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Indian Tribal Histories: Caddo – Cutalchich. Our tribal history pages represent a cross-index of specific pages on our site relevant to a tribe. These pages are not meant to replace our search, which should be used to find a much larger amount of mentions for each tribe, but to provide a quick reference point for researchers to find a larger quantity of material for a specific tribe.

Caddo Indians

Cahinnio Indians

Cahita Indians

Cahokia Indians

Cahuilla Indians

  • Cahuilla Indians of California
    This account of the Cahuilla, one of the largest surviving tribes in southern California, represents the work of Lucile Hooper as University of California research fellow in anthropology in 1918. There is a considerable body of published literature on the Cahuilla and other Indian tribes of southern California, but no intensive monograph upon any one tribe nor a satisfactory comprehensive treatment of the region. The literature being so scattered, its citation would have resulted in innumerable detailed cross-references in foot notes, which the ethnological specialist in this field would scarcely need, and which would not be of much aid to the novice. The list of the more important works given at the end of this paper will probably meet the requirements of most readers.
  • Condition of the Mission Indians of California in 1890
  • California Indian Missions

Cajuenche Indians

Calapooya Indians

California Indians

Calusa Indians

Camp McDowell Indians

Campo Indians (Mission Indians)

Canarsee Indians

Caparaz Indians

Cape Fear Indians

Capinan Indians

Carrizo Indians

Cascangue Indians

Castake Indians

Catawba Indians

Cathlacomatup Indians

Cathlacumup Indians

Cathlakaheckit Indians

Cathlamet Indians

Cathlanahquiah Indians

Cathlapotle Indians

Cathlathlalas Indians

Caughnawaga Indians

Cayuga Indians

Cayuse Indians

Chakchiuma Indians

Chakankni Indians

Chaouacha Indians

Chaquantie Indians

Chaskpe Indians

Chasta Indians

Chastacosta Indians

Chatot Indians

Chaui Indians (Grand Pawnee)

Chaushila Indians

Chawasha Indians

Chehalis Indians

Chelamela Indians

Chelan Indians

Chemehuevi Indians

Chepenafa Indians

Chepoussa Indians

Cheraw Indians

Cherokee Indians

Chesapeake Indians

Chetco Indians

Cheyenne Indians

Chiaha Indians

Chiakanessou Indians

Chickahominy Indians

Chickamauga Indians

Chickasaw Indians

Chilliwack Indians

Chilluckittequaw Indians

Chilucan Indians

Chilula Indians

Chimakum Tribe

Chimakuan Indians

Chimalakwe Indians

Chimariko Indians

Chine Indians

Chinook Indians

Chippewa Indians

Chiricahua Apache Indians

Chitimacha Indians

Chiwere Indians

Choctaw Indians

  • Choctaw Tribe - Hodge
    Choctaw Tribe – An exhaustive resource for anyone researching the history, culture, genealogy, names, towns, treaties or ethnology of the Choctaw Nation.

Choptank Indians

Chorruco Indians

Choula Indians

Chowanoc Indians

Chumash Indians

Clackama Indians

Clallam Indians

Clatsop Indians

Chowchilla Indians

Clowwewalla Indians

Coahuiltecan Indians

Coanopa Indians

Coaque Indians

Cochimi Indians

Cochiti Indians

Coconoon Indians

Cocopa Indians

Coeur d’Alene Indians (Skitswish)

Cojoya Indians

Columbia Indians

Colville Indians

Comanche Indians

Comeya Indians

Concow Indians

Congaree Indians

Conoy Indians

Conestoga Indians (Susquehanna)

Coosa Indians

Coosuc Indians

Copalis Indians

Copehan Indians

Coranine Indians

Coree Indians

Costanoan Indians

Cosumni Indians

Cotonam Indians

Cowichan Indians

Cowlitz Indians

Coyoteros Indians

Cree Indians

Creek Indians

Croatan Indians

Crow Indians

Cuñeil Indians

Cupeño Indians

Cusabo Indians

Cuscarawaoc Indians

Cutalchich Indians



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Indian Tribes of the United States Compiled by AccessGenealogy. Copyright 1999-2013, all rights reserved. AccessGenealogy.com. Web. 28 July 2014. http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/indian-tribal-histories-c-tribes.htm - Last updated on Dec 18th, 2013


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