The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 95, July 1991 - April, 1992 Page: 176
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Cad(s by Lino Sanchez y Tapia after Jose Maria Sainchez y Tapia, ca. 1 830. Wa-
tercolor, to x 8 inches. From Jean Louis Berlandier, "Indigenes de Mexique.
Voyage de J. Louis Berlan(lier." Courtesy Thomas Gicrease Inslitule o American
History and Arl, Tdusa, Okladhoma. This watercolor of two Caddo Indians near
Nacogdoches was made several decades after the period discussed in this article.
Therefore their dress reflects the increased influence of European-American
cult ure in their lives. This watercolor and another on page 233 of this issue
illustrated Berlandier's report for the 1828 Mexican Boundary Comnmission.
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