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Chickasaw Nation Residents, Chickasaws At‑Large
Located on the Capitol grounds in Tishomingo, Oklahoma, the Chickasaw Council House Museum holds one of the largest collections of Chickasaw art, artifacts and archive materials. ...
Categories: Culture, Museum
Chickasaw Nation Residents, Chickasaws At‑Large
The Chickasaw Nation Dance Troupe was formed in 1992 to educate, preserve and restore Chickasaw dance traditions. ...
Categories: Culture
Chickasaw Nation Residents, Chickasaws At‑Large
The Chickasaw Explorers Program focuses on educating and training young Chickasaw leaders to identify and record ancient artifacts, ...
Categories: Culture, Education & Training
Chickasaw Nation Residents, Chickasaws At‑Large
The Chickasaw Historical Society was established by tribal law on April 15, 1994. ...
Categories: Culture
Chickasaw Nation Residents
The Chickasaw language is viewed as a gift from the ancestors for all Chickasaw people. Chickasaws believe that the language was given to them by Chihoowa or Abaꞌ Binniꞌliꞌ (God), and that it is an obligation to care for it: to learn it, speak it and teach it to children. ...
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Chickasaw Nation Residents
Living History Players – The Chickasaw Living History Players theatre group was created in 1998. ...
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Chickasaw Nation Residents
Living History Play/Stories/Vignettes – New original plays, stories and vignettes based on Chickasaw history, court cases and family stories which are for audiences of all ages are being sought.  They can be short, two to 20 pages or long, 20 plus pages. ...
Categories: Culture
Chickasaw Nation Residents
Anoli' is a Chickasaw word that means “story.” All submitted works must be original. ...
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Chickasaw Nation Residents, Chickasaws At‑Large
Genealogy is the science of studying family history and lineage....
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Chickasaw Nation Residents, Chickasaws At‑Large
Construction began April 1898 on the Chickasaw National Capitol. A stately structure overlooking the town of Tishomingo, it was built of red granite from the Pennington Creek quarry of Gov. R. M. Harris. ...
Categories: Culture, Museum