Caddo Mounds
The Caddo who lived in Texas were called the
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Caddo Mounds State Historic Site is located in
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The Davis site Caddo Mounds consists of _____________ large earthen mounds, as well as a large portion of a prehistoric village
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Mound B measures roughly 175 feet north-south and
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The name Caddo comes from the French abbreviation of Kadohadacho, a word meaning
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The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department acquired seventy acres at the site and established the Caddo Mounds State Historic Site in
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Mounds were made from soil dug from large holes called
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Scholars now believe that Early Caddos, probably from the Red River area to the northeast, founded a permanent settlement at the site sometime between
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One of the best known and intensively investigated Indian sites in Texas is known to archaeologists as
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The first professional archaeologist to examine the mounds was
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The first systematic excavations at the Davis site were conducted by the Work Projects Administration and the University of Texas archaeologist H. Perry Newell from
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Scientists now know that the Davis Site served as the regional center for this area for almost ________ years.
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The Caddoan houses were
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The celebration which celebrated the harvesting of crops and preparing for the winter was the
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At the Davis site, the northernmost mound was used for
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The Davis site appears to have been abandoned around
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The archaeologist from Arizona collected surface artifacts in 1933 was
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The Caddo Mounds State Historic Site consists of ____________ acres.
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Monk's Mound, outside St. Louis is larger than the biggest pyramid in Egypt.
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Archaeologists who have excavated burial mounds have discovered that some of the Caddo tombs contain the remains of more than one person.
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Scholars believe that this area was chosen because it had many of the resources needed for the establishment of a village: good soil, abundant food, and a permanent water source.
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The Caddo were part of a locally segregated religious culture that was found only in Texas, Louisiana and parts of southern Oklahoma.
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When Europeans arrived in the area in the eighteenth century, the Caddoan groups they encountered lived in small villages and had ceased to build mounds.
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New temples were built near the old ones, a foot or two away from the charred remains of the old one with carefully placed fresh soil separating the two.
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All of the villages had mounds, however, not all villages had temples for the priests, just the important ones.
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