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  • Choctaw Inn
    4202 S. Hwy. 69 & 75, Durant 580-931-8340
  • Holiday Inn Express
    2112 W. Main, Durant 580-924-8881
  • Markita Inn
    2401 W. Main, Durant 580-924-7676


  • Rex II
    Restored movie theater. Call 580-367-2000 for show times.
  • Indian Territory Museum and Library
    A free look into Caddo's rich heritage. Open Tues.-Sat. from 10am to 3pm
  • Craighead's
    This turn-of-the-century general store is a must see! Open: M-Th 'til 5:30 and F-Sat. 9:00-7:00.


  • Caddo Educational Foundation
    This group provides scholarships for community youth.
  • Caddo Civic and Cemetery Club
    This group maintains and improves the cemetery and provides community service as needed.
  • Town Restoration Association of Caddo
    The mission of TRAC is to provide visionary leadership, focus on historical preservation, and promote economic growth to enrich the quality of life in our community.
  • Caddo Community Association
    The CCA holds the annual Heritage Day Celebration and participates in other community projects.
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Juanita Hamilton

What a fun day Larry and I had at Heritage Day. Thank you to all the people that keep this going. We thought the parade was grand and was suprised by the number of participants. We especially enjoyed the children. Thats who keeps the community alive and going. As we casually strolled through the museum, stopping to pause here and there when something especially caught our attention, I was suddenly reduced to a sobbing six year old when I spotted a picture of my father. It was a photo that I had never seen. He was standing in his front yard waiting on a customer, who was Pickney Williams. Pickney was buying potatoes which were piled in a mound under a shade tree in the front yard. That was Daddy's custom. He piled then there and they were soon gone. I'm sure the only reason this picture is in the museum is because of who he was standing next to, but I think if anyone should be honored it should be my father. He didn't live in Bryan county but countless Bryan county residents sat down to countless meals grown especially for them by my father.
Thanks again to all those who had a part in this day. See you next year,
Larry and Juanita Hamilton

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