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Iesh (Aach) (Jose Maria) 1859
(Texas Beyond History Wbesite by U of T Austin, Tejas Exhibit)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 






LIST OF THE HISTORIC CADDI OF THE CADDO BANDS

KahWinHut 5-4-2010

Caddi in Caddo means Chief. The list below represents a compilation and semi-lineage of the many Caddo Chiefs of the different Caddo bands from extended research through many different sources, which are noted. This list is not inteded to be a definitive or exhaustive list, but rather a well researched and organized resource for those that are interested. I welcome any comments or sourced adjustments.

This list if far from finished. I just wanted to get it started and get it out there for people to look at or to give me updates and suggestions. Thanks!

CADDO (KADOHADACHO) HASINAI (HANAI) NATCHITOCHES & YATASI
  Cheocas, 1721
(source: Source Material on the History and Ethnology of the Caddo Indians, John R. Swanton, pp18.)
 
Tinhiouen (Tin-o-win) 1770
(source: Indian Tribes of Oklahoma, Muriel H. Wright, pp.49)
Vigotes (Nacogdoches, Hasinai chief), 1771
(source: Source Material on the History and Ethnology of the Caddo Indians, John R. Swanton, pp70.)
Cocay (Yatasi chief), 1771
(source: Source Material on the History and Ethnology of the Caddo Indians, John R. Swanton, pp70.)

Suato, (Natchitoches chief) 1771
(source: Source Material on the History and Ethnology of the Caddo Indians, John R. Swanton, pp70.)
"Carody" (Old Caddo Chief), 1807
(source: Source Material on the History and Ethnology of the Caddo Indians, John R. Swanton, pp82.)
  Tomoc, 1808 - 1834
(source: Source Material on the History and Ethnology of the Caddo Indians, John R. Swanton, pp83.)
Duhahuit, 1830s - 1833
(source: Life Among the Texas Indians, WPA Narratives, David La Vere, pp28.)
   
Tarshar, 1834
(source: The Texas Indians, David La Vere, pp??..)
   
Red Bear, 1842
(source: Indian Tribes of Oklahoma, Muriel H. Wright, pp.50)
   
Chowawhana, 1842 - 1845
(source: Indian Tribes of Oklahoma, Muriel H. Wright, pp.50)
   
Bin-tah, (Wounded Man), 1843
(source: Source Material on the History and Ethnology of the Caddo Indians, John R. Swanton, pp96.)
  Cho-wee, (The Bow), 1843
(source: Source Material on the History and Ethnology of the Caddo Indians, John R. Swanton, pp96.)
Haso-dib-bar (Bah-sin-de-bar?), 1848
(source: Source Material on the History and Ethnology of the Caddo Indians, John R. Swanton, pp99.)
   
Quinahiwi, 1861
(source: Indian Tribes of Oklahoma, Muriel H. Wright, pp.52)
Kutchaw (Ca-Shao) 1859
(source: Indian Tribes of Oklahoma, Muriel H. Wright, pp.156)
 
 
Showetat (Little Boy) "Caddo George Washington", 1862
(source: Indian Tribes of Oklahoma, Muriel H. Wright, pp.52)
Showetat (Little Boy) "Caddo George Washington", 1862
(source: Indian Tribes of Oklahoma, Muriel H. Wright, pp.52)
 
 
White Deer (White Antelope) Caddo Delegate to the White House 1872
NOT CHIEF, just DELEGATE
(source: Indian Tribes of Oklahoma, Muriel H. Wright, pp.52)
WhiteBread, 1902 - 1913
(Texas Beyond History Wbesite by U of T Austin, Tejas Exhibit)
 
   
Enoch(Enock) Hoag, last Caddo Chief, from 1896 until at least 1927 of Sugar Creek Northern Division (Kaduhadacho)
(source: Indian Tribes of Oklahoma, Muriel H. Wright, pp.53)
(source: Notes on the Caddo, Elsie Clews Parsons and White Moon, pp.10)
Harry Age (Chuitsi) becomes Harry Edge later chief of Southern Division Fort Cobb in 1922.
(source: Notes on the Caddo, Elsie Clews Parsons and White Moon, pp.10)
 


Caddo Clans or Caddo Clan System

Clan Name Clan Name in Caddo
Sun Clan sah-ku
Thunder Clan Ka-gah-hah-nin
Eagle Clan Iwi
Panther Clan Kishi
Raccoon Clan Oot
Beaver Clan Tah-oh
Crow Clan Kah-Kah-ih
Bear Clan Naw-tsi
Wolf Clan Tasha
Buffalo Clan Tanaha
Alligator Clan Kuh-huh

(source: Notes on the Caddo, Elsie Clews Parsons and White Moon, and Mooneypp.12)






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