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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


Choctaw Moondate: Onáfa, Kowi̱chosh

The new Choctaw month Kowi̱chosh hashi started today at 12:54am.

Kowi̱chosh Hashninnak A̱ya Himóna, the Kowi̱chosh new moon is the 4th moon of the Choctaw long season…

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Hashninnak A̱ya

The third quarter of the Kowi Chito moon ended on December 20 at 7:57pm in the homeland. It looks like it’s going to be warm at the end of this moon with daytime temperatures already sitting in the 70s at the end of this quarter. 7 more words

Hashninnak A̱ya

The Battle of Chustenahlah

December 26, 1861 – Confederate Texans and Native Americans defeated Unionists a second time this month in the Indian Territory.

Since the skirmish at Round Mountain in November, Unionist Creeks led by Chief Opothleyahola had withdrawn northeast into the Cherokee Nation to Chusto-Talasah (Bird Creek or Caving Banks), near Tulsey Town (present-day Tulsa, Oklahoma). 682 more words


Talking to the Indians Again

Aunt Polly tells me that on Saturdays, the beautiful Choctaw women with long, shiny black hair would walk to town to shop and socialize. 61 more words

Choctaw Moondate: Onáfa, Kowi Chito

Today at 6:18am is the new moon Kowi Chito. During Kowi Chito, Earth will reach it’s solstice and the modern winter season will begin at 4:44am on December 21st.  186 more words

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Halito My Friends

“Halito means hello in Choctaw, but I didn’t find that out for a long, long time.” from Halito Gianna: The Journey Continues.

In my journey as a family genealogist, I have found out many astonishing things about my ancestors.   324 more words