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Elizabeth Kickham's "Purism, Prescriptivism, and Privilege: Choctaw Language Ideologies and Their Impact on Teaching and Learning"

“Is Ford Madox Ford’s statement “Open the book to page ninety-nine and read, and the quality of the whole will be revealed to you,” accurate for the dissertation? 383 more words


Terrifying, Yet Beautiful

The above picture uses some metallic acrylics, so it might seem shiny in places, but that isn’t a bad thing (it might even add to the overall picture). 728 more words


Choctaw shuts down West Florida for district title

Senior pitcher Austin Hiatt hurled a complete-game shutout to lead the Choctaw Indians to a 7-0 win over the West Florida Jaguars in Thursday’s District 1-6A championship game. 488 more words


On this day - 18 March 1847 Choctaw donation to Irish Famine victims

Although there was a respite from potato blight in 1847 the year is still remembered in Irish famine history as ‘Black ‘47’. So few potatoes had been planted that the absence of blight made little difference to a starving, diseased and demoralized people. 592 more words

Happy St. Patrick's Day from the Choctaw Nation

Here is a wonderful story of how the impoverished Choctaw Nation took up an offering and sent $170 to Ireland during the Great Potato Famine of 1847.   13 more words


On St. Patrick's Day, Remembering the Choctaws Gift to the Irish

On St. Patrick’s Day, it seems a fitting time to remember an incredible gesture made by the oppressed Choctaw Indians during the Great Irish Potato Famine… 304 more words

Five Tigers hit double figures in playoff win

The Pensacola High Tigers (27-3) are back in the regional finals for the first time since 2014 after a 76-48 win over Choctaw in the Region 1-6A semifinals. 487 more words