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a member of the Muskhogean people formerly living in northern Mississippi

the Muskhogean language of the Chickasaw

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Koehn and Harris are being held on a $100,000 cash-only bond, according to the Chickasaw County Sheriff's Office.
This project will allow the Chickasaw Nation to provide essential goods and services to those in need.
Duval discusses in detail the full blood Chickasaw chief Payamataha and later Chickasaw War Chief Piomingo whose name in English means Mountain Leader or Mountain King.
Target: Bill's Car Washes in Casselberry, East Orlando, Sanford and Chickasaw, Florida
The process of negotiating new treaties was fraught with difficulties as the Choctaw and Chickasaw nations' understandings of citizenship conflicted with the desires of the federal government.
C Is For Chickasaw" is an educational, bilingual alphabet book of Chickasaw objects and significant symbols illuminated with stunning, bold color illustrations in the Southeastern Native American Art style.
Trail Sisters contributes, albeit rather weakly, given the more detailed and analytical histories provided by others, to the history of relations between people of African descent and the members of one of the "five civilized tribes"--Cherokee, Choctaw, Creek, Chickasaw, and Seminole--who enslaved them.
Despite these statements, critics have continually tried--and failed--to tie the Native Americans of Faulkner's fictional Yoknapatawpha County to the actual Choctaw and Chickasaw tribes who inhabited Faulkner's native Mississippi before their expulsion in the 1830s.
Summary: Bill Anoatubby, governor of the Chickasaw Nation, has named Debra Gee general counsel and executive officer for the Chickasaw Nation Division of Justice.
Riding Out The Storm: 19th Century Chickasaw Governors, Their Lives and Intellectual Legacy is the not only the story of three Native American leaders, but also of the people they led, governed, and inspired.
Following the ceremony, the bride's parents hosted a reception at Chickasaw Country Club, which was decorated as a garden with boxwoods and flowering vines in the soft color palette of blush, white, and ivory flowers and blooming branches of cherry blossoms.
Henderson, a director of the U of S Native Law Centre, is a member of the Chickasaw Nation and was one of the first Aboriginal people to earn a degree from the Harvard Law School.
Before I started my summer internship with the Chickasaw Nation Division of Arts and Humanities, I knew very little about Mary "Te Ata" Fisher.