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Excitement Galore!

I am so excited to announce my second historical western, Riding The Storm! If everything goes as planned, I will have it out in August, 2014, which will be a miracle in itself since I’m self-publishing this book. 121 more words

Writing

CHOATE HOUSE 1867

    There are few places around that are as magical as the Choate House; a two room, one and a half story log cabin, with a dogtrot;  in Indianola, less than 18 miles North of McAlester. 862 more words

Oklahoma

300 new jobs coming to Oklahoma, Mega retailer opening new store in Choctaw

CHOCTAW, Okla. – A mega retailer is coming to the town of Choctaw!

A new Walmart is opening Wednesday, July 16, following a brief ribbon-cutting ceremony at 7:30 p.m. 207 more words

News

2655 Forest Oaks Dr, Choctaw, OK 73020

This architecturally beautiful home sits on 1 acre in Choctaw, OK. Back of property lined with wooded area for privacy and lots of room to roam! 127 more words

Oklahoma

Jack Amos, Choctaw, Newton County, Mississippi

Jack Amos was born about 1830, a Choctaw Indian, and applied for tribal membership with the Dawes Commission in 1901.  He filed a deposition which provides a great deal of information about his family. 145 more words

Choctaw

If Redskins change name, should Oklahoma change its name too?

A day after losing their trademark registration by the federal government, the Washington Redskin’s mascot controversy is hitting close to home.

Richard Whitman, a member of the Yuchi tribe, remembers being teased as a child – repeatedly being called a “redskin.” 321 more words

News

papundits reblogged this on PA Pundits - International and commented:

blackfoot red indian Maybe we should just ban the words "Red" and "Man" from our vocabulary. ---Al

Kowi Anukasha: Choctaw Forest Folk

Kowi Anukasha (also kówi anúkvsha, kwanokasha) are the little people Choctaw folklore. Their name literally means “forest dwellers.” They have powerful magic and can be very dangerous, although they are more often mischievous than malicious. 318 more words

Mythology