- current events, meetings, Constitution, legal information.
Caddo.Com - unofficial website, election information,
E-Project - songs, readings in Caddo, and animated stories, project of Michael Sheyahshe
< photo by Brian Levy
- Tracy Burrows - Caddo/Delaware dance regalia
Cannon - Caddo/Kiowa/Choctaw
artist, images on Windsor Betts Art Brokerage House
- Chase Earles - Caddo ceramic artist
Edmonds - full-blood storyteller and artist, working in pencil and prismacolor
- Niki Lee - Caddo/Arikara painter and printmaker from San Francisco, CA
Kionut - Caddo musician who plays water drum and rattles
Nahtanaba - Caddo artist, working with metal sculpture, ceramics, oil painting, and
- Terry Pickard / Apache
Art Company - Native American education in the United Kingdom by Caddo/Apache/Delaware/Wichita
- Jereldine Redcorn- Caddo-Potawatomi ceramic artist
Sheyahshe - Caddo
multimedia and education, web design, graphic design, computer animation,
video production and editing.
- Thompson Williams - Caddo painter from Edmond, OK
- Nusht'uhti?ti? Hasinay: Caddo
(with 2 audio CD's), produced by Kiwat Hasinay Foundation, speaker Randlett
Edmonds, Richardson, TX: Various Indian Peoples Publishing, 2003.
- Tsa Ch'ayah/How The Turtle
Got Its Squares, produced by Kiwat Hasinay Foundation, told
by Sadie Bedoka Weller, translated by Wallace Chafe, illustrated by Robin
Michelle Montoya, Philadelphia: Xlibris Corporation, 2005.
- Bolton, Herbert Eugene.
The Hasinais: Southern Caddoans As Seen by the Earliest Europeans.
Norman: University of Oklahoma, 1987.
- Carter, Cecile Elkins.
Caddo Indians: Where We Come from. Norman: University
of Oklahoma Press, 1995.
- Dorsey, George A. and
Wallace L. Chafe. Tradition of the Caddo (Sources of American Indian
Oral Literature). University of Nebraska Press, 1997.
- Newkumet, Vynola Beaver
and Howard L. Meredith. Hasinai: A Traditional History of the Caddo
Confederacy. College Station, TX: Texas A&M University Press,
- Perttula, Timothy K. and
Thomas R. Hester. The Caddo Nation: Archaeological and Ethnohistoric
Perspectives (Texas Archaeology and Ethnohistory Series). Austin:
University of Texas Press, 1997.
- Smith, F. Todd. The
Caddo Indians: Tribes at the Convergence of Empires, 1542-1854. College
Station, TX: Texas A&M University Press, 1995.
- Smith, F. Todd. The
Caddos, the Wichitas, and the United States, 1846-1901 (Centennial Series
of the Association of Former Students, Texas A & M University, No. 64).
College Station, TX: Texas A&M University Press, 1996.
- Swanton, John R. and Helen
Hornbeck Tanner. Source Material on the History and Ethnology of
the Caddo Indians. Norman: University of Oklahoma, 1996.