Choctaw Nation

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The original territory of the Five 'Civilized' Tribes* that were forced to move to 'Indian Territory' (now known as Oklahoma). *Cherokee, Creek, Choctaw, Chickasaw and Seminole. Native American Cherokee, Cherokee Nation, Native American Tribes, Native American History, Choctaw Nation, Cherokee Symbols, Cherokee Indians, Navajo Nation, Indian Tribes

Maps and History of Oklahoma County 1830-1900.1

Part 1: 1830 — Noonish on April 22, 1889 Oklahoma County forms a rectangle 30 miles wide by 24 miles high, almost exactly 720 square mile...

Choctaw Pinned by indus® in honor of the indigenous people of North America who… Native American Beauty, Native American History, Native American Indians, Choctaw Indian, Native Indian, Indian Art, Sioux, Cherokees, Indian Heritage

Native American March, Washington DC

Explore since1968's photos on Flickr. since1968 has uploaded 582 photos to Flickr.

Peter Conser: Tragedy and Triumph—a Tale of the Indian Territories

Mychoctawfamily.com

Beadwork by Roger Amerman (Choctaw). Photo courtesy of the artist…

The Removal of the Mississippi Choctaws - by John William Wade, From Publications The Mississippi Historical Society, Vol. Native American Quotes, Native American Tribes, Cherokee Tribe, Cherokee Indians, Choctaw Indian, Choctaw Nation, Trail Of Tears, Painted Pony, Mississippi

The Removal of the Mississippi Choctaws

Mississippi Genealogical and Historical Research site - Removal of the Choctaw Indians from the state of Mississippi

Native American Indian Pictures: Native American Pictures of the Choctaw Indian Tribe Native American Pictures, Indian Pictures, Native American Tribes, Native American History, Cherokee History, African History, Choctaw Indian, Indian Tribes, Native Indian

Peter Pitchlynn was the Choctaw Principal Chief from 1864-1866, and a Choctaw Delegate to Washington, DC for nearly two decades following. He is buried in the Congressional Cemetery in Washington, D.C. Painting, 1834, Smithsonian American Art Museum

In WWI, 19 Choctaw men became the first Native American code talkers in the U. Their language, spoken by few and without written form was basically unbreakable. And thus it became essential to U. Native American History, Native American Indians, Cherokee, American Code, American Flag, Choctaw Indian, Indian Tribes, Native Indian, Choctaw Nation

WWI. 14 Choctaw men became the first Native American Codetalkers. Within 24 hours after the US Army starting using the Choctaw speakers, they turned the tide of battle by controlling their communications.

Color painting of several Natives performing the Choctaw Sick Dance around a pole structure. Choctaw Indian, Native Indian, Native Art, Native American Artists, Native American Indians, Native Americans, Choctaw Nation, Native American Spirituality, Modern Indian Art

''Choctaw Sick Dance'', Terry Saul (Chief Terry Saul; Tobaksi, Ember of Fire or the Coal), Choctaw, Watercolor - Healing and Art - Art Gallery