When the Caddo lived in Texas before the Spanish explorers came over and stole their land they had only stone tools to use instead of our modern day power tools. The Caddo hunters mostly used bows and arrows. When the Caddo fought they used bow, arrows, lances, and tomahawks. The farmers used hoes and spades to farm crops. The Caddo made their tools from wood, carved bone, and mussel shells. They also made heavy stone axes for cutting

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