Choctaw


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Synonyms for Choctaw

a member of the Muskhogean people formerly living in Alabama

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the Muskhogean language of the Choctaw

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Choctaw Angela Hall, for example, told me that when she had been recruited "to help our people" by helping repeal the Choctaw termination law, the Choctaw anti-termination movement had already been born.
Mr Varadkar made the visit to thank the Choctaw community for their donation to Irish Famine victims in the 1840s.
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.
The French and their Choctaw allies came to rely on one another for some necessities of life, and it is those relationships that we hope to learn more about from the archaeological record.
It will provide incremental firm capacity from receipt points located at Transco's Station 85 in Choctaw County, AL to an interconnection between Transco and the Sabal Trail Pipeline in Tallapoosa County, AL.
Campbell has 34 years of experience in the community newspaper business, working first for The Choctaw Advocate (Alabama) and later for The Avery Journal (North Carolina) before finding his own paper, The Choctaw Sun (Alabama).
He closes with the story of the Choctaw donation to the famine-stricken people of Ireland, while the Choctaws were being driven from their lands in Mississippi.
When Paxton and biologist Katie Woodside submitted fin clippings from some of the fish they sampled to FWC geneticist Mike Tringali, Tringali found that they were from a heretofore unknown species of black bass, tentatively named the Choctaw bass (Micropterus haiaka).
Scientists have proposed naming the new species the Choctaw bass and recommended the scientific name of Micropterus haiaka.
com)-- Planet Technologies, the leading Microsoft consulting and services company, announced today the launch of Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma's Windows 8 application.
Oklahoma Choctaw writer LeAnne Howe has situated sections of works and entire works on the Gulf Coast, in Mississippi and Louisiana, the original and contemporary homelands of the Choctaw.
The Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma asked Flintco to build a Las Vegas style facility to replace their current facility in Grant, Oklahoma that they had outgrown.
The Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma has partnered with Flintco Constructive Solutions and WorthGroup Architects to complete the Choctaw Casino Resort Durant expansion project, which is scheduled to open in February 2010.
It's not likely according to this Choctaw variant of Aesop's famous story.
Against the backdrop of internal colonialism, this paper will examine the educational and social lives of Allen Wright and his children to better understand how this Choctaw family successfully navigated the pressures of dual cultures by: 1) providing the socio-political context of the indigenous culture prior to Allen's birth; 2) chronicling and examining the social and educational experiences of young Allen Wright as he grew to adulthood and became an important leader in the Choctaw culture and in Oklahoma's march toward statehood; and 3) analyzing the lives of his children as leaders who continued his fight for the survival of Choctaw society during the growth and development of Oklahoma as the 46th state in the Union.