Lower Louisiana Indian Agency

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Lower Louisiana Indian Agency
Lower Louisiana Indian Agency

Caddo, Quapaw, Pascagoula, Apalachee, Biloxi, Koasti, Taensa, Alabama, Shawnee, Delaware, other small bands including roaming Indians from Texas (then part of Mexico)

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History

An agency was established in 1804 and was located at Natchitoches. It was sometimes called the Natchitoches Agency and at other times the Lower Louisiana Agency. About 1821, the agency was moved to Sulphur Fork in Arkansas Territory and from that time on was called the Red River Agency.

Records

Most of the early records of this agency are filed under Red River Agency or Caddo Agency.

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