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Trail of Tears

Exploring the area near Hiwasee Ocoee State Park I came upon this sign. I stopped and googled it not remembering exactly what The Trail of Tears was – history was never my strong suit. 125 more words

Travel

"True Grit" by Charles Portis ★★★★

Interesting fictional narrative account of 14-year-old Mattie Ross, who leaves her Arkansas home and heads toward Oklahoma and the Choctaw Indian Territory during an 1870s winter, searching for the “cowardly” Tom Chaney, the man who robbed and killed her father in cold blood.   440 more words

Fiction

Art Notes: Remaining spring art exhibitions

The Department of Art and Design has three remaining exhibitions this semester at the Phebe Conley Gallery.

Jamie Boley’s master of arts graduate exhibition, “Standing in the Gap of Here and In-Between,” large-scale oil-on-panels will be on display March 30 through April 7. 155 more words

Art And Design

The Choctaw Identity and Language

The Evolution of the Choctaw Language and Culture

            The United States is home to over 500 (federally recognized) Native American tribes, each had, or has, their own unique cultural norms, as well as their own language. 4,399 more words

RootsWeb's WCProject: "Cooper, Yates, Choctaw, Cherokee and Sephardic in Ga.-Tenn.-Ala." (from DNAconsultants.com)

Cooper, Yates, Choctaw, Cherokee and Sephardic in Ga.-Tenn.-Ala. (from DNAconsultants.com)

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Yates and Cooper Cherokee, Choctaw & Sephardic… 44 more words

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