objects affiliated with the Caddo Nation of Oklahoma, according to its cultural preservation office.

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