Caddo Lake (French: Lac Caddo) is a 25,400 acres (10,300 ha) lake and bayou (wetland) on the border between Texas and Louisiana, in northern Harrison County and southern Marion County in Texas and western Caddo Parish in Louisiana. The lake is named after the Southeastern culture of Native Americans called Caddoans or Caddo, who lived in the area until their expulsion in the 19th century. It is an internationally protected wetland under the RAMSAR treaty and includes one of the largest flooded cypress forests in the United States. Caddo is one of Texas's few non-oxbow natural lakes and is the 2nd largest in the South; however, it was artificially altered by the addition of a dam in the 1900s.

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  • Caddo Lake (French: Lac Caddo) is a 25,400 acres (10,300 ha) lake and bayou (wetland) on the border between Texas and Louisiana, in northern Harrison County and southern Marion County in Texas and western Caddo Parish in Louisiana. The lake is named after the Southeastern culture of Native Americans called Caddoans or Caddo, who lived in the area until their expulsion in the 19th century. It is an internationally protected wetland under the RAMSAR treaty and includes one of the largest flooded cypress forests in the United States. Caddo is one of Texas's few non-oxbow natural lakes and is the 2nd largest in the South; however, it was artificially altered by the addition of a dam in the 1900s. (en)
  • Le lac Caddo (Caddo Lake) est un lac de 103 km2, situé sur la frontière entre le Texas et la Louisiane. Il tire son nom d'une tribu indienne autochtone (les Caddo ou Caddoans, expulsée des lieux au XIXe siècle). C'est une zone protégée internationalement par la convention RAMSAR, où pousse la plus grande forêt de cyprès au monde. Le lac Caddo est le deuxième plus grand lac du Sud des États-Unis. Mais il n'a pas gardé son état originel : un barrage y a été construit dans les années 1900. (fr)
  • Il lago Caddo (in inglese: Caddo Lake, in francese: Lac Caddo) è un lago degli Stati Uniti d'America di 103 km², situato nelle zone umide sul confine tra gli Stati di Texas e Louisiana, nel nord della contea di Harrison e nel sud della Contea di Marion nel Texas occidentale, e nella parrocchia di Caddo in Louisiana. Il lago è così chiamato in relazione al popolo nativo americano Caddo o Caddoans, che visse in questa regione dal XVI secolo fino alla sua espulsione nel XIX secolo. Quella del lago Caddo è una zona umida protetta internazionalmente nell'ambito della convenzione di Ramsar. (it)
  • К:Водные объекты по алфавиту Каддо (англ. Caddo Lake) — водохранилище в штатах Техас и Луизиана, США. (ru)
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  • Caddo Lake (French: Lac Caddo) is a 25,400 acres (10,300 ha) lake and bayou (wetland) on the border between Texas and Louisiana, in northern Harrison County and southern Marion County in Texas and western Caddo Parish in Louisiana. The lake is named after the Southeastern culture of Native Americans called Caddoans or Caddo, who lived in the area until their expulsion in the 19th century. It is an internationally protected wetland under the RAMSAR treaty and includes one of the largest flooded cypress forests in the United States. Caddo is one of Texas's few non-oxbow natural lakes and is the 2nd largest in the South; however, it was artificially altered by the addition of a dam in the 1900s. (en)
  • Le lac Caddo (Caddo Lake) est un lac de 103 km2, situé sur la frontière entre le Texas et la Louisiane. Il tire son nom d'une tribu indienne autochtone (les Caddo ou Caddoans, expulsée des lieux au XIXe siècle). C'est une zone protégée internationalement par la convention RAMSAR, où pousse la plus grande forêt de cyprès au monde. Le lac Caddo est le deuxième plus grand lac du Sud des États-Unis. Mais il n'a pas gardé son état originel : un barrage y a été construit dans les années 1900. (fr)
  • Il lago Caddo (in inglese: Caddo Lake, in francese: Lac Caddo) è un lago degli Stati Uniti d'America di 103 km², situato nelle zone umide sul confine tra gli Stati di Texas e Louisiana, nel nord della contea di Harrison e nel sud della Contea di Marion nel Texas occidentale, e nella parrocchia di Caddo in Louisiana. Il lago è così chiamato in relazione al popolo nativo americano Caddo o Caddoans, che visse in questa regione dal XVI secolo fino alla sua espulsione nel XIX secolo. Quella del lago Caddo è una zona umida protetta internazionalmente nell'ambito della convenzione di Ramsar. (it)
  • К:Водные объекты по алфавиту Каддо (англ. Caddo Lake) — водохранилище в штатах Техас и Луизиана, США. (ru)
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