Very rare gun . Two were made as presents of Caddo Chiefs in Louisiana. Given as presents by the government.
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According to a Caddoan legend, Caddo Lake was formed by an earthquake. A Caddo Indian Chief was warned by the Great Spirit to move his village from the low lands. The Chief ignored the warning and one day while he and his men were out hunting the ground shook. When they returned, their village was gone beneath the water of the newly formed Caddo Lake. There could be some truth to this story. In 1811 New Madrid, Missouri had an earthquake that measured 8.9. This could have knocked down enough trees to form the great raft that dammed the Red River and formed Caddo Lake.
The Caddo speaking peoples formerly lived in North and South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Louisiana and Texas. I am not famaliar with a particular town in Oklahoma, where they also lived, as having been settled by these peoples. However, when Oklahoma was a territory it was used as a reservation with several different native American peoples esconsed there. According to the official history of "Caddo Oklahoma" the town is named for KADOHADACHO "Real Chief" by the Caddo Indian tribe that once inhabited the area.
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There are many Sioux tribes in the United States and each one has it's own leader. There is no one single Sioux Chief.
It is Powhaton, Powhatan is the chief of the algonquian tribe.
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