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Finding Sha'chahdínnih (Timber Hill): The Last Village of the Kadohadacho in the Caddo Homeland

Mark L. Parsons, Jim Bruseth, Jacques Bagur and Claude McCrocklin
Plains Anthropologist
Vol. 47, No. 182 (August 2002), pp. 231-249
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25669780
Page Count: 19
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Finding Sha'chahdínnih (Timber Hill): The Last Village of the Kadohadacho in the Caddo Homeland
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Abstract

The site of the last village of the Kadohadacho Caddo in the Caddo homeland region, known as Sha'chahdínnih or Timber Hill (41MR211), has been located in Marion County, Texas. This article gives an account of the history of the Kadohadacho Confederacy before, during, and after their occupation of Timber Hill, a discussion of the process that led to discovery of the site, and a description of archaeological excavations that confirmed its identity.

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