The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 95, July 1991 - April, 1992 Page: 204
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204 Southwestern Hzstorzcal Quarterly
border into Texas.'" Although the Kadohadacho had greatly assisted
the American cause in the Southwest in the early decades of the nine-
teenth century, their efforts were quickly forgotten by both govern-
ment officials and future historians.
"For an overview of the period from 1815 to 1835, see Glover, "A History of the Caddo
Indians," 907-922, Smith, "On the Convergence of Empnire," 211-251, and Charles H
Lange, "A Report on Data Pertaining to the Caddo I reatv of July 1, 1835-' 'he Historical and
Anthropological Background and Aftclmath," Caddoan Indiant (4 vols , New York. Garland
Publishing, 1974), IV, 159-322
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