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Native American Place Names in Mississippi

By Keith A. Baca
Categories: Mississippi

Biloxi. Tunica. Pascagoula. Yazoo. Tishomingo. Yalobusha. Tallahatchie. Itta Bena. Yockanookany. Bogue Chitto. These and hundreds of other place names of Native American origin are scattered across the ...

La Salle and His Legacy

Edited by Patricia K. Galloway
Categories: History

To most people it probably seems that La Salle and his men, permanently fixed in the pantheon of explorers of the North American continent, need little further introduction. The fact is that this whole ...

Nairne's Muskhogean Journals

Nairne's Muskhogean Journals: The 1708 Expedition to the Mississippi River, printed from a previously unpublished manuscript in the British Library, is the earliest known account in English of Muskhogean ...

Mississippi Archaeology Q & A

By Evan Peacock
Categories: Mississippi

How old is this arrowhead? Is there really gold in that Indian mound? What tribe left all these artifacts behind? Can the government take my artifact collection away?

For more than twenty years, Evan Peacock, ...

Choctaw Tales

Edited by Tom Mould
Foreword by Chief Phillip Martin
Categories: Race And Ethnicity

Including stories from the 1700s to today, Choctaw Tales showcases the mythic, the legendary and supernatural, the prophecies and histories, the animal fables and jokes that make up the rich and lively ...

The Choctaw before Removal

With essays by William Brescia Jr., Robert B. Ferguson, Patricia K. Galloway, John D. W. Guice, Grayson Noley, Carolyn Keller Reeves, Margaret Zehmer Searcy, and Samuel J. Wells

This book focuses upon ...

After Removal

This informative study helps to complete the saga of the Choctaw by documenting the life and culture of those who escaped removal. It is an account that until now has been left largely untold.

The Choctaw ...

Africans and Seminoles

Because Seminoles held slaves in a confusing system that was markedly dissimilar to white society's, the federal government was challenged to identify which blacks in Florida were free and which were ...

Conversations with N. Scott Momaday

Edited by Matthias Schubnell
Categories: Race And Ethnicity

When his first novel House Made of Dawn was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for fiction in 1969, N. Scott Momaday was virtually unknown. Today he is the most acclaimed Native American writer, working at the ...

Native American Writing in the Southeast

Featured in this anthology of Native American literature are works by twenty-eight writers from five tribes or nations including Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Muscogee (Creek), and Yuchi. Ranging widely ...