By Nova A. Lemons. Hardbound (repr.), 400 pp.
A must for anyone with connections to the Chickasaw Nation! Covering the history of Chickasaw Nation and its early days prior to statehood, the book focuses on the nation as it struggles to survive in its new homeland, Oklahoma. Not only Indians, the whites, blacks and other minorities are also featured. This fine library-bound book is filled with approximately 400 pages with sections on history of the nation, research aids, listings of available pre-statehood records, maps, pioneer stories, family histories, an extensive collection of old photos and a surname index. Note: Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory covered present day counties of Bryan, Carter, Garvin, Grady, Jefferson, Johnston, Love, Marshall, McClain, Murray, Pontotoc, and Stephens. It also includes a small portion of western Coal County. Limited copies.
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