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Lincoln Parish’s first people

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Canadians refer to Native Americans as “The First People.”

The Lincoln Parish Museum is offering a glimpse into the lives of these “First People”with an exhibit donated to the Lincoln Parish Museum by W.W. Todd.

Artifacts found at the Lincoln Parish Native American village sites and surrounding parish sites show that the earliest residents were members of the Caddoen Culture (750-1700A.D.), Coles Creek Culture (800-1000A.D.) and Ouachita Culture (1000-1700A.D.).

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