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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, We Are The World

Native American March, Washington DC

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

Cherokee Indian - Trail of tears.Georgia to Oklahoma where many died along the way. I am of Cherokee heritage and I live on land that I own in north Georgia once inhabited by a Cherokee village or hunting camp. I take great pride my Cherokee heritage. Native American Genocide, Native American History, American Indians, Choctaw Indian, Native Indian, Indian Tribes, Choctaw Nation, Cherokee Nation, Native American Indians

Lindneux Painting

The Trail of Tears is a name given to the forced relocation and movement of Native American nations from southeastern parts of the United States following the Indian Removal Act of 1830. The removal included many members of the Cherokee, Muscogee (Creek), Seminole, Chickasaw, and Choctaw nations, among others in the United States, from their homelands to Indian Territory (eastern sections of the present-day state of Oklahoma) Many suffered and 4,000 of the 15,000 Cherokee died.

"Kindred Spirits" sculpture in Cork, Ireland to honor Choctaw who helped Irish settlers during famine   16 years after the Choctaw and other "civilized" tribes had endured the Trail of Tears and been forcefully relocated to Oklahoma the great po Native American History, Native American Indians, Native Americans, Choctaw Indian, Choctaw Nation, Irish Famine, Trail Of Tears, Irish American, Interesting History

America Meredith

During the Irish potato famine of the 1840s, the Choctaws, who had just faced forced removal from their Mississippi homelands to Indian Territory, responded by sending money, corn, and blankets to the Irish people.

The tough, small Choctaw Indian Pony was an integral part of Choctaw tribal culture, spirituality, and heritage. Choctaw Tribal, Choctaw Indian, Choctaw Nation, Cherokee Nation, Native American History, Native American Indians, Native Americans, Majestic Horse, Beautiful Horses

The tough, small Choctaw Indian Pony was an integral part of Choctaw tribal culture, spirituality, and heritage.

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

The Removal of the Mississippi Choctaws

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

The Chickasaw Village and Fort Historic Site is located on the Natchez Trace Parkway in Tupelo, Mississippi. The site preserves and interprets the century Chickasaw Indian village and fortification that once stood here. Choctaw Indian, Indian Tribes, Choctaw Nation, Cherokee Nation, Native American Map, Trail Of Tears, Indian Pictures, Just In Case, Native Americans

Treaty with The Choctaw – April 28, 1866. "...Permanent peace and friendship are hereby established between the United States and said nations; and the Choctaws and Chickasaws do hereby bind themselves respectively to use their influence and to make every exertion to induce Indians of the plains to maintain peaceful relations with each other, with other Indians, and with the United States."

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, Plains Indians, Cherokee, American Code, American Flag, Choctaw Indian, Indian Tribes, Native Indian

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

Color painting of several Natives performing the Choctaw Sick Dance around a pole structure.