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  2. Caddo Public Schools (Louisiana) - Wikipedia

    Caddo Public Schools is a school district based in Shreveport, Louisiana, United States. The district serves all of Caddo Parish . History [ edit] In 1965, the board was sued by Shreveport pastor and civil rights leader E. Edward Jones and his wife, Leslie, to compel, successfully, the desegregation of Caddo Parish public schools. [1]

  3. Caddo Mills High School - Wikipedia

    Caddo Mills High School is a public school located in Caddo Mills, Texas . It is part of the Caddo Mills Independent School District. In 2013, the school was rated "Met Standard" by the Texas Education Agency. The growth of nearby Dallas has caused a rise in enrollment in recent years. References

  4. Caddo Mills Independent School District - Wikipedia

    Caddo Mills Independent School District is a public school district based in Caddo Mills, Texas . The district serves students in southwestern Hunt County. In 2009, the school district was rated "recognized" by the Texas Education Agency. Schools. Caddo Mills High School (Grades 9–12) Caddo Mills Middle School (Grades 7–8)

  5. North Caddo High School - Wikipedia

    Red and black. Nickname. Titans. Website. www .northcaddo .com. North Caddo High School is a public high school in Vivian, Louisiana. The school is a part of Caddo Public Schools .

  6. Caddo and Choctaw Railroad - Wikipedia

    The C&CRR was incorporated April 19, 1907, in Arkansas, for the stated purpose of constructing, owning, operating, and maintaining a railroad from Rosboro in Pike County to a point near Langley, Arkansas, also in Pike County, about 23 miles. [1] One source indicates the ultimate goal was to extend to Ft. Smith. [2]

  7. Caddo - Wikipedia

    The Caddo people comprise the Caddo Nation of Oklahoma, a federally recognized tribe headquartered in Binger, Oklahoma.They speak the Caddo language.. The Caddo Confederacy was a network of Indigenous peoples of the Southeastern Woodlands, who historically inhabited much of what is northeast Texas, west Louisiana, southwestern Arkansas, and southeastern Oklahoma.

  8. Hasinai - Wikipedia

    The Hasinai Confederacy ( Caddo: Hasíinay [2]) was a large confederation of Caddo -speaking Native Americans who occupied territory between the Sabine and Trinity rivers in eastern Texas. Today, their descendants are enrolled in the Caddo Nation of Oklahoma and the Natchitoches Tribe of Louisiana. Contents 1 Name 2 Government 3 History