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Adai-Caddo Tribal Princesses

Posted by on Aug 5, 2014 in Adai Community News | 0 comments

Laura Alford 1996-1997 & Laura Teer 1997-1998   Tabetha Flores 1999-2000   Lacie Simmons 2000-2001   Stacy Keele 2001-2002   Katie Johnson 2002-2003 & Alisha Duval 2003-2004   Ava Solice 2004-2005   Samantha Behrens 2005-2006 & Katelynn Ashley 2006-2007   Kimberlin Moore 2007-2008   Colleen Solice 2008-2009   Scarlet Vargas 2009-2010   Heather French 2010-2011   Jada Cagle 2011-2012   Sarah Desadier 2012-2013   Tiffany Brown...

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Adai Caddo Tribal Meeting Saturday August 2, 2014 Highlights

Posted by on Aug 5, 2014 in Adai Community News | 0 comments

We had our Shreveport Tribal Meeting this past weekend and we had a very great turn out. Many people who couldn’t attend called ahead to let us know how they are sorry for not catching this meeting but will attend the next one. Our meeting started off with Chief Davis talking about tribal status and some very interesting history. Chief called several people up to talk in a group, those talking and sharing old stories and remembering old times included Dee Niette Thompson, Joe Davis, Chuck Davis, Charlie Davis, Joe Bill Davis, Chief Rufus...

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Tribal Meeting August 2, 2014

Posted by on Jul 23, 2014 in Adai Community News | 0 comments

To all tribal members We will have a tribal meeting to update members on tribal status. This meeting will be in Shreveport on Saturday August 2. 2014 at 9:00 A.M. at the Gabriel Church Hall at Sacred Heart Catholic Church 4736 Lyba Street Shreveport, LA. 71109. We will have lunch so please bring a dish and drinks to share with everyone.We will eat lunch at 11;30. This is one of several meetings planned for our people that lives away so maybe one will be convenient for you to attend but if you can attend this one, please do.  If you have any...

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Tribal Grants Information for College Help

Posted by on May 14, 2014 in Adai Community News | 0 comments

There are numerous foundations to support minorities seeking funding for school or college and they change from year to year. Please Google grant foundations to seek grants to help minorities and apply as an American Indian. Your membership of the Adai Caddo Nation, a state recognized tribe gives you a status as an American Indian minority to apply for these grants.   IMPORTANT NOTE Please do not apply for grants for American Indians because most of these grants are for federal tribes and we would not qualify. But applying as a minority...

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A Word from Chief Davis

Posted by on Jun 24, 2013 in Welcome From The Nation | 0 comments

A Word from Chief Davis

Welcome to the Adai Caddo Indian Nation. We look forward to sharing our rich culture, tradition, and heritage with our members,  other American Indian Nations, and non-native communities. The Adai Caddo Cultural Center is a place of gathering, sharing, celebration and bringing awareness of  the many different Native Indian tribes and cultures of the Americas. Join us by making the Adai Caddo Cultural Center your destination when you...

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Adai Caddo Cultural Center

Posted by on Jun 24, 2013 in Adai Caddo Cultural Center | 0 comments

Adai Caddo Cultural Center

Adai Caddo Cultural Center is one of Louisiana’s Best kept Secrets! Mission Statement: To raise awareness and appreciation for the culture, tradition, and heritage of the Adai Caddo Indian Nation by creating a kinship system that empowers the Nation to connect with other Native Americans tribes as well as non-Native communities through education and celebration. Celebrate the history, culture, arts and achievements of American Indians with storytelling, dancing, music and more. Since 1989, when Chief Davis accepted his role as Chief of The...

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Adai Caddo History

Posted by on Jun 24, 2013 in Adai Caddo History | 0 comments

Adai Caddo History

Brief History of the Adai Caddo Indian Nation: Considering the fact that Native Americans were the first people on this continent, it should stand to reason that Native American history, art, folk tales, literature, spiritual beliefs, and language would be a major focus in American History. Instead, the contributions and historical data of many Native American Nations have been absent from American History books leaving a void in the history of America’s true beginnings. Americans who make a personal investment in discovering the true...

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Protected: Adai Caddo Tribal Members

Posted by on Jun 24, 2013 in Members Only | Enter your password to view comments.

Protected: Adai Caddo Tribal Members

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Sponsorship

Posted by on Jun 24, 2013 in Sponsorship | 0 comments

Sponsorship

Who we are:   The Adai Indian is a Native American Tribal Nation based on its traditional homelands in the west-central region of Louisiana. The Nation, headed by Chief Rufus Davis, earned official recognition as a tribal nation for its cultural contributions to the state of Louisiana and the world. The Adai Caddo Cultural Center has a significant presence in the Natchitoches and Robeline communities.  This historic center also serves as the tribal office and a place of gathering for members of the Adai Caddo Indian Nation. Goals of the...

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Photo Gallery

Posted by on Jun 24, 2013 in Photo Gallery | 0 comments

Photo Gallery

           

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