TAYSHAS def. Among the Caddo's Tayshas was the word for friends...


www.CaddoPottery.com :||: My apprentice Kah-win-hut (Chase Earles's) site dedicated to the discovery and research of the method of our ancestors pottery. Here he documents his research and discovery with logs, references, images, and sources as well as displaying his art.

www.CaddoLegacy.com :||: Caddo Artists site dedicated to providing material on the leading artisans of the Caddo nation.

University of Oklahoma Website :||: Videos of Jeri create her pottery.

Arkansas Educational Television Network "We shall remain", "Arkansas's First People" :||: AETN creates "Arkansas's First People", companion to WGBH's production "We Shall Remain". Jeri is featured in this clip.

Texas Beyond History, University of Texas :||: Jeri's story about reviving Caddo Pottery.

The 52nd Annual Caddo Conference :||: The first Caddo Conference was held in 1946 on the campus of the University of Oklahoma. Now more than 60 years later, the Caddo Conference is still going strong, and the 2010 Caddo Conference will be the 52nd meeting.


National Museum of the American Indian :||: Features a major collection of Caddo artifacts, including Jeri's pottery. One piece "Intertwining Scrolls" on loan to the White House.
Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History :||: Features many Caddo artifacts, and one of the best collections of Caddo Pottery, including Jeri's pottery.
Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History :||: Featuring artifacts of Caddo culture and pottery from Jeri.
The Gilcrease Museum of the Americas :||: Contains an excellent collection of Caddo pottery vessels.
Idabel Museum of the Red River :||: One of the finest collections of Caddo pottery, including one by Jeri on display.
Oklahoma History Center :||: An outstanding Native American exhibit, including a vessel by Jeri.

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