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Posted: Dec 14 2006, 08:41 PM
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l spent about a week once in Nvdagi listening to some old tales told by a Caddo elder about their battles with the Conquistadores.

He showed me an obsidian bladed dagger which had been in his family, passed down from generation to generation, which had actually been used in that time period. The blade he said was obtained in trade with an additional number of other items long gone... from the Aztecs. This would make it according to his family's oral tradition one of the last trade items ever bartered from the Aztecs before the Spaniards destroyed them.


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Posted: Dec 14 2006, 08:56 PM
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l spent about a week once in Nvdagi listening to some old tales told by a Caddo elder about their battles with the Conquistadores.

He showed me an obsidian bladed dagger which had been in his family, passed down from generation to generation, which had actually been used in that time period. The blade he said was obtained in trade with an additional number of other items long gone... from the Aztecs. This would make it according to his family's oral tradition one of the last trade items ever bartered from the Aztecs before the Spaniards destroyed them.

Thanks Wahya! I would love to hear more! Being a Texan, I always thought there were lots of fascinating untold stories!


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When the Caddo took me to this one mound in particular, it was a long hike back into the wild thicket country. This was truly wild country. lt had always been wild country.

lt was july, and it was HOT.

lt was easy to peer through the brush and imagine seeing it how it was centuries ago. This was land which had never been bulldozed or paved. lt was clean. lt was pure.

Land like that is sacred to me.

When we got to the site, l asked to go one ahead alone to greet the spirits there. l wanted to feel the energy from a mound which had never, ever been desecrated.


And it was all l hoped it would be.

This was a pilgrammage for me. lt was a communion.

l left an offering of some tobacco and 0hio Flint Ridge flint for the ghosts, and one of my hand-made steatite platform pipes.

And l stayed there for a while with my Caddo friends trading stories of days long gone.

This place is rarely shown to outsiders, and even then only to ones they consider very good friends. lt helps being native myself.

lt was a gift to be there and watch the sun set, and then rise again, from that mound.


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Posted: Dec 14 2006, 09:33 PM
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When the Caddo took me to this one mound in particular, it was a long hike back into the wild thicket country. This was truly wild country. lt had always been wild country.

lt was july, and it was HOT.

lt was easy to peer through the brush and imagine seeing it how it was centuries ago. This was land which had never been bulldozed or paved. lt was clean. lt was pure.

Land like that is sacred to me.

When we got to the site, l asked to go one ahead alone to greet the spirits there. l wanted to feel the energy from a mound which had never, ever been desecrated.


And it was all l hoped it would be.

This was a pilgrammage for me. lt was a communion.

l left an offering of some tobacco and 0hio Flint Ridge flint for the ghosts, and one of my hand-made steatite platform pipes.

And l stayed there for a while with my Caddo friends trading stories of days long gone.

This place is rarely shown to outsiders, and even then only to ones they consider very good friends. lt helps being native myself.

lt was a gift to be there and watch the sun set, and then rise again, from that mound.

I'm happy for you Wahya! I've been to East Texas many times and it's a beautiful place! Very Peaceful! Caddo Lake was so mystical to me! Corporations better keep their grubby hands off of it and not pollute it! angryNEW.gif


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And the fishing is excellent.

We caught some monster catfish in the Sabine River.


Problem now it you need to be careful back there. They've run the meth makers out of the cities and they build shacks for meth production in the backwoods.

Don't go out there unarmed.

0r alone.


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Posted: Dec 14 2006, 09:55 PM
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And the fishing is excellent.

We caught some monster catfish in the Sabine River.


Problem now it you need to be careful back there. They've run the meth makers out of the cities and they build shacks for meth production in the backwoods.

Don't go out there unarmed.

0r alone.

Unfortunately, that's the way it is anywhere there is acerage! I loved visiting my relatives in Central Texas! Now, it's probably full of meth labs! Damn Shame!!!!


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Over the past few months I've gradually been able to resume my projects in the archaeology of my immediate surroundings. Usually I don't mess with the more recent stuff and I avoid places where I suspect burials might be. However, a few yards behind my house I began to find extremely old lithic material of the kind I found so much of in my previous excavation of an old occupation site which is now inaccessible due to change in ownership. Also I began to find what are probably Caddo or Fourche Maline artifacts eroding from a landform on my immediate neighbor's property. He is quite open to me looking there and gave me permission to make shallow test holes as long as they were not deep enough to cause injuries to his horses. I had come upon charcoal in what I suspected might be an old campfire but excavating about a foot in depth I found no lithics and concluded it might be just the remains of an old prairie fire. I did find a fractured point of banded agate and a couple of large worked cobbles, so I'm fairly certain his pasture is the site of an old camp but I don't intend to pursue it much further than periodically looking for surface artifacts. A few weeks ago, testing a Pleistocene gravel deposit just behind my house I found a complete arrowpoint as I removed the black topsoil. This confirms my theory based upon two similar finds a couple of years ago that my house is situated on top of a Caddo or Fourche Maline site. That and the incidents of ghostly figures which frequently occur inside my house.I think the fact that I try to maintain a respectful attitude toward those more recent ancient residents may account for my unusual good fortune in finding the much older stuff. But then I'm a confirmed woo woo. LOL!


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Posted: Dec 15 2006, 12:16 PM
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You should try the Sam Rayburn Reservoir area.

We went beachcombing around that lake and found all kinds of goodies.

Points, beads, potsherds (including a few reinforced with human bone chips), even part of a platform pipe.

My friend down in the area (near 0ra) is half Caddo and he's amassed a nice private collection of artifacts, including a couple spanish gold coins and the hilt of a Confederate cavalry saber.


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