Hundreds of years before Europeans landed on American soil, the Choctaw Indian Nation (Chakchiuma, Chatot or Hacha hatek, meaning “river people”) lived primarily in the southeastern United States, which included the Mississippi Valley and parts of Alabama, Louisiana, ...

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